Für den unwahrscheinlichen Fall, dass bei diesem Line up noch fragen offen sind:
Justin Miller is the kind of DJ who creates soundtracks to nights to remember. A key player not only in New York City’s dance music scene – from its dingiest bars to its most upmarket clubs – but also a frequent guest at some of the best parties and clubs around the world. His reputation for keeping diverse audiences on the floor has led him to be embraced by the fashion and art worlds, and to featured spots at carefully curated galas, parties hosted by New York City’s prestigious Museum of Modern Art and a long list of fashion events. After seven years assisting in the operation of James Murphy’s preeminent indie/dance music label DFA Records, Miller left to pursue DJing & music production on his own accord but you can keep up to date with his latest exploits via his website WWW.HAVEAKILLERTIME.COM
Prince Language is one of New York City’s premiere underground DJ’s and producers. His acclaimed remix work for artists like LCD Soundsystem (DFA), The Rapture (“Get Myself Into It”, the lead single from the band’s latest album, Pieces Of The People We Love), MGMT, Lindstrøm, The Juan Maclean (DFA), Azari & III, Armand Van Helden. Joakim, Editors, and Sons And Daughters, as well numerous re-edits for the mysterious Editions Disco label have earned his tracks a place in the sets of DJ’s as diverse as Lindstrøm, DJ Harvey, Tiga, Carl Craig, A-Trak, James Murphy, Rub N Tug, and Gilles Peterson, and have made him one of the most in-demand remixers in dance music today. He has also recently made his debut as a full-fledged producer with his work on Twin Shadow’s acclaimed debut album Forget on Terrible/4AD Records.
Demand for Prince Language’s DJ sets has brought him to corners of the globe as distant as Dubai, Rio, Sydney, Istanbul, London, Paris and Berlin. His series of mixes of left-field disco, house, techno, rock, and whatever else he feels like entitled The No Comprendo have also been some of the most talked about mixes of the last few years; they can downloaded from www.thenocomprendo.com. And as DJ Language he has released the acclaimed Real Music For Real People Compilation for BBE records, as well as mixed CDs for Nike, Cornerstone Promotion, The Fader Magazine, Staple Design and Semblance Tokyo. In addition to numerous remix projects, he is currently at work on the forthcoming debut album of Prince Language & The No Comprendo as well as a mix CD for the downtown cult label aNYthing.
Born and raised in Chicago, Prince Language’s diverse musical sensibility and mixing style are strongly influenced by that city’s rich musical tradition, especially its heritage as the birthplace of House music. Raised on a steady musical diet of tapes of disco and house legends Ron Hardy and the Hot Mix 5, Language began DJing at Chicago warehouse parties and soon found himself holding down numerous residencies throughout the city. Moving to New York in 1999, he soon met Philadelphia DJ Rich Medina, and together the pair established the now-legendary Stoned Soul parties. In 2002 he formed NegroClash with DJs Lindsey and Duane, and in 2004 the Village Voice named NegroClash the “Best Party In Manhattan To Dance Sweatily To Smart Music.” The crew’s commitment to highlighting electronic sounds in black music brought a host of legendary DJ’s to their residency at New York’s APT, including Afrika Bambaataa, Juan Atkins, Marshall Jefferson, Red Alert, Fab 5 Freddy, DJ Spinna, and Larry Heard/Mr. Fingers. Renowned for his eclectic yet coherent sets, Language has also shared bills with DJ’s and performers including Metro Area, DJ Harvey, Derrick May, Francois K, Theo Parrish, Jarvis Cocker, DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Common, Q-Tip, !!!/Chk Chk Chk, Massive Attack, Interpol, The Strokes, The Rapture and LCD Soundsystem.
Obendrauf gibts noch unsere zwei Freunde Muallem und Oskar Melzer, die das ganze Menü mit feinem
House und Discosound abrunden.