From Brooklyn to BPM: The Design Behind All Day I Dream
Music writer Megan Venzin catches up with Hoj, acid house DJ and the mind behind All Day I Dream, ahead of the showcase at The BPM Festival in Mexico next month.This article originally appeared on Free Williamsburg
In less than two weeks, the 10th Anniversary of The BPM Festival will descend on the lively city of Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. *Sips excitedly from salt-rimmed margarita glass.* The annual event welcomes more than 375 of house and techno’s biggest names, and a collection of 60,000 music lovers who come from near and far to celebrate the scene’s best and brightest.
So what does this south of the border shindig have in common with our fair borough? Aside from fast tacos on every corner, many of the featured artists have close ties to Brooklyn, and one highly anticipated Martina Beach party in particular had its humble beginnings here. Once again, Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream of BPM tops the list of #BPM2017’s “must see showcases”. The acid house DJ who has been credited with launching Hong Kong’s underground club scene in the 1990s has become a household name among neighborhood scenesters thanks to his experimental beats and sun drenched day parties.
We had the chance to chat with Hoj, the creative mastermind behind All Day I Dream‘s airy aesthetic...