(October 12th, 1967 - living) U.S.A.
Larry, an Atlanta, GA, native who hit the city in 1987, has been known as DJ and promoter for the legendary Love Machine parties, as a longtime fixture at Michael Alig's Disco 2000 debauch-fests and for co-writing RuPaul's Supermodel.
Larry is the founder of the Brooklyn gay music festival "Electroclash" and entrepreneur who owns Mogul Electro Records and has been featured in publications such as Face,Spin, Sleazenation, NME, Billboard, Fader, BPM, GQ, Spin, Rolling Stone, Surface, among many others. Now the international media has exploded with interest in the Electroclash phenomena.
When he was in Atlanta, Larry played in the band that produced the B-52's first single, ran a club called the Celebrity Club where groups such as 10,000 Maniacs, the Black Crows and Butthole Surfers played, and DJ'ed to the music of Kraftwerk and Depeche Mode.