French Kiss presents All Night Long with Danny Krivit

Friday, January 9
10:00 pm


98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11222



Music by


All Night Long

Danny Krivit [718 Sessions, Body& Soul]

In the Bad Room

Nikola Baytala (Halcyon, Output)
Ray Zuniga (Touch of Class records)
Join us on Friday, January 9th as we usher in the New Year with our very special guest and NYC’s own Danny Krivit (718 Sessions). It is our honor to have him play ALL NIGHT LONG for us. Don’t miss out!

::::::: Danny Krivit :::::::

By 1970 Danny was already a vinyl junkie & an amateur DJ, But DJ’ing as a profession wasn’t realized until 1971, after another neighbor/friend of Danny’s (Vice President of Polydor Records) introduced Danny to one of his artists – none other than the legendary James Brown, who gave Danny white-label promo copies of his “Get on the Good foot” and “Think” by Lynn Collins.


::::::: Nikola Baytala :::::::
San Francisco DJ Nikola Baytala has become a crucial component of the minimal-techno collective known as Kontrol. But don’t typecast him as a one-dimensional droid with a M-nus Records logo tattoo. He’s been exploring the upper echelons of the techno/house continuum since the
early ’90s (including the last 10 years at The Top, a weekly event hosted by S.W.A.T., aka Special Weapons and Tactics), gaining a reputation as a DJ’s DJ, with acclaim coming from house-music legends like Derrick Carter and Doc Martin.


::::::: Ray Zuniga :::::::
Ray Zuniga, one-half of Signal Flow and co-owner/founder of Touch of Class Records is a gentleman on a mission. Fresh from Berlin, for the past year Ray has made Brooklyn his home. Here he has had the opportunity to build a strong music network, establish a Panther Room/Output residency, and has also been able to help expand the TOC family worldwide. Ray keeps busy touring the U.S. and Europe on behalf of Signal Flow/TOC. When he is not playing gigs you can catch him in their Brooklyn studio, which he shares with his fellow TOC family.


Buy your ticket before January 3rd for $10 Tier 1 pricing. Tickets go up to $15 on January 3rd, and will be $20 at the door.