Friday, July 11 at 7pm
Bud Light Latin Music Series
Celebrate Brooklyn & LAMC present
BRAZILIAN GIRLS / MIRANDA! / TICKLAH
Saturday, June 28 at 7pm
Bud Light Music Series
Celebrate Brooklyn & Lyricist Lounge present
CROOKLYN DODGERS REUNION with O.C. / JERU THE DAMAJA / CHUBB ROCK / EMC featuring MASTA ACE / DJ PREMIER / ALI SHAHEED MUHAMMAD / hosted by BUCKSHOT of BLACK MOON and SPECIAL ED
Friday June 13th:
A Night With Stefan Goldmann (Macro // Innervisions // Perlon)
* Opening set by Jesse Mann
A night of house music beyond deep, and future forward techno beyond minimal
419 West 13th Street
Photo By MDPNY
Mixed by Modul8 [Sector Media]
01. Babylon System & Noah D – Examination Of Time – Argon
02. Kromestar – Get Up – Ringo
03. Benga – 26 Basslines – Tempa
04. TRG – Missed Calls – Subway
05. DZ – Stompa – Black Acre
06. Benga & Walsh
07. Cluekid – Hovercraft – Ringo
08. Dz – Bongo – Lo Dubs – 12″
09. Hoodz & 6BLOCCC – Babylonia – Tribesteppaz
10. Loefah – It’s Yours – Ringo Records
11. Eskmo – Willow Grail – Studio Rockers
12. Bar 9 – Murda Sound – Z Audio
13. SNO – URB – Boka
14. South3rn – Muslim Dub – Lo Dubs
15. Goth Trad – Genesis – Soul Jazz
16. Rogue State – Street Light – R8
17. Komonazmuk – End Of The World – Tempa
18. Nevamus – Grave Digger – Dubting
19. Benga – E Trips – Tempa
|Drummers have gathered in this welcoming corner of Prospect Park for over 30 years. It is difficult to pass by the Drummer’s Grove on a Sunday afternoon without being lured by the irresistible rhythm, the vibrant dancers, and the celebratory atmosphere that pervades the air.
In 1968, the Congo Square Drummers began gathering here informally. Since then, the circle has expanded to include an ever-evolving mix of musicians, dancers, and vendors. The growing popularity of this area as a site for a weekly drumming circle inspired the Prospect Park Alliance to add seating and officially name the site. Anyone is free to bring their drums and participate, or just stop and listen while passing by on the East Drive.
|The Drummer’s Grove is located just inside the Parkside Ave./Ocean Ave. Park entrance.By Public Transportation: (MTA map)
Q Train to Parkside Ave. station
|April through October, every Sunday, 2 p.m. – dusk|
The skate circle forms every Saturday, Sunday and Holiday from 2:30 to 6:30pm from mid-April through Halloween. The CPDSA sets up a sophisticated sound system and plays music for all dance skaters. The event is free and is supported by the membership of the CPDSA. Our Circle is attended by hundreds of skaters and enjoyed by thousands of spectators each weekend.
The CPDSA Skate Circle is located mid-park at the foot of the bandshell area. You can find us by entering the park at 72nd street and walking along the 72nd street transverse toward the center of the park. Just follow your ears. Listen for the dance music. You can”t miss us.
Visit the CPDSA website for more info and guest DJ lineups.
The EV Grieve looked back at an article from a 1984 New York Mag issue that describes the gentrification process that the East Village was experiencing. If you swap out “East Village” for any number of currently hot neighborhoods, the article could have been written today. [Read More]
A few shots from DJ Vadim at Halcyon/Live on dailysession.com 06.05.08. The show was recorded and is archived here. Be sure to check it out!
Photo By Streetsy
Upcoming Radio Shows
Today: Halcyon presents Nü Pschidt @ 7PM