Thursday 02nd July 2015,

110.FM Presents: Body Science at Pianos Thursday, January 24th

On Thursday, January 24th 110.FM will be hosting a Thursday night dance retreat in the Lower East Side. Body Science at Pianos is the natural successor to 2012’s !ALARMA! parties, but here, we are switching up the format from strictly tropical vibes to a global bass free-for-all. From top 40 remixes to experimental edits, Cabo Blanco, Skinny Friedman and Tear Drop will touch genres like moombahton, trap, deep house, R&B and more. Hit the skip for information on these three DJs. (Facebook page here.)

Cabo Blanco

New York’s Cabo Blanco makes tracks that are a dedicated blend of deep, ghetto and tropical bass. He’s also one of the resident DJ’s for 110.FM’s ¡ALARMA! party in NYC, where he commands entire parties with a thumbstick and CDJ’s.

Since spring, Cabo has been flooding SoundCloud and dance blogs with remixes, edits and more. He’s released two jukey refixes of Usher’s “Climax” and “What Happened to U,” experimented with trap structures on “Sanctuary,” and sunk into deep R&B vibes on his edit of Disclosure’s “Boiling.” But tracks cerca the 110 BPM range are his specialty, Cabo’s remix of Jai Paul’s “Jasmine” for So Emotional considered the overall favorite at that tempo. – www.110.FM

Skinny Friedman

With a decade of experience and moderate ADHD, Skinny Friedman’s trademark is his ability to span genres in both his sets and his production. His Trap Rave and Trap Rave 2.0 EP’s, which weave trap rap and dubstep wobbles into the quickly-growing moombahton genre, have seen support from Diplo, Sinden, Starkey, Nick Catchdubs, Dave Nada, DJ Ayres and Dillon Francis. His mixes have been heard on Shade45, Scion Radio, Discobelle and through DJ Shadow’s (now-defunct) Quanuum Projects label. –

Tear Drop

Within New York, I have deejayed in local arts Cafe’s (La Pregunta, located on 135th and Amsterdam), trendy club spots (Gold Bar, Former Club Amazon [Now known as Santos Party House]), and various college campuses (SUNY Cortlant, CUNY City, St. Francis College, to name a few). I have also deejayed other campuses outside of New York, including Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

I am an open format DJ, mixing all genres in all languages. From Kuduro, to Hip-Hop, Reggae to Bachata, enjoying to art of playing and mixing music as a whole. –

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