New Yorker Andrew Devlin started the party in 2014 after cutting his teeth in the open-format clubs of downtown Manhattan. He's a promoter/manager/DJ/performance artist/chef who blends a love of nostalgia with a will to surprise. His range behind the decks veers from Barry White to Aaliyah, Larry Heard to Beck. He's the man behind The Level Party bookings since the beginning.
Brooklyn-born Kafilah Muhammad is a DJ in the Brooklyn underground. As a member of Misschief Collective, she plays all over the city, weaving deep house gems to crowds at Paragon, Le Bain, and Glen Falls House. As a solo artist, she displays an ear for relaxing, optimistic sounds on her Lot Radio show, Swimming. Her DJ sets veer from lush downtempo to hands-in-the-air house moments and surprise Italo bangers.
The artist formerly known as Nasty Nigel, born in Queens, is a veteran of NYC nightlife. He's performed around the country with the rap group World's Fair. He's played party jams at downtown hotspots and LA institution The Do-Over. He's produced wavey jungle and house music as Nigelthreetimes. Today, he's comfortable hosting a liquid jungle night, rinsing deep house in a basement, or closing down a roof party in a wide range of styles.
Chicago's Annie Murnighan is a relatively new addition to New York nightlife, but she's making waves quickly. A trained musician, she's played in bands around the east coast for years. Lately, she's shifted focus on production, carving out her own sound in bass music and techno. With support from Martyn's 3024 and more releases in the pipeline, it looks to be a big year for No Sir. As a DJ, she's as comfortable chugging at 135 as she is weaving dubby ambient for hours on end.
Buffalo native Daniel Creahan has been a local favorite on Bushwick dancefloors for as long as the party has been around. As label head at Sweat Equity, he released early records from Tygapaw, Deli Girls, Overland, and Macy Rodman. As a producer, he's remained prolific and experimental, releasing club-friendly tracks as Alien D and weirdo ambient in the collaboration Dekalb Works. He’s a resident selector on The Lot Radio and helps host roving downtempo hang False Peak. As a DJ, dancer and vibe guy, he's everywhere all at once.
Born in Mexico City, Yibing first fell in love with free-form radio during the time she spent in the West Coast. Upon moving to New York she landed a dream job for young music heads--working on Beats in Space with Tim Sweeney. After years soaking up track IDs, working on releases for the label and seeing some of the world's best DJs work up close, Yibing's stepped out on to the scene with a voice all her own. Her monthly show on The Lot Radio, Tranquilamente, is easy listening for the 2023 music lover. Her DJ sets mix downtempo, house, rave, post-punk, dub, and shoegaze, bringing her love for radio and playful approach to digging onto the dance floor.