by Thomas Bedward September 23, 2021
Two vibrant artists who are reshaping New York’s modern DJ scene, Castor & Pollux are bringing their stunning live sound to the Mercury Lounge this November in their very first headline performance.
After first being inspired by acts like Hardwell, Swedish House Mafia, and W&W, the talented duo is now embarking on a musical journey together, creating progressive tracks and big room anthems that are sure to impress. The twin brothers of Joe and Pete Romano have already made a big name for themselves by signing to some prominent labels such as Ensis Records, Seal Network, and Harmor Records, but now they’re looking to push things even further, capitalising on their recent triumphs like support slots with Nicky Romero and KEVU, and groundbreaking shows at some of NYC's most well-known venues including LAVO NYC alongside Modern Machines, The Bowery Electric, Writing On The Wall, The Delancey, and Top Of The Box Hotel.
Set to take to the stage on November 5th as part of the Mercury Lounge’s ‘late late shows’, Castor & Pollux are ready to bring their fans more high energy music that will take the EDM scene by storm. With tickets available now via Ticketmaster for just $10, this is a show you won’t want to miss.
Speaking about the upcoming show, the brothers took to social media to say, “This has been in the works for a few months now and we're so excited to finally announce it! We're coming back to where it all began at @mercuryloungeny on Friday, November 5th for our first ever headlining show!!”
The show comes after a whirlwind year for the brothers, which saw them releasing some of their biggest hits to date, including standalone anthems like ‘Fear’, and some massive collaborations like ‘Eclipse’ and ‘Electro Beam’, which they produced with the brilliant Mike Miami, P3RP, and Azetune.
The brothers won’t be performing alone either, as they’ll be playing alongside two of the scene’s most impressive rising talents, DJ GUY and SunrYse. With all tickets available now and selling fast, you’ll want to make sure you act fast. For more details and to get your tickets, head over the official gig page on the Mercury Lounge’s website or check out the official Facebook event page.
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