It was 2002. World-famous for more than two decades, New York producers Louie Vega and Kenny Dope gave a Montreux performance of “Work”, the planet-wide house hit sung by the cyclonic Denise Belfon. An all-out party, with the Miles Davis Hall transformed into a scorching dancefloor. This duo, with thousands of incredible garage and soul tracks under names including MAW, KenLou, Sole Fusion, and Nuyorican Soul, has also remixed Michael Jackson, Madonna, Daft Punk, and Donna Summer. Seeing them is an absolutely legendary experience. Even better! Like a living repository of the dance culture forged over the past half-century in Manhattan. Hip-hop, disco, jazz, broken beat, and Latin music: Dope and Vega fuse together all genres, imagining unique musical connections that are immediately picked up all over. Thanks boss!