Deep Space is an adventure into future dub, spacey vibes, and abstract grooves featuring resident DJ François K. live on the mixing board.
No dress code – just an open mind
Tickets Available: http://www.wantickets.com/Events/107668/Deep-Space-7th-Anniversary-Theo-Parrish-WITH-Francois-K.aspx
$14 Advance / $20 at the Door
Cielo, 18 Little W. 12th Street, NYC
between Washington St. and 9th Ave
A C E 1 9 2 or 3 at 14th St; L at 8th Ave
21+ with photo ID :: $12 cash at the door
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There’s a host of reasons why François K demands respect. He runs a great record label, Wave Music; he’s a fabulous DJ, unconstrained by genre; and he’s a brilliant producer, with 1995’s FK-EP sitting high in the canon of tech-house classics. But there’s something else about the veteran that sets him apart, and that’s simple longevity. He began his nightlife career as a drummer at Galaxy 21 in the mid-’70s, and soon after started spinning and producing (his very first mixing job was for Musique’s 1978 hit“In the Bush”); the following three-and -a-half decades haven’t slowed him down a bit. For instance, we’ll bet the disco the that there aren’t many 56-year-olds who could handle the stress of running and spinning at a weekly party—but Mr. K has had the energy to do his Monday-night Cielo soiree, Deep Space, for a full seven years now.
François & Co. are marking the shindig’s birthday this Monday, and they’re not slacking in the special-guest department; in fact, the party is bringing in another of the world’s most respected clubland kings, Theo Parrish. The influential Detroit producer and DJ, considered a deity among certain beard-stroking circles, is a lot like his host in one respect: His sets tend to be go-for-broke affairs, veering from vintage soul to acid house to funky disco, imbued with a risk-taking joy that befits the night’s celebratory status.—Bruce Tantum
Read more: http://newyork.timeout.com/articles/clubs/84678/deep-space-seventh-anniversary-party-theo-parrish-concert-preview#ixzz0lDCTn04x