REM KOOLHAUS (TURRBOTAX® / Peach), Judge Wise (Brooklyn Bass)
93 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
This event is 21 and over
The name Kyle Hall first appeared on a record sleeve in 2007, when he was just 17. He came under the tutelage of Detroit luminaries like Rick Wilhite, Mike Huckaby and Omar-S in the early stages of his education, and released his first 12-inch through the latter's FXHE label. House music has formed the basis of Hall's sound these past six years. His style is loose and mainly improvised on hardware. Hall has been working with others a lot lately: he's recently teamed up with Funkineven, Kero and MGUN, and, as he says below, is keen to continue this trend.
Last week Hall reached perhaps the biggest milestone of his career so far with the release of The Boat Party, his debut album, which came out on his own label, Wild Oats. Its raw drum machine workouts and bit-crushed synth lines are pure Kyle Hall, but the album covers a lot of ground across its eight tracks—"Finnapop," a bumping ghetto house track is particularly assured.
REM KOOLHAUS (TURRBOTAX® / Peach)
Tim Saputo is better known as a resident of Brooklyn’s own TURRBOTAX® parties. A staple in the neighborhood for the last few years, these parties have always delivered when it comes to futuristic techno, house and bass music. RemKoolhaus is a veteran himself, as a former creative director for XLR8R magazine, he’s helped in curating impeccable lineups and even designing all the artwork for TURRBOTAX®. Tim’s recent mixes for Opening Ceremony and Percussion Lab range all over as well. Whether it’s jacking, rhythmic house or the smooth and deep variety, KoolHaus has it covered.
Judge Wise (Brooklyn Bass)
Judge Wise is also an editor of Brooklyn Bass and resident of their monthly Cameo Gallery parties. An avid tinkerer and sound design lover, he plays host to teaching at Dubspot in manhattan as well. Whether it’s playing tracks from favorites like I:Cube or Pittsburgh Track Authority, Judge Wise is consistent in mixing sets of Deep House and Garage as well as the occasional Disco tune.