NEW – BEHROUZ authors his own encyclopedia of club music history with "PURE BEHROUZ NYC"

rephlektorlist_purebehrouzCompCoverlores_1 On October 7, legendary NYC underground house label brings it home with the release of Behrouz’s history spanning collection PURE BEHROUZ NYC.

For those unable to catch Behrouz’s now legendary PURE BEHROUZ club nights across the world, this CD collection provides a faithful documentation of what the DJ brings to the table. Behrouz’s DJ sets are notorious for literally running the gamut of club music’s history; offering a seamless mix of both classics and tracks currently catching the global buzz. This is the definition of PURE BEHROUZ.

Rather than quickly throwing together two CDs worth of tracks, Behrouz expended an exorbitant amount of time and energy in compiling and mixing PURE BEHROUZ NYC. That’s because Behrouz wanted to create a mix that’s so special it will be enjoyed regardless of the listener’s environment; whether it be at home, in the car or at work. He’s also succeeded in creating a living time capsule that should never be too far away from any club music aficionado’s grasp. This is simply gorgeous stuff and it will undoubtedly be held up as one of 2008’s finest mix CD collections.

CD1 commences with a trio of house classics from The King Street Crew, Code 718 and Soul Boy opens up and flows into the epic strings of Studio Apartment Featuring Ron Carroll “I’m In Love (Rasmus Faber Epic Instrumental)” and airy piano licks of Kalim Shabazz “Peak Bomb.” Behrouz stuffs the middle of the disc with his own solid “Rich In Paradise (Instrumental mix)” and “Time Travel,” while Bingo Cache’s ragga-infused “Dancin’ (Behrouz Dubby Vocal Mix)” and Kiko Navarro “Siempre (Jimpster Remix)” takes us home.    

CD2 greets us with Shara Nelson’s amazing vocal on Charles Webster’s remix of Nu Frequency’s “Go That Deep” and it perfectly fits into a bed with Luciano’s “Octagonal” and DJ Pippi vs Willie Graff “Hyper Space.” Dubfire once again shows why he’s been on a hot streak by putting his magic minimal touch on Greogor Tresher’s “A Thousand Nights Part 3” while Alex Neri & Marco Solforetti bring out the accordions for their “Birdy.” Behrouz then shows off his sick mixing talents by perfectly layering Friendly People’s “Music Improper (Martin Buttrich Remix) with Gui Boratto’s “Matryoshka” before closing out with a double dose of techno from Aril Brikha.        

PURE BEHROUZ NYC is released October 7, 2008 on Nervous Records.

BEHROUZ authors his own encyclopedia of club music history with the release of Pure Behrouz NYC on Nervous Records

Epic 2XCD set features tracks and remixes from Danny Tenaglia, The King Street Crew, Code 718, Josh Wink, Aril Brikhana, Gui Boratto, Kiko Navarro, Luciano, Behrouz + many more



Release Date: October 7

Nervous Records

Behrouz is considered by his peers to be “the DJs DJ.’ That is, when DJs want to hear a good DJ spin they immediately seek out Behrouz. In fact, Danny Tenaglia has often named dropped Behrouz when mentioning his personal favorite DJ. Behrouz is also one of the few American DJs to be accepted overseas and he’s been a main attraction in Europe for years. His summer Ibiza sets are stuff of legend.

Behrouz first gained notoriety as a long-time resident DJ for two of San Francisco’s best know clubs (DV8 and 1015), where he was “discovered” by Deep Dish and subsequently signed to their Yoshitoshi / Shinchi labels. This opened an international door for Behrouz and lead to worldwide bookings, mix CD releases and his own original productions (Behrouz’s remix of Narcotic Thrust’s “Safe From Harm” hit #1 on the Billboard’s Dance Chart.) Behrouz’s new track “Rich In Paradise (ft The FBI Project)” was crowned by Pete Tong as an Essential New Tune and it’s already one of this summer’s biggest hits.

Embarking on world tours, taking him from Dubai to Brazil, to legendary rooms like Womb in Tokyo, Twilo and Vinyl in NY and festivals like Dance Valley and the Cream festival in Spain, and playing long sets eventually led to the creation of the Pure Behrouz concept that has taken Behrouz’s signature sound to a new level. The whole meaning or direction of the Pure Behrouz night starts with Behrouz playing from open to close, taking his audience on that famous journey of different genres of music, which only a select few can dare to embark upon. As many can attest to, the Pure Behrouz nights have been compared to listening to four separate DJs playing in a club, in one night. In this day and age where most DJs can play no more than a standard two hour set on their lap top, with Pure Behrouz, you get a pure journey of music, not on a lap top, but through love, vinyls that are hand picked by Behrouz himself around the world and upfront music that most likely you may never get the chance to hear from another DJ!





1) The King Street Crew – “Things U Do 2 Me (Feel The Vibes Mix)”

2) Code 718 – “Equinox (Heavenly Club Mix)”

3) Soul Boy – “Harmonica Track”

4) Manuel Tur & DPlay – ”Deviate”
5) Studio Apartment featuring Ron Carroll – “I’m In Love (Rasmus Faber Epic Instrumental)”

6) Kalim Shabazz – “Peak Bomb (Original Mix)”

7) Scope – “Strung Out”

8) Nick Holder – “Time (Manuel Tur Dub)”

9) Behrouz feat. FPI Project – “Rich In Paradise (Behrouz Inst. Mix)”

10) Behrouz – “Time Travel”

11) Roberto Rodriguez – “Camera Obscura”

12) Milton Jackson & Sei A – “Glasgow Kiss”

13) Bingo Caché – “Dancin’ (Behrouz Dubby Vocal Mix)”
14) Behrouz – “Coming Home”

15) Itmar Sagi – “Dramatical”

16) Kiko Navarro – Siempre (Jimpster Remix)”


1) Nu Frequency feat. Shara Nelson – “Go That Deep (Charles Webster Reprise)”

2) Luciano – “Octagonal”    

3) DJ Pippi vs. Willie Graff – “Hyper Space”  

4) Joris Voorn – Blank (Deetron Paradise Dub )”
5) Nick Chacona – “Bindy (Jerome Sydenham’s Blacktro Dub)”

6) Greogor Tresher – “A Thousand Nights Part 3 (Dubfire Quiet Storm Remix)”

7) Alex Neri & Marco Solforetti “Birdy”

8) Friendly People – “Music Improper (Martin Buttrich Improper Remix)”
9) Gui Boratto – “Matryoshka”

10) Taho – “Forest of Wonders”

11) Taho – “Shambhalla (Josh Wink’s Interpretation)” 

12) Itmar Sagi – “Black Gold (original mix)”

13) Samuel L Session & Martin H – “The Leap”

14) Rollo – “Conflama”
15) Hedonism – “Reshuffle”

16) Aril Brikha – “Berghain”
17) The Apologist – “Eve”   

18) Aril Brikha – “Kept Within”



08/01 – On Broadway, San Diego
08/02  – Avalon, LA
08/06 – Golf Yasmin, Tunisia
08/08 – Bali
08/14 – Space, Ibiza
08/15 – Echoes, Italy
08/16 – Cavo Paradiso, Mykonos
08/20 – Amnesia, Ibiza
08/22 – Elegane, Dubai
08/23 – Sardinia, Italy (TBC)
08/28 – Space, Ibiza
08/30 – Shindig, Newcastle
09/04 – Space, Ibiza
09/17 – Amnesia, Ibiza
09/19 – Italy TBC
09/20 – Italy TBC
10/05 – Space Closing Ibiza
11/07 – Crobar, Beirut
11/08 – Jersey, UK
11/15 – Deko Lounge, New Jersey

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  1. wish i had been at that one…Electronic Dance Music is definitely on rise in America. check out our blog for more info…

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