Black Party DJs 2015

AARON CLARK (Pittsburgh) Co-founder of the Humanaut and Honcho DJ collectives/event production crews, and the weekly ‘Hot Mass’ afterhours club in Pittsburgh. Also serves as a key member of Pittsburgh’s annual VIA Music & New Media Festival. Listen To Aaron
BORIS OF BERLIN (Berlin) DJ Boris is kind of a charismatic, multifunctional weapon in the Berlin club life. He became a resident at Panorama Bar’s first incarnation in Berlin. After the old OstGut/Panorama Bar closed, Boris played in almost every club in Berlin, but when the follow up club Berghain opened its doors in 2004, he quickly focused on his residency again. Listen to Boris
DANNY TENAGLIA (New York) Since the release of his debut album Hard & Soul in 1995, and his subsequent beat-mixed dance compilations, such as, Mix This Pussy, Can Your Pussy Do The Dog? and Color Me Danny, the DJ-remixer-producer has traveled the Globe performing for audiences everywhere. More people have experienced their first night with Danny Tenaglia, that clubber rite-of-passage that forever changes how you listen to music, go out to nightclubs, and think about DJs. Listen to Danny
EDDIE ELIAS (New York) Ever since Eddie Elias played his first professional gig in 2000, the New Jersey-based, Dominican-born DJ has been wowing audiences in New York City and around the country with his unique sound and masterful mixing. Eddie’s sets inspire extraordinary and often unexpected dance floor journeys. Listen To Eddie
HONEY DIJON (New York) Although she spins a distinct Chicago sound with inflections of the deep New York underground, Honey prides herself on a style that is all her own.She draws from a wide repertoire of musical styles from old school Chicago house, disco, tech-house to tribal, funk and soul. As a gifted and experienced dj, Honey knows how to rock a party. Listen To Honey
DISCODROMO (Berlin) DJ/production duo Discodromo named themselves after the Italian word for the circular runway of UFOs as used in 1970s sci-fi films. Independent of one another, the Berlin based Italians spent time in nightclubs though the 90s where they gained a deep understanding of house and techno. It was only a matter of time before they crossed paths, at which point they immediately realized they were in love, with music! Listen to Discodromo
WRECKED (New York) Residents Ron Like Hell and Ryan Smith are on a mission to keep NYC dancing until dawn and beyond. Together, this dynamic duo has engineered a New York City dance party for gentlemen who like the boom. Their almost cult-like following packs the house at Bunker in Brooklyn and other venues around the city. Listen To WRECKED