Nov.30th. The Cityfox Experience New York

Cityfox, the Zurich based label, production crew and renowned club, with support from listed Productions, goes all out to bring their magic to New York City. Combining their sophisticated and sultry brand of house and tech-house with incredible production values, they will create a full on sensory event for the audience.

Join Cityfox and listed at a secret location in Manhattan on November 30, for 11 of Zurich and NYC’s finest acts, two levels of music, 24 speaker 3D sound, The City Forest installation by Phoenix (a unique twist on his Desert Forest), visual art by Zurich based Dario Desiena, light art by San Francisco based Mark Slee, among many other details for a night you won’t soon forget.

Mark Henning (live)
Digitaline (live)
Markus Lindner
MC&Hammer (live/hybrid)
Naveen G
Mike Khoury
Mark Slee

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Required Reading. RA’s Clubbing in Shanghai

Required Reading. Resident Advisor’s Clubbing in Shanghai

The Chinese metropolis has never had a club culture before, but as RA’s Sanjay Fernandes explains, that’s slowly changing. There are many cities around the world whose character isn’t in keeping with their broader country. In China, this is undoubtedly Shanghai—where both the megatropolis and the vibe are so unique that culture shock affects both domestic and foreign visitors.

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FLASHBACK<< Marshall Jefferson. Love Parade 2001

Straight from the archives of RedBull Elektropedia Belgium. A retro house Love Parade mix from the master Marshal Jefferson. Widely regarded as the Godfather of house music, it is unsurprising that Marshall’s “Move Your Body” is also dubbed as “The House Music Anthem”.

Marshall Jefferson is one of the founding fathers of house music as it is known today. Born in Chicago in 1959, Marshall was a central figure in the development of the Chicago house scene and produced seminal house anthems including Move Your Body, 7 Ways To Jack and Open Our Eyes. He has worked with the best in the business, from fellow founding father Frankie Knuckles to Roy Davis Jr., Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, Felix Da Housecat and Lil Louis. Marshall has had a leading hand in the growth of the acid and deep house movements. His impact is so great that he continues to break boundaries and disprove all those predicting the end of house music.