Soul Clap All Night Long with Curses and Justin Miller in The Panther Room
74 Wythe Avenue
New York, NY, 11211
This event is 21 and over
Before today is yesterday and after tomorrow is the future, Elyte and Cnyce's paths were crossed for all time when a Sun Ra light beam sent from Saturn collided with the P-Funk Mothership and sent them tumbling to earth. Now, Soul Clap time travels on a musical spaceship of dopeness...
Curses was originally an Institubes (RIP) artist back in 2009 and to most had disappeared.
However, at 6am, November 19th 2012 at an afterparty in New York, Curses came back.
“I was going to a lot of after-hours parties in Brooklyn and loved it. It inspired me to go to the studio and suddenly I had a whole bunch of new songs. Next thing I was djing. It was at that point when I knew Curses was coming back.”
And Curses has hit a nerve with the first single SO GOOD.
He sent the track to a few friends and suddenly the song is being played on Radio 1. Seven times in two weeks. On top of that Heidi asked for a DJ mix for Radio 1 as well as long-time friend Skream.
Meanwhile back in the US, Tensnake was about to begin his first ever full North American tour with Curses in support. A strong friendship was formed and pushed Curses to full-time.
Curses has a slew of massive singles coming out in 2013 and 2014 on various labels.
Justin Miller is a quintessential New York City DJ. Mixing the classically cool with the always-cool and the brand new, he's a selector whose tastes spread across best of techno, deep house, and disco new and old. Part of that diversity likely comes from his tenure as DFA Records assistant label manager and sole employee for seven years, guiding the seminal NYC label through one of its most fruitful periods. With artists including LCD Soundsystem, The Juan MacLean, Hercules & Love Affair, Still Going, Benoit & Sergio, Runaway, Canyons and Walter Jones, a diverse crew of disco-leaning artists, Miller helped to establish the best of the best in modern dance music as part one of its most respected and influential imprints. He's a proudly interactive DJ, feeding off of the crowds he plays to a self-proclaimed goal to "hypnotize," and his prominence is only likely to increase. Having recently left DFA to start his own label HAKT Recordings, the new imprint will see releases from like-minded artists as well as debut productions from the man himself, as he begins to focus more on his own career after helming one of the most formidable juggernauts in dance music for almost a decade.
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