• A new underground tech-house party@Love

    A new underground tech-house party

    DJs:David Berrie, Martin K, and Damian Major

    $10 admission on guestlist

    RSVP@versanyc.com

  • WhyStopNowParty@Onieals

    SUNDAY SCHOOL

    Eat Drink Vibe Dance Why Stop Now Its Only Sunday

    Hosted by Deane Evans
    DJ Mahogany spinning old, new and future school.
    SUNDAY SCHOOL
    EAT DRINK VIBE DANCE — Why Stop Now Its Only Sunday
    @ O’NIEALS Soho 174 Grand Street 212.941.9119
    FREE

    For more information or reservations contact
    Deane Evans @ 917.744.1048 or Events@DJMahogany.com

  • SESSION 620: BLESS UP 06.25.10

    Mixed by Liondub, Separlcure and Shigeto

    percussionlab

    Percussion Lab is a collective of like-minded artists, DJs, record labels and selectors. Since 2002 they’ve been curating an exclusive collection of live and DJ sets from their favorite artists, DJs and record labels. The site is open for DJs and Artists to submit, rate and comment on their own mixes. Praveen founded Percussion Lab with one goal in mind, to curate a collection of sets and radio shows which would bring a niche sound to a wider audience. Since then, the Percussion Lab collective has continually expanded to encompass a broader range of sounds, bringing artists such as Flying Lotus, Daedelus, Jimmy Edgar Khonnor to NYC to perform at events around town and playing an instrumental role in 2006?s BAPLab music and new media festival.
    http://www.percussionlab.com/

  • SESSION 619: VINYLMANIA 10.05.10

    Played by Charlie GrapponeDJ Monchan (Downtown 161&304)

    01. Jaydee – Plastic Dreams (Long Version)
    02. Adonis – No Way Back
    03. Groove Collective – Deal With It (The Gallery Collective Mix)
    04. Yam Who? – Wax The Van
    05. Noel Mckoy & Hardzone – Scandalous
    06. Atomosfear – Motivation
    07. Donald Fagen – New Frontier
    08. Fudge – Tequila Miss Paulette

  • ShareGroove@RSVP

  • NEWS: SLUMDAYS @ HUCKLEBERRY

    “Slumdays” is starting this Sunday (10/10 4pm-6pm) as Daily Session’s latest addition to the broadcasting schedule. Slumdays will be broadcasting LIVE from The Huckleberry Bar in Williamsburg (588 Grand St.) every other Sunday. The Huckleberry is an award winning bar for its mixed cocktails and food, as well as it’s relaxing environment with both comfortable indoor and outdoor seating.

  • SESSION 618: ZAKKA 10.05.10

    Mixed by Olé Koretsky (Jetlag)

    Dailysession.com presents
    the Party K.I.T. jumpin’ off at The Cove in Williamsburg!

    Packing hard drives full of shiny dance floor cuts, Djs Allan Dias (public image ltd) and Ole Koretsky (jetlag) are back at it again, making disco, electro, new wave and house go down like ice cold pop at the MTV awards. They’re smoother than Top40 Adult Contempo and just a tad more fresh with Vj Mamiko Kushida, a tipsy posse, and a smoke machine.

    Great music, solid sound-system, lasers, smoke machine and cheap liquor should get you in the right mood.

    the Cove
    108 North 6th Street (between Berry & Wythe in Williamsburg)
    Brooklyn, NY 11211
    L train to Bedford Ave

    10PM-4AM
    FREE Admission (legal drinking age only)

    Thanks for your support on September 17th! We had a great time!

    FaceBook RSVP
    http://dailysession.com/
    http://soundcloud.com/jetlagNYC

  • SESSION 617: BLESS UP 06.18.10

    Mixed by Incyde, Desto & Pandaia

    Dub War
    Dub War is the US’s original dubstep party, pushing boundaries and bass bins in New York City 4 years running. The event is held monthly at L.O.V.E., and features visiting guests at the forefront of the sound from the UK and worldwide alongside residents Dave Q, Joe Nice, Juakali,and Incyde.Expect futuristic bass music and the freshest dubplates straight off the press. Spanning the spectrum of tempos and styles, Dub War challenges audiences to be open to strange and unexpected sounds which defy convention but always hit hard on a heavy sound system. The Dub War crew has recently mixed for Maryanne Hobbs’Experimental show on BBC Radio1, and have been featured in the New York Times and New York Magazine.

  • Sound Noir @RSVP

  • SESSION 616: FUNKY SLICE 10.04.10

    Mixed by Takaya Nagase

    01. Juzu – Koza Feat. Ras Tweed
    02. Ramiro Mendes – Angola (Carl Craig’s Mix)
    03. Jungle Wonz – Time Marches On
    04. Francois K – Moov (Long Version)
    05. The Groove Asylum – In The Air
    06. The Brand New Heavies – Close To You (Inst Dub)
    07. Way Out West – Ajare (Wild Pitch Mix)
    08. Todd Terry – Hard House
    09. Pal Joey – Party Time
    10. DJ Duke – Moon Over Egypt (More bonus beats for Phil D.)

  • SESSION 615: BLESS UP 06.11.10

    Mixed by  mOma,Anthony AvatarLiondub

    mOma

    DJ mOma has enjoyed a successful spell as NYC’s best kept DJ secret. The cat is officially out of the bag however and that particular spell is now over: mOma is now celebrated as one of the rotten apple’s most creative and sought-after spinmeisters. His versatile approach to reading diverse crowds and rocking dance floors has seen him grace turntables from the City’s highest profile clubs (Tenjune / Cain / Lotus) to downtown’s most exclusive spots (105 Riv / Gold Bar / The Box).

    His seamless blend of funk soul hip hop reggae house and choice contemporary “bangers” also caught the ear of the entertainment industry as his services have been requested by Maxwell, Jill Scott and George Clooney; his weekly “Good Spot” residency – alongside Stimulus every Monday at 105 Riv – has been heralded as New York’s best party by nightlife industry types; his critically acclaimed “Satisfy My Soul” mixtape series has been described as the perfect mixtape collection by his DJ peers and casual listeners alike. mOma is also collaborating with The Rub’s heavyweight DJ Eleven on the Special Delivery project which consists of a monthly mixtape release accompanied by a monthly session at NYC’s premier musical mecca, APT.

  • Phil Asher@RSVP

    10:00-5:00 am 21+ event RSVP brooklynjam@gmail.com for full event details

    Phil Asher – Undoubtedly one of the UK’s most prolific dj/producers and has been indispensable to the progressive musical landscape over the past 15 years.
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