Published on July 17th, 2012 | by Ilenia Cangelosi1
Preview: Dance.Here.Now. with Cevin Fisher & D.Ramirez at Cielo NYC – 7/19/12
New York City was built on house music, and Cevin Fisher and D.Ramirez helped build this city. Join Dance.Here.Now., Benny Soto, and Rob Promotions for another Thursday night filled with some of the finest house music New York City’s Meatpacking District has ever heard. East coast house music maven, Cevin Fisher returns to Cielo NYC to play alongside the revoltingly funky sounds of D.Ramirez. These two together are sure to ‘Fire Up’ Little West 12th street this upcoming Thursday, July 19th, 2012.
In the mid 90′s, Danny Tenaglia once told him to “go out and make it on his own in this industry”, and Cevin Fisher did just that. After countless remixes to superstar names like Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones, and KCB; Cevin Fisher is now a household name to any tasteful house music devotee. Cevin has produced a handful of top-of-the-chart ‘house anthems’ such as “The Way We Used To”, “Down In My Soul”, “You Got Me Burning Up” and “House is a Feeling”, flooding major record labels Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Big Love, Star 69, Nite Grooves, and truly defining an era of house music. He broke his own barriers in the late 90′s and is one of the names that molded the New York City underground with unforgettable tracks like “Women Beat Their Men” as well as “The Freaks Come Out”. Both tracks immediately captivated dance-floors across the US, leading to Cevin’s stature skyrocketing to the top of the U.S. and UK dance charts. Multiple Cevin Fisher productions were featured on major artist albums including Sasha & Digweed, David Morales, Carl Cox, and Sven Vath. He helped define New York City’s house music scene during its upright growth and Fisher continues to dominate his pioneering position in 2012 collaborating with Chus and Ceballos to produce “Lost In Music”, Tiger Stripes “It All Comes Back”, and many more. He is sure to make the walls of Cielo NYC rupture this Thursday night playing alongside another defiantly deviating DJ and producer, D.Ramirez.
D.Ramirez was one of the first EDM artists to define ‘electro-house’ and he refuses to conform to the mainstream. With an upbeat, kinky, unconventional take on electronic-house music, D.Ramirez has delivered a plentiful number of Top 20 hits including fan favorites “Colombian Soul” and “8 Bit Trumpit”, played in top venues around the globe, and he has an electro-tecktonic sound all his own. His original track “Get Down” invaded dance floors around the world and is still one of the top electro-house tracks that DJ’s feed into their sets along with Bodyrox remix “Yeah Yeah”, which gained Ramirez an Ivor Novello nomination. D.Ramirez has received countless awards for his productions and remixes and he continues to deliver some of the freshest, jaunty house syncs and synths that dancers amok love. Together with Cevin Fisher, Meatpacking party-goers are expectantly ready to Dance.Here.Now. this Thursday to some good old, loud, bawdy house music. Be sure to purchase advanced tickets or get on the guest list by clicking here.
Article by: Ilenia Cangelosi
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Ilenia Cangelosi Ilenia Cangelosi is a native New Yorker with a passionate "MBA" in Electronic Dance Music. A long time connoisseur of dance music having been exposed to New York City nightlife at a young age, Ilenia loves everything EDM from Trance, Minimal, Techno, House, Drum&Bass and all things world festivals. Follow Ilenia (@miSziLenia) on Twitter & Instagram to stay up to date on the latest & greatest in all things EDM!