Curbed just reported that the Issue Project Room has signed a 20 year lease for the theater space in 100 Livingston. In it they plan to build a “permanent home for the future of experimental culture.” Read more about I.P.R here.
Mixed by DJ Monchan
01. Letta Mbulu – Pula Yetla
02. Tammi Terrell and Marvin Gaye – California Soul
03. Little Sister – You’re the One
04. Instant Funk – Scream and Shout
05. D Train – Keep On
06. Chas Jankel – Glad to Know You
07. Tangotejere Edit – Woman of the World
08. Reeno – Planet Funk
09. Chain Reaction – Dance Freak
10. Side Effect – Always There
11. Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings – 100 Days, 100 Nights
Mixed by Takaya Nagase
01. Konk – Your Life
02. The Earons – Land of Hunger
03. The Quick – Zulu
04. Tia Monae – Don’t Keep Me Waiting
05. Billy Frazier and Friends – Billy Who?
06. ISH – Don’t Stop
07. Ronny Jordan – On The Record
08. Doobie Brothers – How Do The Fools Survive?
09. Barrabas – Mellow Blow
10. John Lennon – Give Peace a Chance
11. John Lennon – Cold Turkey
12. Yoko Ono – Kiss Kiss Kiss
It’s on again…
The Easy Lover Loft is back for another round after the last one went so wonderfully with DJ Spun. We’re taking over the same space–an architect’s well designed loft with large, old windows looking over into the Hudson and up to Times Square from the top floor of the triangular building that sits just below 14th St in between 9th Ave and Hudson. This time on the musical menu, Mr. Brennan Green will be the entree, showcasing his newly re-found love of classic house and his off-the-wall jams that sprout from the left and right of the old-school. And, of course, residents Probus and Justin Carter, whose records range from hard and fast to slow and low, will be trading off with Mr. Green throughout the night.
Once again, take a disco nap, and hydrate. There’s free beer early, and we’ll be up late.
Easy Lover Loft
with DJ Probus, Justin Carter, and special guest Brennan Green from Chinatown Recordings
26 W 9th Avenue btw 13th and 14th St // elevator to top floor
10p – late // open beer bar from 10p – 11p // $10 // rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn Benefit Concert:
with Clare & The Reasons / John Wesley Harding / Richard Julian, and special guests…
@ 7pm, there will be a 45 minute documentary screening of the atlantic Yards documentary “Brooklyn Matters”
$12 adv./$15 d.o.s
6:30 pm doors/8 pm show
All proceeds go to Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn, Inc. Proof of ticket purchase good for limited 10% discount at Bogota Latin Bistro – 141 5th Ave. see www.dddb.net for more details.
DAVID BYRNE INVITES EVERYONE TO COME PLAY THE BUILDING
May 31 – August 10, Battery Maritime Building
Playing the Building, a 9,000-square-foot, interactive, site-specific installation by David Byrne, will transform the interior of the landmark Battery Maritime Building in Lower Manhattan into a massive sound sculpture that all visitors are invited to sit and “play.” Playing the Building marks the first time in decades that the second floor of the building will be accessible to the public. The space will be open and free to all visitors on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from noon to 6pm throughout the summer. Click here for more information.
Photo By Phil Ritz
NYShitty.com has pointed out that the construction of Studio B’s roof deck was never approved so they’ve been ordered to stop working on it…It’s hard to believe that they’ll get this sorted out before the rooftop opening party with the Brazilian Girls on Friday.
Related: “Studio B to open rooftop garden on May 2nd.“
Mixed by Eric Cloutier
01. Move D and Benjamin Brunn – Honey
02. Tracks and the City – I’ll Be There feat. Cassy
03. Steve Bug – Rhodes Flash
04. Paku Paku – 2 Ya Ear
05. Adultnapper – Tewa (Nick Cachona Rmx)
06. Gamat 3000 – Whispering (Swag’s Softly Spoke Dub)
07. Anja Schneider – Mole (Pan Pot Remix)
08. Steve Bug – November Girl
09. Stocktown City Dwellers – Studio Mechanic
10. Steve Bug – Mixed up Moods
11. Rekleiner – Some People
12. Glimpse and Matt Tolfrey – Misunderstood