Girls & Boys ft Ummet Ozcan Goshfather & Jinco, Alex English, Dali, Hiyawatha
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Girls & Boys ft Ummet Ozcan Goshfather & Jinco, Alex English, Dali, Hiyawatha
By DoubleD
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2015-02-06 22:00:00
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Starts: 06.02.2015 22:00
Ends: 07.02.2015 04:00
Location:
Webster Hall
125 East 11th Street
NY 10003 New York
United States
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4 Floors of Sound 

The Grand Ballroom + Balcony: 
GIRLS+BOYS w Ummet Ozcan, Goshfather & Jinco plus residents Alex English + DJ Dali + Hiywataha 

The Marlin Room: 
Sean Sharp + DJ Giovanni + Special guests 
(Hip Hop, Top 40, Mashups) 
 

DOORS: 10PM AGE: 19+ 

For General inquiries please call (212) 353-1600 or email info@websterhall.com 

* In order to maintain an uncluttered environment and for the comfort of our guests, we suggest backpacks and large bags be left at home. If you must bring them, they are subject to search and required to be checked. 

[VIP TABLE RESERVATIONS & PARTY PACKAGES

For VIP inquiries please call (917) 302-0847 or email vip@websterhall.com 

Girls & Boys

Girls & Boys
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Without doubt the biggest electronic party in New York city is Girls and Boys - the 2000+ people party that features some of the biggest and most cutting edge names in dance music such as MSTRKRFT, Justice, deadmau5, Simian Mobile Disco, Vitalic, A-Trak, Crookers, Bloody Beetroots, Boys Noize, Rusko, Neon Indian and many, many more. Every Friday for well over a year, the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall has been transformed into a packed room of electro kids, hands in the air in appreciation of the throbbing distorted bass and electronic beats that have altered the landscape of dance music in America over the last few years.

Ummet Ozcan

Ummet Ozcan
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In an age where very few Artists break the mold and truly shine through as innovative artists, Dutch/Turkish star Ummet Ozcan is consistently reinventing dance music and raising the bar in every way. With Holland at the epicentre of contemporary dance music, Ummet reflects on the infectious nature of the genre saying, “The EDM scene has been very big there since I was a teenager. We’ve had dance music playing on radio stations for over 20 years now.”
Indeed, growing up in the midst of this movement has been a great inspiration to Ozcan who is now at the forefront of this global phenomenon. Since achieving his first major success in 2011 with “Reboot,” which spent 7 weeks at #1 on Beatport, the veteran DJ’s handful of major hits have been sampled in his peers’ radio podcasts and played at festival mainstages all over the world. 

The seasoned artists speaks from experience, when he says, “Producing and DJing belong together; you make something in the studio and test it out in a show. DJing is fun, but producing is something I can do all my life and is the thing I started out with.” 

Ozcan’s original pieces from 2014, “Smash!“ and “Raise Your Hands” have become instantaneous hits, racking up millions of YouTube views while his collaborations with R3HAB and Nervo on “Revolution” premiered at #1 on Beatport and his joint effort with W&W on “The Code” was one of the most played tracks during Ultra Festival 2013.

It’s no surprise that he’s an in-demand talent who’s playing to an international market with gigs at world-renowned clubs and festivals like EDC, Tomorrowland, and Global Gathering and at clubs like Avalon, Ruby Skye, Ministry of Sound and more. Despite his skyrocketing fame, the all-star headliner stays humble and focused, “I don’t care for the fame, I care more about the hard work that goes into music making. I started making music because it was my passion and my hobby.” 

Still, the perserverance hasn’t gone unnoticed – by garnering support from a broad array of the world’s top jocks like Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, David Guetta, Avicii, Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki and Sander van Doorn, Ummet Ozcan has solidified his position at the forefront of all-star EDM Producers. 

Ummet is known as well for his softsynth and soundbank design for well established music software houses like Rob Papen (Albino, Predator) and Acces Music (Virus). In between shows and studio jobs he is developing music software for the producers community that will pave the way for a fresh new musical experience in EDM. 

Alex English

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DJ/promoter Alex English is a mainstay on the New York club scene. The co-creator of Girls & Boys at Webster Hall, English (who hails from Houston, by the way) has booked everyone from Skrillex to A-Trak to Steve Aoki to play his popular night. Since he keeps such good musical company, it’s no surprise that he’s also quite the DJ, rocking dance floors with his seamless mixing skills.

Dali

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Dali is a well known figure in underground culture for almost two decades. NYC is home and you can catch him at legendary Webster Hall on a weekly basis for the Girls & Boys event. Dali is also the owner of Groove Therapy Records a very well known underground label in electronic culture. In the last two years he has shared the main stage with some of the biggest acts today in EDM . 

Hiyawatha

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Resident DJ of TRIBES NY and Girls & Boys at Webster Hall

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