Eric D. Clark

Eric D. Clark started his DJ career more than 30 years ago. From Sunday church performances in California at the age of ten as a classical and gospel piano player to disco and electronica keyboard mastering, Eric had trained his ears and hands until 1981 when he finally found his place behind the turntables and took up residencies in Sacramento and San Francisco’s most famous clubs, including Vortex, Dancepark, 181, The Underground, Das Klub and The End Up. Six years later, Eric began exploring Parisian night life and played at an eclectic array of venues: galleries, straight and gay clubs as well as raves. By the early 90s he started to visiting Germany on a regular basis, looking for new underground dance music.

Soon the Whirlpool Productions trio, which he formed together with Justus Köhncke and Hans Nieswandt, was born and took the European scene by storm, especially Italy, with hits such as The Cold Song and From Disco to Disco. Eric then began to explore other opportunities with solo releases including Fur Dancefloor on Ladomat and collaborated with numerous musicians. In 2007 Eric released E=dC² on Firm Recordings, and unexpectedly became a professor, teaching at The Stædel School for Visual Arts in Frankfurt alongside writing for Spex. 2014 marked Eric’s debut as a curator, as he set up the exhibition Vinyl never died at Oslo’s Demons Mouth gallery.

Про Eric D. Clark

Eric D. Clark started his DJ career more than 30 years ago. From Sunday church performances in California at the age of ten as a classical and gospel piano player to disco and electronica keyboard mastering, Eric had trained his ears and hands until 1981 when he finally found his place behind the turntables and took up residencies in Sacramento and San Francisco’s most famous clubs, including Vortex, Dancepark, 181, The Underground, Das Klub and The End Up. Six years later, Eric began exploring Parisian night life and played at an eclectic array of venues: galleries, straight and gay clubs as well as raves. By the early 90s he started to visiting Germany on a regular basis, looking for new underground dance music.

Soon the Whirlpool Productions trio, which he formed together with Justus Köhncke and Hans Nieswandt, was born and took the European scene by storm, especially Italy, with hits such as The Cold Song and From Disco to Disco. Eric then began to explore other opportunities with solo releases including Fur Dancefloor on Ladomat and collaborated with numerous musicians. In 2007 Eric released E=dC² on Firm Recordings, and unexpectedly became a professor, teaching at The Stædel School for Visual Arts in Frankfurt alongside writing for Spex. 2014 marked Eric’s debut as a curator, as he set up the exhibition Vinyl never died at Oslo’s Demons Mouth gallery.

Жанри: Електронічна музика, Діско, Techno, Фанк, House

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