Remedy is taking over the Bad Room again, celebrating the first release from our very own Maroje T. Due on vinyl this December, “Sweaty Fingers” marks the launch of Chem Club Records from The Shuffle Co-Op, Oakland’s stellar party crew. This release frames both the pumping and heady tones that Maroje features in his live and DJ sets, with a drummed up remix from John Barera.
Heavily influenced by metal and punk when growing up in socialist Europe, Maroje weaves his sets together through distorted drums and texture. His sets have stood next to the likes of the headliners he’s played along with.
John Barera has been a firm disciple of the House and Techno world for the past ten years. After co-founding Supply Records in 2011 has brought an elegant, resoundingly universal mixture of underground club tracks to the fore. John currently holds a residency at Boston’s long-running Make it New party, and at Bossa Nova Civic Club’s Jack Dept. night in Brooklyn.
Rounding out the night will be Remedy’s Amourette and Jen Orlando.
Remedy parties are carefully choreographed, intimate Brooklyn gatherings catering to the music heads and dancefloor, alike. Remedy has hosted the likes of Zenker Brothers, Recondite, Claude Young, Eric Cloutier and other innovative DJs and producers.