After the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, some of House Music’s biggest stars performed at Pacha NYC to help raise funds to ‘Help Heal NY’. The proceeds of the night went to help all those who suffered hardship from the disaster. Here’s Erick’s live set from the night with performance from Miss Shawnee Taylor.
Dance Music legends Erick Morillo, Harry “Choo Choo” Romero and Jose Nunez unite to form super group “Sympho Nympho”
The dance music world is about to be knocked off its foundation as three of dance music’s most acclaimed producers – Erick Morillo, Harry “Choo Choo” Romero and Jose Nunez – have combined forces to form the super group Sympho Nympho. The band has a massive Miami Music Week in store with a brand new Subliminal Records compilation The Beginning and exclusive live performance at Subliminal Session at Amnesia on Tuesday, March 20.
Together under the Sympho Nympho guise they create intense drama with their use of delays, frequency and reverbs to build climactic tensions and nerve tingling crescendos. Well respected, chart-topping vocalists have travelled from all over the globe to join forces; each sharing the same vision of returning groove based beats to the popular masses.
The first taste of Sympho Nympho original productions and remixes are available exclusively via their debut compilation, The Beginning. It’s jam-packed with brand new original material including “Build It Up (In Your Face Mix), “We Groove (Sympho Nympho Dub Remix)” and “Make You Sweat (Sympho Nympho Remix)” plus the already-classic Sympho Nympho remix of Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin “If This Ain’t Love.” Additional Sympho Nympho remixes of Eddie Amador & Harry Choo Choo Romero feat. Countre Black “We Are The Beautiful Ones, David John “Mr. Fantastic,” Alexandra Burke feat. Erick Morillo “Elephant,” Craig David feat. Erick Morillo “Get Drunk Up” and In The Screen feat. Rachael Starr “Keep On Dancin” sit along site personal favorites from the likes of Bart B More & Tai, Todd Terry & House Of Gypsies, Robbie Rivera, Tommy Trash, Afrojack & R3Hab, Zedd and much more.
Erick Morillo needs very little introduction, a household name, a platinum selling artist, a producer who has topped the charts worldwide with the Real 2 Reel hit “I Like To Move It” and the owner of Subliminal Records. He’s produced under pseudonyms including Ministers De La Funk (along with Harry and Jose), RAW, Smooth Touch, RBM, Deep Soul, Club Ultimate, Li’l Mo Ying Yang, has remixed everyone from Whitney Houston to Basement Jaxx, from the Sneaker Pimps to Macy Gray and has collaborated with the likes of Puff Daddy. He’s big in the game to say the least. It was while working on The Dronez material with Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero and Jose Nunez, producers of percussive, funky tracks Cro-Magnon and Erectus – Subliminal Records – that the concept for Sympho Nympho was born. “We kinda soaked up all musical genres since the late 70′s between us,” says Jose. “We wanted to explore our diversity in a new dimension for us – popular music. It’s a radio friendly sound where we’ve morphed all our ideas and influences.” Harry adds, “With Sympho Nympho, we get to be more playful and express ourselves in a totally different way than before. It’s a new boundary for us, that we are having a blast discovering.” 2012 will be the year of Sympho Nympho – Confirmed for April is single release of Sympho Nympho Feat. Segarra “Beautiful Reality” with a Sympho Nympho artist album and further collaborations with big time talent including Dizzee Rascal, Wyclef Jean, Pitbull and Sean Paul in the pipeline.
March 20th – Digital
March 27th – CD
1 Maxxi Soundsystem & DRW feat. Royston – “Open Your Eyes (Original Mix)
2 Parallel Dance Ensemble “Shopping Cart (Maxxi Soundsystem Remix)
3 Jean Jacques Smoothie feat. Tara Busch “2People (2011 Rework) (Dcup Remix)
4 Phillip Jensen “Ease The Pressure (Original Mix)”
5 Bart B More & Tai “Nobody Canna Cross It (Di Bus Can Swin) (Original Mix)”
6 Todd Terry & House Of Gypsies “Samba (Matteo DiMarr’s Old School Meets New School Remix)
7 Disco Fries feat. Niles Mason “Born To Fly (Alex Kenji Remix)”
8 Ministers de La Funk “Gravy (Sympho Nympho Remix)”
9 Robbie Rivera “Funkatron(Tocadisco Remix)
10 Eddie Amador & Harry Choo Choo Romero feat. Countre Black “We Are The Beautiful Ones (Sympho Nympho Remix)”
11 Sympho Nympho “Build It Up (In Your Face Mix)
12 Per QX feat. Andrea Love “U Can’t Hide (Organ Mix)”
13 David John “Mr. Fantastic (Sympho Nympho Dub Remix)”
14 Sympho Nympho “We Groove (Sympho Nympho Dub Remix)”
1 Bart B More & Tai “Nobody Canna Cross It (Di Bus Can Swin) (TWR72 Remix)”
2 Sympho Nympho “Make You Sweat (Sympho Nympho Remix)”
3 Alexandra Burke feat. Erick Morillo “Elephant (Sympho Nympho Remix)
4 Chris Moody feat. Ashtrobot “Rock Me (Original Mix)”
5 Carl Kennedy feat. Cheyenne “Once Upon A Time (Original Mix)”
6 Tommy Trash “Sex Drugs Rock n Roll (Original Mix)
7 Craig David feat. Erick Morillo “Get Drunk Up (Sympho Nympho Remix)”
8 In The Screen feat. Rachael Starr “Keep On Dancin” (Sympho Nympho Remix)
9 Jared Dietch feat. Kelli Sae “You’re Not Alone (Gregori Klosman Remix)”
10 Donovans “Rise & Fall (Original Mix)
11 Afrojack & R3Hab “Prutataaa (Dada Life Remix)
12 Zedd “Slam The Door (Original Mix)”
13 Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin “If This Ain’t Love (Sympho Nympho Remix)”
Tuesday March 20
Amnesia 136 Collins Ave
Phone 305 538 2424
Reservations 305 538 2424
Advance tickets available here: CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Sneaky Sound System
Featuring Special Guest: Chuckie
w/ performances by Sympho Nympho, Shawnee Taylor & Segarra
Advance tickets available here: CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
Take a look at this brand new half hour TV show, The Experience. It’s 100% dedicated to dance music (EDM) and the first episode comes direct from Miami during the recent Ultra/WMC weeks.
Erick is the show’s resident DJ so this means you’ll find incredible footage from his birthday bash and headline apearance at the Ultra Music Festival where he previews the visual explosion that is The Subliminal Experience up on the main stage.
Also featured are interviews with the likes of Carl Cox, Afrojack, Chuckie, Deadmau5 and Diddy – not bad for the first episode!
Watch it in full screen for the best Experience possible, and please share with your friends. This is the start of something a little bit special…