Globe Hall Presents


Sunday, 9/30

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15.75 - $25

This event is 16 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show. Come hungry! Check out Globe Hall’s award winning BBQ!

Vito De Luca aka Aeroplane, the Italian-Belgian producer, has established himself as a party-starting DJ,
a remixer du jour, and a pioneer of the nu-disco and Balearic music scenes. His unique “analog house”
sound and distinct writing style sets him apart from the rest. In the past few years, Aeroplane has
produced several HypeMachine chart-topping remixes, including Justin Timberlake’s “Suit and Tie,”
Mystery Skull’s “Paralyzed,” and Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap.” In the past two years, Aeroplane has released
several Beatport-charting EP’s including his latest “Love On Hold” on the Glitterbox label, created a new
"sample-house" project called FLUSH with Defected Records, launched an acclaimed collaborative group
with Alex Metric (called Metroplane), and teamed up with Purple Disco Machine and Aloe Blacc for a
single released on Spinnin’ Deep.

Aeroplane’s debut full-length album We Can’t Fly, an in-depth trip into Balearics with a large dose of
AOR and Moroder-influenced disco, was released on Eskimo Recordings, PIAS and Ultra Records in 2010.
Well ahead of its time, the album is an obvious precursor to many of the releases of similar genre in
2013 and 2014. In 2012, Aeroplane was selected by Pete Tong to perform the 500th “Essential Mix”
which included his now world-famous remix of Friendly Fires' “Paris.” As a result, Aeroplane was named
one of NME’s 20 Most Groundbreaking Dance Acts in the World. Following the success of “We Can’t Fly”
and the “Paris” remix, Aeroplane has released several EP’s, produced countless successful remixes, and
has launched his own record label, Aeropop.

In 2015, Aeroplane released a string of EP’s which sent him on tour around the world for the fo llowing
two years. His first 2015 release, "Let’s Get Slow," featured a vocal performance by Benjamin Diamond
of Stardust “Music Sounds Better With You” fame on Capitol Records France. His second, "Page One Is
Love EP,” which includes two original songs, topped the Beatport Top 100 Indie/Nu Disco Releases and
Top 100 Indie/Nu Disco charts. Aeroplane’s side project, FLUSH, was released on Strictly
Rhythm/Defected in July 2015. TraxSource named FLUSH among the Top 20 Nu Disco Artists So Far in

In 2016, the aforementioned collaboration with UK electronic powerhouse Alex Metric resulted in a
critically acclaimed debut EP for the duo now known as Metroplane. Both tracks on the EP – “Mr. E” and
“Over Me” have gained support from Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Triple J, Dancing Astronaut, and MixMag.
Following the debut EP, Metroplane released another club hit called “Bahp.” During the summer of ‘16,
Aeroplane teamed up with Purple Disco Machine on “Sambal” released via Spinnin’ Deep, which racked
up a quick three million streams on Spotify and is still lighting up dance floors to this day.

Aeroplane and Purple Disco Machine reunited on “Counting On Me” (feat. Aloe Blacc), with a premiere
on Billboard and BBC Radio 1 love. Most recently Aeroplane released the disco infused single “Love On
Hold” featuring the legendary vocalist of Mtume, Tawatha Agee.

Aeroplane continues to tour all over the world. Notably, he performed at Coachella 2014,
TomorrowWorld 2015, Made in America 2015, NOS Alive Festival 2015, Space Ibiza Resident DJ Summer
2015, CRSSD 2015 & 2016, Splash House 2016, Glitterbox Resident DJ Summer 2017, and has touched
every continent except for Antarctica in the past two years alone.
Venue Information:
Globe Hall
4483 Logan Street
Denver, CO, 80216