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The rising NY-native who now resides in Berlin will serve up a generous portion of deep house jams.

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The last day of the first month of 2014 sees two LA clubs and friends come together for their first parties of the new year.

A DJ, Producer, label owner and all round pioneer for over a decade, Levon has been kicking it at the forefront of the house & techno scene for as long as we can remember. Born in the US, but a resident in Berlin, Levon's sound didn't take long to prick up the ears of the likes of Craig Richards and Berghain resident, Marcel Dettmann. With releases on the likes of Ostgut Ton, DJ Jus-Ed's "Underground Quality" label and his own Deconstruct Music Imprint, which he started with good friend Anthony Parasole, he was credited with bringing the likes of Nina Kraviz to a more global audience.

Since then, he has successfully launched his own "Novel Sound" label to great acclaim and in 2012 was asked to compile mix number 63 of the esteemed Fabric compilations. The last 12 months have seen him on resident duties for the likes of Kehakuma @ Space, Ibiza as well as regular trips across the globe to the likes of Fabric, Berghain/Panorama Bar, Rex Club, Warehouse Project and recent tours of Asia and South America.

With a schedule this packed, It's clear Levon is one the most in demand DJs on the planet and we are delighted to welcome to LA for his first gig here in almost 3 years!

$20 door / $15 advance tickets available from Resident Advisor and in person from Mount Analog (323.474.6649)

Please RSVP to http://www.eepurl.com/LZUfj for location on the night!

- Resident Advisor

Levon Vincent, plus MODERNLUV, Jimmy Maheras, Andrew S.

Friday, January 31 10pm

TBA (New York, NY) Map it $15

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