Spybar presents


Zebo, Greg Corner

Sun ยท August 5, 2018

Doors: 10:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

$0.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Felix Da Housecat
Felix Da Housecat
Felix Da Housecat's 2001 album, Kittenz and thee Glitz, turned the dance music world on its side as his collaborations with the now infamous Miss Kittin on "Silver Screen" and "Madame Hollywood" and Melistar on "Harlot" and "What Does it Feel Like" spawned a synth club revival. Along the way, Felix gained mainstream press acceptance and was heralded by Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone and Spin as one of the most creative artists in music today.

Post-Kittenz, Felix has become one of the most sought after remixers and producers on the planet reinterpreting songs by everyone from the Pet Shop Boys to Kylie Minogue to Nina Simone. In 2003 he was nominated for Grammy Award for his mix of Rinocerose's "Lost Love," released two mix albums entitled Excursions and Bugged Out and began working with artists like P-Diddy, who were eager to tap his prodigious production skills.

With all that said, one inevitable question remains, where did the name "Devin Dazzle and the Neon Fever" come from? Felix being Felix, has an answer for everything: "Devin Dazzle is a character fascinated by the nightlife," he says "Every time he sees neon lights he gets the fever. But Dazzle has a friend named Neon Fever who's a bad influence on him and is everything opposite of Devin." So, might this be an autobiographical album? "It's something personal" he says, "and I'm not gonna tell."
Zebo started his dj / producer career in the late 90's playing at various underground parties through out the Midwest. Originally starting as a Junglist, he branched off into other musical genres such as House, Hip Hop, Reggae, Soul & Funk, and today plays music in just about every genre imaginable. In 2008 he was listed in URB Magazine's "Next 100" issue and also in New City's "Top 45 Musical Artists" in Chicago. He currently runs the Chicago-based label, Hot Dog Records with partner Marco Morales as well as holding various residencies through out the city.
Venue Information:
646 N Franklin Street
Chicago, IL, 60654