Eric "EMan" Clark is a New York DJ, record producer and house music promoter who has hosted weekly parties and one-off events at a long list of notable venues including Centro-Fly, Cheetah, Nowbar, Baktun, Sapphire, Warehouse, Ciello, Idlewild, Sapphire and Frank's Lounge. In 1997 he co-founded "Bang The Party" with NYC nightlife reporter Lorie Caval. The intimate, underground house music party, where EMan held DJ residency, garnered local and international acclaim and had a remarkable six-year run. The event's popularity gave rise to a compilation album titled "Bang The Party: Volume One" (Jellybean/Sony) and a forthcoming documentary.
EMan currently co-writes and co-produces music with artists across the global house music spectrum and recently launched LIBERATE, an indie record label, in collaboration with Chicago-based producer Doc Link. Emancipated is a series of monologues based on his early experiences in the music industry.