Webster Hall saw yet another memorable Friday night when Girls & Boys NYC brought out Crookers and Fake Blood to officially kick off the weekend. Arriving to the dark studio around midnight, Fake Blood kicked off his highly anticipated set. Fake Blood is not a frequent performer in the States, so as an opening act for Crookers, the British DJ brought us many tracks from his recent compilation for Fabriclive that includes the likes of Mumbai Science and Brodinski. Closing out his set he dropped crowd favorites from his album “Cells,” and the ever-popular “I Think I Like It.” Having sufficiently paved the way for Crookers to take the stage with his danceable electro tracks, Fake Blood amped up the crowd more than enough to handle what Crookers had prepared for them.
The Italian DJ/ producer known as Crookers has one of the most highly esteemed careers in dance music. His collaboration with former partner Bot on Kid Cudi’s “Day N Night,” brought Crookers to mainstream attention almost a decade ago, and Crookers has since to relinquish the spotlight. Completely changing the vibe of Webster Hall, Crookers dropped everything from Hip-hop and trap, to electro and moombahton. Dropping well known favorites like “Bring In The Katz,” “Big Booty Bootleg,” and his “Pop That Bootleg,” Crookers brought enough energy and enthusiasm to keep that party totally “tvrnt.”
Proving why he is one of the most in demand DJs in the world, Crookers performed one of the most dynamic and crowd-pleasing sets at Webster Hall to date. For those in North America who have yet to experience their very own memorable Crookers show, try to catch him on some of his remaining US tour dates on his “SummerTour.” Lets hope Crookers has another stop on our side of the pond planned for the near future. Until then, all us Crookers fans will have to pass the time with this on repeat.

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