Multiple Mono (Minus 12, Little Helpers)
Figgy (Symbols, Freshmore, Broke City)
Chris Patrick (_surface, SOUP, Custom Lifestyle)
A brand new, biweekly Wednesday party bringing you the finest in cutting-edge house, techno and beyond for the discerning dance music enthusiast.
_MULTIPLE MONO (Minus 12, Little Helpers)
Multiple Mono exploits common notions about dance music for the benefit of their work as well as the listener's enjoyment. They prove techno can be beautiful, and ambient electronica can be diabolical. 2012 marked Multiple Mono's breakthrough release on Minus 12 entitled, "Go Fish", an understated, melodic piece with driving, nimble percussion. 2013 holds the promise of a steady flow of additional projects, including a 6 track EP on Butane's Little Helpers, as well as releases on Voder and Manyc Records.
_FIGGY (Symbols, Freshmore, Broke City)
Former jazz trombonist turned Producer/DJ Figgy broke onto the scene in 2012 with EP's on both Freshmore and Symbols. Combining elements of house, garage and r&b his latest EP "For The One" charted in the top 10 on Beatport's House chart and received critical acclaim from the blog world. Along with his original productions Figgy is also well known for his remixes and bootlegs, earning the #1 most downloaded track on XLR8R for January 2013 with his rework of Drake's Doing It Wrong. Honing his skills as a resident DJ for Broke City (one of Brooklyn's most notorious parties) Figgy's sets are filled with edits and exclusives taking his audiences on a journey through the more soulful side of dance music.
_CHRIS PATRICK ( _surface, SOUP, Custom Lifestyle)
Chris Patrick's ever-evolving DJ career has put him on the map as a performer known for unmatched technical precision and track selection prowess for the last 13 years. Reluctant to pigeon-hole himself into one particular genre, Chris often composes sets ranging from post-dubstep bass music to classic Chicago house and everything in between. From humble roots in rural Pennsylvania, Chris began his journey in 1999, quickly working his way up through the DJ ranks in Philadelphia as founder of the Stakeout DJ crew and series of underground house & techno parties. He relocated to Brooklyn in 2007 and began gaining notoriety as a regular guest at Chris Love's famed SOUP parties. Chris is now not just a resident DJ with SOUP, but a driving force behind their recent success, regularly playing and hosting parties at top NYC clubs Cielo, Sullivan Room and Output with guests that include Derrick Carter, Juan Atkins, DJ Sneak, Doc Martin, Todd Terry, Christian Martin, J-Phlip, and Pezzner. 2013 will see Chris launching a new project known as _surface along with a collective of artists focused on bringing cutting-edge music to the dance floor for the discerning ear. He will also be focusing more on his own solo productions as well as with fellow SOUP members and Philadelphia's Custom Lifestyle outfit. Never a fan of mincing words, Chris would rather let the music speak for itself.