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DJ Eco
Nov 8th, 2006, 05:30
Strobe Life NYC in association with Massive NYC present to you.....



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MARTIN ROTH
http://www.martinroth.net :: Vandit :: Lunatique :: Overdose :: Connected DJs
Martin Roth's ascent through the ranks of trance music's biggest stars has been somewhat meteoric. In the past year and a half, his remixes for Paul Van Dyk on "The Other Side", Thrillseekers on "By your Side", Keane's "Last Time", Tillman Uhrmacher on "The Pride In Your Eyes", Jose Amnesia vs. Serp's "Second Day", Chakra's "Love Shines Through", Blank & Jones on "Perfect Silence", "Catch", and "Mind of the Wonderful", Marninx on "Intuition", as well as the upcoming remixes for DJ Eco's soon-to-be-released EP with "Paradise Now" and "Light At The End" have all pricked the ears of every major DJ, A&R guru and trance music follower across the globe. The thirty one year old Frankfurt based DJ/producer made his breakthrough in the trance scene over two years ago with a remake of Cygnus X's classic track "The Orange Theme", receiving huge coverage from the major DJs. Around the same time, Paul Van Dyk discovered Martin's track "Energize", released under the project name Technopunk and remixed it for his own label Vandit, resulting in a huge amount of interest in Martin's productions. Martin was then asked by Paul to remix another track Jose Amnesia vs. Serp's "Second Day" for his Vandit which went on to become another successful release. Promos of Martin's single "Shockwaves" on his own label Lunatique Records received huge responses from the leading DJs and Martin's reputation as a seriously consistent producer continued to build. Behind the DJ booth, the same natural talent is purveyed. Using a combination of vinyl, CD decks and the revolutionary Ableton Live software allows Martin to blur the borders between DJing and live performances, creating a unique experience for the crowds who travel to see him perform. But Martin isn't such a newbie as you might think. If you dig a little deeper you'll find the man behind many successful projects under many different aliases spanning many genres confirmed his great versatility as an artist and accumulating over quarter of a million vinyl sales over the past decade. Fans of harder edged music will remember Martin as one of the key elements in the global success of German label and Scot Project associated concept Overdose Recordings, where Martin achieved admirable success under aliases including DJ Wag, Y.O.M.C, DJ Overdog and Yakooza. With his own name now set as his main pseudonym firmly established as hot future trance phenomenon, Martin is looking forward to great success in 2006 and 2007 with UK DJ performances already lined up for superclubs including Godskitchen, The Gallery and Passion and international tours in Australia, across Asia, North America and across East & Central Europe the future looks very promising for trance's man of the moment. Number two DJ in the world Armin Van Buuren says of Martin, "Ever since I got a bootleg mix of Keane I've been a big fan of Martin's sound. It's still trance but for grown ups. A big sound for big floors!" Paul Van Dyk, the world's number one DJ says, "Martin Roth is one of the few German artists with a continuous output of the highest level of creativity"

DJ ECO (opening set)
http://www.myspace.com/djeco :: Lunatique :: Monoceros :: Strobe Life NYC


TIMMY REGISFORD (afterhours from 4AM-noon)
http://www.clubshelter.com :: Club Shelter NYC




THE BASS.MENT (hosted by Massive NYC)

RYAN TYAS
http://www.ryantyas.com :: People NYC
DEEPSPELL
http://www.deepspell.com :: People NYC
CHRIS LUZZ
http://www.chrisluzz.com



Club Shelter NYC aka The Standard
150 Varick Street (take the C, E, and A-after-10 trains to Spring St. or the 1 train to Houston)
18+ to enter/21+ to drink
Doors from 10PM until noon
$20 online tickets/$25 at the door




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ONLINE TICKETS AVAILABLE. CLICK HERE OR THE FLYER TO BUY REDUCED ADMISSION PRESALE TICKETS! (http://www.nightlifehelp.com/events_mrshelter.php)

Van Deka
Nov 8th, 2006, 06:58
i wish i could join you there, not 21 yet :( 8( :(
but i cant wait to see the track list for it if you would post it

Dan
Nov 8th, 2006, 07:03
looks amazing, ill try to let a few friends know in NY about this. :)
w00t

D-rath-LA-
Nov 8th, 2006, 18:38
Looks likea nice event

DJ Eco
Nov 9th, 2006, 03:46
i wish i could join you there, not 21 yet :( 8( :(
but i cant wait to see the track list for it if you would post it




read closer :super: 18+ to enter..... 21+ to drink! :) better see u there!