Todd Terje is well known for using dreamy musical landscapes, outstanding edits of disco classics, and experimental synths to create a unique musical universe that is distinctively recognized as his own. The Norwegian producer and DJ will be headlining at Cielo’s 10th Anniversary party and we’re inviting all gay music lovers to join us as we occupy their dancefloor. We had a wonderful time early last summer when when we heard Terje spin at Mister Sunday, and it’s time we invite everyone to experience this house music legend-in-the-making. Let us know you’re coming via RSVP on our Facebook Event page and don’t forget to buy your tickets as online ticket sales close on January 17th (they’ll still be available at the door, but are likely to sell out).
Terje’s latest EP, It’s the Arps, composed entirely with a ARP2600 analog synthesizer, includes one of 2012’s biggest dancefloor hits, ‘Inpector Norse.’
He was also responsible for mixing Lindstrøm’s latest album, Smalhans. The result is an ultra-sophisticated LP with beautiful space-disco inspired tracks like ‘Ęg-gęd-ōsis‘.
Terje’s skills in the remixing field have recently provided us with some of the strongest re-works lately, including Joakim’s ‘Nothing Gold’ and Hot Chip’s ‘How Do You Do?”
Although a bit old, here is a mixtape Terje created in 2011 which should give you a better idea of what his set will sound like.
Supporting Todd Terje will be the legendary NYC house music producer Danny Krivit, famous for his edit of MFSB’s ‘Love is the Message’ and his ‘718 Sessions‘ party, as well as Brooklyn-based duo Walker & Royce, who have recently come onto our radar after ‘Little Things’ and their remixes for Mario Basanov.