Boris


The best beats will be at Electric Daisy Carnival’s NeonGarden all weekend, and tonight is probably the best night to go over to Met Life Stadium, as the acts appear rock solid for today, despite the fact that our beloved Danny Tenaglia will grace the stage, headlining on Saturday evening.

Check out the NeonGarden roster:

Friday, May 18th

Paige:  4:30 — 5:15 PM

Sleepy & Boo:  5:15 — 6:05 PM

Oscar G:  6:05 — 7:00 PM

Chriss Vargas:  7:00 — 8:00 PM

Cevin Fisher:  8:00 — 9:00 PM

Chus & Caballos:  9:00 — 10:00 PM

Boris:  10:00 — 11:00 PM

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Saturday, May 19th

tINI:  12:00 — 1:00 PM

Nicole Maudaber:  1:00 PM — 2:00 PM

Layo & Bushwacka:  2:00 PM — 3:00 PM

Cassy:  3:00 — 4:00 PM

Art Department:  4:00 — 5:00 PM

Seth Troxler:  5:00  — 6:00 PM

John Digweed:  6:00 — 7:30 PM

Carl Cox:  7:30 — 9:30 PM

Danny Tenaglia:  9:30 — 11:00 PM

Sunday, May 20th

Ambivalent:  12:00 — 1:30 PM

VisionQuest:  1:30 — 3:00 PM

Magda:  3:00 — 4:30 PM

Hot Natured:  4:30 — 5:30 PM

Victor Calderone:  5:30 — 6:45 PM

Dubfire:  6:45 — 8:10 PM

Loco Dice:  8:10 — 9:35 PM

Richie Hawtin:  9:35 — 11:00 PM

……

Very nice Friday lineup.  Very NY friendly Friday lineup, as one would expect of a party hosted by Pacha.  Good for local act Sleepy & Boo, pulling a whole 50 minutes today.  We always liked them but never loved them.  That’s why they are stuck toiling at the Sullivan Room.  A little too light when it comes to hard beats, but never offensive.  We have seen them many times.  They do okay.  If you find their podcasts tough, you aren’t the only one.  Sounds very light outside the club.  We would hate to call such light house “NY house” and yet, we have to admit it probably is.  We have done worse and really, they are nothing to pout about.  But if you are only going out the once in a blue moon, take a pass on S & B.  They are the kind of duo that you’d catch when you are on a bender and find yourself out inordinately early on a Saturday night.  But they do play Cielo and Sullivan Room, and perhaps the mighty Pacha has warmed up to them since they are on Pacha’s card.  Frankly, we have heard better unknowns in Pachita, but we aren’t the average fan.

Oscar G, one half of Murk, is one of Miami’s finest.  We like him better than Chriss Vargas and Cevin Fisher, but they are playing those more local acts deeper in the night.  Incidentally, we hear Oscar G’s party on Wednesday’s in South Beach, called Copiscala, gets very hot.  Frankly, he is one of the Danny clones who plays it close to the vest, and doesn’t go toward trance.  Good for him.  We have paid real money to see him.  We can only say that about a few acts on the dais.

The best talent tonight is obviously Boris, and obviously the man practically made by Pacha is going to close.  Boris is a fine talent but we prefer others.  What can we say?  We weren’t born yesterday. We really like Chus & Caballos live, and we’d rather spend money on them than Boris, if they were competing.  Catching them both, and Oscar G on one card means very good value for the crowd in the “garden.”

Despite Danny, we aren’t into Saturday at all.  Plus, how is Sirius going to broadcast the whole festival when Danny famously refuses to consent to be played over the airwaves, even pay ones?  We like British duo Layo & Bushwacka.  We guess being friends with Carl Cox wasn’t enough to get them a good slot.  While we can take CC, we don’t pay to hear him.  Digweed?  Again, we weren’t born yesterday.  Danny is guaranteed to play a great set, if you could call 9:30-11:00 that.  With all this talent there, he will be on his best form.

Sunday is a horror show.  So trancey and weak.  Dubfire?  Please.  The guy’s name is Ali.  He is one half of the world’s greediest sellouts, formerly known as Deep Dish.  One day he is Ali and the next he is “Dubfire.”  What an asshole.  I have seen DD plenty of times.  They sold out around 2003, began overcharging, playing wack tracks, producing Puff Daddy, spinning his “vinyls”, even spinning them back to fucking back when Puffy entered the club.  Where he looked completely like a fish out of water, by the way.

Fuck Puffy.  Fuck Deep Dish.  Fuck Dubfire.  You will hear better house music on local Kingsborough air, 92.3 out of Sheepshead Bay.  For us, if you get stuck going to this mess on Sunday, Victor Calderone will save you.  That man plays the best style on Sunday’s card.  Richie Hawtin is an excellent house dj, a phenomenal musical talent and all, but too housey for us.  Keep in mind that politics and pecking order and whatnot are at play with a lot of these slots and times.

And if you are going there to get fucked up, be very careful.  New Jersey is a terrible place to be arrested.  They prey on crackheads, and their cops are the opposite of NY cops.  Their cops are eager beaver gung ho law enforcement douche bag fucks.  Just ask my boy who went to Surf Club one day, and ended up doing 9 months of weekend jail near Newark.

Be Smart and Have Fun.

Crack (https://crackbillionair.wordpress.com)

Winter Music Conference 2012

Winter Music Conference Announces 2012 Dates

Winter Music Conference
March 16-25, 2012
Miami Beach, FL

***For Immediate Release***

October 12, 2011 – South Florida, U.S.A.

Winter Music Conference (WMC) opened its 2012 season in South Florida today with the announcement of the Winter Music Conference 2012 dates. This will be the 27th annual program for what is largely regarded as the pre-eminent platform on the global music industry calendar for launching new music, technology and trends. Winter Music Conference Week 2012 happens March 16 – 25, 2012 in Miami Beach, Florida.

For 2012, WMC plans to further enhance the WMC experience by delivering ten non-stop days of music programming in Miami Beach and Miami. This expansion will wrap the program week with two full weekends of parties and events. WMC Co-founder, Bill Kelly, explains, “Expanding the WMC dates was an easy decision given the high demand of artists, businesses and industry delegates. Miami Beach and the greater Miami area boast some of the most celebrated event and club venues as well as the hotels and resorts that comprise South Beach’s famed Art Deco District. Hotels, restaurants, cafes, shops and every sort of possible entertainment venue are filled to capacity during WMC Week to the point where five days just wasn’t enough.”

New for 2012, WMC will be unveiling correlated segments of its industry program dedicated to music and fashion on its opening weekend and indie rock meets electronica programming under the WMC Rocks header on the closing weekend, in addition to its standard programming and events. More details will be announced over the coming weeks.

Winter Music Conference 2012

  • Music Meets Fashion: March 16 – 17, 2012
  • DJ Sets, Live Performances & Parties: March 16 – 25, 2012
  • WMC Music Industry Program: March 19 – 24, 2012
  • WMC Trade Show & Exhibits: March 19 – 20, 2012
  • Art & Record Collectors Show: March 24, 2012
  • WMC Rocks: March 23 – 25, 2012
  • Club & Poolside Events: March 16 – 25, 2012

Currently the WMC industry badge is being offered at a promotional Early Registration rate of $275 (over 40% off the Walk-Up rate) until October 26th, 2011. Registration includes access to panels, seminars, featured Q & A’s, the 27th Annual IDMAs, WMC official poolside events, South Beach Sessions, Record Collectors Show, WMC Rocks, trade show & exhibits, workshops (with the exception of the Remixing and Editing Workshops), DJ Spin-Offs, VJ Challenge as well as complimentary or reduced admission to WMC official and sanctioned events for the full ten days of programming.

Marketing opportunities are currently discounted by 30% through December 16, 2011. The WMC registration office and housing bureau is currently open at www.WinterMusicConference.com. WMC is also accepting applications, inquiries and requests for panels and workshops, DJ Spin Off, VJ Challenge, showcasing and events.


WMC Office:
3450 NE 12th Terrace
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
Phone: (954) 563-4444 * Fax (954) 563-1599
Email: info@WinterMusicConference.com
WinterMusicConference.com

Bart B More & Dada Life | Fri 1/28

A contemporary of electro-powered party-starters like Diplo and Boys Noize, Bart B More made is presence known this year with “Brap,” a nasty slice of stripped down dance floor fodder with drum-blurts, snare hits, and walls of synth noise that start and stop like a motorcycle. True to their absurdist name, Swedish duo Dada Life goes even further left in electro-land, taking tracks like Kaskade’s pretty “Dynasty” and running it through the crazy deconstructionist remix machine. Expect adventurous sounds and irresistibly bizarre noises. Alex English & Rekless (GBH) and JDH & Dave P (Fixed) open up. 19+ to enter, 21+ to drink. Free admission before 12 midnight on the list

Upstairs in Pachita:
The official NY screening of “Electro Wars“, the forthcoming documentary exploring the past, present, and future of electronic dance music. RSVP for the screening here.

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VIP Tables: 212.209.7500   Get Tickets

Pacha New Years 3D

Boris + Chus & Ceballos
 
Pacha NYC: New Years 2011 in 3D
featuring music by
Boris
Chus & Ceballos
Chriss Vargas

Check out the mini-site newyears.pachanyc.com

Doors open-9pm
This is a 24-Hour Party

Winter Music Conference
Winter Music Conference Announces 2011 Dates

Winter Music Conference
March 8 – 12, 2011
Miami Beach, FL

***For Immediate Release***

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Winter Music Conference’s 26th annual program will take place March 8 – 12, 2011 at the Miami Beach Convention Center and other venues throughout Miami Beach and the greater Miami area. Last year WMC attracted 3,763 registered music industry participants from 70 countries and over 100,000 event participants who took part in five non-stop concentrated days of seminars, workshops, exhibits and performances.

Over its 26-year history WMC has become known by industry insiders, audiophiles and fans alike as the pre-eminent date for merchandisers and manufacturers launching new music, technology and trends in the music business. According to Billboard Magazine’s April 3, 2010 issue, “WMC demonstrates (that) dance music retains a powerful allure among brands looking to connect with young, engaged consumers.”

During WMC, more than 500 annual industry gatherings and performance events boast one of the most sought after aggregations of legendary and emerging artists to be found in the world. WMC’s drawing power for assembling innovative music professionals and launching effective global campaigns is demonstrated year after year with career-launching performances and new releases by artists that have historically included Lady Gaga (WMC 2008), Rihanna (WMC 2006), the Black Eyed Peas (WMC 2009) and featured appearances in 2010 by artists like Deadmau5 and Grammy winner David Guetta, amongst hundreds of others. Of his appearance during WMC 2010, The Black Eyed Peas’ Will.I.Am told MTV News “I think it’s important to come out to WMC to test out the new beats you’ve been making — rockin’ the crowds, learning from the crowds”.

For 2011 WMC will continue to roll out new initiatives as part of its development plan bolstering the ‘WMC Experience’. Unlike previous events the conference has hosted at hotels such as the Fontainebleau and most recently the Eden Roc, this year will offer nearly unlimited opportunities for expansion and growth with its move to the Miami Beach Convention Center in the midst of South Beach. Organizers say “for many years WMC has been challenged to configure its rapidly developing program into limited meeting space.” This year we are able to offer the best of all worlds – enormous room for expansion of the industry program at one of the best locations in South Beach with easy access to the top venues, restaurants and beaches. We are also able to offer our delegates a diverse range of official WMC hotels from the historically luxurious Raleigh and Albion hotels to the plush new Grand Beach Hotel to the business-budget-minded South Beach Courtyard. Virtually every class of service, location and amenity at a price point to fit any budget are offered. WMC is widely known as one of the highest hotel occupancy generating events of the year in the South Florida area – so book your hotel stay early.

Currently the WMC industry badge is being offered at a promotional Early Registration rate of $275 (over 40% off the walk up rate) until November 30th, which includes access to all official WMC events across the conference dates. Marketing opportunities are currently discounted by 30% through December 10, 2010.


WMC Office:
3450 NE 12th Terrace
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
Phone: (954) 563-4444 * Fax (954) 563-1599
Email: info@wintermusicconference.com

Boris

Halloween
 
Friday October 29
Pacha NYC presents…

BORIS
Believe Halloween

Doors 10pm
Table reservations 212.209.7500

Trance Takeover Weekend
Wanted: True trance fan. Motivated self-starter who hoists hands and lighters during epic breakdowns. Equally excited by the monster riffs of Marco V; the lush textures of Filo & Peri; the staccato synths of Andy Moor; the dreamscape vocals of Ronski Speed. Prefers beats to guitars. Not afraid of melody, but likes it rough too. No experience necessary, will train. Trance Takeover Weekend: A rare opportunity to hear the most recognized artists in trance on Pacha’s legendary sound system, for two nights in a row. Don’t miss it! 19+ to enter, 21+ to drink

Friday September 24
Marco V, Filo & Peri, and friends…
Get Tickets
$10 before 12 midnight on the list

Saturday September 25
Andy Moor, Ronski Speedi, and friends…
Get Tickets
$10 before 12 midnight on the list

AFTER A MASSIVE SEASON OF DANCE FRIDAYS WE ARE BACK AGAIN FOR
 ” SEASON 2 ” ONE  YEAR AGO BORIS STARTED THIS FIRE AND GLO NIGHTCLUB BRINGS HIM BACK TO START THE FIRE ONE MORE TIME .

 DJ BORIS
THE ANNIVERSARY PARTY
FRIDAY SEPT 24TH

FOR TABLES CALL 5167948022
DOORS OPEN 9PM
GLO NIGHTCLUB 737 MERRICK AVE WESTBURY NY
THESE EVENTS ARE PRODUCED BY LOU B INDUSTRIES

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