Although Oscar G. and Ralph Falcon both hold their own residencies at
separate Miami clubs (Oscar is a monthly resident at Space, while Ralph
takes to the decks monthly at Crobar), they have never before shared the stage as Murk. Uniting as one, Murk is about to prove once again why they are the dominant force behind Miami's dance music scene. Commencing on Sunday, December 4, 2005 and following each Sunday night thereafter, the Miami dance music community will experience Murk - the residency. This landmark weekly event will be known as "Made In Miami" and is presented by respected Miami promoter Biz Martinez and Murk Records label manager David Orth.
"We hope to create something very special and home-grown. Ralph and I have been touring the world for many years but have never had the
opportunity to build something together at home. We've always been very proud of our Miami history and this will be our chance to turn a new
page." - Oscar G.
"Oscar and I have been very fortunate throughout the years to receive an incredible amount of support locally. This party will allow us to bring
home what we have been doing globally for 15 years. We are and will
always be MADE IN MIAMI." - Ralph Falcon
Murk's new weekly residency at MANSION launches in conjunction with
several exciting new projects. Oscar G's hot new mix CD "Made In Miami" was recently released on Star 69 records and has received high marks for bringing his trademark Miami sound to stereo's all over the world. From the Murk Records camp, Steve Lawler's new mix of the Funky Green Dogs classic "Reach For Me" continues to tear it up, while a brand new Murk single, "Some Lovin" (featuring remixes from Robbie Rivera and Nick Fanciulli) is on the horizon.