Less With John Selway & Dave Turov

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    • 152 Orchard St; New York, NY 10002; United States
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    Sat, 1 Nov 200811pm - 4am
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    Special guests: John Selway (CSM, Selway Music, New York) Dave Turov (CSM, M-Inc, Berlin) Residents: Eddie Krilov, Igal, Vadim
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  • About John Selway: From the early 90's to the present, John Selway has built a high quality catalog of productions, both on his own and as a collaborator in various artist and label projects. From his first electronic band Chaotic Sound Matrix, to his major contributions to the early productions of Deep Dish; from his first success in the techno world as part of the seminal New York duo Disintegrator to the most successful of his collaborations, Smith & Selway, and his deep and minimal techno label CSM; from the intelligent electro-funk of Synapse and Serotonin Records, the electro and synth-pop of Memory Boy to the wild improvisational eclecticism of the Rancho Relaxo Allstars, Selway has created one of the most stylistically wide ranging bodies of work in the world of electronic dance music. About Dave Turov: Born in Uzbekistan and raised 1980's Brooklyn immigrant style, east-west transitions and ghetto blasters where a way of life for Dave Turov. He had some success with rock bands in the 1990's, but eventually was deeply inspired by the scene at Twilo: people like Jeff Mills, Richie Hawtin, and John Selway opened doors via that sound system from which there was no return. Consulting for software companies by day, the next few years were spent DJing techno and electro in NYC by night while studying the cycles of music, scene, and city. The next step was producing events under the Muzzy moniker with help from Abe Duque, Frankie Bones, Adam X, Heather Heart, Traxx, Dinky, Magda, and Stewart Walker to help hold up techno and electro in NYC. 2003 was the time for relocation to Berlin Germany where a centralizing electronic music community, an east-west culture, and several music technology companies were thriving. With transition came new inspiration from a variety of sources. Now, with NYC compatriot John Selway, CSM Records was re-launched in Europe on which original music and remix work flowed. In conjunction with CSM, the M party series (M-ittwoch + Mamstag) started in 2005 showcasing talent like Dan Bell, Luciano, Zip, Jay Haze, and many others lending their sound for M in venues like WMF and Watergate.
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