Greg Cuocos Aqua-booty podcast
The Global Underground Experience since 1993
Brooklyn Deep for Spring
May 12, 2011 10:42 AM PDT
Throwing down some deep stuff for the coming parties I will be spinning at, Aqua-Booty!, Sunset NYC, Replicant Mondays, most of which have been in Brooklyn!Miami Magic - WMC 2011
April 09, 2011 04:44 PM PDT
Some tunes I brought down to Miami for the Lotus Agency Party and the Next Aid Benefit Beats Build Hope.
December 19, 2010 09:56 PM PST
Some downtempo disco grooves to keep you movin.Aqua-soul Mix for October
October 12, 2010 11:14 AM PDT
Back on the soulful tip with some grooves I hope you will enjoy...
Aqua-Booty! still once a month in NYC
September 12, 2010 11:13 AM PDT
Departing from the soulful for a second with some DEEP and Deeper tracks with some tek- infused sounds.DJ Greg Cuoco's Aqua-booty! Mix - Thanksgiving
November 26, 2009 06:26 PM PST
Thanksgiving Mix with a true Aqua-Booty! vibe.
DJ Greg Cuoco's Aqua-booty! Mix - August
August 03, 2009 08:38 PM PDT
Some new items on vinyl, First Darkness, Sometimes, Love Break & a whole lot more. A bit on the deep dub side.Greg Cuoco - Aqua-booty Mix
May 05, 2009 09:32 PM PDT
Getting ready for the summer and 2 new locations for Aqua-booty! events:
The last Friday of the month at AQUA in Williamsburg BrooklynDJ Greg Cuoco's Aqua-booty! Mix
October 11, 2008 05:02 PM PDT
NYC - Aqua-booty!
Greg Cuocos Aqua-booty podcast is reflective of the Aqua-booty events where Greg is the resident with guests such as Tony Humphries, Oscar P, Duce Martinez, Eric Kupper. Always full of deep and soulful tracks the music will take you on a journey much like being at one of the Aqua-booty events.
Greg Cuoco has grew up with a number of family members involved in music. Greg's grandfather, Angelo Cuoco had played Vaudville and many other venues with his "sing & swing session" in New York City. Currently Greg's brother Sean is the lead singer for his band "Southern Exposure". Involved in college radio in the 80's, Greg was exposed to many different musical forms, but it was not until he moved back to downtown New York City that he got his experience with house music. Getting local DJ jobs in the Soho section of NYC, Greg quickly developed his DJ style into entertaining crowds in downtown clubs of all sizes. The 1990's saw Greg getting involved in the dance music industry with Vinyilla Records, Choice Records, Jungle Sounds Records as well as starting Monarch Management. With NYC nightlife lacking, a chance to do one room of an afterhours party "House Nation" was how Greg and Johnny Sender came to start Aqua-booty! The party developed into it's own weekly Thursday night at "The Bar Room" on 14th St. in the meatpacking district. The party was all about the music and with a diverse crowd that came to hear DJ's in 2 rooms. Numerous guest DJ's played the best music to be heard and the Residents, Tony Humphries, Danny Taneglia, Tedd Patterson & Greg Cuoco all created a vibe that pulled in people from all over the globe. Aqua-booty! expanded to London with Alan Russell and to Winter Music Conference events in Miami as well. Production started on Greg's first release "The Aqua-booty Theme" and in 1995, 5 mixes were relased on Victor Simonelli's Big Big Trax label. Aqua-booty! Records was then started and Neal Conway's "Return to Disco EP" and Prince Quick Mix's "NYC Lies in Dust" followed. Currently Greg has been working on new tracks to be released on Aqua-booty! Records in 2008. Visit http://www.vjsinc.com to find all trax for download. With the success of Aqua-booty! in the US, Greg played in various clubs in the UK, Italy and Canada. Ministry of Sound, Back to Basics, Echoes. Prince, Love Nation Tartana were a few of the clubs and parties that got to hear the Aqua-booty sound that originated in the NYC downtown scene. For Bookings: email: email@example.com For information check: www.aqua-booty.com www.MySpace/aquabootynyc
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