Starkey – Tickets – Glasslands Gallery – Brooklyn, NY – September 7th, 2012

Starkey

Starkey

Chrissy Murderbot

Fri, September 7, 2012

Doors: 11:30 pm / Show: 11:30 pm

Glasslands Gallery

Brooklyn, NY

$12.00 - $15.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Starkey
Starkey
PJ Geissinger aka Starkey is blessed with musical arrangement skill's that would leave most composers green faced with envy. This combined with his high production ethic makes him a formidable force not only in the underground but also as a super producer of the future. Starkey is yet another example of what the streets of Philadelphia can create, his sound hits hard and is littered with bass and colourful audio frequencies. If you like grime, dubstep, hip hop and all things "street bass" then Starkey's hard edged spaced out crunk is the sound for you.

Starkey was selected by Vex'd as one of seven new DJs for Radio 1's MARY ANNE HOBBS' low end special 'Generation Bass' and was the only non-UK DJ to be chosen. He was recently chosen to create a track in the space of 2 hours live on radio 1, the track received daytime radio play and was top of the reviews list across many channels.

Starkey is also co-owner of the Seclusiasis and Slit Jockey Record labels, a member of the Trouble & Bass Crew and works hardon releasing the freshest output from around the globe, this combined with his fortnightly radio show on Sub FM has positioned him as one of the tastemakers to emerge out of the bass heavy underground.

Recent remixes include Armand Van Helden, Gorilla Zoe, Uffie, Tempa T, Zomby, Inner Party System, The Constellations, Kano and The Foals to name a few!! With production on the cards/ pitched for Missy Elliot, MIA, Britney Spears, Fatima, Dizzee and more...Move over Timbaland, Dre and Swizz beats, the future is set to be bright for Starkey!!
Chrissy Murderbot
Chrissy Murderbot
Based in Chicago, Chrissy Murderbot is physically and spiritually linked to the wellspring of house music and its myriad relatives. Untouched by commercialism's urge towards glossy, dumbed-down poptronica, Murderbot aims to incorporate the grimy textures of juke, glitch, ghettotech, whatever is being forced towards the margins for lack of compromise. The result is an almost unclassifiable but instantly familiar pan-disco vibe that instantly ensnares any dancefloor.
Venue Information:
Glasslands Gallery
289 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249
http://www.theglasslands.com/