• SESSION 842: VINYLMANIA 03.12.11 POPUP SHOP

    Mixed by Takaya Nagase

  • SESSION 840 : BLESS UP 02.24.11

    Mixed by Liondub, David Last, Nukka Jones & Praveen

    David Last (Konque/theAgriculture)

    David Last is a musician and visual artist living in Brooklyn NY. With Sasha Kaline(Alka_Rex), he is a founder of the Konque label & music project. Tracks range from electronic dance music to cinematic orchestral ambience depending on the setting. This is not surprising, as he’s been creating music for a variety of venues; the dancefloor, Imax film, video installation, children’s animation, and albums.  He currently releases in a variety of contexts with labels like Staubgold (Berlin), Konque (NYC), and Foundsound/Unfoundsound (Berlin). He has remixed for many others including Francois K’s WaveTec (NYC), indie psych-rock label The Social Registry (NYC) and Audio.NL (Rotterdam). His downtempo full-length dubut album the Push Pul is now in its second printing with The Agriculture (NYC), having gained respect from tough critics like Pitchforkmedia, and generating a sizable international cult following.

    Praveen Sharma (Casette / Percussion Lab | NYC)

    Praveen Sharma has been making music for most of his life, and has contributed releases to AI, Neo Ouija, and Expanding Records. He also runs Percussion Lab, a hub for underground electronic music and exclusive DJ sets, in addition to being an avid live performer and event organizer in New York City. Praveen released his debut Backed by Spirits on the now-defunct Neo Ouija imprint in early 2005. Not long after, Praveen returned from a profound journey through his family’s native India with a minidisk full of field recordings and voices, forming the basis of Song Spun Simla, his second album released with Benoit Pioulard. His most recent work with Machinedrum under the alias Sepalcure has garnered international acclaim and a solid string of releases thru the infamous Hotflush label headed by Scuba. Their mix of Tribal Dub, House and Two-Step beats works equally well for both late nights in the club and rainy, introspective nights at home. Detroit Techno chords cut through wooden beats, neon synths and dubbed out atmospherics, leading the always looking for the next thing music press to coin the term “Love Step” to describe Sepalcure’s effect.

  • SESSION 839: EVENT SESSION 03.12.11 SHAKEDOWN

    Mixed by Monchan & Ali Coleman

  • SESSION 838: MO MUSIC MO LIFE 1.18.10

    Mixed by Asahi Suzuki @ Studio 11 NYC

    01. Justin Timberlake Vs. Michael Jackson – Rock Your Body
    02. Justin Timberlake – My Love (DFA mix)
    03. The QSO – Walking Through Tomorrow (Super 8 part 3)
    04. Michael Jackson – Billie jean
    05. Rayvon vs Kurtis Blow – No Guns No Murder (Dreadsquad Blend)
    06. Smashing Pumpkins – Perfect
    07. chris Brown – Run It
    08. DJ Element vs. ThaMoella – SSBT Battle ( Round II )
    09. Madonna vs. Jamiroquai – Beautiful Underground (v2)
    10. Jennifer Lopez vs. Chris Isaak – J To the Low (Jools MF)

  • SESSION 837: VINYLMANIA 03.08.11

    Mixed by Martin PayneEric Lopez

    01. Raheem De Vaughn – You
    02. Teddy Douglas Feat. Margaret Grace – Whatcha Gonna Do?
    03. Telepopmusik – Love Can Damage Your Health
    04. Dennis Ferrer – Church Lady
    05. Blaze feat.Barbara Tucker – Most Precious Love ( Dennis Ferrer Remix)
    06. Dennis Ferrer – Son Of Raw
    07. Leela – My Joy
    08. Roy Ayers – Brand New Feeling (Shelter Vocal)
    09. Africanism – Love Is The Answer
    10. Okada Taxi Feat. Monique Bingham – Come and Live With Me

  • SESSION 836: ZAKKA 03.08.11

    Mixed by DJ Monchan

    01. Abcah Soul – Chuckie’s Turn
    02. Tom & Joice – Quexiume
    03. Oreja – Manana Por La Manana
    04. Geoffrey Williams – Somewhere On A  Beach
    05. Ten City – Going Up in Smoke
    06. Masters at work – Ease Your Mind
    07. Soul Jazz Ensemble – Changes
    08. Flytronix –  Heavy traffic
    09. Tom*Joy feat Tony Allen – Antigua
    10. Monica Noguaira – Ken goes Brazil
    11. Nulife. -Electric Funk

  • SESSION 835: FUNKY SLICE 03.07.11

    Mixed By DJ Alfreako & Kathleen aka DJ Lupe Loop

    01. Michael Henderson – SOLID
    02. Billy Cobham – A Funky Thide Of Sings
    03. Blackbyrds – Spaced Out
    04. Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Evolution
    05. The Fatback Band – The Joint ( You and Me)
    06. Julius Papp – The Awakening
    07. Phreek Plus One – New Disco Dimension
    08. Phreek Plus One – I Love You
    09. Three kings – Shake Dat Booty ( Pal Joey MIX )
    10. King Kong – Beatnut Break

  • SESSION 834: THE BANDWAGON 02.02.11

    Mixed by Crazy Larry & Taimur Agha

    Crazy Larry

    Crazy Larry is a young and fearless talent with an insatiable craving for old and new sounds. He fell in love with dance music in 2000, being inspired in his love of wax by Denver’s famed record store Casa Del Sol, where he would eventually be employed. Transplanted to NYC two years ago, Larry brought with him a well deserved rep based on his infamous underground parties, Udder Madness and, in cahoots with Taimur & Co., Cheap Sunglasses. He also brought a fierce yet fun live set that incorporates vintage drum machines, live home made plug-ins, and even the Nintendo Wii. Missing his record slinging days though, Larry recently joined Taimur Agha and Shadi Magallaa on team halcyon. In 2011 look out for Time to Get ILL, the label born from his shindgs of the same name.

    The Bandwagon

    The Bandwagon is halcyon’s All New Old-Timey Record Review and Talent Show! Each and every Two hour ride on The Bandwagon begins with halcyon the shoppe’s own high-flying Techno honcho in a poncho… the mysterious and often delirious Taimur Agha of BLK|Market Membership! Thrill to Taimur’s death-defying DJ feats as he balances beats live without a net on the www in his round up of the latest and greatest ear-catching, ground-shaking musical marvels from the far corners of the globe. Then, turn your attention to the center ring for The Bandwagon’s main attraction!… Direct from the far off nether regions of Brooklyn we bring you an astonishing cavalcade of talent never before assembled on one program – musical magicians, masterful minstrels and mystifying midi-freaks alike will be unveiled to your shock and awe with in-depth interviews and exclusive featured performances.

  • SESSION 833 : BLESS UP 02.17.11

    Mixed by Liondub, Nihal, FaltyDL & Dev79

    FaltyDL (Planet Mu/Rush Hour/Ramp | NYC)
    FaltyDL is Drew Lustman outta New York City. He’s making garage ‘n stuff with his hands. Nostalgic tracks immersed in the old New York and Chicago sound yet creating a more subtle futuristic Big Apple version mashing together influences from Hip-Hop, Dubstep, Garage, Soul, Jungle and Electronica creating his own NYG. NYG. NYG.

    Dev79 (Seclusiasis/Slit Jockey | Philly)
    Philadelphia’s brazen Dev79, aka Gair Marking, has been bangin’ out the underground sounds for years. With an almost reckless abandon he attacks a barrage of genres (from UKG to Grime to Tropical to Dubstep to Rap and whatever else) to create his spin on the Street Bass style. He’s done recent remixes for +Verb, Guttstar, Kaiser, Raffertie, DZ, Starkey, BD1982, Gobs the Zombie, Mestizo, Dmn Days, Sduk and is soon to present a mixtape for up and coming r&b/reggae singer Sheba as well as working on a collab EP with Seattle’s Thrills (Sub Philo Music). Dev79 and Starkey are the masterminds behind the Seclusiasis empire and Street Bass Anthems series, as well as the Slit Jockey Records imprint with additional partner El Carnicero.

  • SESSION 832: VINYLMANIA 03.05.11 POPUP SHOP

    Mixed by Ali Coleman & Nutritious @ Vinylmnia Popup Records in Zakka

    Who said Vinylmania is dead?

    “VINYLMANIA STILL ALIVE”

    Owner Charlie Grappone opened the Vinylmania’s doors in 1978. He opened the store with a sparse selection of Rock records, but after crowds from the Paradise Garage started showing up, he realized his market was with the house heads. Vinylmania quickly became the goto spot for house in NYC, eventually spawning a record label under the same name, and it’s legacy began. Sadly Vinylmania closed its doors in 2007 after almost 3 decades of business. Charlie has since moved his inventory into Downtown 161, a record distributor in Lower Manhattan, where he opens one day a week for a select group of shoppers.

    DailySession and Charlie Grappone are going to revive the life and legacy of New York’s premiere House record store — Vinylmania. The doors may have closed in 2007, but Charlie’s love for records still lives on. DailySession will open the Vinylmania pop-up shop in Zakka. So all you people who thought the record store ended when the lights went out, come into Zakka to feel the beat again.

    now~untill March/14th

    Zakka
    155 plymouth st,
    Brooklyn, NY 11201
    Open Noon ~ 7pm.
    F train to York
    A,C to High st

    Listening Booth is available on tuesday, friday, saturday and sunday.

  • SESSION 831: VINYLMANIA 03.04.11 POPUP SHOP

    Mixed by Eric Lopez @ Vinylmnia Popup Records in Zakka

    Who said Vinylmania is dead?

    “VINYLMANIA STILL ALIVE”

    Owner Charlie Grappone opened the Vinylmania’s doors in 1978. He opened the store with a sparse selection of Rock records, but after crowds from the Paradise Garage started showing up, he realized his market was with the house heads. Vinylmania quickly became the goto spot for house in NYC, eventually spawning a record label under the same name, and it’s legacy began. Sadly Vinylmania closed its doors in 2007 after almost 3 decades of business. Charlie has since moved his inventory into Downtown 161, a record distributor in Lower Manhattan, where he opens one day a week for a select group of shoppers.

    DailySession and Charlie Grappone are going to revive the life and legacy of New York’s premiere House record store — Vinylmania. The doors may have closed in 2007, but Charlie’s love for records still lives on. DailySession will open the Vinylmania pop-up shop in Zakka. So all you people who thought the record store ended when the lights went out, come into Zakka to feel the beat again.

    now~untill March/14th

    Zakka
    155 plymouth st,
    Brooklyn, NY 11201
    F train to York
    A,C to High st
    Open Noon ~ 7pm.

    Listening Booth is available on tuesday, friday, saturday and sunday.

  • SESSION 830: THE BANDWAGON 01.19.11

    Mixed by Craig Richards &  Taimur


    Craig Richards
    Craig Richards has realized worldwide recognition by staying in one place. His residency at London’s most famed club, Fabric, is an unparalleled success. As artist in residence and musical director for Saturday nights at Fabric he is responsible for the inspired approach taken to programming by the club. Each and every week he creates an inspiring soundtrack, never the same and always challenging. His early morning sets are the stuff of legends.

  • SESSION 829: A1 AFTRHRS 03.02.11

    Mixed By Donald Lassier

    01. Larry Heard – Riverside Drive
    02. Larry Heard – Insight
    03. Larry Heard – Time
    04. Larry Heard – Free
    05. Larry Heard – Just One Minutes
    06. Mwini
    07. Joi – How beautiful
    08. Black Coffee – We are One
    09. Fela – Sorrow Tears and Blood (Remix by Timmy Regisford And Adam Rios)
    10. ? (No compromise)

  • SESSION 828: VINYLMANIA 03.01.11

    Mixed by Martin Payne &  Monchan

    01. Darryl James Presents Erotika – Berimbau (Duces Wild Remix)
    02. Alix Alvarez – Runaway
    03. Jihad Muhammad – Nj Groove
    04. Maxine Inniss – Standing Strong (Without You)
    05. Laid – Punch Up (Frankie Feliciano Original Edit)
    06. Anthony Nicholson/William Kurk & The Miquifaye Allstars – Tell Me A Bedtime Story (miquifaye Studio Mix)
    07. Montana & Stewart feat. Sofia Rubina – I Need You Back
    08. The Djoon Experience Feat. Kenny Bobien – Old Landmark
    09. Kenny Bobien – Father
    10. Scott Hardkiss Feat. Lisa Shaw – Come on, Come On

  • SESSION 827: EVENT SESSION 02.25.11 iWEPA!

    Mixed by Antonio Ocasio & Lou Gorbea

  • SESSION 826: EVENT SESSION 02.25.11 WEPA!

    Mixed by Antonio Ocasio & Lou Gorbea

  • SESSION 825: FUNKY SLICE 02.28.11

    Mixed by Takaya Nagase

    01. Slow to speak / Mis Information Organized Contradictions
    02. February & Mars – Dragonflies
    03. Deee Lite – How do You Say …Love (A Delicious Pal Joey Dub)
    04. Komplex de Deep – Stabs Call (Christian Prommer remix)
    05. Emmanuel Jal – Kuar Version (Henrik Schwarz Remix)
    06. The Jackson Five – Dancing Machine (Henrik Schwarz B side Remix)
    07. Arrow – Groove Master (Dedication Edit Mix)
    08. Laid Back – Cocaine Cool
    09. Kink & Neville Watson – Metropole
    10. Mungolian Jetset – Moon Jocks N Prog Rocks

  • SESSION 824: THE BANDWAGON 01.19.10


    Mixed By Sean Cusick, Taimur


    Sean Cusick
    Sean Cusick has been pushing his definitive blend of sexy House and Techno since the mid-’90s. He has shared deck time with the likes of Sasha, John Digweed,Josh Wink, Terry Francis, Nick Warren and Global Communications to name but a few. Breaking out of Florida, Sean first rose to international prominence on the back of his residencies in the illustrious Twilo, NYC; performing each month with Sasha and John Digweed as well as his bi-monthly residency there with Anthony Pappa. His production work, released under the Second Hand Satellites moniker. has yielded some veritable classic Tech-House plates.  Along with Jimmy Van M,he formed Freelance Icebreakers, releasing on Flying Rhino and Bedrock. Their remix of Bedrock’s Voices was featured on Sasha and Digweed’s massive selling mix compilation, Communicate. He has also produced tracks with house veterans Sam Mollison (Dreams), Mick Parks (Eight Mile Sound), and Gaetan Schurer (Unbound). His pairing with Three from Hallucination records resulted in Multiple Mirrors, which has received critical acclaim and constant play from such DJs as Laurent Garnier, John Digweed, Lee Burridge and Doc Martin, landing eventually on the Tyrant compilation as well as Doc Martin’s mix CD. Sean also began a solo project called the Sean Q6 Thing,focusing on House/Techno and downtempo Funk.

  • SESSION 823: EVENT SESSION 02.27.11

    Mixed by Tomoyuki Yasuda, Ali Coleman & Sakaki Nakamura

  • SESSION 822: THE BANDWAGON 12.22.10

    Mixed by Taimur & Fahad


    Taimur & Fahad
    In humble deference to the top flight touring talent they regularly bring to NYC, the dynamic duo behind BLK|Market Membership are too often relegated to opening duties at their own parties, but make no mistake, these guys are a downright wicked pair of DJs in their own right. With the holidays approaching and everyone returning home to appreciate their families, we thought it was overdue to have a family night of our own at The Bandwagon so f@#k everyone else. We’re taking a ride with our own for this one, son.