What do you get when mix the beats of a popular international DJ with a special performance by Phoenix and a feverish Jungle crowd? Another perfect Saturday night for dancing queens.
Bred in Israeli clubs, honed in Europe and now pumping regular beats across the country from homebase Miami, Nizri (top photo) didn’t disappoint. In the DJ’s first Atlanta set in 2012 since rocking Jungle into the New Year, his signature blend of soulful, deep and funky house with a splash of high-energy vocal tracks proved just the weekend ticket for a diverse crowd of twinks and hunks on the dance floor.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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