April 27, 2010 at 11:43 am Leave a comment

Say Yes’ monthly residency at the Drop returns for what promises to be another spectacular dance off. With a soundtrack spanning a wild and wonderful spectrum of genres and special guest DJ Krikor (Paris) alongside residents Nadia Ksaiba and Thomas Whitehead. Krikor Kouchian has released a string of 12″s over the past decade for various labels including Kill the DJ, Tigersushi and Dirty with his edit of Q Lazzarus – Good Bye Horses, the final track on Silence of the Lambs, a long lost forgotten gem.

Krikor has released records from Pilooski on his own label Omerta Registrazione and remixed many tracks including Ark and Chloe (who he collabrates with as Plein Soleil, releasing records on Playhouse.) His Debut album “Land of Truth”, released as Krikor and the Dead Hillbillies confounds expectations of rockabilly revivalism, instead giving an insight into days holed up in The Conservatoire de Paris studying composition. Singles (and proven Say Yes dance floor hits) ‘God will Break it All’ and ‘Crackboy” display the perfect mix of all the best bits of music, much like his DJ sets comprising of plenty of the early house, vintage drum machines, minimal and industrial sounds we love so much.

Download/ Listen to Krikors banging DJ mix last October for Beats in Space Here

Listen to Nadia Ksaiba DJ mix here


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