Francois Kevorkian – Live @ Deep Space

Dance music legend Francois K has been djing on-and-off for over 30 years. Three decades: a span of time that signifies a longevity seldom seen in the industry. And when you look at the course of his career, it becomes even more impressive. Kevorkian started out playing drums alongside Walter Gibbons, the man often credited with being the main inspiration to Larry Levan and Frankie Knuckles, and soon became a regular guest at Studio 54, The Paradise Garage, and The Loft.

After a short layoff to concentrate on small projects such as remixing now-classic tracks like Yazoo’s “Situation,” Dinosaur L’s “Go Bang,” and Musique’s “In the Bush”, mixing Depeche Mode’s epochal Violator and Kraftwerk’s Electric Café, Kevorkian returned to the heights of the DJ profession alongside Danny Krivit and Joe Claussell as a member of the Body & Soul trio. The group’s Sunday parties at Club Vinyl are still reminisced over in glowing terms.

Check out this quality live mix which was recorded at Deep Space at Cielo in NYC.


About laserballs

If you’re on the look out for a Saturday night of great music in a deadly venue, then look no further. The newly re-opened Kitchen has got an amazing rave basement and a quality soundsystem. The emphasis is on brilliant music and proper old-fashioned all-night fun, with stellar residents, great guest DJs and sound people. We will be kick-starting our Saturday night residency in the Kitchen on March 19th with Handsome Paddy supplying the beats alongside Steve Manning and Lil Dave.
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