• SESSION 509: FUNKY SLICE 06.28.10

    Mixed by Joe Palumbo

    01. Thee Oh Sees – I was Denied
    02. Eddie And The Hot Rods – 96 Tears
    03. The Raybeats – Piranha Salad
    04. The Unknowns – Dream Sequence
    05. Daryl Hall – NYCNY
    06. The Meteors – Berlin
    07. The Brains – In The Night
    08. Magazine – About The Weather
    09. Vergas – Double Life
    10. Paul and Linda McCartney – Monkberry Moon Delight

  • The Shakers@ BarZinho

    Barzinho Restaurant menue 4
    The Shakers DJ mix.

    “Summer Música DJ &VOCE^ E EU”

    225 w broadway
    bet franklin & white917.499.2419
    7/1 thu from 7pm

  • Roots @ Cielo

    Every Wednesday @ Cielo
    ROOTS
    Louie Vega & Kevin Hedge
    10pm-4am $20 Cover

  • SoulSession@ Rose

  • NEWS: UNEARTHING SOUNDTRACK

    By Lex Records

    Crook&Flail (aka Andy Broder of Fog and Adam ‘Doseone‘ Drucker) created and curated the soundtrack to Unearthing – the forthcoming audiobook box set written and narrated by Alan Moore with images by Mitch Jenkins. Available to pre-order from Lex Records online shop.

    The band will be playing with Alan reading live at 2 exclusive shows in London (info here) and will also be playing a music-only show on the following night (info here ).

    As an insight into the influences behind their original score and musical direction, Crook&Flail have assembled and blended a free, promo-only mix.Download link and track list HERE.

  • NEWS: 2010 PRIDE EVENT

    By New York Press

    Where to go get your gay on this week

    oming Out: A Historical Retrospective of New York’s Trailblazing LGBT Institutions

    This exhibit spotlights the people who changed the history of Harlem, including Black AIDS Institute and FIERCE. Through July 12, Casa Frela Gallery, 47 W. 119th St. (betw. Lenox & 5th Aves.), 917-991- 4760, www.casafrela.com.

    Quentin Crisp in Black and White: Photographs by Martin Fishman

    Black-and-white photos of the wit and Naked Civil Servant author, snapped by Martin Fishman, will be on display. Through June 30, Broadway Gallery, 473 Broadway (betw. Broome & Grand Sts.), 212- 226-3400; www.broadwaygallerynyc.com.

    The 2010 Great LGBTQ Photo Show

    This exhibit showcases the work of more than 80 photographers, with a special June 29 discussion with photography critic Allen Ellenzweig. Through July 10, The Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, 26 Wooster St. (betw. Grand & Canal Sts.), 212-431-2609, www.leslielohman.org.

    Too Much PRIDE Makes The Baby Go Gay: 30 Gay Plays in 60 Straight Minutes

    New York Neo-Futurists presents 30 short plays that reveal the struggle, the joy, the power of being out and proud in NYC. June 25 & 26, The Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th St. (betw. Bowery & 2nd Ave.); 10:30, $20. [Read More]

  • NEWS: PUNK FIND HOME BROOKLYN

    By MONICA DRAKE – NY Times

    If there were such a thing as a punk-rock festival checklist, an event taking place in downtown Brooklyn this weekend would cross off all the items. Seminal band? Check. Accompanying skate park? Check. Vendors offering the latest gear? Check.
    In addition to those requisite markers, this one has one more: diversity. Welcome to the Afro-Punk Festival. [Read More]

  • SESSION 508: GOOD RECORDS 06.25.10

    Mixed by  Doc Delay

    01. Born 2wice- Child for Freestlyle
    02. Almighty & KG Ranks – Trenton Where we Live
    03. Black Rock & Ron – How I’m Livin Instrumental
    04. Latyrx – Say That Instrumental
    05. Beatnuts – Here’s a Drink
    06. Constant Deviants – Competition Catch Speed Knots
    07. Pete Rock & CL Smooth – Death Becomes You (Philly Cheese Mix)
    08. Nas – Life’s a Bitch (Doc Delay Remix)
    09. Common Sense – The Bitch in Yoo
    10. Original Concept – Knowledge Me

  • DJ Center @ Deity

  • ILuvVinylB@BlynBowl

    Founded by NYC-based dj/producer Scribe in the Summer of 2009, with a Dream Team of resident romantics, Wax Poetics, Halcyon, Raw Fusion, Great Weekend, and Fusicology present a monthly all-vinyl oasis on 4th Saturdays, at the Gallery Bar at Le Poisson Rouge. I Love Vinyl: On the B-Side is a brooklyn extension of the franchise which began with a huge blowout at Brooklyn Bowl in the Spring of 2010. The Twilite Tone, Ge-Ology, Amir, Scribe, OP! and Jon Oliver comprise the Dream Team. The sounds are mind-wide, foot-friendly, and snap crackle popping. Anything is fair game, but you will probably hear some soul, disco, dilla, boogie, hustle, hip-hop, old-school house, no wave, new jack swing, dancefloor jazz, bossa nova, salsa, funk, electro, and afrobeat. No pretentious bullshit, no dress code, no commercial radio nonsense, and no laptops allowed. [Info]

  • BizMarkie@BlynBowl

  • SESSION 507: MOMUSICMOLIFE 06.22.10

    MIxed by DJ Kotoe @ Studio 11

    01. J.Rawls – A Tribute To Bobby
    02. Bobby Hutcherson – Montara (The Roots Remix)
    03. Dj Cam Quartet – Boss Guitar
    04. DJ Nu-Mark – Imagine
    05. Erykah Badu – Turn Me Away (Get Munny)
    06. Erykah Badu – Honey
    07. Naughty By Nature feat.Zhane – Jamboree
    08. Junior M.A.F.I.A feat.Aaliyah – I Need You Tonight
    09. Mr Big – To Be With You (DJ Deckstream Remix)
    10. Jamiroquai – Virtual Insanity (DJ Deckstream Remix)

  • NEWS: MARKET HOTEL REOPEN

    GET INVOLVED IN THE MARKET HOTEL PROJECT! ANNOUNCING – a new initiative to create a sustainable, all ages, open-to-the-community, 7-nights-a-week home for independent music and art, in the Market Hotel space. Market Hotel has existed for over two years and in that time has hosted countless legendary events and drawn huge international notice… all of this under the constraints of operating completely underground and with no budget. Now the time has come to channel that momentum and create a fully realized space that serves the whole community, that will help define the NYC / Brooklyn scene into the future.

    MARKET HOTEL PROJECT is a new not-for-profit organisation dedicated to swiftly reopening and improving the Market Hotel space, by making the venue more viable, comfortable, safe, and better able to weather legal attention. Especially in these days of ever-encroaching commercialism and corporatism in “indie rock,” we envision a space that is a non-commercial “spiritual home” for independent rock music and independent art – but also is sustainable and sanctioned enough to expand the horizons of independent-minded tastes, and open our doors to music and art from the rest of our diverse Bushwick community. [Read More]

  • PaulOakenfold@Pacha

  • Def Mix@ WTB