Star Eyes (Trouble&bass), Nick Van Tiel, Mess Kid
Come to New York City's only upscale Future Music (dubstep, 4x4, grime, garage) party, now that we're all grown up and sexy-like. No more cramming into a sweaty room stuffed with 15 year olds to hear the music we love (*cough Webster Hall *cough Terminal 5)
This week we are stepping it up a notch with Star Eyes joining Nick Van Tiel and Messkid destroying the back room to ensure everyone gets LOOSE.
This is a FREE event. By clicking RSVP on the facebook event your name will be added on tonight's guest list to ensure entry, so be sure to click that button if you plan on attending.
Now get dressed. Bring your friends. Do your substances. And get ready to lose your mind, with sets by:
Nick Van Tiel
This Star Eyes mix is AWESOME: http://soundcloud.com/stareyes/star-eyes-mix-for-garo-sparo
Star Eyes is known for many things, but you might as well call her Brooklyn's queen of heavy bass. Since the early '90s, the first lady of the Trouble & Bass crew been throwing down raw, dirty underground tracks everywhere from renegade raves to the biggest European festivals. Star Eyes calls her style "haunted house" - refusing to bow down to one genre, she creates an intense energy out of futuristic tracks from the worlds of 4/4, dubstep, garage, grime, bass, and beyond.
This bad girl has always loved low-end. For years, she was known in her native California as a premiere drum & bass selector, resident of San Francisco's award-winning Eklektic night, and the editor-in-chief of XLR8R Magazine (which she left in 2009 to pursue music full time). She was also part of the two-step/electro duo Syrup Girls, dubbed â€œNew Yorkâ€™s best-kept secretâ€ byNew Yorker music critic Sasha Frere-Jones. In 2006, she founded the world-renowned Trouble & Bass crew alongside Drop the Lime, and has released multiple original tracks for its signature label, including the Disappear EP, the White Gloves EP, and her forthcoming single, "The Night."
Star Eyes is has also released remixes for Michna, Creep, Hussle Club, Hanuman, Riviera, Lilâ€™ Tal, and Funerals, as well as goth/industrial DJ mixes in collaboration with Psychic TV, Death in June, and Mishka NYC. She likes skeletons, Sharpies, strong coffee, the ocean, and staying up very late.
11 pm - 4 am
Come late. Stay late.
The Tribeca Grand Hotel
2 Avenue of the Americas @ Church Street
Fridays Futuremusic comes to New York City.