By Michael Musto
Hookup apps will be the rage, but offer people a great beat to dancing to, and theyвЂ™ll still line as much as party down.
Proof comes Friday nights at Flash Factory, a nightclub in Chelsea with a church theme, that includes pews and glass that is stained. Standing in the D.J. that is dramatically large booth spinning a hypnotic mixture of home, electro and techno beats are Will Automagic and Nita Aviance, better known by their phase title, the Carry country.
On a current Friday, the D.J. duo had been wearing black tees while they surveyed the 30-something crowd of mostly homosexual guys, increasing their fists and grinding from the loaded party flooring for LadyfagвЂ™s popular Battle Hymn celebration.
вЂњWhatвЂ™s unique so we have our feet in separate generations of New York and are able to pull from all of that influence,вЂќ said Mr. Aviance, who is 36 about us is thereвЂ™s a little bit of an age difference.
They cull their music on the internet, record promos and from songs delivered by producer buddies. Continue reading “The Carry Country, a Downtown D.J. Duo, Drums Up a beat that is hypnotic”