Loud Neighbor just delivered an original super beautiful well crafted live video!
What seems to be a straight forward video of an underground techno/house live set takes a surreal turn. Coming straight out of Brooklyn, Loud Neighbor live, from their home to your home.

Loud Neighbor is a gear based, techno live act formed by Christina Steel and Martín García Blaya. This husband and wife duo has been sequencing machines together throughout the Americas and Europe for over 6 years. 

The project made its first appearances in illegal warehouse parties in Buenos Aires, Argentina, then crossed the Atlantic back to Madrid, Spain, where they originally met on the dance floor.  While in the Iberian Peninsula, Loud Neighbor matured into what it is today.  After releasing a handful of singles and remixes in Europe under the wing of Xpansul and Truetype Tracks, Loud Neighbor spread it’s wings and flew to the new world. They focused their energy in the studio to create their debut album, Escape Control, which came out in 2014 as a 6 part vinyl series on their own label, w0rkt34m.

Today Loud Neighbor lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. The underground scene is alive and well there, hence making a perfect match for the noisy couple. Fueled by the concrete jungle, they bounce around from the neighborhood to the world, bringing raw, yet elegant live techno sounds everywhere they go.

Come check them out in action at Winter Music Conference this year. They will be making their Miami debut, times 2. Kicking it off on Monday March 23rd along side Click Box, Mr C, Alejandro Sab and many more at the Young Indigos party at The Social Lubricant. And then later that week, early Thursday morning, also known as late late late Wednesday night, they reappear, after hours style, with Alexi Delano, Butane and mucho más at Click: Retune & Friends After-hours  which will take place at The Bank.

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