About Anthony Parasole
Anthony Parasole is a prominent within New York’s house and techno scenes, longtime employee of Halcyon and friend and colleague of Levon Vincent, with whom he runs the imprint Deconstruct Music.
Anthony had his breakthrough in 2012 with his track Tyson featured in Levon Vincent’s critically acclaimed Fabric 63. The same year he also founded his own label The Corner.
Born and raised in New York City, Anthony has had a lifelong passion for electronic music. Listening to radio shows playing the early dance tracks from New York, Chicago, Detroit and beyond he discovered his love to this genre and led him to attend his first raves. He began collecting records and started working at the Halcyon record store in 2003. Not much later, he started his own event series New Jack City together with his Halcyon co-workers.
In 2013 Anthony joined Ostgut Ton bookings and soon after his first EP for Ostgut Ton followed. He became a resident at Berlin’s infamous Berghain and began shaping his deep, raw, driving, rhythmic, percussive and mesmerizing sound. Not much later, he also became a resident at Output in his home Brooklyn.