Hailing from Copenhagen, this Scandi-house honcho incorporates pop, Italodisco, techno and good old-fashioned songwriting into his glittering productions.
Kasper Bjørke plays Output Saturday, November 9.
Springing from Newark’s Brick Bandits crew and a major player in the Jersey club scene, Sliink’s just as comfortable with lovey-dovey R&B as bombastic, festival-sized trap.
DJ Sliink plays Glassland Gallery Friday, November 8.
The Detroit electronic-music scene revels in dystopian futurism—but Erika adds a bit of warmth to her hometown’s proceedings. Long serving as one half of Ectomorph (with BMG, who’s also playing the festival), the analog-synthesis whiz recently released a sterling collection of emotive electro and techno, Hexagon Cloud.
Erika plays 285 Kent Ave Friday, November 8.
Wolverhampton, U.K. isn’t exactly competing with Berlin or London for the title of Dance Music World Capital. But don’t tell it to Andy Harber and Richard Roberts—the West Midlands duo crafts crystalline R&B gems that will win over anybody with half a heart.
Letherette plays Villain Friday, November 8.