This week, through Friday, Randall Bourscheidt, the president of a nonprofit arts organization in New York that conducts research and also runs a cultural guide and calendar, will be answering readers’ questions about the economic health of the arts in the city, and what the city is doing to strengthen its commitment to the vitality of the arts. Read the question and answers here.
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New in the Radio Archive
Nise Music 05.06.08 Coming Soon…
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Upcoming Radio Shows
Today: Nise Music’s Radio Show @ 6PM Guest: TBA
Wednesday: A-1 Records @ 9PM Guest: Citizen Kane
Thursday: The Fat Beats Review @ 7PM
Friday: Halcyon presents Nü Pschidt @ 7PM Guest: TBA
Mixed by DJ Monchan
01. Invisible Conga People – Cable Dazed
02. Set the Tone – Dance Sucker
03. The LPO Band – Stick It Stick It
04. Scooter – Minute by Minute
05. Talking Heads – Pull Up the Roots
06. Dinosaur L – #5 (Go Bang)
07. Henrik Schwarz and Amamp Ondo – I Exist Because of You
08. Dan Electro – Down is the Power
09. Oweyi – X-Panded Dimensions
Open at APT with Neil Aline.
10p / $10 / (deep house, electro, soul, disco and classic house)
This Week Matthias Helibronn fills in for Neil Aline.
Chez Music’s Neil Aline keeps it deep and toasty for the late night crowd in the
basement, while Brennan Green and the Bogman showcase their newly re-found love of
classic house music alongside disco and other strange and funky things upstairs.
This story is more about the rapid changes to the city’s landscape than music but since it’s effects parallel whats happening in the music and art community we thought you might be interested…
“…Yes, these businesses are shabby-looking, but they provide an invaluable community for many. They are in integral part of a vulnerable social network–at times, a safety net–that keeps people connected to each other in an increasingly isolating city. When these businesses are gone, the people they serve will fade away. And isn’t that the master plan?” [Read More]
“…The residents of the building, most of them working artists and musicians, at 475 Kent Avenue in South Williamsburg were allowed back into their lofts on Thursday afternoon after inspectors determined that sufficient fixes had been made and the Fire Department lifted the order to vacate. It was uncertain, though, how many people would return….
Several residents criticized the city for giving what they describe as paltry protection for artists who need affordable space to work and live. If New York is to retain its artists, they said, the artists need rent-stabilized spaces.” [Read More]
Afrokinetic holds it down at The Royale in Brooklyn. Join DJ Chris
Annibell + Amon on percussion for these amazing, music driven events;
mixing afrofunk, house, soul, broken beat, latin grooves and jazz.
April 12th, special guest DJ Tommy Bones. This will be Tommy’s first
guest appearance at Afrokinetic and will surely be an event not to be
2nd & 4th Saturdays
11:00 PM – 4:00 AM
The Royale – 506 5th Ave, bet. 12 + 13 Street, Brooklyn, NY
trains: F, M & R trains to 4th Avenue / 9th Street
DJ Jeannie Hopper and DJ Will of Automagic & Spank spin
KALUP LINZY Visuals & Album Release Party/Performance…
BENOIR’s performing live electronica/dance cuts in the mix along with visual by KRAMER (no seinfeld relation).
@M1-5 – 52 Walker Street, Tribeca. Between Church & Broadway 2 blocks south of Canal Street.