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Wolf + Lamb was born as an alias for DJ's Zev Eisenberg and Gadi Mizrahi. Both Brooklyn natives, they met in 2001 and immediately set off to carve a niche for themselves in the rough and tumble New York dance scene. In 2002 they began to produce a legendary series of events, and opening their venue,
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Wolf + Lamb was born as an alias for DJ's Zev Eisenberg and Gadi Mizrahi. Both Brooklyn natives, they met in 2001 and immediately set off to carve a niche for themselves in the rough and tumble New York dance scene. In 2002 they began to produce a legendary series of events, and opening their venue, the Marcy Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Production began in 2005, and soon the Wolf + Lamb Music label was born as a vehicle to publish the duo's new music, and emerging local producers inspired by and connected to their growing community. The labels tracks we're soon being heard in sets all over the world, by Dj's including Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos, Damian Lazaraus, and more. Releasing music from established artists like Lee Curtiss, Seth Troxler, Ryan Crosson and Shaun Reeves and new local artists like Nicolas Jaar, Smirk, No Regular Play the label has begun establishing itself as a formidable contributer to the worldwide dance scene. After 53 digital releases, the label's second vinyl, Seth Troxler's "Aphrika EP" is slated for release in January 2009.
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