FACTORY 93 X GREEN VELVET LA LA LAND
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Los Angeles! Change has been a constant theme throughout the successful career of Green Velvet, but as he has crossed genres, explored themes from the comedic to the serious and changed monikers, the common thread running through the music he has made for nearly two decades is its roots in and dedication to the Chicago House sound. His live act expanded as he began playing a keytar, with two other musicians — Nazuk and Spaceboy — backing him, playing heavily distorted synths. The last decade also saw Green Velvet become a fan favorite across Europe, playing to huge crowds at festivals in addition to live radio appearances and club gigs.