Brooklyn Next events continue with two evenings featuring the popular DJ collective, Soul Summit Music—best known for their Sunday brunch dance parties in Fort Greene Park. On Feb 22 from 10pm—4am, Soul Summit Music DJs Jeff, Sadiq, and Tabu host an extended all-night dance party and are joined by special guests DJ Spinna and Strafe in a rare NYC live performance. On Feb 23 from 10pm—2am, Soul Summit Music DJs Jeff, Sadiq, and Tabu will be joined by singer/songwriter Danil Wright.
This weeks crew:
01. Kidz In The Hall – “Driving Down The Block”
02. Ill Insanity – “Five Fingers of Death”
03. G-Unit – “I’m Leaving”
04. eMC – “The Show”
05. Talib Kweli – “Momma Can You Hear Me?”
06. Billy Danz – “God Bless and Goodnight”
We’re off to the beach for a few days so there won’t be a whole lot going on here until next Tuesday. While we’re away, be sure to check out the Nü Pschidt session at Halcyon on Friday with Derek Plaslaiko and Anthony Parasole – it’s going to be a good one! We’ll have it archived here when we get back in case you miss it.
The third edition of Lose Your Shit is bringing a fierce combination of DJs to our little Clinton Hill loft:
12 Turn 13
172 Classon Ave @ Myrtle
Rub N Tug
Thomas Bullock (A.R.E. Weapons, Otterman Empire, Map of Africa) and Eric Duncan (“Still Going”) are both the masterminds behind the famous nyc after-hours party, Rub N Tug. They bring a heavy arsenal of house, techno, disco, and 60’s rock.
Qool DJ Marv
VH1, HBO, and Fader Magazine all chase after his Marv’s legendary live sets, but tonight he gets back to Brooklyn basics with us – mixing his 90’s classics, with new school Hip Hop via Disco, a little early House, some 70’s soul, Jazz Funk and an assortment of British beats’n’pieces.
As one half the NYC/Sao Paulo collective, NOSSA, Sujinho is an international spot rocker. NOSSA’s epic mix cd, I Love Baile Funk, brought the beat of Brazilian favela to the heart of NYC, Suji’s genre defying remixes and hard-textured production style has kept the dance floor happy ever since.
$mall ¢hange is a musical addict. His massive vinyl collection (ranging from punk, bossa nova, to vintage, rock, dubstep, and hip hop) has rocked the waves of WFMU, Giant Step’s Jukebox and East Village Radio. Expect the unexpected from his bottomless crates.
01. Moodyman – Long Hot Sexy Nights feat. Norman Jean Bell
02. Alex from Tokyo – Black Star feat. Rich Medina
03. Smight – Your Happy Place
04. Jazzanova – Glow and Glare (Ame Remix)
05. Crystal Waters – 100% Pure Love
06. Jaydee – Plastic Dreams
07. The Doors – Riders on the Storm
08. Francois K – Road of Life
09. The Knife – We Share Our Mothers’ Health
10. Beck – Black Tambourine (Adrock Remix)
11. Run DMC – Down with the King
SprayMasters. 2007. USA. Directed by Manfred Kirchheimer. Four former NYC graffiti artists reflect on their teenage years as renegades sneaking into rail yards, decorating subway cars, and eluding arrest. This beautifully shot film includes early footage recorded by Kirchheimer for his underground classic Stations of the Elevated (1980). 85 min.
Photo By Joe’s NYC
Africa Bambaataa @ Apt
Mixed by DJ Monchan
01. Kid Loco – Relaxin’ With Cherry
02. Cut Chemist – The Garden
03. Sergio Mendez – Fo’-Hop feat. Guinga and Marcelo
04. Quantic – Sound of Everything feat. Alice Russell
05. Impeach the Precedent – New Definition
06. Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince – I Wanna Rock
07. The Pharcyde – Soul Flower
08. De La Soul – Rubber Funk
09. Wax Tailor – Que Sera
10. Omega One – Body Double
11. The Underwolves – So Blue Its Black
12. DJ Krush – Lunation
13. Oneself – Over Exposed
14. Loop Professor and Dell Wells vs. Norah Jones