AudioBite Records present: Audio Elixir 3D Edition.
A Movement Electronic Music Festival (OFFICIAL) after party broadcasted live on Global Mixx Radio

Oscar P
Ramiro Bernabela
Reality Engine b2b Monikkr (special audio & visual live set)
Ben Finx II

Sound: Source Audio Systems LLC
3D Visuals: Reality Engine in assocaiation with NYC Bass Collective
Vendor: I Club Detroit
3D glasses will be provided at entrance.
21 and over.


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Roland Clark House Music’s Songsmith /Producer/ Deejay and Vocalist Past Aliases: Digital Pimps, South Street Player, Urban Soul/Dark Clark/and his latest alter ego Jesus Jackson which pegged the 3rd season opening of Greys Anatomy song “ Running On Sunshine”: Roland Clark is also featured vocalist on many Fatboy Slim releases. His voice is sometimes described as wildly erotic, soulful, loving, and deep. On Fatboy Slim's "Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars," several tracks are indelibly imprinted with Roland’s lines, especially the undeniable track, “ What Da Fuck &"Song for Shelter." On "Shelter," Roland Clark, extemporizes a beat poet paean to house music, exalting it as a haven of real-deal family values in a hostile world, I get deep, I get deep, I get deeper He goes on, word-jazzing about how its rhythm "goes in my blood like alcohol, gets me drunk" All you hip hoppers, you doo woppers, name droppers, you pill poppers - come into OUR house to get deep! "Song for Shelter," a Fatboy Slim masterpiece, would lose its soul without Clark's blissful babble about dancers with "wings for feet" and Jesus being a DJ. The track is a gorgeous vision of disco heaven, and Roland Clark’s parts are at the heart of it all. Roland’s voice proliferates throughout the realm of House Music, and his Midas Touch seems to be constant: if you can get Roland on your track, its going to be magic. Roland also carved himself a nice slice of house music’s pie with his phenomenal deejaying and production skills. His contributions infuse many artists best works, including Armand Van Helden's gorgeous "Flowerz." Not surprising, though it is another track blessed by the voice of Roland Clark. Quite simply, Roland Clark has carved-out his place in history as the voice of House Music. Quote: "If House is a nation, I wanna be president!" ( DJ Roland Clark) much like a undeniable storm working with such deejays and other producers much like himself such as Todd Terry, Kenny Dope, Mark Knight, Bad Boy Bill, Meat Katie, Sandy Rivera , Terry Hunter and Rodger Sanchez, Noir, Soul Dynamic, George Morel, and Erick Morillo just to name a few.. Roland sounds if need be compared would be much like a chameleon going from a soulful sultriness to a hard house and techno. He has been sometimes pegged as the Nate Dogg of house, or house music’s loriette.. But whatever his title or which hat he has on that day be sure that this man is just beginning after all these years and will be a force to be reckoned with in the now and future!

Oscar P was raised in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Manhattan’s Washington Heights. His roots in the city run deep. Fusing Afro-Latino and deep house influences from NYC, Chicago, and Detroit, Oscar has created a unique sound that defines his style today.

“Brooklyn was where I discovered myself through music. Thankfully I had older cats who took me under their wing and schooled me on what good music was. I didn't try DJing or producing right away. I was a record collector first, and a dancer making my way trying to fit in.”

Years later, Oscar P operates two of the most respected underground house labels, Kolour Recordings and Open Bar Music. The latter recently celebrated eight years. As a producer, he’s appeared on labels like Strictly Rhythm, Tool Room, Ultra & Sony Music and his resume includes remixes for Mark Farina, KiNK, Soul Minority, Jamiroquai, Adele, Omar, Todd Terry, & Physics.

With more than 18 releases cracking the top ten in the last three years, a who's who of music industry pioneers have supported his productions. In 2012 Oscar was named the #8 best selling house music artist of the year on Traxsource. In 2014 he sat on the Best Selling Deep Afro House Artists list at #23 alongside Black Coffee, Osunlade, and Atjazz. In 2015 he landed at number thirteen.

Despite his many accomplishments— worldwide touring, top-selling records, entrepreneurial ventures as a label boss and music business marketer—Oscar still pushes the envelope as an artist and businessman.

Recently relocated from New York to San Diego, California, Oscar is tackling the West Coast with fresh perspective. He is currently co-organizing West Coast Weekender, a three-day music conference that will celebrate regional house music, and drum n bass and provide a new boost for the San Diego music scene.

Big moves like this demonstrate that, despite all his successes, Oscar P takes risks to revitalize his own creativity. "Your Local News" on Doin Work Records provides a platform for his political views, he regularly produces new records, DJs new cities, hosts new events, promotes new clients, and still finds time to return to the roots of a lifelong obsession with — music.

DJ and Producer YOS, is a key proponent of the electronic music scene in Detroit. His style is always fresh and dynamic, representing that quintessential underground sound. His technique is flawless, blending tracks effortlessly to produce a heady mixture of aural sensations conducive to the deeper side of dance music.

YOS' love-affair began in the early nineties inspired by the sound and vibes exploding out of Detroit and New York City. He started throwing events that later earned him the position as music director for some stellar parties, including a nationally acclaimed monthly called "SNAP!". Since then he hasn't stopped. Whether in the studio, the DJ booth, or throwing parties, YOS embodies an undying passion for dance music, constantly evolving and fine tuning his craft.

Co-founding his own imprint in 2012, Slur Records is steadily rising to become a staple in Detroit's underground, showcasing an array of talented artists from all corners of the world.

Working under the Slur label, YOS continues to throw unforgettable parties, inviting heavy hitters to Detroit like M.A.N.D.Y, Felix Da Housecat, Danny Daze, Lee Curtiss, and Hot Since 82... to name a few.

Ramiro Bernabela was born outside of Rotterdam, Netherlands and moved to Groningen when he was 10 years old. He developed a love for music at an early age, playing his first synthesizer at age 12. He began DJing at age 18 and played at parties and clubs in Groningen and Amsterdam for many years. He was the Saturday night resident DJ in De Golden Arm, the biggest underground dance club in northern Netherlands, for 7 years. He was a regular guest DJ at De Melkweg in Amsterdam, and was a monthly resident DJ at Amsterdam's famous afterparties in Club Zoo in the early 2000s. His music style can be described as deep house with some funk and techno twisted in.

In 1998 he started learning about music production and making special edits to use in his DJ sets. Since then, he has been perfecting his production skills and building up his studio. He uses various drum machines and analog synthesizers in his productions to give them an organic sound. Ramiro has a unique style of combing many different types of elements together, giving his productions a unique and interesting sound. 2015 was a great year producion-wise for Ramiro, having 2 original tracks in the Traxsource Top 100, "How Low Can You Go" featuring Mr. V., and "Life After House," a collaboration with house legend Roland Clark. Ramiro is currently living in the U.S.A. and working on producing his debut full-length album that is expected to be released in late 2016.

NYC Bass Collective and Reality Engine have given birth to a mind-bending experience that transforms and transcends the dance floor along with it's inhabitants - a visual journey into a three dimensional world paired with a musical performance that will tap into each of the 5 senses. Escape the outside world and be lured into this abstract paradox that will stretch your mind to it's extremity. Take the ride and discover just how deep the rabbit hole goes…

Natural instinct and nightlife has been a whirlwind for Ben Finx an up and coming DJ originally from Tel Aviv, Israel, It all started with an inspiration thru sound that led him to naturally have a feel for the arts of producing and mixing music. He never thought himself as a DJ until the encouragment of his friends that motivated his start.

His first opportunity came upon him officially at world renowned The Cat & Dog in Tel Aviv in 2013. They gave Ben to host his own I3Fmusic night with techno legend Marco Bailey which SOLD out & ended with a proper b2b. This story caught a buzz and opened doors after shortly moving back to South beach, which landed him a residency at The Delano Hotel with his concept Notes From The Underground . One of the best lounges in Miami playing alongside Guy Gerber, Derrick May, Andrea Oliva, Gel Abril, Silvie Loto, Marco Faraone, Joyce Muniz and many more for 2 years. In between shows in Miami he was invited to perform with Oscar G at Slap & Tickle (Miami), "After" at the Mandalay Bay (Las Vegas), and Elektricty (Detroit) with Get Real premiere tour *Claude vonstroke b2b Greenvlvet. Movement Official Afterparties at Bleu (2014) with Marco Carola , Stacey Pullen, DBX, John Aquaviva (Detroit - Populux (2015) ) , Warehouse Centro Barranco (PERU) with Nathan Barato, Soundbar (Orlando) with Randall M

Now in 2015, Ben has moved to start his own "Confessions" project that premiered on January 1st, 2015… it was a secret that revealed a new residency at Treehouse Miami, with artists Maayan Nidam, Dj Sneak, Adam Shelton, Kevin Saunderson, Felipe Venegas and more. Also During WMC 2015 , Ben invited the official Cadenza label , with including artists Argy, Eduardo De La Called and Luciano himself . he honorarily closed out the night which was his cherry on top of the ice cream.