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3Bridge Records presents: inTRANSIT 2.6

TBA Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY, US

February 6, 2016 @ 10:00 pm

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February is for lovers.

Follow your infatuation to TBA Brooklyn for the next installment of 3Bridge Records presents: inTRANSIT. We will also be celebrating the release of Eric Shans' new EP "Gone Away"

Deep Woods (3Bridge Records)
Eric Shans (3Bridge Records)
LGR (3Bridge Records)
Joe Foxton (Fiction)

TBA Brooklyn
395 Wythe Ave


Deep Woods (3Bridge Records): Since the 1990's Greg Cuoco aka Deep Woods has been cultivating his sound from New York City's many environments. Residing in Brooklyn where a vast series of urban landscapes bring forth many different feelings and emotions has allowed Deep Woods to incorporate these elements into his music. Native to NYC, he has combined the experience of NYC in the 1990′s and today into sonic soundscapes that evoke emotion on the dance floor. Influenced by the soul, funk & disco of the 70′s and the house music of the 90′s, Deep Woods has unleashed a signature sound DJing in clubs since 1990 both in NYC and abroad. Always evolving, the sound of a Deep Woods production has changed over the years transporting you to a deep, rhythmic, mysterious forest the resides within your mind and your soul. https://soundcloud.com/deep-woods

Eric Shans (3Bridge Records): A Brooklyn-based DJ/Producer and the creative director of 3Bridge Records, Eric Shans has been making music for almost 15 years. He has always been influenced by melodic, dreamy, sounds which have a smoldering surface of grit and dirt underneath, and his productions reflect this. With 3 Phenotract albums under his belt, and many other tracks produced under his own name, he strives to make music that pushes the envelope both with sound design and creativity. His DJing style is also an embodiment of this- paradoxically combining the dreamy and the dirty with the light and the dark; creating a soundtrack to move your feet, but also your heart. https://soundcloud.com/eric-shans

LGR (3Bridge Records): New to the New York scene, LGR- aka Luis Ascencio- no stranger to filling dance floors. Based in Brooklyn, NY- LGR was born and raised in Mexico. There, he spent many nights in the legendary Guadalajara nightclub- Bar Americas- learning from a pool of great artists in the underground scene. LGR has shared the decks with names like Luis Flores, Alex Di Stefano, Norbert Davenport and Gabriel Sordo. In the booth, he combines his uniquely textured, darker-leaning productions with his energetic personality- creating influential techno and minimal soundscapes perfect in both warehouse and intimate spaces. https://soundcloud.com/l-g-r

Joe Foxton (Fiction NYC): Joe Foxton is on a never ending quest to find those special, avant garde tracks that test the boundaries of what dance music can be. He is an after-hours and back room specialist. You won't find him rocking big velvet rope dancefloors or seeking the dj-rockstar spotlight. His real passion lies in coaxing jaded dance music veterans to lose themselves to hypnotic grooves and unique instrumentation. Foxton has played alongside the likes of Vincenzo, Pezzner, The Drifter, Patrick Chardronnet, Sammy Dee, and is now one of the most in-demand DJs in the NYC underground. In late 2014, Foxton founded Fiction, a series of concept events in intimate venues around NYC, with his partner in crime Steve Graham. Fiction is an attempt to merge the most gourmet dance music the world has to offer with theatrical production in comfortable, “adults only” environments. Since the late 90s, Foxton has amassed a vast and varied collection of unusual techno and house, and has played under various monikers (Jaux Pas, Module, Magnus) from his home town of Sydney, to Tel Aviv, to Burning Man and various underground festivals, to his adopted home of Brooklyn. https://soundcloud.com/jauxpas


February 6, 2016
10:00 pm
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TBA Brooklyn
395 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249 United States


TBA Brooklyn


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