Mixed right down the block from Good Room at his Bonsai Dojo, Willy Soul’s podcast was recorded with carefully selected records on his Technics 1200’s. This mix represents the sounds of The Funky Seshwa; his monthly record party he throws with his compadre in crime Disgonuts, that showcases open format DJ’s who’s grooves are deep, rare, and psychedelic. Join Will and the fam for a very special edition of the Seshwa, taking on Thursday, 03.22, in the Bad Room. Entry is free with RSVP.

Having grown up in the mid nineties NYC rave scene, Rachel Noon is no stranger to the underground. Her DJ sets are hugely informed by her training as an architect in their creativity, focus, and structure. While always edging between cerebral and playful, her DJ sets are a journey that will keep dancefloors scorched. Most recently, Rachel has been working on the W.A.S.P.S project – an experimental visual investigation of the cinematic landscapes of electronic music.

Noon’s Good Room Podcast pushes her own boundaries, and aims to take herself and her audience outside of their comfort zone with some spaced out electro and late night techno. You can see her on the dancefloor on 03.22, opening for resom. RSVP for free entry before midnight

As far a stories go, they don’t get much more New York than this. Matthias Heilbronn relocated from Germany to New York City after being introduced to underground house music culture when he heard seminal DJ Larry Levan at the Paradise Garage. Through his job at Axis Studios, he learned engineering, programming and editing under the tutorship of mentor Francois K. He became roommates with house music icon Frankie Knuckles and would soon have the privilege to work with legends like Larry Levan and Tom Moulton.

Matthias became renowned by heads for his soulful garage house sound, playing at storied NYC clubs like Limelight and Twilo in the 90s. He has played internationally at Ministry of Sound and Fabric in London, Pacha and Space in Ibiza and Tresor in Berlin. Over the years he has remixed everyone from Soul II Soul, Chaka Khan and Donna Summer to Beyonce and Tom Jones.

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For the past 13 Years FIXED has been serving up some of the best electronic music from across the world to the Brooklyn stage. The men behind it, JDH & Dave P, were among the first to bring artists like Hot Chip, Lindstrøm, and Simian Mobile Disco to New York. They continue to support new international and local talent alike at Good Room every month, with FIXED being one of our resident parties.

As DJs they’re always delving deep into the electronic music world, playing everything from dark house and experimental electronics to spaced out techno. This Good Room Podcast was recorded live at their February party with Matthew Dear. They’ll be back on March 23 with Pional.

Nathaniel Young runs the Portland, OR / NYC based record label, Blankstairs with longtime friend and collaborator Warren Mark Way. He writes music under the aliases Kohl, Richard P, and his birth name that touch on a wide spectrum of sounds ranging from the meditative to the abrasive. Young draws inspiration from his religious upbringing and the freedom found in the absence of institution.

Nathaniel runs the dub-techno and experimentally focussed monthly, Modal Form, at Jupiter Disco with fellow Blankstairs artist, M Parent. He has made appearances with Avalon Emerson, Broken English Club, Aurora Halal, Tin Man, Ital, and Randomer. Nathaniel has put together a mix of late night techno, spaced out electronica and banging electro for the Good Room Podcast ahead of the Blankstairs party on 03.02. He’ll be playing in the Bad Room with M Parent, Archivist and Kristen Dalen. Tickets available via Resident Advisor

Omni Assembly is a crew out of Brooklyn consisting of three core members – Ryan Kunimura, Shane Okouchi, Thomas Hall. All three have backgrounds in music, and art with a focus on bringing together the creative community. Rather than focusing solely on parties – Omni Assembly puts their efforts into doing events that marry visual art, music, and using the venue/space as another aspect of the experience.

As far as music goes everything from funk, jazz, and rock down to dancefloor killers of the house and techno variety are what they’re about. Their Good Room Podcast features all of the above in one smooth 120 minute mix.

The Duchess is a London-born, Brooklyn-based DJ and radio show host. Her practise is of a highly emotional and spiritual nature – reflected in her contributions to nightlife as a DJ & promoter in NYC, as host of her monthly radio show- Spiritual | Mental | Physical on Waxx.FM, and through collaborative music-based projects with poets, producers, artists, dancers and MCs the world-over. Fuelled by a lifetime of human experience, using music as a primary means of communication; her work aims to be inclusive and energising, raw and honest.

Her Good Room Podcast is made up of just-a-sliver of some of her beloved records and was recorded in one single take, with some extra vocal ‘cameos’ digitally woven through. “If the listener feels anything – anything at all – it’s been worth it.”

Queens native MANIK is a quintessential New York DJ. A seasoned crate digger, MANIK spends hours in record shops to find those forgotten records and hidden gems for the dancefloor. As a producer, he’s built up a solid reputation with releases on Ellen Allien’s B-Pitch Control, Kim Ann Foxman’s Firehouse and Huxley’s label NIO.

After playing at the club in September, MANIK is on Podcast duty for Good Room. This all-vinyl mix brings together his unique brand of house and techno, old school and new school, expertly crafted for you to enjoy.

Ben Steidel is a Brooklyn-based DJ and musician. Originally hailing from San Francisco, he is currently a co-owner of Greenpoint’s Co-op 87 record store. He is also one third of the long-running tropical synth pop band Lemonade.

His Good Room Podcast is about an hour of slower, sometimes psychedelic dance music, recorded live on a Wednesday afternoon in anticipation of his warm-up set for Animal Collective’s DJs on 11.15.

It’s beautiful what shared purpose can do to two strangers. Since meeting in 2014, Dan and Jim have been working together to build Sweat Equity into a platform for the myriad voices of New York’s thriving dance scenes, mixing styles and genres that underscores the pair’s divergent backgrounds and loves in House, East Coast Club scenes, hip-hop, and the deeper archives of dance music history.

This ongoing project has grown into an artistic collaboration that matches the pair’s vision as producers and label owners. Having notched their first production with a remix of The Carry Nation’s “As If,” this year, the duo is currently working on their first original productions. This Good Room Podcast is their first mix together, but you can bet your bottom dollar there’s more to come! You can see them on the dancefloor on November 2 when the pair play at the PopGun Presents party.