HORIZON with Armen Miran and Davi

Tuesday Horizon welcomes experimental electronic and acoustic sounds, tomorrow's playa heroes dancing us outside the box.

Revered for his ability to whisk up dance-floor frenzies with a unique concoction of ambient deep house and Armenian folktronica, Armen Miran draws upon a number of worldly influences to inform his own sound. Despite making his name on Armenia’s underground scene, Armen Miran now lives and produces in L.A.

Despite being brought up on a diet of Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin, Davi was awarded a place at the prestigious Komitas State Conservatory's music department in Yerevan, Armenia, indicating a precocious talent and hinting at what he was to become. Picking up influences from wherever he travels—from London and Amsterdam to Israel, Canada, and all over the U.S.—Davi made his way into the world of electronic dance music with his debut Crosstown Rebels EP in 2013 called “Two Suns in the Sky”.

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An omnipresent hero of the local scene, Valeron combines traditional Greek instruments with electronic beats. Recently, he has been exporting his skills internationally through bookings in South Africa, Germany, and Switzerland.