JUNE 29, 2012 at LORELEY, BK!
Incl. is at it again Friday, June 29 with another stellar line-up. This installment will feature none other than Burnski (Real Tone, Dessous)!! With loads of productions out on some of the world's top labels, this booking was a no brainer. Also joining in on the shenanigans will be NY fav Crazy Larry (Time To Get Ill)!!
Burnski (Real Tone, Dessous)
Crazy Larry (Time To Get Ill)
George Vala (Suara, incl.)
Derek Rusinak (incl.)
Peter Rodrick (incl.)
early bird tickets (limited)- $5
advanced tickets- $10
at the door- $15
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for reduced admission before 11:30
Where: Loreley BK, 64 Frost Street New York, NY 11211
More artist info:
BURNSKI (Real Tone, Dessous)
From ‘Autumn Days’ to tides of change, spring 2011 marks a season of renewal for Burnski. This exciting young man from the north-east coast of England has come a long way since he first stepped into the spotlight, and the coming months look set to bring another round of developments.
With one of the biggest selling releases in the history of 2020 Vision, Burnski was hailed as a prodigy upon first surfacing in the mid 00's. Since then, he has cemented a solid reputation as an artist erring on the deeper side of the dancefloor, releasing consistently excellent music on labels such as Poker Flat, Morris/Audio, Trapez, Dessous and Hot Creations – his release ‘Malibu’ for the latter being one of the standout tunes of 2010’s Ibiza season, finding its way into Mixmag’s end of year Top 100 tracks, Soul Clap’s ‘Social Experiment’ compilation for Number 19 Music, and Heidi’s Radio 1 show.
A three week DJ tour in South America was the catalyst for changes both musical and personal in 2011. Inspired by new landscapes and sounds, Burnski has found a new energy and put it to good use in the studio, with a slew of new music on the way. ‘Sometimes Takes Longer’ is a 3-track EP which is scheduled for May release, courtesy of his old friends at Dessous. Prior to this he also adds a new association to his discography with the arrival of ‘Tropical Nights’, via the hotly tipped Real Tone label.
Furthermore, two compelling remixes round off act one this year – one for nu-school Detroit artist Kris Wadsworth, on the emerging One Records; and secondly for the legendary Robert Owens, courtesy of Back to Basics, the musical arm of the much-loved Leeds club night, where he holds a DJ residency.
A steadfast vinyl advocate and always armed with a bag of fresh music, Burnski’s DJ sets are intuitive and versatile, swinging between disco, deep house and Detroit tipped techno, his sets fulfil both the hedonistic and more focused minds in any crowd, and recently won him a nomiation in the ‘Best Breakthrough DJ’ category in DJ Mag’s recent round of awards.
His style is now familiar at some of the most established clubs in Europe such as Fabric in London, Watergate in Berlin and The Loft in Barcelona, as well as further afield on the rooftops of Beirut, beaches of Melbourne and warehouses of New York and San Francisco – these just some of the places to benefit from his deep and groove led style.
CRAZY LARRY (Time To Get Ill)
Hailing from Denver, Colorado, Crazy Larry is a young and fearless talent with an insatiable craving for old and new sounds. Larry fell in love with dance music in 2000 via the Casa Del Soul record store and a deeply held love of wax.
He developed his infamous live PA in January of 2006, which debuted in NYC for Taimur Agha and the Blk Market crew. This live performance is much more than the average one-man-one-laptop show - incorporating vintage drum machines, live home made plug-ins, and even the Nintendo Wii.
Currently residing in the depths of Bushwick, Brooklyn, and getting inspiration from DJ's like Koze, Three, Matthias Tanzmann and Pedro, he’s building on a name already made in Denver throwing parties and booking events at both Shelter and Vinyl Nightclubs, and as the purveyor of numerous debaucherous after hours (namely his Udder Madness and Cheap Sunglasses parties).
Larry now devotes much of his time to new project, the ‘Time To Get iLL’ label, born off the back of Brooklyn based shindigs of the same name.
The label’s first release will come from Glacier - Larry’s current project with production partner Pier Bucci with their ‘Cabeza’ release, which is slated to appear in October. This follows an offering from them ‘The Rocky Mountains’ which appeared on Wagon Repair back in 2007.
Other Crazy Larry releases have come via staple American labels Siteholder, AirDrop, Fade, Auralism and hip Brooklyn based label Hallucination. Future Time to Get iLL projects on the horizon include releases from contemporaries Soul Clap, Tanner Ross and Adam Collins, which showcase shared influences from old school R&B, soul, and funk genres – placing Larry well within the current slow-down-and-low-down zeitgeist.
To surmise, Larry Ursini is all about the records you may not know, but really enjoy – and with the party stamina of actual rock stars and the talent to back it up, the Crazy one can not possibly fail to command your attention, and leave his own lasting mark.