Mike Servito ( Ghostly, The Bunker | Brooklyn )
Nooka Jones (Percussion Lab)
Air Zaire (Autobrennt)
Having lived in New York for a long while, Mike Servito has roots in Detroit and his DJing style has always been heavily influenced there. Making his debut there in 1995 and becoming good friends with the renowned Magda, Mr. Servito had a real resurgence in 2002. An original UNTITLED resident alongside Matthew Dear, Derek Plaslaiko, Todd Mullinix, and Ryan Elliott, Servito had played many of the yearly Detroit Electronic Music Festivals and also became a Ghosty International artist in 2008. But the story doesn’t end there, He’s also a current resident of NYC’s The Bunker and continues to wow listeners with his eclectic selections.
Brooklyn-based, Hoosier-bred Nooka Jones is a DJ rooted in emotion and dancing. No regard for stereotypes or trends, he glides between house, disco, techno and beyond with ease. His parties range in venues, but his vibe never does- always soulful and introspective, with a heavy lean on the groove. Nooka holds down the residency at Brookyln's eclectic Percussion Lab as well as a newly developed Thursday weekly at Cameo Lounge. While playing with Pearson Sound, Scuba and Francois K are some of Nooka's more notable moments, his late afternoon jaunts in SF's Mission Dolores Park and yearly stints at Boston's Together Festival rank among his favorite gigs.
Brooklyn-based DJ/producer Air Zaire (Adam Santucci). Since we've started working together, Adam has played stellar sets among some of the best in the game including The Martinez Brothers, Justin Miller, Footprintz and more. He's played at venues such as The Rivington Hotel penthouse, Viktor & Spoils, Matchless, and more including Bardot in Miami. In addition, he's also released a number of mixes which have also earned positive recognition. More importantly, his original work has earned the best reception. His singles "All For You" and "Play" have amassed thousands of listens in just a few months and have garnered international acclaim from fans and producers including the likes of Zimmer and Satin Jackets, to name a few, as well as various publications such as Time Out (NY) which listed Adam's gigs as "Critics Pick[s]" in August and October 2012.