House of Yes & Ministry of Sound present Candyland with Joey Negro (All Night Long) – March 31st

House of Yes and Ministry of Sound present CANDYLAND with disco and house legend Joey Negro on Friday, March 31st. The night is guaranteed to shine a candy-colored glow and transport guests to a world filled with sweet treats, irresistible temptations, and countless candy bites.

Established in 1991 and managing its own record labels and artists, touring events, and longstanding London nightclub for over 25 years, the world’s biggest dance music brand, Ministry of Sound joins forces exclusively with Brooklyn’s favorite and most elaborate nightclub House of Yes for a series of upcoming events.

As the second collaborative event between the venerable UK brand and Brooklyn creative powerhouse and performing arts space, Ministry of Sound is also expanding its reach to eight North American cities beyond New York to include: Miami, Washington D.C., Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver and Austin.

“We are excited to partner up exclusively with House of Yes for our NYC events. Their creativity and over-the-top theatrics and performances immediately put them on our radar. They are the perfect complement to our dedication to dance music and producing quality events. We’re excited to make our mark in Brooklyn and reintroduce Ministry of Sound to new audiences.” – Josh Karpf, Ministry of Sound (Senior Events Account Manager)

With a legacy in the British house music scene that dates back to the early 90s and has seen him take on a plethora of different monikers, Joey Negro (aka Dave Lee) has done it all as a masterful producer, remixer, DJ and label head of Z Records. As one of the first producers to incorporate disco samples into house music, his signature style of house has led to Top 40 hits and the status of an established tastemaker within the genre. With his extensive knowledge and deep understanding as a selector of the dancefloor, Joey Negro’s sets reflect his absolute love for all things soulful and house and range from rare disco and house to deep, tech selections.

Sweetening the disco-infused house beats, House of Yes will transform into the candy-coated world of every sugar fanatic’s dream. With mouth-watering temptations for every sweet-tooth around every corner, House of Yes invites guests to enter the Candyland Factory in their very brightest and tasty looks. Revellers can indulge in cotton candy treats, partake in piñatas breaking games, and more for a sugar-fueled high on the dancefloor.

Friday, March 31
House of Yes and Ministry of Sound present
Joey Negro (All Night Long)

House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237
AdvanceTickets on Eventbrite | 21+

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Le Youth – Walk Away

LA-based DJ and producer Le Youth returns with ‘Walk Away,’ the third record on his burgeoning label ‘Homewerk’. ‘Walk Away’ is a signature effort from the California native, maintaining a nuanced glint of disco bred nostalgia, while drawing in modern dance fans with its euphoric deep house chords, lush piano stabs and sultry vocals taken from Paula DeAnda’s 2006 R&B smash “Walk Away.”

Serving as a perfect early spring anthem, ‘Walk Away’ features expertly chopped vocals, impossibly catchy piano riffs and a powerful top line. A classic warped Le Youth vocal carries the track, injecting a relatable and immediately uplifting energy. ‘Walk Away’ continues the string of high grade output from the producer, following hits ‘Me Without You’ and ‘If You’re Leaving’ which have helped Le Youth maintain more than a million streams a month on Spotify.

With multiple releases lined up via his label ‘Homewerk’, along with upcoming show and tour announcements, fans can expect a massive 2017 from the West Coast producer. Scheduled to embark on an extensive tour through May, Le Youth will bring his 90’s influenced sound, and unique aesthetic from California to Colombia and beyond. Follow Le Youth via his socials in order to stay up to date with all his upcoming gigs and tracks.

Tour Dates
3/10/2017 – Avalon Hollywood – Los Angeles, CA
3/11/2017 – Bang Bang San Diego – San Diego, CA
3/26/2016 – Cle Nightclub – Houston, TX

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Almost 2 years after his last release on the label with ‘Gipsy Life’, ‘Genie’ marks Busy P’s 6th release on and return to Ed Banger records. Recorded between Threesome Studio in Paris and Mayer’s studio in LA, the groove laden and infectious love song sees Busy P partners up with long-time friend, Mayer Hawthorne.

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Press play, close your eyes, and ask yourself, “Am I in the VIP of Studio 54, or am I blasting the future of disco from my computer speakers?” You’re listening to The Kisser’s debut for Arkade, “Risqué.”

We can tell you this. He’s a producer from France. He’s not bound to any genre conventions. He’s ready to ignite a new dance floor revolution evocative of the genre’s hottest era, yet firmly steeped in the 21st century. Think Giorgio Moroder for the Snapchat age, and you’re halfway there.

Pucker up and feel the love all over again like never before….

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