Sullivan Room 16 Year Anniversary on Circle Line Cruises New York September 16th
Time: 6pm to 11pm
Location: Circle Line Cruises
Pier 83 W. 42nd Street and 12th Avenue
New York, NY 10011
Dress Code: Trendy
Price: $25 to $45
>RA Tickets: Sullivan Room 16 Year Anniversary at Circle Line Cruises, New York
Riding high on a wave of good vibes from the last Sullivan Room On Board, we are proud to present the Sullivan Room 16 year Anniversary Celebration! Join a selection of skilled NYC DJs as we cruise around Manhattan at Sunset with music pumping through a custom setup provided by Basicmatter. Be a part of the world renowned vibe as we celebrate 16 years as an institution incubating some of the hottest electronic music talents in NYC and beyond.
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The Scumfrog is a Dutch-American DJ/remixer/producer/artist, mostly known for his underground flavored remixes of artists like Kylie Minogue, Missy Elliott, New Order, and Annie Lennox and his collaborations writing and producing techno-oriented works with David Bowie, Cyndi Lauper, and Sting (musician). He released four full-length albums as a solo artist (Extended Engagement 2003, Simmer 2004, A Place Where We Belong 2011 and In Case We're All Still Here 2013). As a DJ, he has toured the world many times over, between 2008 and 2014 he hosted and produced the weekly radio show/podcast Glam Scum International, and in 2015 he launched a new series of club nights named M.B.T.S.(Most Below The Surface).
Sleepy & Boo
Sleepy & Boo's undying passion for underground music pervades everything they do. As DJs, this duo have become pre-eminent players in the Big Apple's dynamic music scene. They have left their mark on countless dancefloors of all shapes and sizes, rocking rooms both big and small across New York City and beyond. Their sets are all about the groove, mixing together the best tracks from across the musical spectrum, hand-selecting the choicest cuts to create an unmatched vibe and atmosphere that takes the crowd to the limit. Whether supporting some of the world's biggest DJs, or crafting their own headlining sets, Sleepy & Boo are known for their musical diversity and knack for picking the right tracks at the right moment.
As the driving force behind New York's infamous underground house music club: the Sullivan Room, SR SERGE's, (Sergei Sklyarenko) passion for cutting edge electronic music is unparalleled. He is the man who ran the show for over a decade. The result of his efforts have earned the Sullivan Room an internationally respected reputation. Weekly, DJs from across the globe performed in one of New York City’s most intimate venues, with a customized Core Audio sound system. Serge's passion for music goes beyond hosting party events. Combined with his artistic wits, he brings the same knowledge and experience to the decks as a DJ and producer. His sets are unique and splash a wide range of sounds and styles. He has moved crowds with his sound on dance floors all over the world. No matter where he plays, SR SERGE leaves the crowd wanting more.
Inspired by the belief that nothing can bring people together the way dance music can, Down Deep has been spreading their unique house sound throughout NYC and beyond for over a decade. Playing alongside some of house music's finest DJ/Producers such as http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=1075""
>Miguel Migs, http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=264""
>Danny Howells, http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=17""
>DJ Sneak, Derek Carter, http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=198""
>Fred Everything, Colette, http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=354""
>Charles Webster, and http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=583""
>Bob Sinclar, to name a few, Down Deep has shared their passion for house music with their fans at some of NYC's best venues. Included in the list are Verboten, TBA, Cielo, Sullivan Room, SRB, WIP, Le Possion Rouge, Mansion, M2, Pacha, Love, Crobar, Hudson Terrace, Le Souk, APT, and many, many more.
Growing up in the Tri-State area, Day Cart, aka Harrison Williams, was exposed to the tenacious and bustling nightlife scene that has evolved in NYC. Dance music became a firm passion of his after attending various house and techno warehouse parties that seemed to pop up like weeds, and he quickly plugged himself into the community. He spent time as the Managing Editor of Magnetic Magazine and is currently the East Coast Editor at the renowned Mixmag Magazine located in the Brooklyn office. An experienced DJ, he has held a monthly residency at one of the Lower East Side’s most attended DIY venues, http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=1405""
>Leftfield NYC, and continues to put on events dubbed Goonroom with co-founder Wig-Wam.
New York native Tristan Dominguez has been on a roll. With a slate of upcoming productions to add to his repertoire and the growing success of his podcast Oscillations, 2017 looks to be a breakthrough year. His fun and vibrant sound has enthused audiences all over New York and been a fitting companion when he’s played alongside artists like http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=338""
>John Selway, http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=25""
>Tom Middleton, http://www.mercuryserver.com/forums/djdb.php?id=445""
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>Hernan Cattaneo among others.
Deap Soma is a DJ, producer, and musician, born and raised in New York City. He’s known for mixing and producing a wide array of energetic sub-genres of house music. Deap Soma masterfully connects the dots from modern electronic based music, to ancestral dance music containing various continental, and elemental soundscapes, including organic elements from the Caribbean, Africa, and Europe, to name a few.
Max has been a frequent flyer in Brooklyn, making a name for himself with the RVDIOVCTIVE crew. Playing anything from old house records to new techno tracks, max has been turning the heads of respectable figures in the club scene, making recent debuts at clubs like Cielo & Output. You will be seeing his name for many years to come.
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