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This REMEDY, we present ERIC CLOUTIER on our favorite backdrop—the Brooklyn rooftop—a perfect setting for a summer daytime party. If you’ve heard any of Eric’s sets before, then you already know you are in for a deep and dubby treat of House and Techno that will take your mind, body and soul for a deep travel into some of the most rare and exclusive dance music records that exist. It’s hard to match Eric’s standards in music. He is truly one of the most amazing selectors with years of experience up his sleeve.
To add some more heat to this hot summer day we also present the one and only JD from Soul People Music. He is one of the upcoming Brooklyn’s talents that keep blowing our mind with his deep and murky productions. His deep house sets are one of a kind. He is a sure talent to look for in the next few years.
Warming up the situation we have our residents Maroje Tabakovic and Jen Orlando loaded with slow and heavy dub to ease your mind and your feet.
This rooftop is pleasant and perfect for the next edition of REMEDY, complete with a full tent to protect you from the elements and soft patio flooring, as well as a full bar. See you on the Rooftop.
Born and bred in Michigan, and currently based in Brooklyn, ERIC CLOUTIER is one of a new generation of American DJs bridging the gap between dance music's past and its future. His sets have a sprawling depth and sophistication that fuses the brooding intensity of tripping techno with the mechanic funk of contemporary house.
Cloutier started spinning records in 1996, quickly establishing himself in Detroit's competitive local scene, holding down residencies at The Necto and prominent afterhours spot The Works. This led to a job booking Oslo, where he brought the likes of Richie Hawtin, Luciano and Michael Mayer to town, as well as handing out residencies to local legends Three Chairs and Stacey Pullen.
In 2006, Cloutier made the jump to New York and quickly established himself, earning a residency at the premiere monthly techno night The Bunker and mid-week soiree Den of Thieves. He's also begun his own night, Down, in which he often stretches out to play lengthy sets that showcase his range, effortlessly threading together deeper shades of house and dub-infused techno. Word has been spreading too: 2009 saw Cloutier recording two mixes for the mnml ssgs podcast series, beginning to work in the studio for the first time on his own material, making his European DJing debut and getting tapped to play at Japan's renowned Labyrinth Festival. That latter honor may be the most telling of all: Only a select few are asked to spin at Labyrinth. (It's the provenance of studious selectors like Daniel Bell, Donato Dozzy and Peter Van Hoesen.) To not only spin in their company, but to have ably held his own should tell you all you need to know about Eric Cloutier: He's a DJ for whom quality—above all else—is the watchword.
J.D. aka Jordan Poling is a fresh new face in the local dance music circles but one that is sure to get more attention very soon. Relocating from Midwest a few years ago Jordan has applied his d'n'b-sharpened DJ skills to the modern breed of deep techno, house and bass music. The result is impeccable mixing technique and excellent taste no doubt informed by years of working at Halcyon the record shop. Not content with only DJ'ing Jordan is also working on his unique production style which already manifested itself with a track for C.O.M.E. compilation on Fred P's label Soul People Music.