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Dutch duo NO_ID to join Swedish House Mafia's SA tour

22 Jan 2013 10:36
It has been confirmed that special guest Dutch DJ duo, NO_ID, will be joining all of the shows in the Swedish House Mafia OneLastTour in SA.
"We do what we like, don't assume anything, for identity calls for assumptions," said NO_ID, who are firm believers in the element of surprise. NO_ID's Ralph van Vugt and Devi van der Horst let the music speak for itself as they play and create new and fresh progressive house sounds, which are rarely found on international dance floors nowadays.

2012 started off with a huge bang for the duo after releasing an impressive selection of tracks, starting off with Nothing Left To Lose, leading into two massive releases: the "Sex Sells" EP and How R U Feeling (Michael Woods edit), which created an insane buzz worldwide. Following these successful releases came a personal invite from Swedish House Mafia's Axwell to join forces with his Axtone Management team. NO_ID jumped into full swing with a remix for Axtone on Henrik B's Leave A Light On, featuring Rudy and Thomas Gold's much hyped Sing2Me. With no signs of slowing down since then, NO_ID will next appear in South Africa on the OneLastTour bill.

OneLastTour tickets are available at Computicket for shows on 25 January in Joburg and 27 January in Cape Town.
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