Here's further evidence that the electronic music scene in Atlanta is surging. Nic Fanciulli, who's held residencies at Space, the renowned Miami night club, and at Ibiza, the electronic music Mecca, will hold the decks at the Mark Ultra Lounge tonight, promoting his latest release with the famed UK label, Global Underground.
The release, simply titled Global Underground: Nic Fanciulli, is the first in what seems to be a new series of DJ-focused discs put out by GU. Those of you familiar with the GU imprint would know that's hardly new broken ground. Their original GU series, currently at 36 releases from the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, John Digweed, Adam Freeland, Nick Warren, Felix da Housecat, et al, has defined the label as top choice for yearly electronic goodness.
This new release doesn't necessarily present a new direction in sound, but rather adds the newcomer to the extensive GU catalog. Fanciulli's particular blend of electronic music tends to be on the tech-prog house range, which is essentially what you'll find on the two-disc release, and what he'll be spinning tonight.
Tickets are $15 on pre-sale, available through Wantickets.com.
After the jump, listen to Fanciulli's remix of Mark Broom's "Jackpot Inc".
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