· By Worship Recordings

7 Years of goodie : Ryan Crosson

goodie x Its The Vza pres.
Saturday February 2nd

:: 7 years of goodie ::

- deep electronic sounds by -

Ryan Crosson <Visionquest>
Rob Paine & Francisco Collazo <goodie>

- additional deets -

ۢ Funktion-One (Official) audio by One-Source Productions
ۢ Visual production by D24K Productions.
ۢ Cash bar ft. $4-8 drinks

:: About goodie ::

For the last seven years (and even longer for its founders) the name 'goodie' has been at the base of Philadelphia's house & techno foundation. The brand's core tenants have always remained simple and to the point: "... music, atmosphere, talent and proper sound." Founders and mainstay selectors Rob Paine & Francisco Collazo's focus on building the perfect atmosphere has always been reflected through their attention to detail from track selection to artist bookings, venue location to production value and all of it, for the right reasons.

From the German Keinemusik collective to Philadelphia's freshest on-the-rise talent, John Digweed, The Martinez Brothers and Philly hero Josh Wink's beloved 'Hallowink' events (past guests incl. Richie Hawtin, Seth Troxler and more), goodie has done as much as anyone (if not more) to bring house & techno where it needs to be in the City of Brotherly Love.

:: About Ryan Crosson ::

A Motor City, Berlin, London hybrid, Ryan Crosson is a complex artistic creature. Born and raised on a steady diet of post-apocalyptic landscapes, dark warehouses, and the sounds of Plastikman, Matthew Dear, Magda, and Villalobos, Ryan۪s DJ sets expand the horizon of possibility without sacrificing dance music۪s core element of sweaty, hedonistic fun. His unique musical vocabulary and tireless dedication ensure him a place in the dynasty of forward-thinking techno transplants.

Alongside Lee Curtiss and Shaun Reeves, Ryan is responsible for running Visionquest Records, one of dance music۪s most cherished and eclectic imprints. Ryan and his partners in Visionquest have honed a whole new landscape of lush, organic techno and esoteric left-field electronica.