The Sea, Corinne’s sophomore album, is out on Capitol Records on January 26, 2010.
For the twentieth and final edition of our third Hudson Series, Giant Step welcomes back the “King Of The Re-edit” — legendary New York DJ/producer, Danny Krivit. Take a look at the photos from his summer set.
The 2009 Hudson Series has truly been incredible. Join us on Monday, December 28th as we celebrate the end of the third series, which has included world-renowned DJs:
Scott Hardkiss with Bobby Harden
Miguel Migs with Lisa Shaw
Joaquin ‘Joe’ Claussell
The Martinez Brothers
Turntables On The Hudson and Melting Pot Global
7-11pm, 21+ with ID
This Tuesday, December 22nd, VTech Presents Plug Research TwentyTen, an evening in LA with one of the heaviest line ups this year. A combination of vision and audio artistry, this showcase offers a taste of Plug Research’s soon-to-be released menu of musical delights. Featured performers include Bilal, Exile & DJ Day ft. Blu, Milosh, Om’mas Keith, Shafiq Husayn, with DJ sets from Daedelus, J. Rocc, & Kutmah. All hosted by Pharoahe Monch, with special surprise guests. Tweet us up for free tickets! @GiantStep
21+ | 8PM-2AM
$10 Limited Presale Tickets via ticketweb
The Spy From Cairo is secretly Moreno Visini, the artist formerly known as Zeb, who’s reimerged with a new album, Secretly Famous. An effort by The Spy From Cairo to consolidate as much Middle Eastern music as possible, every track focuses on a particular style of music from the Arab countries – all with his signature Afro, Dub and electronic stylings – from the fierce sounds of the Mizmar and Nay in “Nayphony” (which is an adaptation of traditional Jordanian music) to “Ana Arabi,” a song about being an Arab (not a terrorist) with beautifully sung lyrics by Ghalia Benali.
The Spy from Cairo – Jennaty ft. Ghalia Benali