• Ge-ology@Secret Location

    Cover: $10.00
    Cover Notes: RSVP required for entry

  • SESSION 593: BLESS UP 04.08.10

    Mixed by Anthony AvatarDJ mOma

    Hosted by Liondub

    Bless up! : On the fifth day he created bass, then he took an Amen break. And so it was, that on Thursdays the high priests of low frequency would gather at the record store in Brooklyn to perform the ancient rites of the turntable… It is in this solemn spirit of praise to all that rumbles the jungle that the cult we call halcyon presents our latest, soon to be habitual ritual, Bless Up! – Thursdays from 6-9pm at halcyon the shop and archived on percussionlab.com Funky monks take note, Bless Up! is three hours of anything-but-silent devotion to the woofer ripping trinity of Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Dub Reggae. Our own pied pontiff, Liondub administers the wax sacraments alongside a rotating cast of cardinals representing NYC’s holiest DJ diocese. Visiting saints make miraculous appearances and as always, there’s no tithe at the door and plenty of alms for the poor, so you can save while being saved.

  • SESSION 592: A1 AFTRHRS 09.15.10

    Mixed by Ron Morelli

    1. Liaisons Dangereuses – Live In Hacienda
    2. Unknown
    3. Nacho Patrol Presents The Africa Jet Band – El Fuego En Nosotros Todo
    4. Reggie Dokes – Loft Supreme
    5. Unknown
    6. Frozen Border – 04
    7. Unknown
    8. Unknown
    9. Leron Cason – Red Lightbulb Theory
    10. Unknown

  • BackyardBoogie

  • DEEP,Fred P@Odyssea

  • DiscoOdyssea

  • SESSION 591: VINYLMANIA 09.14.10

    Played by Charlie GrapponeDJ Monchan (Downtown 161&304)

    01. Patrice Rushen – Number One
    02. Incognito – Lodown
    03. Idris Muhammad – Could Heaven Ever Be Like This
    04. Afro Celt Sound System – Release (Nu Yorican Soul Mix)
    05. Fudge – If I Had A Band
    06. Paula Ralph – Ain’t No Runnin’ Away (Ricanstruction Vocal Mix)
    07. Fish Go Deep with Tracey K – The Cure and The Cause (Dennis Ferrer Remix)
    08. Jon Culter Feat. E-Man – It’s Yours (Jon’s Bside Breakdown)
    09. Torutured Soul – Enjoy It Now
    10. Salome De Bahia – Outro Lugar
    11. Goody Goody- #1 DeeJay (Instrumental)

    12. Montego Bay – Magic
    13. Outdance – Sweet Lips
    14. Matthias “Natty” Heilbrown Feat.monique Bingham – Go Getter
    15. Aroop Roy Feat.Sacha Williamson – The Lonely Years
    16. Black Lillies – Cargo
    17. Chairmen of The Board – Life & Death
    18. Clifton Dyson – Slow Your Body Down

  • SESSION 590: ZAKKA 09.14.10

    Mixed by DJ Carter Van Pelt

    01. Joe Higgs-Change A Plan
    02. Delroy Wilson-It’s Impossible
    03. Ken Boothe-Don’t Want to See You Cry
    04. The Ethipoans-You’ll Want To Come Back
    05. The Conquerers-Mr.D.J.
    06. BB Seaton & The gaylads-That’s What Love will Do
    07. Lloyd Charmers-Come See About Me
    08. Bob And Y-You Don’t Know
    09. Johny Moore- Love Kiss blue
    10. The Melodians-Swing And Dine

  • SESSION 589: BLESS UP 03.25.10

    Mixed by o1o1

    01. June Miller – Nine – Inside
    02. Instra:mental – From the Start – Nonplus (dub)
    03. dBridge – 5th Floor – Exit
    04. Survival – Walk on By – Exit
    05. Survival – Stasis – PM
    06. Icicle – Strange Fruit – Soul:r
    07. June Miller – Converge – Horizons
    08. ASC – Phobos – Nonplus (dub)
    09. S.T. Files – Crack Den – Soul:r
    10. Spectrasoul – Insignia – Exit
    11. Alix Perez – Melanie – Shogun
    12. Raw Q – Summer Rain – Influence
    13. Luca – Speakeasy – Redseal

  • NEWS: ARTISTS GOES ON THE MOVE

    By COLIN MOYNIHANNY Times

    For decades, the East Village has been home to countless avant-garde organizations and collectives, drawn to the area by its cultural vitality and low cost of living.

    Those days of affordability, however, appear to have largely vanished, and over the last decade or so many of the creative groups that once had a home in the East Village have moved or become defunct.

    The latest to announce its departure is one of the more unusual to spring up there. That group, an artists’ collective and burial society called the Uranian Phalanstery and First New York Gnostic Lyceum Temple, was started in the East Village in the late 1950s by the artists Richard Oviet Tyler and Dorothea Tyler. [Read More]

  • SESSION 588: FUNKY SLICE 09.13.10

    Mixed by DJ Monchan

    01. Alex Flitsch Meets – Manah (Patrick Chardronnet Deep Mix)
    02. TK KONG feat. Elbee Bad – What This Musics Done To Me
    03. Manuel Tur & Dplay – Clock Shift
    04. I : Cube – Drophetization
    05. Boo Williams – Mars
    06. Motif – Fly By Nite
    07. New York Thunder – Holler
    08. Madonna – Secret (Juniors Sound Factory MIX)
    09. Liberty CITY- If You Really Love Someone (Murk Strikes Again MIX)
    10. WINX – Post Nasal Acid

  • Ali Coleman@WTB-LIC

  • ParadiseGarbage@GalleryBar

    Paradise Garbàge

    Date: September 16
    Time: 10:00pm – 4:00am
    Location: Gallery Bar // Basement
    120 Orchard Street (between Delancey and Rivington)
    New York, NY
    Cost: FREE

    Paradise Garbàge

    3 ne’er-do-well DJs (Krunk Pony x Toddlerone x K!O) pay homage to the greatest party that ever died. Either you get turning on the dance floor or Larry Levan does a couple spins in his grave. Disco, Detroit, Chicago, Classic House, Boogie all breathing life into the seedy underbelly of Gallery Bar. Dance focused. Free fruit to keep you energized.

    GALLERY BAR // Basement: 120 Orchard Street (Between Delancey and Rivington)

    LINKS:
    http://krunkpony.com/

    FACEBOOK RSVP:
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=107309692663709&ref=ts

  • SESSION 587: BLESS UP 03.18.10

    Mixed by Incyde, Dave Q, Joenice of Dubwar

    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.
    www.myspace.com/dubwarnyc