CirCLE: Celebrate their second installment of 2010. Dedicated to bringing you the best electronic music that NYC has to offer. Our approach is simple and two-fold: By focusing on local talent rather than a genre or style, we shed a spot light on, and provide a forum for the variety of producers, performers and musicians that emanate from NYC. Additionally, we partner with all other groups open to collaborate to bring an open minded event.
-CYLO (Massive Groove - NYC) http://www.djcylo.com
Is a New York-based minimal/Tech DJ and producer with a driving beat and aggressively risky mixing technique in a town better known for its laid back style and enthusiastic stage presence to events throughout North America and Europe.
”I have the incredible fortune of working with such landmark dance music culture artists as Ritchie “Plastikman” Hawtin, Satoshie Tomiie, Trendroid, Danny Howells, Jason Jollins, The Crystal Method, Danny Tenaglia, Mylo, Norman Cook (FatBoy Slim), Danny Howells & Mistress Barbara to mention.”
"QUOTE " One of the most interesting lessons I have learned is that whoever is behind the decks in a club has total control over the moods of each person in the room. So how then I choose to play will, in turn, affect everybody else mood. Quite a powerful responsibility, and one which must be treated with respect.
Since my emergence from the Chicago underground in the mid 90’s, I have been synonymous with the true underground Tech-House movement in America, well before the upstart of the genre's l buzzword.
Together with music partner Marky Star, we started Omni A.M. and Euphoria Records which gained recognition on both sides of the Atlantic as the first U.S. innovators of what is now called “Tech-House”.
Omni A.M. quickly achieved cult status, finding our way into the crates of such influential DJ’s as Derrick Carter, Mr. C, “Evil” Eddie Richards, and Terry Francis while “Beat Dis,” a breaky analog salute to dance culture, even landed on Tyrant DJ’s Lee Burridge & Craig Richards’ prestigious mix compilation for Fabric.
As a DJ, I've played countless club sets and radio appearances around the world including Air, Maniac Love, Module (Japan), Turnmills, Kiss FM, The Church (London), Home / Aura (Lima, Peru), Blues Club (Quito, Ecuador), Cha Cha (Bogota, Colombia), 1015 Fulsom (San Francisco), Spundae / Circus (LA), Crobar (Chicago), Arc, Vinyl, Pacha (New York), as well as spots in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Canada, Scotland and possibly your bedroom if you are lucky. You know who you are.
A deep passion for music, connecting with people, and a love for life are the focus for Deepak Sharma as he continues to grow as a DJ, producer and record label owner.
The story of Deepak Sharma’s rise can be traced back to 2001 when as a promoter; he was booking and playing alongside some of the world’s most recognizable talent. One particular night opened the door for Deepak was booking Fabric resident’s Craig Richards and Lee Burridge as Tyrant at his Wednesday night soiree at a lounge in Brooklyn named Boogaloo. The night was a resounding success, and lead to Deepak being asked to release a mix compilation reflective of his style of music and vibe of the venue. Finally, after nearly two years of work, Deepak released Boogaloo. Brooklyn. 3:23pm in late 2004 with music from producers that weren’t well known at the time or a style and sound as popular as today. The compilation received worldwide praise with reviews in leading dance music publications such as De:bug, BPM, Remix, BPM, URB, DJ Times, Raveline, Beatfactor, ClubbingSpain and Sound Revolt. Germany’s prestigious De:bug Magazine called it, “One of the finest mix CD’s I’ve heard in a long time.” Similar high praise came from Big Shot Magazine, who said, “Sharma indulges us in some of the most pristine minimal techno we've heard in ages.
Longtime NY DJ and currently resident at one of the hottest techno parties going Verboten. Andrew has had a huge couple months opening for such Djs as Magda, Matthias Tanzmann, Misstress Barbara, and Ida Engberg.