Kim Ann Foxman, Wrecked & Mike Servito @The Panther Room, 11.15.13

This month’s edition of The Bunker at Output/The Panther Room features talented producer and DJ Kim Ann Foxman in the Brooklyn club’s more intimate venue, The Panther Room. We’ve been itching to Occupy Kim Ann Foxman’s appearances since the inception of OXD and we’ll finally have the chance as she joins The Bunker’s stalwarts Mike Servito and the Wrecked boys on Friday Nov 15th. We hope you can join us for yet another all-gay line up at Brooklyn’s most famous nightclub.

After working with Hercules and Love Affair for two albums, Kim Ann Foxman jumpstarted her solo career and now has a fan following across the globe. Although she is based in New York, she is often found in places like London, Tokyo, and everywhere in between. Foxman’s remixes and original tracks have made her one of the most sought after talents in house music. Her DJ sets have a unique, yet classic feel making the opportunity to hear her spin live a special treat for music fans.

Your ticket also includes entry to Output’s Main Room which features an impressive roster of talent that evening: Blondes, Rrose, Tin Man, Kondaktor, and The Bunker’s very own Bryan Kasenic. The party starts at 10pm and goes until 6am so pull out those comfy dancing shoes! We’ll see you on the dancefloor.

Ru-Mix: Makes Me Wanna Give It

OXD’s own Ru Bhatt (DJ RuBot) has made a new mixtape for you to enjoy this weekend. The title, ‘Makes Me Wanna Give It,’ is a nod to Duke Dumont’s ‘Giver,’ a track that has made the crowd go absolutely wild at previous Occupy the Disco events (both Aeroplane and The Magician played the track during their sets). Ru has built the mixtape around that song and created an energizing house mix that will have you itching to find a dance floor. Stream the podcast below, or download it directly here. You can also subscribe to Ru’s mixes via iTunes.

Tracklist
  1. St. Lucia: ‘September (Alex Metric Remix)’
  2. Jessie Ware: ‘Running (Disclosure Remix)’
  3. Strange Talk: ‘Cast Away (Plastic Plates Remix)’
  4. Kim Ann Foxman: ‘Return It (Populette Remix)’
  5. Bondax: ‘Baby I Got That (Endless Summer Remix)’
  6. Edwin Van Cleef: ‘Nala (Summer Best Pals Mix)’
  7. Solange: ‘Losing You (Cyril Hahn Remix)’
  8. Duke Dumont: ‘The Giver’
  9. Anna Lunoe & Touch Sensitive: ‘Real Talk’
  10. Walker & Royce: ‘Little Things (Eli Escobar Remix)’
  11. Justin Bieber: ‘As Long As You Love Me (Louis La Roche Remix)’
  12. AlunaGeorge: ‘Your Drums, Your Love (Duke Dumont Remix)’
  13. Madonna: ‘Like A Virgin (Mighty Mouse Rework)’
  14. RAC: ‘Hollywood ft. Penguin Prison (Treasure Fingers Remix)’
  15. Montevideo: ‘Horses (Zimmer Rework)’
  16. Midnight Magic: ‘I Found Love (Dimitri from Paris & DJ Rocca Erodiscodub)’
Photo: Martien Mulder
Kim Ann Foxman: ‘Return It’

New York-based producer Kim Ann Foxman has a special place in our hearts. Though it is not very common to see female producers in the dance music world, Kim’s sheer brilliance shows she’s a force to be reckoned with.

After spending years as one of the key members of Hercules & Love Affair (alongside Andy Butler), Kim started a solo career which has proven solid and promising. She often takes over the decks in NYC, at both straight and gay clubs. Her latest release, Return It/Hypnotic Dance, is out now on Needwant Records, a label that has been flawlessly curating some of our favorite music over the past few years. ‘Return It’ takes on a smooth acid house style with an ethereal touch, and the accompanying music video is a beautiful piece. Needless to say, Kim’s vocals are always a pleasure to the ears.