Party brand Risky Business Presents touches down in Brooklyn on Saturday, December 30th from 10 PM - 4:30 AM for a “NO PANTS” party with SCI+TEC rising star Johnny Trika. The event will take place at Brooklyn’s Bogart House, the party promises to be a fun and alternative way for New Yorkers to let their pants down to some of techno’s finest up and coming DJs on New Year’s Eve weekend.
Risky Business was born on the premise of bridging the underground scene with positive vibes. We choose to have a "pants optional" movement as an example of pure liberation and unity with cutting loose and having a good time. From residencies in New York's premier clubs to industrial venues and branded stages on festival grounds, Risky Business has become an important and revolutionary force to be reckoned with.
Welcoming a special guest who is Dubfire’s latest protégé, Canada's Johnny Trika will treat partygoers to one of his truly special live techno sets of which he is known for experimenting with one-off track arrangements. Risky Business resents DESNA and Chilly Mox as well as New York native Alex Raouf. The Montréal producer who counts Richie Hawtin as a fan has quickly made a name for himself as one of the new realms of techno live performers. With three EP’s on Dubfire’s SCI+TEC imprint and performances at the award-winning The BPM Festival and Montréal’s revered Stereo after-hours nightclub, Trika is constantly pushing the techno envelope during every live set he plays.
Known for their positive party vibes, Risky Business Presents have been making plenty of waves overseas hosting successful underground “NO PANTS” parties in Miami, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and at Amsterdam Dance Event. In New York, they have hosted numerous pants-less parties at some of the best nightlife venues Brooklyn has to offer including House of Yes and the Electronic Music Award's Club of the Year, Output. By offering a voluntary “pants-check” at the door, ravers are encouraged to ditch the lower outer layers in an effort to feel more liberated in a safe party space. At Risky Business Presents, partygoers can show off their bootylicious underwear and dance to some of the best techno and tech-house talent that the underground has to offer.