Hussle Club has hit the streets, do you know where your children are?
"NYC’s Prince Terrence is the leader, creator and mastermind of this dark musical phenomenon. After touring the world over as drummer for acts like Santigold, Spank Rock, Hearts Revolution, and Major Lazer, he is now giving life to a project all his own." -RCRD LBL
"The eerie musical styling of Hussle Club’s dark punk and no wave songs are undefinable and fresh. They perfectly echo the streets and the trials and tribulations of the present generation. Born in the projects of Detroit, raised in Louisville, Kentucky where he worked for a punk label, Prince Terrence has made his way to the top in all aspects. The pinnacle being, surviving in New York City by simply doing what he does best, playing music. He has seen all aspects of music from the bottom to the top and has a story to tell. Playing every single instrument himself on Hussle Club recordings, he is creating a lifelong soundtrack." -Culture Of Me
In his own words "Hussle Club is for everyone on this same path, people that devote their lives and make sacrifices in order to live life as they wish and use their talent to defy the 'system' by living a life that is non-conventional and coming out on top. It's for the artists, the painters, the dj's, the musicians, the rappers, the pushers, the graffiti writers, etc. Hussle Club is for everyone and I'm just supplying the soundtrack."
French Horn Rebellion (DJ SET)
Brooklyn-based electro-rock duo French Horn Rebellion feature the talents of brothers David and Robert Perlick-Molinari. With a name inspired by the combination of David’s skills as a computer sound engineer and Robert having once been the first chair French horn player in the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra, French Horn Rebellion make ’80s-influenced electronic pop with an often wry, campy sense of humor. Born and raised in Milwaukee, David and Robert eventually relocated to Brooklyn where David produced and engineered music for the similarly inclined outfit MGMT. In 2007, French Horn Rebellion released a self-titled independent album. In 2011, the duo released The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion on Once Upon a Time/V2 Records.