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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Junior's Nervous Breakdown (album)


Junior's Nervous Breakdown (album)

With the collapse of Twilo, Vasquez began a new Sunday morning after-hours residency which is named "Earth" at the highest capacity club space in New York City, Exit Nightclub. Vasquez gig on earth ended without fanfare in 2002. In later years, he held shorter-lived residencies at various clubs in New York, including discos, Sound Factory (so named by Richard Grant who still has legal rights to the name and opened in a new space located in Manhattan's Hell Kitchen section Shortly after the closure of the original site), Pacha (which opened at the site where the factory is a new voice after standing), Spirit (which opened in the space where the former Twilo once operated), and The Roxy.
In 2010 Vasquez held residencies at Club Love in NYC's West Village where he hosted a successful bi-monthly Sunday afternoon parties known as the Sunday Mass, and occasional involvement in Cielo (a small bar in the Meat Packing District of Manhattan). In 2011 he continued to spin on the show occasionally at various places around the world.
In addition to working as a DJ and remixer, he has co-produced albums for John Mellencamp, For Real, Lisa Lisa, Cyndi Lauper, among others, and individual LP tracks for Madonna, Cher, Wild Orchid, Kristine W, and others. Junior, along with JuniorVasquezMusic record label, is also known for introducing new artists, including a lot of crossover singer, dance / pop music scene. Some artists include Vernessa Mitchell, Jason Walker, Casey Stratton, Quentin Elias, Vivian Green, and Sam Harris.

1 coment:

  • Moha says:
    September 21, 2011 at 5:01 PM

    Nice post gan...

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