DIG DEEPER PRESENTS:
$10 adv./$15 d.o.s
10 pm show
First New York area appearance in 40 years!
Southpaw is located at 125 Fifth Ave. in Park Slope, Brooklyn. It’s close to several subway stations and is about a $12 cab ride from Lower Manhattan.
Blkmarket Membership + Autobrennt present, for the first time in NYC, Oslo Recordings artists…
Christian Burkhardt Live (Oslo) NY Debut
Frederico Molinari (Oslo) – NY Debut
Taimur (Blk|Market Membership)
Fahad (Blk|Market Membership)
Steven Letigre (Autobrennt)
Hosted by Sigfrid Bobrek aka “Sigu“
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org for info and location
Location announced 2 days prior to the event
Christian Burkardt is a hot talent right now and both his live and dj sets are said to be legendary. Fusing wave, hip hop, and clubmusic all together, Christian is the man. We have invited him to do a Live PA for us. His live sets are always changing and evolving and are made up of songs that are exclusively created for the specific events that he plays at. Even tracks that have already been released, are all integrated into newer arrangements that constantly keep changing. Get ready to get your minds blown. Seriously.
Frederico Molinari is a resident dj at one of the world’s biggest and hottest events called Time Warp. Playing alongside Ricardo Villalobos, Luciano and Steve Bug regularly, Frederico knows whats up when it comes to taking the crowd on a journey. He currently runs Oslo recordings and Love Letters from Oslo and is the label boss. Artists such as Johnny D, Guillaume & the Coutu Dumonts, Ray Okpara, Mara Trax, Christian Burkhardt, Reboot and even the label boss himself can all be found releasing bomb after bomb through these labels.
On FRIDAY AUGUST 28th, 2009, Airdrop is back to partying, this time with a game called SCRAMBLE, SCRABBLE. For the special occasion, Sir Tim Green who seems unstoppable when it comes to putting out some of the highest quality productions will be flying all the way from the UK for his NYC debut!
To join Tim, will be two other filthily serious Dirtybiiirrrds: Airdrop favorite Tanner Ross, as well as special guest, visiting us from Mexico, el Señor Itzone. Having laid their eggs in the shapes of records, they now need some savage scrambling.
Photo by C. Bay Milin
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Spike Lee MJ Tribute Moved To Prospect Park – Daily News
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Monday: Zakka Show @ 8PM
Tuesday: Nise Music @ 6PM
Wednesday: A1 Afterhours @ 9PM
Thursday: Mo Music Mo Life@8PM
Thursday: Bless Up @ 6PM!
Friday: Halcyon Presents Nu Pschidt @ 7PM
New in the Radio Archive
Zakka 08.24.09: DJ Monchan
Halcyon Presents Nu Pschidt 08.20.09: Lenny de la Posso&Brennan Green
Halcyon Presents Nu Pschidt 08.20.09: Richie Roxx&Butcha
Mo Music Mo Life 08.13.09: Yaz Higasiya
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