2013 promises to be an exciting year for the enthusiastic JACK THE BOX combo. With the schedule already solidly booked for the first quarter and the Moodmusic release of their album “Jack the Box presents: Side A” in autumn - it’s definitely all going supa-dupa.In September 2012 Moodmusic released their first single collaboration: “Jack the Box presents: The Tyree Cooper and Bobby Starrr E.P.” of which the feature track “The Way We Walk” was welcomed with kudos by the house scene.Tyree Cooper and Bobby Starrr a.k.a. Robert M. Stanley naturally bounce off of each other with all of their original energy intact and together they morph into an audience engaging, interactive sensation which keeps the dance floor emotionally connected to the stage until long into the late morning hours.The charismatic duo met in 2007 and they soon realized that despite each artist owning a strong identity, they perfectly complement each other’s style. The project name, JACK THE BOX, an homage to the Chicago house scene, was found shortly after. Today the combo holds regular residencies at Kater Holzig and Tresor in Berlin.JACK THE BOX’s undeniable charisma and enthusiasm for deep, Chicago inspired yet contemporary house music and their flawless track record of successful parties has garnered them a distinguished reputation amongst a remarkably high calibre of crowd-pleasers.Already in the early beginnings JACK THE BOX was able to secure an impressive list of guest DJs for their first year-long residency at Berlin’s foremost EDM underground venue Kleine Reise.Amongst others they attracted high-profile and newcomer guests such as A Guy Called Gerald (Manchester), Nick V (Paris) and Danny Rampling (London).With the closing of Kleine Reise, the JACK THE BOX Berlin residency moved temporarily to Loftus Hall before signing a monthly residency deal with Tresor. Their monthly party “E- man-ci-pate” draws on average 350 guests and continues to feature international favorites as well as up-and-coming guest DJs such as Farley Jackmaster Funk (Chicago), Pal Joey (New York), Terrence Parker (Detroit), and Rob Mello (London), and also live-acts such as Nicholas (Italy) and Robert Owens (Chicago).2013-04-29 07:13:48 email@example.com Jack The BoxIn light of the success at Tresor, JACK THE BOX were approached by Kater Holzig (formerly Bar 25) to create a house-party franchise that protrudes in the electro-heavy environment of Berlin and therewith the bi-monthly residency “Lunarphase” was inaugurated which in average entertains 500 guests well after sunrise. Guest DJs included amongst others Supa DJ Dmitry (Kiev), Matt Flores (Dusseldorf), James Johnston (Glasgow), Eric D. Clark (Berlin), and Melon (Amsterdam).In 2009 JACK THE BOX were approached by Sweatlodge Radio to host a weekly radio show which Bobby Starrr continues to curate every Wednesday from Yuma Bar, inviting his DJ friends from around the world to perform live and direct via online-stream. Regular pan-European co- hosts of the show are Tyree Cooper broadcasting from Yuma Bar; Joost Dulac, broadcasting from Soundfreax in Amsterdam; and DJ Upi, broadcasting from various clubs, bars and even saunas in Helsinki. Featured in-house guests included Mandel Turner (New York, Paris), Red Rack’em (Nottingham), Joe Babylon (San Jose), DJ Toh (Tokyo), and Bryan Agent Pepper (Paris).Further highlights invited by JACK THE BOX to perform at their various events were DJ Yellow (Paris), K’Alexi Shelby (Chicago), Dole and Kom (Berlin), Peter Power (Dublin), Terry Farley (London), Filippo ‘Naughty’ Moscatello (Berlin), Charles Webster (Nottingham), Frankie Valentine (London), and Dan Curtain (Cleveland).JACK THE BOX non-domestic bookings are represented exclusively by Claudia Schneider of Pearl’s Booking, Berlin.DJ Tyree Cooper has been a proactive element of the music industry since the beginning of house music back in 1986. His contributions have resulted in the birth of the "Hip House" genre, where the MC is intermediating between DJ and audience and therewith engaging an intense emotional connection between stage and dance floor. Numerous top ten chart- and club-hits, such as "Turn Up The Bass", “Hardcore Hip House”, and "Groove You Out Tonight", were the results. Once he made himself a name as a DJ in addition to his MC skills, he never left the Technics 1200's alone. Today Tyree’s international solo touring schedule includes performances at Ministry Of Sound in the United Kingdom, Trouw Club in Amsterdam, Roots United in St. Petersburg, Panorama Bar in Berlin, and a monthly residency at Bern’s Club in Stockholm. Tyree owns, manages and produces for his record label Supa Dupa Records which features next to his JACK THE BOX business partner’s solo project Bobby Starrr Productions, also The Chuck Brothers (Chicago), and Matt Flores (Berlin). In addition to his own productions, Tyree is often requested to remix tracks and showcase his MC skills for other producers and labels, including Ben Sims (London), Tom Trago (Amsterdam), Ovium Recordings (Philadelphia), Superfancy Recordings (Berlin), and Killekill House Trax (Berlin).Hailing from the UK, DJ Bobby Starrr, a.k.a. Robert M. Stanley, or just Stanley, learnt the tricks of the trade from scratch, working his first student jobs at record stores and promoting and organizing parties before acting as Head of Dance Department at the spiritual home of indie music lovers MLM in the West-Midlands. In 1999 his path lead him to Vienna where he branded the monthly events “Royal Flush” and “Airdig”. He put his stamp on parties such as “Hustler” at its original location Piper’s Ballroom and “Wednesday Club” at Stein’s Diner. Stanley has brought his positivity charged and audience engaging solo sets to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Vienna, and Paris with regular solo bookings in Berlin at Platoon Kunsthalle and Cookies.