John Roberts (Live)
In 2008 John Roberts was asked by Carsten Jost, Pantha Du Prince and Lawrence to be the first american artist on the influential german Dial Records imprint. His releases for Dial and sister label Laid have all received major accolades for their distinct and refined aesthetic. Roberts currently lives in Berlin and performs regularly in Europe's preeminent clubs.
Judge Wise (Brooklyn Bass)
Judge Wise is also an editor of Brooklyn Bass and resident of their monthly Cameo Gallery parties. An avid tinkerer and sound design lover, he plays host to teaching at Dubspot in manhattan as well. Whether it’s playing tracks from favorites like I:Cube or Pittsburgh Track Authority, Judge Wise is consistent in mixing sets of Deep House and Garage as well as the occasional Disco tune.
Co-creator/editor of Brooklyn Bass: You've probably seen this six-foot tall taco-loving Aquarius at the monthly Cameo party he hosts with co-editors Judge Wise and Evan Michael, opening for artists like Juan Atkins, Machinedrum, Sepalcure, Juan Maclean, Slow Hands, Madteo or Anthony Naples. Expect a timeless techno/house/garage smashup that is sure to get feet stomping.
During a nomadic childhood, Evan Michael experienced an array of music scenes across the nation that inspired his earliest music efforts. A summer abroad in Madrid, however, served as a catalyst for Evan's foray into club culture and electronic music.
After joining Boston's DJ circuit, Evan went on to settle in Brooklyn, where a rich and diverse underground community helped fuel his passion for creating original productions. As a promoter, nightlife curator of Cameo (one of the borough's beloved nightclubs) and editor of Brooklyn Bass, Evan is adept not only at understanding the music industry but also at constructing a proper dance floor gathering, as evidenced in his own sets and original productions.
Inspired by the sounds of retro disco, classic house and funk labels like Tabu, Dance Mania and Prelude, Evan is continuously driven to incorporate small elements of the past and molding them into new and interesting ways in his own work.