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PLAYDIFFERENTLY ADDS NICOLE MOUDABER, PACO OSUNA AND MATADOR TO MODEL1 AMBASSADOR TEAM

The Warehouse Project announced as first technology partner, too...

PLAYDifferently adds Nicole Moudaber, Paco Osuna and Matador to ambassador team
PLAYDifferently adds Nicole Moudaber, Paco Osuna and Matador to ambassador team

RIchie Hawtin and Andy Rigby-Jones have today announced two new DJ ambassadors and one live act for its PlayDifferently MODEL1 mixer.

Nicole Moudaber, Paco Osuna and Matador join Chris Liebing, Dubfire, Loco Dice and Richie Hawtin as they tour the globe with the new MODEL1 mixer, bringing a new level of sound and performance capabilities to clubs and music spaces around the world.

The MODEL1 mixer has gone down a storm since it was unveiled NAMM, with glowing reports from the leading lights of the underground who have all given the mixer a big thumbs up.

Following positive feedback from artists including Carl Cox, Maceo Plex, Dixon, Cassy, Eats Everything, Francois K, Joris Voorn, the first MODEL1 production run of 300 has now completely sold out with orders now being taken for a second run.

“It was instant love when I played the MODEL1 in Palm Springs,” explains Nicole Moudaber on her first experience with the mixer. “The sound experience and attention to detail implemented is second to none. This 6 channel mixer is a game changer for the DJs who seek to enhance their sets as well as playing back to back.”

PLAYdifferently has today also announced a new partnership with The Warehouse Project, becoming the first ever production partner of one the UK’s most forward-thinking parties.

“The reaction to our PLAYdifferently MODEL1 mixer has been overwhelmingly positive and shows us that sound quality and playability resonates will artists around the world,” said Richie Hawtin, who will be playing at The Warehosue Project on Friday 16th December, alongside acts including Ben Klock, Ben UFO, Andrew Weatherall, Daniel Avery and Shanti Celeste.

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