Sound 060 – Masters At Work

Here at Underground, it’s not always about techno. Sometimes it’s about house. Do you remember house? We remember house, and if there was ever a DJ duo to epitomize what house music is it would be Masters At Work. The DJ duo consists of “Little Louie” Vega and Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez who are both iconic DJs all on their own but combined as Masters At Work they are legends and pioneers in the house music industry. Both Little Louie Vega and Dope Gonzalez are native New Yorkers who witnessed the magic of Larry Levan and attended Paradise Garage. Vega quickly made a name for himself as an up and coming DJ playing house and freestyle at venues like Roseland and Studio 54. Today, he is a 4-time Grammy nominated artist. Little Louie Vega is a Grammy-award winner for his 2006 edit of Curtis Mayfield’s “Superfly” and he is now nominated for a 2018 Grammy award for his work on Loleatta Holloway’s “Can’t Let You Go.” Both are musical geniuses with an amazing capability to fuse their signature house with hip-hop, funk, disco, Latin, African, and jazz and have remixed some of the top artists in the industry across their expansive careers.

Masters At Work continue to perform live all across the globe. They have already been announced as headliners for one of the best house music festivals in the world, Defected Croatia 2018. The duo performed at Dekmantel Festival this year where they played an eclectic mix of house, tech house, and tribal house with featured tracks by Dennis Ferrer, Caroline Crawford, Harry Romero, Eli Escobar and many more. Take a listen to their set recorded live at Dekmantel Festival in Amsterdam below!!!

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