Liberty Hall Crates: Jacques Renault

Giving a quick dig through his 10k deep collection of wax, Jacques Renault takes us through his influences one record at a time. While spending key points of his life in three of America’s richest music cities, Jacques found a home in NYC and has since made an impact. Party turned label Let’s Play House, became and staple and homage …

Liberty Hall Crates: Love Letters

Drawn to New York by an indescribable fit, this Vermont native turned Nowadays resident is quickly rising one solid record at a time. Cutting his teeth by making his own moves, Maxime Robillard learned the dance floor biz by packing it. In addition to the house-heavy Love Letters project, Robillard’s ambient duo Hypnotic Spa is changing genre norms on the …

Liberty Hall Crates: Amelia Holt

Channelling her roots, Amelia Holt’s audio influences drawn from an upbringing in Mexican border town Río Bravo, Tamaulipas. Now a rising name of the on Brooklyn decks, Holt’s eclectic DJ sets are a refreshing reminder of cultural diversity in dance. Her previous post at Red Bull Music Academy’s Radio, her founding in underground sounds was built alongside local and global …

Liberty Hall Crates: Ron Like Hell

Drawn to New York by the disco ball, the Ron Like Hell project has become a familiar face behind the decks of Brooklyn and beyond. With a diverse background on and off the dance floor, Ron’s music tastes have remained rooted in vinyl. Keeping busy as a vinyl buyer and full-time DJ, this selector’s crate is packed with timeless cuts …