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Melodic Presents...


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Derrick Carter was born in Compton, California and raised in the western suburbs of Chicago, IL. After practising his DJ skills for a number of years in his bedroom (bedroom jock), it was during his teenage years that he made the definitive step into the Chicago house scene.

In 1988, he released an EP with Mark Farina and Chris Nazuka as the group Symbols & Instruments. While the record wasn't a commercial success, it did have a strong influence on the burgeoning ambient techno movement in England. This established Derrick as an international figure in the underground house scene.

He famously ran a record label named Classic Recordings that (as planned ten years before) ceased to exist after its hundredth release. Above all, Derrick is still respected by some as one of the best house music DJs in the world. His dj-sets are firmly rooted in black music of the 1970s, frequently giving nods to old school disco, soul and jazz.

As a remixer, he has worked for a diverse range of artists including The Human League, Ricky Martin, Boris Dlugosch, Modjo, DJ Sneak and Röyksopp. After a brief hiatus, he has recently returned to production, remixing artists like Rosie Brown and Truman Industries.

Carter was recently named #66 in the 100 Most Famous Chicagoans according to a survey (relying mostly on Google hits) by the free weekly newspaper, New City (11/2006), and we are pleased to have him grace the decks at MELODIC!

THIS EVENT IS SURE TO SELL OUT!! YOU CAN GET YOUR TICKETS ONLINE HERE: http://fla.vor.us/wafform.aspx?_act=eventview&_pky=62509


This Event will be streamed live, on MELODIC TV!!

We will be broadcasting LIVE Audio and Video on www.inSoulwetrust.com/tv

the night of the event! You will be able to tune in and listen, as well as watch the

whole event, LIVE!!



Future Sessions


August 26 - DJ SNEAK (U know the party will be rockin!!) :)

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September 23 - DAVID MORALES

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**SPECIAL EVENT: Saturday, October 3 - BODY & SOUL


October 28 - BEN WATT

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more info: [email protected]


1640 N. Cahuenga Blvd,

9pm - 2am

21 and over


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