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Tomorrow, Saturday, May 4th, Incl. NYC & NOSI music will celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style at Glasslands Gallery, Brooklyn, featuring live performances and a nice comeback all in honor of Incl. anniversary. Bostonian Will Monotone, a staple regularly in Beatport’s top charts coming from Defected and Material Series, will rock the decks with the Incl. & NOSI family for the first time .

Incl. also welcomes back Nikko Gibler (Culprit, Leftroom, Bedrock) for a rare live set and keyboard session that will see our favorite perfect pitch in action with some bouncy and original sounds.

Rounding out the line-up is the mastermind behind Massive Groove & everyone’s beloved MOTIVE parties, Cylo who will be setting the mood nice and proper for us.

There’s a lot going on this weekend in The City with Culprit’s Droog from LA at Sullivan Room, Audiofly and Bob Moses at Robot Heart, and the list goes on…but Incl. family never disappoints in terms of fresh talents and groovy music, definitely worth it.

So New York people, get ready for a long weekend of partying and email us at info@thegiblog.com for the possibility of reserving yourselves a spot on the guest list. Otherwise get your ticket here! And see you tomorrow Folks……..

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Culprit LA "Above The City"

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Excerpt from WeAreNotARockBand.com / Sept. 28th 2011 

“Nikko Gibler‘s contribution ‘Hide From No-One’ starts innocently enough, with a great beat to get the limbs moving that bit more. Then, a saucy little beat comes in over the top, and oh my, when the male vocals kick in… it’s enough to get a girl all over-excited about music again. After that it is just relentless.” “This is a great first compilation-outing from Culprit, the label set up by DJ collective Droog. Considering that it was two years in the making, it sure ought to be. The signs have been there all along though, with their parties attracting stellar line-ups including Hot Natured, Magda, Dyed Soundorom, Shonky, Tanner Ross, Soul Clap, Benoit & Sergio, members of Visionquest, M A N I K…. I could go on here, but you get the gist as to what makes this so special. Fantasy setlist indeed.” CONTINUE READING

Supported by: Audiofly, MANDY,Claude Von Stroke, Simon Baker, Lee Foss, Steve Lawler, Bill Patrick, Shaun Reeves, Davide Squillace, Dubfire, Tale of Us & Groove Armada

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