Tony Humphries, Atomly, Greg Cuoco
Good Peoples Entertainment brings you a super great night of music and dancing with long time Aqua-Booty! hero Tony Humphries!
Also special guest Atomly (Wolf + Lamb)
We are continuing to bring a spectacular night of fun to Williamsburg with exceptional music and people, in addition to new visuals with the help of Audrey!
It's also Audrey's B-Day! So extra reason to come down and help celebrate!
Tony Humphries has been a part of Aqua-Booty! since 1994, He is truly one of the most influential people in Dance Music who has helped to bring house music to the forefront. His musical style can only be described as magical. His sets are an experience you will remember for a lifetime.
To some, the ability to cross genres can be confusing, even threatening; for Atomly, it signals his creativity and ability to draw from a greater wellspring than most. Over his last decade of production, Atomly's releases have to some extent reflected his surroundings: beginning with the IDM and breakcore of North Dakota and Minneapolis, past the house sounds that blended his years living in Chicago, through the minimalism and dubstep that emerged during his year in Berlin, to the techno jams he's creating in his current Brooklyn residence.
Fortunately for dancefloors in New York and wherever his extensive travels take him, Atomly doesn't just produce: the man knows how to rock a party. His DJ sets, which have been known to take many an afterparty deep into the afternoon, encompass the musical dexterity that is his history. He usually performs surrounded by swaths of revelers, yelling, jumping, exhibiting intense excitement to hear him play, sometimes even in matching unicorn shirts.
Since he first launched Atomiq Records in 1999 with his seminal 'Laptop Rock' album, Atomly has released on Wolf + Lamb, Carpark, and Fear, among other labels. He has collaborated with a cabal of artists ranging from breakcore with Enduser to minimal house with Shaun Reeves and Seth Troxler.
The venues Atomly has performed in vary as much as his influences and collaborators. Besides the clubs, bars, and loft parties too numerous to list, he has played in a cave, on a boat, massive warehouses on the south side of Chicago, New York's The Bunker, a former German bank vault, fashion shows, protests, and various barns in Wisconsin. What they all have in common is that when Atomly played, everyone was dancing.