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When the promotional duo FIXED sets up shop at Santos Party House, what occurs are some of the most unspeakably raucous parties New York City has ever witnessed. Resident FIXED DJ’s Josh Houtkin
and Dave Pianka
are insidious masterminds of programming and promotion with knowledge of dancefloor dynamics unmatched by any other team in the metropolis. Now they're bringing us the weekly party New York has been waiting for, on the only sound system that can do it justice.
This outing will feature The Twelves,
affectionately known as the "Daft Punk of Brazil," who have become one of the flagship names in international electronica since their remix of MIA's "Boys" surfaced in 2007. The instantaneously overwhelming hype that ensued was propelled primarily by grass-roots blogs, resulting in an influx of remix commisions for the duo that had only active for two years at the times. Their sound is hook-based and fueled by disco, resulting in remix commissions for many and sundry artists including New Young Pony Club, Fever Ray, Noah and the Whale and Metric. Grum
comes to us from Leeds, UK, an industrial landscape that welcomed his bright techno sound with open arms. His catalog is stacked with remix after remix, but his original tracks like the spacey "Runaway" or the percolating "Hearbeats" demonstrate incredibly honed electro production.
Rocking the basement level is DJ/Producer Eli Escobar
, protégé of Bobbito Garcia and beat provider for the likes of MIA, Amanda Blank and The Glass. A mastermind of urban dance music, he has the most discerning palette for electro and hip-hop in their myriad varieties.
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