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Thursday June 9th
Dancing Room Only presents Victor Simonelli, Nathaniel Jay, DJ Nav Plus Resident Rissa Garcia
@ Cielo

Fresh off the heels of their launch party with Forward Disco featuring Danny Krivit on May 12th at NYC’s Cielo Club, Dancing Room Only welcomes house music legend and producer extraordinaire Victor Simonelli.

To celebrate one lucky winner will win a very special prize package:
This is what you can win!!!
Victor Simonelli will give away some vinyl from his label, a one year subscription to 5 Magazine, a $50 Traxsource gift card, 3 comps plus a bottle of vodka to enjoy at Cielo the night of the party for the winner.

Must be 21 and over to enter. Winner selected from random entries…….Enter via Dancing Room Only website
http://dancinroomonlynyc.com/enter-to-win-vinyl-subscription-to-5-magazine-traxsource-gift-card-and-more/

Victor has spent his entire lifetime committed and devoted to music, making his own inimitable contribution in DJ’ing, production, mixing and song-writing. It is his unique sound of uplifting and spiritual music that has propelled him to theforefront of the Dance scene, and acknowledged him with the credit of being one of its leading exponents.

Victor Simonelli’s name is synonymous with the cutting edge of the Dance Music scene. Simonelli is one of the New York’s finest and most prolific DJ’s. He was also one of the early pioneers of the unique NYC underground dance music movement that has now become a phenomenon it its own right and religiously followed by the clubbing faithful the world over. A producer/re-mixer, song writer, record label owner, and highly sought after DJ, are just four facets of this multi-talented young man. His discography of production, writing. mixing and editing credits reads like a "Who’s Who!

Victor’s love for music began as a youngster growing up in Brooklyn, New York. At a young age he was intrigued by his father’s huge record collection of jazz, blues,electronic,disco,new age,rock,soul,classical,new wave,ethnic, and world music. His parents could see he was talented at an early age and encouraged him to listen to all kinds of music. With this encouragement, and guidance of his parents, Victor took lessons in piano, drums, guitar and bass, as well as voice lessons. But something was missing.I liked trying all of the instruments, but nothing really grabbed me.By the age of 11, he began tuning into NY’s Radio Mix Shows on WBLS, WKTU and WXLO, (which later became WRKS,98.7 Kiss fm) and this is where he discovered the Art of mixing. When I started spinning – I just simply got lost in the music," Victor said.

Victor’s career as a DJ started at a tender age , assisting his father. In 1979 Victor played one of his first parties with his Dad. It was a party which his Dad organized at Dance Hall (which became a seasonal event in the years that followed). In Autumn of 1982 with his Father, he entered a Tommy Boy Records Master Mix contest via Mail, (promoted via Tommy Boy Rec and Dance Music Report Magazine) , sending A master Mix which Victor and His Dad had done (of Tommy Boy Rec’s Tracks). The winners of the Contest (who’s mix was featured on Tommy Boy Triple Album) turned out to be Tommy Musto, Tommy Sozzi , and Ralphie D (who Victor did not know at the time), though who were also Brooklynites. Within a year Victor started spinning at mobile parties on his own. It was here that he learn his craft and began to develop and fine-tune his ear for music noticing what tracks to play and which ones had the greatest effect on the crowd while he was spinning. His Mother heard had a friend with a small club that was closing it’s doors, and bought Victor their whole Record Collection before closing. By the end of High School Victor could not help But notice that , something was not right, “I wanted to not only mix the music," Victor explained, “but I wanted to create the whole production".

Attending and graduating from the ‘Centre For Media Arts’ was the first step in that direction. In 1987 after just about a year of trying to get an entry level position, Victor was hired for the job at Shakedown Studios, owned by the legendary producer, Arthur Baker – a breeding ground to the likes of David Cole (Who taught Victor how to determine the difference between a succesful hook , and a not so memorable hook), Robert Clivilles (who advised Victor on getting good sound techniques) ,Danny Krivit, Benji Candalario, Albert Cabrera, Junior Vasquez (who gave victor many editing tips), and Bobby Konders (who learned to edit from Victor and who showed Victor Radio from the inside) , to mention but a few. Victor started his internship at the studio, and it was not long before his unique talent was discovered and he was given the opportunity to produce, mix and edit a wide range of projects for artists including: David Bowie, Will Downing, Talking Heads, Quincy Jones, Deborah Harry, Sinead O’Connor and Al Jarreau. During this time , Victor practically lived at Shakedown sound , in room with Tapes from Rick Rubin to Diana Ross , from Paul Simpson to Rolling Stones , from Afika Baambata to Hall and Oates. In late 1988, Victor merged with Lenny Dee to form a remix/production team that worked on projects for Pajama Party, Al Jareau, Denise Lopez, Arthur Baker , Robert Owens , New Order. Lenny had arrived at Shakedown after working for Nile Rodgers (lead member of Chic),Skyline studio, as an intern. It was at this time that Victor completed one of his first productions on Criminal Records. His productions for Criminal, Vendetta (run By Larry Yazgar , who assisted Victor in Learning the importance of a 7" version) and other labels such as Fourth Floor and Nu Groove began to get him noticed. It was not long before a line of labels across New York were beating a path to Victor’s door such as Strictly Rhythm, Eightball and Maxi to mention but a few.He began to collaborate on Projects with other Producers as well , such as Danny Krivit , Satoshie Tomie , to mention but a few and Simultaneously he signed a management deal with 23 West and went on to join a roster that boasted Masters At Work and C&C Music Factory. He then moved over to Def Mix and was joined by Frankie Knuckles and Dave Morales (Who’s initials , DM , are the basis of Def Mix) and continued to work with Nu Groove and Fourth Floor.

DOORS: 10pm-4am
AGE: 21+ ID Required
Limited Early Bird tickets on sale until June 3rd, 2016

Free before 11pm & $15 after 11pm on list w/ RSVP to ​nini.eternalsolpromos​

VIP TABLE RESERVATIONS EMAIL: office
www.cieloclub.com

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