Labor Day Weekend
John Davis presents…
Body & Soul
Joaquin “Joe” Claussell, Danny Krivit + François K.
Online Tickets On Sale Now:
Tickets will also be available for purchase
at the following locations:
580 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Noon till 9pm
125 East 11th Street, NYC
10am till 5pm
“CLINTON HILL— On Sunday, the first of five Urban Arts Markets was held on Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill. The day-long event was harried by intermittent rainstorms, the first of which struck before the market began at noon. The second storm broke around 3 p.m., forcing the market and all of its vendors to close shop just as the event had begun to attract more pedestrian traffic.
But during a three-hour window of sunshine on Sunday, the market (situated right by Pratt University) flourished and offered a preview of what organizers expect during the next four events. The vendors and perusing shoppers displayed a carefree, summer spirit that seemed irrepressible. Music flowed from the stage, and small local businesses filled the tents with a tantalizing and colorful variety of handcrafts, accessories and art.” [Read More]
Enjoy a drink with friends, explore the galleries, and listen to some of the best DJs in town, all in the spectacular Frank Lloyd Wright–designed building. Open from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., admission is $25. Free for all Guggenheim members!
DJ Alex Moulton
In a hyper-accelerated, technology-driven world where short attention spans and sounds bites seem the norm, the full-on musical experience of DJ Alex Moulton is not to be missed. Moulton promises an unforgettable acoustic storyline going beyond synth-pop prog-rock to pure, funky dance floor fun.
Photo by Josh Derr
Bruce Tantum of TIme Out New York’s ‘club’ section breaks down a few DJ categories that exist here in NY and talks to some key players from each grouping. Here’s the intro:
“Much has been made of the perceived demise of the superstar spinner, the kind who shows up at a shiny superclub, doles out the same insipid set of superficial music that he’s played for the past year and a half, collects his five-figure fee and heads for the nearest Learjet. We’d say good riddance—except that so many of those guys are still around. Thankfully, there are plenty of other ways to measure success other than monetarily, and TONY caught up with a few key members from the city’s clubland community to discover more about how they view their nocturnal accomplishments.” [Read More]
Then, check out BT’s DLYSHN Here!
Mixed by Minimen
01. Prosumer & Murat Tepeli – Serentiy (Soundstream’s Dusty Machine Mix)
02. MUFO – C.L.A.U.D.I.A.
03. Richie Hawtin – Minus Orange
04. Plastikman – Spastik
05. Gregor Tresher – Black Rain
06. Alexi Delano & Xpansul – Vegetotherapy
07. Gregor Tresher – A Thousand Nights
08. Gamal Kabar – The Filth Feat. 3 Channels Remix
09. Adultnapper – Tewa
10. Joel Mull – Harmonautic String
Come by Myrtle Avenue between Grand Avenue and Emerson Place starting at noon for a mix of great music, local vendors selling unique wares, and a sampling of local food.
And be sure to visit the Brooklyn Urban Arts Market site to check out all of the vendors that will be present, and to check out audio and video of the musical performers.
01. Apathy feat. Royce Da 5’9″ – “If You Forgot My Name”
02. Ras Kass – “John Is Real” Produced by Domingo
03. O.C. & A.G. – “Put It In the Box”
04. Homeboy Sandman – “Airwave Air Raid”
05. Famoso – “Underground Railroad” Produced by Midas & Peoples
halcyon, dailysession and sole east present:
DJs Off the Deep End: The Saturday Poolside Sessions
Eat, drink, dance, swin, sun & play the day away to the sounds of summer, served poolside by halcyon’s finest. Saturdays this summer, you’ll find us relaxing on an oversized mattress with a built-in speaker, poolside at the laid back Sole East Inn and Backyard bar/restaurant in Montauk, L.I. Get out of Brooklyn, get past The Hamptons, and join us at this east end oasis, as we dive deep into fluid beats, flowing cocktails and fine food. The all day pool party is free and open to all, so come for the day, or better, make it a weekend and stay the night. Rooms are available at the remodeled Tudor inn or classic beachside motel. Book now and take advantage of special rates being offered exclusively through halcyon. And for those who can’t make it, dailysession.com will be serving the sonic proceedings up live on the internet. Tune in from your brooklyn rooftop here at dailysession.com!
Photo by f.trainer
MSG launched a new show called NYC Sound Tracks. Here’s the info from their website:
“‘NYC Sound Tracks’ is an eight-episode series that goes underground to find the most talented New York City subway musicians. Tapping into the literal ground level of the music industry, these subway musicians play their souls out trying to make a living and hoping for their big break. The winner, as chosen by the viewers via www.MSG.com, will have the opportunity to play as an opening act on the stage of one of Madison Square Garden’s prestigious venues.”
They have the previous episode, schedules and other info posted online here.
AMNY started a subway musician datasbase and wants New Yorkers to help them expand the data. They’re creating a file for each musician they like like with some basic information, a photo and audio and video when possible. They ask of us: “Next time you see a great musician in the subway, snap a photo, shoot some cell phone video, find out their name, remember the station where you saw them and send it in so the rest of our readers can see them too.” Check out/Add to the database here.