Lars Moston will be at the Rockwater Grill and Bar in Golden on June 12.

German DJ to play in Golden

Coming in all the way from Berlin, one of Germany’s hottest DJs is performing at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on June 12.

Coming in all the way from Berlin, one of Germany’s hottest DJs is performing at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on June 12 for his Canadian tour.

Lars Moston, respected in his own right, but also part of the duo Moston and Malente, has his tracks and remixes on some of the hottest labels in dance music today, including Top Billin, No Brainer, and Coco Machete.

2011 was a big year for the DJ/producer, with three original releases to his name, all of them reaching the German Club chart top 10, and gaining attention and respect from influential names across the globe.

Most recently it was Lars Moston’s “Too Much Party Time EP” doing the business, released on Malente’s label No Brainer Records and coming with a crazy video. He got heaps of praise for the three original tracks on the EP, with DJ support coming from the likes of A-Trak and Congorock.

When DJing, Lars Moston mixes up a unique blend of cutting edge house, ranging from deeper grooves to outright bangers, time and place permitting. Always combining a bit of tongue in cheek humour with dance floor functionality, Moston has raised roofs from San Francisco to Siberia with his own brand of positive party sound.

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