Show Review: Alok at Temple SF Nightclub
Aloe's Set at Temple SF on October 25th
Alok is currently Brazil’s top DJ and he got recently ranked #11 on DJMag’s Top DJs list. Born in Goiânia, Goiás, Alok is a world-class South American superstar who has headlined prestigious festivals such as Rock in Rio, Tomorrowland, and Burning Man. Alok released his first album, Colcci: Party All The Time, in 2016 and he has since released house tracks that are popular globally.
During this summer, Alok released “The Wall”, his first single on his own label, CONTROVERSIA. He also recently released “Tell Me Why” and partnered with his twin Bhaskar Petrillo in releasing “Killed By The City”. On October 25th, Alok performed a spectacular set at TempleSF in San Francisco.
Party Till The Sun Goes Down
As soon as Alok appeared on the Temple SF stage for his set, the crowd jubilantly roared in anticipation for fantastic music. The atmosphere inside Temple SF would make the clubber feel like he or she is in Rio or São Paulo. Temple saw many fans of Brazilian descent packed into the nightclub and enjoying the tracks played by their compatriot Alok.
The prominent tracks Alok played at Temple include “Hear Me Now”, “Big Jet Plane”, and “Do It Again”. Everyone inside at Temple had a blast dancing to his music, whether if they were standing behind him at the VIP booth or if standing at the back of the nightclub near the entrance. Temple SF also had an “Alice in Wonderland” theme that night and it made Alok’s show turn into one that’s filled with vibrancy and imagination.
Alok’s performance at Temple SF proved why he is Brazil’ s top DJ for two consecutive years. The Brazilian house DJ knew how to work a show at the nightclub. He played top bangers that kept the fans dancing on the dance floor from beginning to end. As of October 25th, Alok has over 1 billion streams and 14 million Instagram followers.
Alok has the star power and ability to become one of house music’s legendary DJs. His successes in the house music scene is also proof that South America can produce talented, world-class DJs as well. It won’t be surprising to see him placed in the top 5 of DJ Mag’s Top DJs list in the near future.