Sunday is a day that has very unique qualities. You can always account for football and a day of rest but last Sunday night, Troy Pierce and Jesse Siminski decided to interrupt this trend in a momentous fashion at Miami's best-kept secret, The Electric Pickle. The low key, uncanny but absolutely bumping Electric Pickle seemed to be the perfect venue to house Square One for the night, as the performance and the venue seemed to consolidate and coincide with one another. The room consisting of no more than 100, awaited for the much anticipated duo to take the stage and as 1:30 AM rolled around, the anticipation would be relieved by a surge of dance beats and bass drops that would have any person thinking it was any day but Sunday. The "pick me up to let me down" style that the duo exemplified opened the gates so that the crowd could let loose; needless to say the two absolutely stimulated the senses of every individual in attendance. A performance that strays away from the typical Miami house scene, Pierce and Siminski illustrated a set that defined pure dance music with an array of different hits and sounds that synchronized perfectly with a pulsating bass line and very limited vocals. Experimental and ambitious, the dense sound that Pierce and Siminski have been able to produce through their work is both dark and layered but revitalizing. For those of you who want something that will allow you to digress from your normal club experience , Square One is the act to see and The Electric Pickle is the place to be..
Troy Pierce and Jesse Siminski aka Heartthrob are currently touring with their live pa performance “Square One” which also inspired their newest release on M_nus of the same name. We had a chance to talk techno, raves and live pa with Troy just a few days before the duos gig.
-How did you guy’s meet?