Old New York techno meets new New York techno in a pre-Halloween showdown. Frankie Bones and his Storm Rave parties were largely responsible for importing rave from the UK to the New World in the early ’90s; he and Heather Hart (along with his brother and her boyfriend, Adam X) ran the now-defunct Sonic Groove record store. Mike Servito is one of Ghostly International’s bright young things, while former Halcyon soldier Anthony Parasole co-runs the ever-excellent House-n-Home parties and the Deconstruct label. With Mike Bryant, Leks the Imposter vs. Ampd, a costume contest, and a second roomful of as-yet-unannounced DJs.
Fri., Oct. 30, 10 p.m., 2009
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 27, 2009