at Le Bain
Featuring the DJ duo, Each Other
Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Le Bain at The Standard Hotel
FIAF is thrilled to partner with TEMPLON gallery as we return to Le Bain to celebrate the opening of TEMPLON’s new space in Chelsea and kick off the fall Arts and Cultural Season!
Join us on Wednesday, September 7, from 5–10pm, at one of New York’s most iconic rooftops. Dance the night away with sets by the French-American DJ duo, Each Other (Justin Strauss & Max Pask), while enjoying the city’s spectacular views.
Inspired by the iconic New York label ZE Records, Each Other will be spinning a special set that captures the essence of 1980s NYC with a mix of post-punk, post-disco, new wave, no wave, and French-indie pop.
Part of FIAF’s Fête de la Rentrée 2022 celebration.
DJ duo, Each Other (Justin Strauss & Max Pask)
Justin Strauss is one of the most influential and enduring figures on the New York club scene. Born in Paris, Max Pask has also cemented his reputation on the NYC scene since his move here in 2000. Together, they are the DJ duo Each Other.
Strauss consistently reinvented himself, moving from his ‘70s power-pop band Milk‘N’ Cookies through an array of NYC’s most iconic clubs: the Mudd Club, Limelight and Area. By the late ‘80s and early ‘90s he emerged as in-demand re-mixer, able to reinvent tracks from big hitters as varied as Depeche Mode, 808 State and Duran Duran. That reputation only grew over the years and as a new wave of disco-tinged artists called on his talents, including Hot Chip, Blood Orange and LCD Sound system.
Remixing the likes of Soulwax, The Rapture and Who Made Who, Pask has held residencies at a multitude of venues in Manhattan and Brooklyn over the years. Along with long time friend and partner James Friedman, he also co-manages Throne of Blood Records, on which he has released under different monikers (Populette / Maxime & Remain). The two are currently residents at Brooklyn Hi Fi Club Public Records. In recent years, Max has been heard remixing Hardway Bros, Roe Deers, Mugwump and Timothy Clerkin”