One of New York's best loved events in back for the ZERO filmfest after party.
We’ll have a photo booth in a genuine NYC cab, Gotham-inspired projections by New York's best Matthew Keff, Empire State specialty cocktails as well as many other surprises.
++ZERO FILM FESTIVAL will screen films from 4-9 pm- Complete Program here: zerofilmfest.com/nyc++
:: Justin Miller [Have a Killer Time, DFA x USA]
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.
:: Night Plane [Soul Clap Rec., No. 19 x USA]
William Rauscher is Night Plane. He is watched over by the god Apollo. His live set is a potent brew of slow-mo disco, minimal house, indie vibes and Madchester madness. Night Plane has performed live on three continents, including recent stops at the W+L label showcase for WMC 2012, and D-Edge in Sao Paulo. Past releases have been on CCC, Thisisnotanexit, Rough Trade and No.19. Forthcoming productions include contributions to the W+L album, as well as an EP out on Soul Clap records this fall. Night Plane is at the warm, gooey center of CCC, together with his creative partner Harry Bennett.
:: Harry Bennett [CCC x USA]
An integral cog in the CCC machine, Harry Bennett has the ability to make records speak to one another while indulging the room at the same time. An avid record collector and long time musical curator, Harry has been responsible for producing a new take mixes with collections such the eclectic "Anthology of American Acid House" (CCC) and his personal edits on r&b and dance classics. His house is our house, and he's no stranger to any of it.
:: LVN [ZERO x Belgium]
ZERO is proud to present beloved ZERO resident LVN once more. Originally hailing from Belgium, LVN has played at fine places such as Rex Club (Paris) and Fuse (Brussels) prior to moving to NYC. His DJ sets are unlikely to redefine the relationship between time and space, but can best be described as "pretty deep housy" and "just some really nice songs."
:: Turbo [ ZERO x Sonic Doom x London]
Turbo plays underground sounds to the international. Associated in London, New York City and Barcelona, he spreads beats like butter.
Hamburg and Cologne sounds are to be served.
+ Other special guests TBA