The Lab NYC is BULLDOG Gin and Mixmag's weekly live stream and post-work unwind, where we showcase the finest DJs direct from our Brooklyn office. This Friday, November 15, the always reliable talent Guy Mantzur stops by to showcasing his driving house sound.

Tel Aviv-based Guy Mantzur is an experience dancefloor master drawing influences from tech house, techno and proper progressive house. Having been awarded the title of Israel’s Best Underground DJ at the XL Awards in 2013, he has since blossomed into one of the most sought after talents in the world. He has released on labels such as Kompakt, Diynamic, Lost & Found, Systematic and Bedrock. In addition to his studio talents, Guy is also the co-owner and A&R for the Munich-based label Plattenbank, which provides another outlet for his musical creations. Throughout his career he's graced some of the biggest stages in the world, from Tomorrowland to Burning Man, making his performance in our intimate office space highly-anticipated.

Following his set in The Lab NYC, Guy Mantzur will head to a secret location in NYC to headline the Not All There event. Find tickets here

Watch Guy Mantzur's set in The Lab NYC live streamed to Facebook on Monday, November 18 at 2:30 PM ET. The set will also be available on Mixmag's YouTube channel here.

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