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Old 10-28-2009, 07:56 PM
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Cielo New York - System Upgrade Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Cielo : November 2009 News


Seven years ago, Cielo was the first venue in all of North America to install a Funktion One sound system, and has since then served as the company’s main showcase venue. Daniel Agne of Sound Investment AV performed the original installation when the club opened and he has exclusively tuned and maintained the system over the years.

Funktion One are continually advancing audio quality and wherever possible provide an upgrade path for existing products in the field ensuring that clients maintain state of the art. Cielo is the first of the Funktion One clubs worldwide to benefit from the recent upgrades to the technology, completed early in October by Tony Andrews of Funktion One. With this recent upgrade at Cielo, the Infrabass 218s were fitted with improved dampening material giving a smoother, fatter bass. The AX88s and Resolution 2 monitors were fitted with a more advanced Funktion One designed 8" loudspeaker resulting in faster, crisper mid range and refining the blend between the 8" and the high frequency units. Overall, the transient ability of the system has been raised to a new level, further raising the bar for a quality clubbing experience.

On Thursday November 5th we kick off the month with not one but two legends of dance as Dance.Here.Now. presents a night not to be missed in the company of Danny Krivit & Hex Hector. Danny has over 35-years of DJ history in New York dating back to the days of the Roxy and Paradise Garage, through to the Shelter, Body & Soul and most recently his soulful classics 718 Sessions (check the acclaim album, ‘718 Sessions Compilation’, just released via Nervous Records for a typical slice). Hex meanwhile is no slouch when it comes to dance music. Scan the New Yorker’s discography, and the credits include a staggering list of iconic ladies of dance: Madonna, Aretha, Whitney, Mariah, Britney and J-Lo - are just a fraction of the divas to receive his Midas touch. His restyling of Lopez’s blockbuster "Waiting For Tonight" even earning him the coveted GRAMMY award. Now based in Florida, Hector returns to his hometown on a night that promises a touch of nostalgia, a lesson in the old school, and guarantee to make you dance with abandon.

From the early days of Giant Step, to today's Turntables On The Hudson parties, Nickodemus has been a key element in the NYC dance scene for over a decade. As a DJ and producer he explores the intersection of urban and world music with elements of everything from funk and dub to folk and hip-hop… and all with a message of peace, awareness and love for the dance. On Friday Friday 6th Turntables On The Hudson returns to Cielo with Nickodemus joined on the decks by Brooklyn’s eclectic house, broken-soul and afro-Latin head Chris Annibell for a truly mind-enveloping journey into the many facets of house.

We’re graced with a true superstar DJ on Thursday 12th as Dance.Here.Now. presents the one and only Carl Cox. The first person to be named number one DJ in the world on DJ Magazine's Top 100 poll back in ’97, the hardest-working and perhaps most-travelled DJ on the circuit, has remained in the upper echelons of the chart ever since, thanks to his global fan-base. “I’ve been doing this for over 20-years and we’re still involved in pushing the music forward,” says the man himself who’s helped take techno to the next level via his groundbreaking In-Tec label. “We’ve been through so many genres of music and we’re still involved and still enjoying it. It’s fantastic to still be able to prevail that sound.” Carl also holds a unique record as being lucky enough to see in the millennium not once but twice: first on spinning at Bondi Beach in Australia, then hopping on a jet over the timeline to Honolulu, Hawaii, to play a second set at midnight! Legend.

On Friday 13th Playtime does away with superstition as Cielo’s Willie Graff is joined by Irish electronica don Chymera. With a plethora of acclaimed releases to his name on such groundbreaking labels as Urban Torque. NRK and Ovum, the tech-house producer relocated to Barcelona where he quickly became a master at playing sun-kissed Balearic beats and chill out sessions with equal critical recognition. His DJ and live schedule is also booming taking in dates as far afield as Russia, Japan, Europe and America. Incidentally if you’re reaching for a tenuous link to impress your friends, Willie Graff was actually born to American parents on the island of Ibiza. He’s also in the enviable position of enjoying the best of both worlds: Pacha, Ibiza during the summer months and Cielo the rest for the year.

Pioneering International DVJ, producer and Little Mountain Recordings label boss Sander Kleinenberg guest stars at Dance.Here.Now. on Tuesday 17th. On the heels of his impressive new mix compilation called ‘This Is Sander Kleinenberg 2’ on Ultra Records, this compilation truly displays how versatile Sander can be, drawing on a vast array of styles and using them in an innovative way to create his unparalleled sound. Each disc offers something slightly different and follows on brilliantly from his hugely popular first compilation in the series. Just recently wrapping up his hugely successful Pure Pacha Ibiza residency, Sander is in the studio working on his debut artist album due in early 2010. The album will feature a plethora of amazing new productions, which he has worked on with U.S. heavyweight Josh Gabriel. The first single from the album will be Sander’s remarkable new tune “This Is Our Night” which has already gained support from BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong. Get a sneak preview on this special night and an exclusive meet & greet with Sander beginning at 12 midnight. This Is New York!

Cielo & Blk|Market Membership present Damian Lazarus on the Thursday 19th For several years Damian Lazarus has been delivering a fresh and unique sound best described as dirty and deep electro house – a rebel sound designed for lovers of late night madness, future dance floor classics and cutting edge new ideas. As A&R of City Rockers, he is responsible for signing and releasing classics like Felix Da Housecat’s ‘Silver Screen’, Tiga’s ‘Sunglasses’ and ‘Fly With Me’ by Coloursound. Since then his Crosstown Rebels imprint has maintained his dynamic and cutting edge approach to all things dance, while his DJ sets are designed for good time party heads: his style combines the most upfront twisted music with the best in cutting edge underground electronic embellished with a touch of punk attitude, as highlighted on his recently released debut LP opus ‘Smoke The Monster Out’.

Holland house siblings Rogier and Gregor van Bueren carved a niche for themselves as Hardsoul, one of the most consistent and prolific house acts to emerge in the new millennium. In recent times Roog has stepped out into the solo spotlight as both a DJ and producer his unique style of undeniably funky house infused with tribal and electro overtones. One of the hardest working DJs in Europe is guest of Paradizo on Saturday 21st alongside Willie Graff.

If dark acid basslines, Latin percussion, deep-house grooves and piano instrumentals float your boat then Abe Duque is the man for you on Sunday 22nd. The Biatch Corp presents the Hollis, NY resident who for over a decade has been behind some of the most musical, melodic and enveloping twisted tribal house and dark funky beats this city has produced. His sets employ deep driving grooves, brisk tribal percussion, sexually charged basslines and provocative vocals. In other words it’s a tribal house fan’s dream: hot, steamy, sexy and created with the sole purpose of making you dance.

“I did not realize what my dream job was until the first time I heard Larry Levan play at the Garage,” says Junior Vasquez. “He created the alter and took you on a journey that allowed you to escape for a few magical hours. I knew then what I wanted to do with my life... make music and play music. When I began to DJ it was because I wanted to connect to everyone. I wanted music to bring us together and allow us to share that light that exists in all of us. So I worked hard and built a career for myself that I could have never imagined.” That career is now well into its third decade and on Thursday 26th Dance.Here.Now. presents a Thanksgiving night of Classics from Junior Vasquez and his varied and colorful box of timeless records. Essential.

November rounds off with the return of Adult Section on Friday 27th and DJs Citizen Kane & Darshan Jesrani bringing their considerable skills back to Cielo to paint an aural landscape on the senses. Kane, a truly OG NYC brother, has been a seminal and iconic figure in contemporary dance music culture since his emergence in the mid-‘90s, he was also a former disco buyer for the infamous A1 Records, and has been digging and collecting since his early teens. Brooklyn’s Darshan Jesrani was one half of the uber cool Metro Area (along with Morgan Geist), that left an incredible mark on the dance landscape with its forward-thinking, freestyle recombination of influences, revolving around classic production styles and the songwriting focus of disco, new-wave and synth-pop.
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Old 11-04-2009, 09:32 PM
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too bad carl cox is on a thursday
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Old 11-05-2009, 05:51 AM
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I was there for Deep Space with Francois K and Dimitri From Paris on Monday 19th October, and i must say I was curious to hear the sound setup when François K is playing.

To cut a long story short this was the best sound system i had ever heard clubwise. The sound was so detailed and smooth, and did not sound loud or harsh. The music was great, as you could expect. It was a real pleasure for the ears in all ways, no ear plugs and no buz in the ears afterwards.

François if you read this, what volume was Dimitri rocking the party at when he was around in October ?

Also what setup of mixer/isolator is used ?
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Old 11-05-2009, 09:53 PM
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The transient detail did seem crisper when I was last there.

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Also what setup of mixer/isolator is used ?

The standard setup is Xone 92 & Dope Real.

Dunno if Dimitri's presence changed that in any way (tho given the complexity of FK's setup, hard to see much else working).

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Old 11-06-2009, 03:15 AM
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Dim seems to be using a Xone wherever he goes anyway.

This was taken a few months ago and it seems they have an LE, Dope Real and Bozak iso.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGZuivMdFLQ
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Old 11-06-2009, 10:07 AM
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This was taken a few months ago and it seems they have an LE, Dope Real and Bozak iso.

I think it's an original 1620. (At least: there was an original at one point.) And there's also a Pioneer on hand for the many DJs who require that.

Generally, the booth is Xone & Dope Real tho.

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Old 11-07-2009, 12:12 AM
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Dim always ask for a rotary mixer. Either a Urei, Rane, or djr 400. Funny thing is that he mentioned "abosuletely no pioneer mixer" on his tech rider. He is awesome DJ tho.
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Old 11-07-2009, 07:04 AM
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He is awesome DJ tho.

That's an understatement loved his set at Cielo , i was stuck to the dancefloor
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Old 11-07-2009, 11:48 PM
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Dim always ask for a rotary mixer. Either a Urei, Rane, or djr 400. Funny thing is that he mentioned "abosuletely no pioneer mixer" on his tech rider. He is awesome DJ tho.

I saw him in Australia a year ago and he was using a Xone. Maybe that's understand with not much access to rotaries in Oz, but the last two times he has played in Japan (January and the middle of the year) he also used a Xone, in a club where they usually have a Urei installed as standard.
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Old 11-08-2009, 02:18 PM
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I am looking for a disco track played by Dimitri from Paris during his set at Cielo NYC 19 Oct 09 if you were there (never know ... )

The song goes like:

"He got me dancing dancing dancing like a dancing machine" (very disco)

Sorry don't know much more, but if anyone can ID this it would be amazing

thanks
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Old 11-08-2009, 06:40 PM
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Check out Dim's live video footage at http://www.youtube.com/lotusoundbar

I remember the first time when Dim came to the gig, he brought his own DJR400 and said that he just wanna play safe! Well, it's just hard to imagine Dim playing on a slider mixer

Dim does have a very rare disco collection. Never get tired of his set!
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Old 11-09-2009, 08:56 AM
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Yeah, one of my good mates here in Tokyo said he was digging for records with him here in Tokyo during the week. Had time between gigs in other countries close by, so dropped into Tokyo for some diggin!

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I am looking for a disco track played by Dimitri from Paris during his set at Cielo NYC 19 Oct 09 if you were there (never know ... )

The song goes like:

"He got me dancing dancing dancing like a dancing machine" (very disco)

Sorry don't know much more, but if anyone can ID this it would be amazing

thanks

Jackson 5 - Dancing Machine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQY-uzzm7GA
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Old 11-09-2009, 10:10 AM
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wow bbc absolutely brilliant

it's definately the vocal but the version of the track was much more disco-ey and lasted forever, highly suspect some dimitri edit/reedit/remix or whatever

if i remember well the track was worked/built around the part between 1:29 and 1:46

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