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Spektrum: Kevin Saunderson / Christian Smith


Music is the catalyst for Electro Static Productions.

The dynamic hypothesis developed by Chicago based producers of the inherent connection between science and music finds them in perpetual motion. They utilize dance floors as proverbial laboratories where interactions between DJs and clubbers are carefully observed. The DJ combines stands of sound, two records or loops, and like a lightning strike or the formation of a new star, the audience is compelled to move and shake, connections forged through the bond of music.  Everything begins with chemistry.  We are currently seeking subjects for Case Study 001 New York which will take place on June 7, 2014 at Spektum in New York  featuring the the legendary sounds of Tronic Music, a part of the “Tronic 20th Anniversary” tour.  

Christian Smith has been at the top of his game as a DJ and producer for over a two decades, but despite enjoying a global reputation as one of the most evergreen performers in his field, times have never been quite as good as they are right now.  His label Tronic Music is in the top of the charts every week.  His worldwide reputation for excellence in production finds him on imprints such as Drumcode, Sci – Tec and Renaissance.  Joining Christian for this co-headlining set is a musical mastermind who needs no introduction, Kevin Saunderson.  One of the pioneers of the Detroit techno movement, Kevin’s sound is known world – round, via his label KMS, which can be credited for with  seminal tracks like “Good Life” and “Vision of Love.”   Both Kevin and Christian are iconic DJs can be found on top of lineups for the top festivals and clubs  It is a great honor to welcome these two techno icons to conduct the Electro Static experiment in New York.  Our laboratory is housed in Sankey’s underground club Spektrum, and is a dance floor.

Electro Static Productions is seeking participants in a research study to evaluate the hypothesis of an inherent connection between music and science; the laws of science applied to Electronic Dance Music propel people together. Our experiments are conducted in Chicago, Detroit & New York. Research subjects are needed. Case study details have been finalized. Eveything begins with chemistry.