DAY.MVS In The Park, Cut Snake and more top concerts this week

There are a lot of EDM and DJ shows hitting San Diego this week, including Zimmer and Slushii.

11.27: Cut Snake

The one-time Australian DJ/production duo of Paul Fisher and Leigh Sedley — now featuring just Sedley — was last here in March. But as a somewhat newly found solo act, “Sedz,” isn’t slowing down. His latest release, the two-song single Set Me Free, was released in September.

Spin, midtown,

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Cut Snake
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11.27: Slushii

Twenty-two-year-old New Jersey-raised, L.A.-based DJ/producer Julian Scanlan (aka Slushii) was just here in May for a stop at the House of Blues. Scanlan heads back to the club circuit to promote the release of his highly anticipated third full-length album, Dream II, expected to arrive this month.

OMNIA, downtown,

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11.29: Zimmer

Parisian DJ Baptiste Zimmer, who scored a hit when he remixed MØ in 2014, was once an intern designer for Traktor (Native Instruments) DJ software in Berlin. His self-titled full-length debut, which features collaborations with Panama and Laurné, was released in September.

Bang Bang, downtown,

A photo of Zimmer by Paul Perrault
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11.30: DAY.MVS In The Park

Déjà vu? Lane 8 (aka Bay Area DJ/producer Dan Goldstein) headlines this all-day, 21+ CRSSD event for the second year in a row. Goldstein is set to release his third full-length studio album, Brightest Lights, in January. Shiba San, Luttrell, Illyus & Barrientos and Alex Wax are also on the bill.

The Park at Petco Park, downtown,

Lane 8 headlines DAY.MVS In The Park
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12.1: A$AP Ferg

A cornerstone of Harlem-based hip-hop collective A$AP Mob, rapper A$AP Ferg (aka Darold Ferguson Jr.) released his latest nine-track collection, Floor Seats, in August. Guest appearances on the new album include Ty Dolla $ign, MadeinTYO and Rico Nasty. Ferg also features on Big Sean’s latest single, Bezerk.

@ House of Blues,

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A$AP Ferg
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