Producer, composer & festival founder Agoria is undoubtedly an explorer. He¹s also a true artiste who soaks up culture, the arts and his surroundings in an almost osmotic process, letting it trickle through into the music he creates.
And with a connection to his environment as natural and involuntary as his, matched by a passionate dedication to his craft, the announcement that he is to tour Brazil was a truly exciting and welcome one. The electric culture Brazil is famed for is sure to harvest some characteristically inspiring sounds from this Lyon-born DJ luminary.
Starting with an amazing show in Porto Alegre last night, Agoria will play six dates over nine days across Brazil in thriving cities such as Belo Horizonte and Salvador. Tonight, Monday 16th June, sees an extra special event as he headlines Boiler Room in a secret location in Sao Paolo. Since his last successful Boiler Room appearance almost two years ago, he has risen to prominence thanks to such accreditations as the track ‘Scala’ from his EP on Innervisions last year becoming one of the key tracks of last summer.
The tour will finish with a flourish in Rio de Janeiro at the famed Lagoon venue on the 24th June.
You’ll never see the same Agoria set twice, and each show promises to be intense, intimate and spectacular. He leads each listener on a journey through the most cerebral electronic music, confirming his place at the top of a rare and amazing breed of DJs, producers and composers. The sort of set where you can close your eyes, forget your name, forget the world and just immerse yourself in the moment.
Agoria Brazil World Cup Tour
15.06 Porto Alegre – Opiniao Bar
16.06 Sao Paulo – Boiler Room
18.06 Ribeirao Preto – Sesc Robeirao Preto
20.06 Salvador – Commons Studio Bar
21.06 Belo Horizonte – De Puta Madre Club
24.06 Rio De Janeiro – Lagoon
- Jay Z remixes X Ambassadors and Jaime N Commons Beats By Dr. Dre World Cup AD 'Jungle'
- Amenize Announce New Album, "Black Sky"!
- Mia Doi Todd records new album in Brazil with Brazilian Musicians
- Battlecross to join Machine Head, Children Of Bodom and Epica on Fall tour
- Brazilian metalcore band Awaking The Crowd release new music video 'Don't Waste My Time'
- La Dispute announces US dates with Envy, Pity Sex and Brazilian Tour