For the past 10 years, London-based Frenchman Giom has been making his own path in the world of electronic music.
Originally discovered by DJ Sneak, his Chicago-inspired beats quickly mutated into his own brand of sexy Deep/West Coast/NuDisco/French House Music.
The eclecticism of his sound alongside strong studio skills have become a reliable source of catchy dance floor numbers, which are constantly finding their way into the crates of the world’s best DJs, from Claptone to Green Velvet, Jimpster to Mark Knight, Kolombo to Maceo Plex.
In 2014, his song Dr. Zapp topped the Beatport Indie/NuDisco Top 100 and accumulated over 350k plays on Spotify alone. In 2015 he launched his own label Supremus Records, a platform designed to release his own music as well as featuring some of the world’s finest Deep House artists. Supremus releases have since been supported by the likes of Agoria, Maya Jane Coles and even Bondax.
Giom has worked, released, toured and collaborated with the likes of Riva Starr, Joey Negro, Fred Everything, Toolroom and Defected Records. He has also headlined and played at some of the world’s best clubs such as Fabric (London), Privilege (Ibiza), LIV (Buenos Aires), 360 (Dubai), performing in over 30 countries. He is also a Ableton Live online teacher.
Away from house music, Giom’s preferred spot is behind the drum kit, which has seen him touring and recording for the likes of Alice Russell, The Nextmen and Kasabian.
Milk is the located in the historic Jonas Bros Furs Bldg of the Golden Triangle which is home to 3 other clubs in the South of Colfax Nightlife District. Milk is comprised of 2 primary rooms, the loungy Jazz Room and the dancy B&W checkered Milk Bar inspired by the film, A Clockwork Orange. Both rooms create one of the best nightlife atmospheres in Denver. Make sure to check out all the rooms, both up and down when you are at 1037 Broadway
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