doze


"A doze is someone who is quite forgetful, says odd things, or looks very confused", says the urban dictionary.

Others say, that doze is about unexpected, unusual, juvenile deepness paired with this feeling for the one moment, diggin' out suitable records for the eclectic crowds, always looking from the bright side of life to the dark side of the tune, making sure to keep their witnesses fitness by devoting their DJ-sets to the joy and fun of dancing. But mostly it´s about playing music. Just don't expect anything!

"The stone rooms of Elevate go on to amplify several of the bassier sets at the festival, including the beguiling set from fantastic Graz duo doze. These two wield bass like a blunt instrument, blowing the heads off the surviving punters early on Saturday, before blending abstract drones into beatier snatches of techno and surreal moments of pure collage, taking in samples from every inch of the globe. It's psychedelic, like Demdike Stare's uncategorizable clatter, and dissolves the barrier between DJ and live set. At one point the PA throbs so menacingly with bass, I'm forced to break a long-term personal tradition and whack some earplugs in."
(Tristan Bath / The Quietus)

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doze



"A doze is someone who is quite forgetful, says odd things, or looks very confused", says the urban dictionary.

Others say, that doze is about unexpected, unusual, juvenile deepness paired with this feeling for the one moment, diggin' out suitable records for the eclectic crowds, always looking from the bright side of life to the dark side of the tune, making sure to keep their witnesses fitness by devoting their DJ-sets to the joy and fun of dancing. But mostly it´s about playing music. Just don't expect anything!

"The stone rooms of Elevate go on to amplify several of the bassier sets at the festival, including the beguiling set from fantastic Graz duo doze. These two wield bass like a blunt instrument, blowing the heads off the surviving punters early on Saturday, before blending abstract drones into beatier snatches of techno and surreal moments of pure collage, taking in samples from every inch of the globe. It's psychedelic, like Demdike Stare's uncategorizable clatter, and dissolves the barrier between DJ and live set. At one point the PA throbs so menacingly with bass, I'm forced to break a long-term personal tradition and whack some earplugs in."
(Tristan Bath / The Quietus)

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