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Friday, Aug 21st 10pm-4am
Lot 45
411 Troutman Street, Bushwick
$10 Door

Delicious Food by Djenna served till Midnight


Ted Krisko has a lifelong involvement as a driving force in underground music. As an attendee of Plastikman warehouse parties, Ted caught the bug for the Detroit Techno lifestyle in his mid teens. The late 90’s saw his start promoting parties during the last days of the original rave scene. These were impressionable times that created a passion driven life based around music in general from thereon out.
Krisko has spent 2 decades performing and promoting nightlife events. His history in the industry dates back to 1996 when he began as a promotions intern and frequent performer at punk shows with his bands at St. Andrew’s Hall/The Shelter in Detroit. He toured in punk bands throughout the Midwest for over 12 years and enjoyed the influence the punk scene had on his DIY aesthetic.
The spirit of these years live on in his work to this day. You can feel the energy of his lifelong dedication to the work of being a contributor in our culture. In present day, Ted is a member of Detroit/Brooklyn duo Ataxia. His dance music recordings with the group have been released on very well respected labels in the record industry, notably Connaisseur Recordings from Berlin, The UK Leftroom/Left’d imprint, and Culprit LA which signed their debut EP.
As a Detroit area native, he has held long term DJ residencies for Paxahau, producers of Movement Electronic Music Festival, as well as a club residency at the world famous TV Bar, where he is one of the hosts of the annual OK Cool! Movement afterparty. His Ataxia duo are part of the Liaison Artists roster in North America for event bookings.
Now a resident of Brooklyn, Ted makes frequent appearances at Output as part of the Sunday’s in the Panther Room crew. In addition to gigs at the club, Krisko can be found DJing late night and morning sunrise sets at warehouses and rooftops throughout NYC. He also runs operations at the legendary record store Halcyon the Shop in Williamsburg, and hosts ATAXIA’s NIGHT MACHINES monthly party next door to Hal at TBA Brooklyn.
Ted hosts the monthly Movement Detroit Radio show on Proton, which features Ataxia alongside other guests from their base of friends & family. His DJ stylings have been featured in podcasts for the most visible brands Dance radio. Ibiza Global Radio, Thump/VICE, Ibiza Voice, Autobrennt, & Pulse are amongst the outlets Krisko’s programming can be found on. The styles you can hear from him are across a broad spectrum of techno & house, alongside touches of indie, electronica, downtempo, funk & soul.
If you want to hear the sound of a Detroit DJ that has no boundaries for style but always works to play to the moment, Ted Krisko is a definite crowd pleaser. Whether you hear him at a gig or dial into a mix, you can expect to hear fresh cuts with attitude and vibe all over. This is an artist with a clear cut direction on the path.


Seth is first and foremost a violinist, and built a passion for experimental electronic music that recently landed him behind the decks. His individual style reflects his instrumental roots -- melodies and experimental elements strewn with both elegance and sophistication.


Terron Darby is shining his light proving that experience and deep understanding make him one of the freshest talents on the east coast house music scene.
Co founder of Miami based DJ collective DHM (Deep House Movement), Darby has been deeply entrenched in the house community since the early 90’s. From managing a record store, to his foundational music composition roots as a professional audio engineer, to a technology educator with loads of accolades to boast… through it all, he has found his way into a new place on his musical passageway in New York.

Darby knows his way around music and while he could adopt the “been there, done that attitude” rather adopts an infectious and luminous personality, solid perspective of balance paired with a zealous dedication to his calling.
With a focus on his own production efforts, worldwide exposure, and New York party movement "PLAYDATE”–It’s apparent his accomplishments thus far are paying off and receiving love not just from the dance floor, but also from peers and the industry alike. At the core, Darby’s quest in music thrives from emotion –the feeling of positive energy and blissful expression.
“Anything that’s this special to me (as music) in such a powerful way - I simply want to share this feeling so that the person experiencing it can create their own story with it. If something is good it will find its way . . .”

Earlier Event: August 20
Later Event: August 22