House-N-Home featuring Move D

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    Lineup

    Move D (Smallville, Source | Hamburg), Anthony Parasole (Deconstruct, Novel Sound, Underground Quality, Halcyon | NYC), Spinoza (Bunker, Beyond | NYC)
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  • House-n-Home is a back to basics loft party with amazing talent, a sound system that will make your head spin, cheap drinks, and the kind of vibe we feel is sadly missing in the NYC electronic music community at the moment. The first two House-N-Home parties brought out a nice cross section of the house community, the dancers scene, and the afterhours techno heads, and everyone left happy. While David Moufang, better known as Move D, is a true veteran electronic musician, 2008 was probably his biggest break out year to date. Interestingly, this is not because he has changed his sound to keep up with current trends, but rather because the brand of deep spacey house he's been plugging away at all along finally became very popular. David has been making electronic music since 1992, and is perhaps best known for his collaborations with Pete Namlook, Spacetime Continuum, and more recently Benjamin Brunn, who he made the mind blowing "Songs from the Beehive" album with in 2008 (which was ranked #2 album of the year by Resident Advisor). If you are unfamiliar with his music, be sure to check out the live and DJ set below. We are thrilled to present an extended DJ set from Move D at House-N-Home. Anthony Parasole has been having a really big year. He launched the Deconstruct record label with Levon Vincent, and will be a recording artist on Levon's Novel Sound label. NS-01 by Levon Vincent and Jus Ed has already sold out of it's first pressing, and immediately put the label on the map, being charted by Marcel Dettmann, Shed, and Jan Krueger. The first record on Anthony's own Deconstruct label sold out almost immediately, and has stores like Hardwax in Berlin clamoring for more. Trust us, you will be hearing a lot about these labels in 2009, and you'll probably be hearing a bunch of the unreleased tracks in Anthony's set tonight. In 2009, you'll be hearing Anthony play at Made Events' new Save The Cannibals party, where he's opening for Cassy on Valentine's Day. Bryan Kasenic (aka Spinoza) is known in the electronic music world for throwing many successful parties, playing adventurous DJ sets, launching an influential newsletter, and starting Beyond, his own booking agency. His set at the Resolute party thrown for Derek Plaslaiko's birthday floored everyone still in attendance, and kept the party rocking well past it's scheduled stop time with everyone dying for more at the end. His DJ sets this year have been rare, but always a special treat. Best known for throwing the weekly Bunker party for almost 6 years now, Bryan has a ton of experience throwing loft parties and afterhours as well.
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