Posted by December 7, 2013 at 4:39 pm
via AtNYNightlife.com, an extension of @NYNightlife
Pacha is celebrating its eighth anniversary in New York on Saturday, December 7 with Dirty South headlining the night that will also feature an opening set by 9-year-old DJ Kai Song. Earlier this week, I spoke with Pacha New York owner Eddie Dean, who is largely responsible for the nightclub’s success. I asked Mr. Dean about his past, his thoughts on Space opening in New York and about being a husband and a father.
Posted by December 5, 2013 at 2:43 pm
SikDuo hits Pacha NYC tomorrow, Friday, December 6th! Get your tickets & get on the guestlist! Check out the interview with Chris Moody & DJ Riz via Mixjunkies:
If you don’t already know about SikDuo, listen up. SikDuo consists of Chris Moody (who is actually a featured artist here at Mixjunkies) and DJ Riz (Crooklyn Clan). These two bring a unique perspective to their music and masterfully blend their sounds to create something fresh, fun and great to dance to. They each bring their experiences and knowledge of different styles of music, mashing together hip-hop, house, electro and trap and definitely bring the party.
Posted by December 3, 2013 at 1:40 pm
Only 3 days until Quintino returns to Pacha NYC! In a March 2013 interview, the native Dutchman speaks of his love for New York and his favorite parties that took place in our spectacular city. He even quotes Pacha NYC owner Eddie Dean! Check out this article from www.elitedaily.com written by Stepehen Edwards & then purchase your tickets for what is guaranteed to be a SuperSoniq time!
Click here to read the interview!
Posted by November 29, 2013 at 4:47 pm
As the sun begins to recede over the Brooklyn Bridge and temperatures plummet on a late November evening, I make my way to the grand opening of Rough Trade, Williamsburg’s newest record shop—the largest in New York City. Inside, I find Hector sifting through the endless rows of albums with N.W.A’s Straight Outta Compton already in hand. Towering over my short stature, Desolat’s rising star greets me with a warm smile and firm handshake. The location is almost too perfect—we both agree there couldn’t be a better place to discuss all things music. Almost immediately, Hector vibrantly guides me through his life history, from his native Mexico and his stint handing out flyers in Ibiza to eventually gracing some of the music industry’s premier stages around the globe. Genuine, effervescent and unassumingly debonair, Hector both delighted and inspired us during our hour-long chat. This week, NYC fans can catch Hector at Pacha on Saturday, November 30 as part of his ongoing HecTour. Guestlist FREE before midnight here, advanced tickets available here.
Posted by November 27, 2013 at 9:32 pm
Via Angus Paterson, inthemix.com
As he tells inthemix, Italian techno star Joseph Capriati is enjoying “the best year of my life and career so far”. He’s wrapped up a successful series of appearances in Ibiza alongside Marco Carola at his Music On residency at Amnesia, as well as performing regularly alongside Swedish titan Adam Beyer at his Drumcode parties around the world. His new album, Self Portrait, is also released this week on Beyer’s hallowed label.
This Thanksgiving Eve, Capriati is locked for a party that he told inthemix is his most anticipated yet for the whole of 2013. He’ll be playing a rare gig at Pacha in New York City alongside enduring icon Danny Tenaglia. The two DJs struck up a strong friendship a year ago, and they’ll be putting it to work behind the decks at Pacha where they’ll both be performing ‘all night long’, DJing alongside each other as well as back-to-back.
Posted by February 27, 2012 at 1:11 pm
Together, Oscar Gaetan and long-time friend and production partner Ralph Falcon form Murk, one of the most celebrated and accomplished production outfits ever to grace house music. With infrequent output and fastidious attention to detail, a Murk record is a rare thing, but this year under the guise of Intruder they delivered one of the year’s most unequivocal dancefloor anthems in ‘Amame’.