is a legend in his own right. He was the fist DJ to produce his own record («Kiss Me Again» in 77 with Arthur Russell). His own club The Gallery was New York’s hottest disco for years. It was here that future superstars like Grace Jones or Loleatta Holloway had their first appearances. Before The Gallery finally closed its doors in 1978, Siano was also a resident at Studio 54. He is still DJing and producing records to this day.
Meditation music and candle light.
To the radio, trying to hear what commercial bullshit is out there.
I rarely ride, but I usually don’t listen to music when I ride, it can be a hazard.
I prefer house music and eclectic sets. I never mind hearing a rock record, or an old record and a new record back to back. And I leave clubs where the music sound like one long song...That is soooooo boring!
New house. I like house music, it makes me happy.
Anything I'm producing, cause I play it over and over and over until they throw up.
Or Mellow jazz. Not loud either. In a car the sound usually is not so good, I’d rather listen to something low, then something loud and distorted.
I like the quiet when I fall asleep, so the radio is not on.
I watch TV when I’m sick... I don’t listen to music.
Rock... I love to fuck to rock... It gets me excited.
I usually listen to the music I’m thinking of playing for my set. Because when I'm on a plane I’m usually traveling to a gig. So it’s usually new house music.
Oh, I’d watch a horror movie to really get into the scene and freak myself out a bit. Go over the edge and run into the hall naked.
I rarely listen to music on the subway. I read. I have many interests and I try to fit them all in.
I like to listen to new music. Something I’ve been sent, or bought recently and haven’t listened to yet. I’m most open to new music in the AM.
I was very young, and my older brothers were listening to this music.
Probably a Montivani album to test my sound system... haha.