The US-based techno DJ and producer, known for his pulsing and hypnotic techno, has announced his new live hybrid setup.
Developing his sound from dramatic minimal elements with curious and intriguing basslines, Juheun’s mind-warping and modern take on techno has made him a force to reckon with. Hailing from the stark and unyielding deserts of the southwestern United States, Juheun has become a master of his machines, both digital and analog, exploring the darkest corners of techno music.
Coming to his DJing side of things, Juheun brings his performances to life by creating a dynamic and engaging experience, leaving the crowd enticed by his distinct sound, magnetic performance and darkly energetic productions. Taking a step further in his explorations with live performances, the USA-based producer has announced a live hybrid setup through his upcoming Multiplanetary Tour to take his performance setup to the next level in 2023.
Juheun’s inaugural live station expands on his current setup with the addition of the Grace Design m900 DAC, Ableton Live, Novation Launch Pad Mini, Native Instruments Maschine Mikro and Faderfox MX12.
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In addition to debuting his new live hybrid setup, the Arizona-based talent will unveil a pervasive collection of unreleased records, giving crowds across North & South America and Asia a chance to experience these fresh creations in their intended setting.
Juheun’s Live Multiplanetary Tour will stop through Panama, Las Vegas, San Diego, Albuquerque, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Tokyo, with further destinations, details and dates still to be announced. An essential component to the techno circuit, the arrival of his live hybrid series is a much-welcomed initiative for his dedicated following and will no doubt ensure his elevation to even greater heights.
Traveling through North America, Latin America, Asia and beyond, Juheun will present a live hybrid setup through his upcoming Multiplanetary Tour, whilst showcasing a whole host of unreleased music alongside the cardinal cuts of his discography.