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Meow Wolf has a strict no refund policy for event tickets. Meow Wolf Santa Fe. Having released his latest full length? Doom, as well as a Bakers Dozen vinyl only release via Fat Beats, Daedelus is returning from a recent run in Europe and taking some newer LA Beat Scene artists under his wing to perform a special night of music at Meow Wolf.? Huxley Anne also recently released her highly touted debut 'Ilium' on?
It is fair to say that, in , Huxley has fully arrived. Still young but with experiences in the booth and studio well beyond his years, he has a fine array of tools at his disposal. Over the last seven plus years, the friendly character has excelled at many different styles, often ahead of the curve. He does well swung drums as well as bass, main room house and deeper, musically accomplished offerings that stir real emotion. Proof of that lies in his varied and vital discography.
Collaborating with the likes of Roger Sanchez, Thomas Gandey and Yasmin along the way, the end result is a noticeable progression from the EPs that cemented his place as one of the rising stars of the house scene during and Huxley: I was feeling a bit restricted with what I was releasing. It was my own fault, essentially, and I felt I was finally ready to make something that was… I suppose I was ready to make music that was bigger than just club music. Or something that was more meaningful to me than just club music. I never made it as an album to take you on a journey or anything.