Dance.Here.Now | Alex Pearce | Cielo | May 12th

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Dance.Here.Now | Alex Pearce | Cielo | May 12th

Post by cgmusic on Thu Apr 30, 2009 7:06 am

Dance.Here.Now | Alex Pearce | Cielo | May 12th

Tues, May 12th the award winning Dance.Here.Now party is back with Cielo resident DJ Alex Pearce. Rob Fernandez, Benny Soto and Global Frequencies present to you this monthly party's first spring event of '09 at this notorious meatpacking district hotspot. Special pre party fashion show hosted by Celebrity Stylist Inoisell Miranda & Sailey William. Alex's signature style of Tech House and Electro has made his monthly events one of the hottest parties in town. Along with a steady stream of original production and re mix work out on his label this year, Pearce is the next new talent to look out for on the global stage.

Opening sets by Niki McNally and DJ Blythe

Tues, May 12th, Benny Soto and Global Frequencies Present:


featuring the sound of...


Opening Sets by Niki McNally & DJ Blythe

Hosted by Anthony Lamont

Lights by Ariel

OPEN BAR 9-10pm

18 Little West 12th Street
Door 9-4am



Residency dates:

May 12th

June 9th

July TBD

Brandishing his signature driven style of electro and tech house Alex Pearce's live performances take aspiring audiences through a musical journey. Alex's sets boast a unified sound aimed at challenging the audience's senses, and giving them an undeniable urge to dance. With an arsenal of prime mixing, programming and selection ability, Alex has earned the right to rock crowds across the East Coast and South America. During this exciting and progressing voyage Alex has also been honored to work alongside talented artist such as Sander Kleinenberg, Seb Fontaine and Behrouz. Pearce's cumulative results have garnered exceptional residencies; headlining nights at internationally recognized venues Cielo and Webster Hall in his hometown of NYC. Just as active within the production scene, Alex released "Carbon," on Spice Cadet Recordings in March and "Purpose," a collaboration with Tony Mugavero on Freq1see Records in July. Now with his Quarterlife Records imprint, Alex has an outlet for extending his lusty NYC house sound across the globe. Quarterlife Records experienced rapid action in '08 with Alex remixing an original of John Digweed protégé, Royal Sapien's original "Everything I Love is Underground"; Alex's own original release, "Dat Sound" was released on the label in mid September. Topped off with successful label and release events that have delightfully surpassed expectations. Looking ahead Alex looks to build on his current success by advancing his production and event portfolio even further.


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