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Geometria Lab

DROP Open-Air x Warehouse (DAY PARTY)

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DROP returns with another banger of an event in its legendary open-air series at La Terrazza. This time we collaborate with The Warehouse, known as the birthplace of House music.

Marshall Jefferson 

Marshall Jefferson is a Chicago house pioneer and one of the most iconic artists of the scene, having a hand in the creation of the acid house and deep house subgenres. One of the original innovators in Chicago house, Marshall Jefferson had a hand in several of the music's most influential early tracks. As a solo act, he recorded 1986's "Move Your Body" -- subtitled and unanimously acclaimed "The House Music Anthem." Jefferson also helped record Phuture's "Acid Tracks," the first and best acid-house single, and Ce Ce Rogers' uplifting anthem "Someday," both in 1987. Amidst a wave of acid-inspired records, he grew tired of the sound and moved into a more spiritual form of music later termed deep house; along with Larry Heard, he became one of its best producers.

Robert Owens

Robert Owens is an American contemporary R&B and house-music vocalist best known for his work with the Chicago house group Fingers Inc. in the mid-1980s. He represents the purest essence of the Chicago House scene, and seeing him is truly a once-in-a-lifetime chance. As a solo artist, he has placed several songs on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, two of which hit #1: "I'll Be Your Friend" (1992), and "Mine to Give" (2000, a collaboration with Photek). Though electronica has typically been a producer's medium (and the few vocalists who succeed are usually women), Robert Owens became one of the people associated with the late-'80s golden era of Chicago house. Born in Ohio in 1961, Robert Owens grew up singing in church, but years later, he was working as a DJ in 1985, when he met Chicago producer Larry Heard. The pair formed Fingers Inc., along with Ron Wilson, and they released a few singles ("You're Mine"/"It's Over") plus the 1988 full-length "Another Side". The group disbanded quickly, as Heard's burgeoning solo-production career (as Mr. Fingers) took priority.

KC Wray

Chicago / Berlin based DJ and producer KC Wrays multi-cultural background lends a unique touch to his eclectic taste and deep musical history. KC Wray cut his teeth in the Berlin and European underground holding residences in established venues such as IPSE and Baalsaal. Having toured across Europe and weekly residencies in Berlin gave him the rich experience of learning how to grab and control a crowd. KC Wrays no gimmicks dance floor focused approach also translated to his productions, which has garnered him respect among some of industries top artists such as Junior Sanchez, Derrick Carter, Seth Troxler , Carl Craig, DJ Heather and more. KC Wrays passion for House Music led him to Chicago in 2019 where he quickly got attention from some of the Windy Cities top venues. In 2023 alongside Robert Williams KC Wray re-launched The Warehouse as an event series as a way to spread the message of Chicago House both locally and abroad.

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