Len Faki/ Deepak Sharma at Output with Anthony Parasole/ Bookworms b2b Steve Summers in The Panther Room
74 Wythe Avenue
New York, NY, 11211
This event is 21 and over
The fearless leader of the globally recognized and respected techno and house imprint, Hidden Recordings.
So often in life, the best things are not immediately obvious. Surrounded by mediocrity, their appeal is irresistible upon closer examination. New York City’s Hidden Recordings has exemplified this enduring truth since its founding in 2006. The brainchild of Deepak Sharma and his production partner, Dieter Krause, Hidden Recordings began as a platform for the enterprising duo’s releases and in 2008 expanded into releasing the work of a gifted, international cohorts. Because the imprint’s focus has always been on releasing top notch techno, its patient, quality-based approach has earned Hidden Recordings the support of renowned and diverse talents such as Adam Beyer, Marcel Dettmann, Seth Troxler, and legions more.
As a DJ, he’s left many with ear-to-ear smiles, sweaty bodies and sore feet through his unrelenting deeper techno style topped by a touch of soul to bring unique warmth to a heavy big room sound. He’s travelled all over the world and North America for shows, always leaving fans asking for more. If you want to get the essence of what he’s all about as a DJ, pay a visit to the label notorious label night, appropriately named Rough and Tumble where you hear him play longer sets well into in the early hours. On a larger scale, a few highlights include being invited to play Electric Zoo 2011, BPM Festival 2011, Official Movement After-parties, a memorable closing set at the Great American Techno Festival 2012 and a magical debut at Output in September 2013. He's travelled far and near and is on a mission to make sure all techno communities know his label's sound.
Anthony Parasole should need no introduction to newer or longer-standing denizens of the New York Deep House and Techno scenes. A longtime employee of halcyon, friend of Levon Vincent and partner in Deconstruct Music, and a prominent figure with the underground house and Techno resurgence of NYC, Anthony’s acute selections won our ears right away, and he hasn’t let go since. Known for the deepest sounds of Techno and House and for gracing multiple dancefloors home and abroad from Shelter to Berghain; and Djing regularly across North America & Europe Anthony has had a breakout year in 2012 with his track "TYSON" featured on the highly acclaimed Fabric 63 mixed by Levon Vincent also the Launch of his new label The Corner which COR-01 "Tri-State" by Dj Qu & Nor'Easter soldout worldwide and just recentlly released "Atlantic Ave" by Anthony Parasole & Phil Moffa to highly criticlly acclaimed reviews on muiltiple online magazines and a slew of productions lined up for 2013!
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Anthony Parasole has had a lifelong love affair with electronic music. Listening to radio shows playing the early dance tracks from New York, Chicago, and Detroit that really perked up his ears. His earliest experiences at the New York clubs and Storm Raves really blew his mind wide open. Not content to just be another party kid, Anthony began scouring the record stores for all of his favorite tracks. From the late-80's to the mid- 90's, Parasole was also huge into hip-hop. His engulfment in this gritty New York street-music is an influence on his style to this day, not only the music but the culture.
2003 to 2007, Anthony was a House and Techno buyer at the Halcyon record store. Through Halcyon, a real pillar of the scene in NYC, Parasole made many contacts, and of course, multiplied the size of his record collection by carefully selecting all the best records from the store. He threw the “New Jack City” party at APT with his co-workers at Halcyon, bringing in The Martinez Brothers for one of there first NYC gigs, Slam Mode, Todd Sines, Brennan Green, and many more. This party really increased Anthony’s exposure in New York, and led to many gigs at bigger clubs including opening slots on dancelfoors like Pacha nyc & Cielo amungst many other venues. He then launched the "Deconstruct Music"record label with his partner Levon Vincent. DEC-01 “Invisible Bitchslap” by Levon Vincent sold out in one week, and immediately put the label on the map and had Hardwax and other influential stores are clamoring for more! Parasole also founded the once famed House-N-Home loft-party series with partner Bryan Kasenic of The Bunker that party left a mark and a blueprint in NYC . Now currently throwing 2 parties one his Boundless series were Anthony invites like minded peers to open the dancefloor to no boundries and his now long running The Club House event with Dj Jus-ED were it's a open table style from open to close with Anthony & Ed creating a deep vibe were the house-dancers sweat all night!!!
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