• Danny Tenaglia Boat Party Rescheduled

    Rescheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 5. Afterparty at Shelter.

  • Bunker @ Galapagos

  • Bunker @ Galapagos

  • Bunker @ Galapagos

  • Week 2 Update

    Beta testing of the radio station was a success! No bugs to report. Thanks to everyone that participated. Since everything on that end is working properly, the mock broadcasts will be discontinued until the official launch of dailysession. Behind the scenes development will continue and the event listings will be kept up to date so come back before heading out on the town!

  • AfroPunk festival in Brooklyn

    BAMcafé Live

    Cutlery, Taylor McFerrin, Bear In Wolf Fur, ellul
    Fri, June 29 at 9pm

    Free!
    The Afro-Punk music series kicks off with two nights in BAMcafé that feature the next generation of singers, songwriters, and multi-instrumentalists with something to say. Night one highlights the work of four distinct performers including ellul, a San Francisco-based band whose vocal harmonies are sweetly evocative yet somehow unsettling. Cutlery focuses on electronically-enhanced shoegazing, while Bear In Wolf Fur pairs a DIY approach to music-making with a strong appreciation for raw noise. Spinning between sets, Taylor McFerrin builds songs from scratch with synths, samples, vocals, and beatboxing.

    Mighty Fine, Swivel, Tiombe Lockhart
    Sat, June 30 at 9pm

    Free!
    Night two of Afro-Punk at BAMcafé features another triple header that isn’t afraid to get loud and funky. Bringing New Orleans heat to New York City cool, Mighty Fine riles things up with their “sweaty, garage soul,” while Swivel’s indie rock channels Radiohead at its electro-poppiest and gives R&B harmonies the attention they deserve. Meanwhile, neo-soul chanteuse Tiombe Lockhart’s flamboyant live performances are all about giving the audience a good time with songs that cruise from ironic to whimsical to poetic.

    Southpaw

    Whole Wheat Bread, Game Rebellion, CX kidtronik, and The Objex
    Thu, July 5

    $10 in advance / $12 at the door
    ticketweb.com

    Suffrajet, Apes, Philmoore Browne, The Drugstore Cowboys
    Fri, July 6
    $10 in advance / $12 at the door
    ticketweb.com

    Brooklyn Museum Target First Saturday

    Brooklyn Museum
    Sat, July 7

    Free!
    The Brooklyn Museum’s Target First Saturday program hosts a special outdoor concert as a final culminating event for the Afro-Punk Festival week. The concert will feature music by The Exit, Dragons of Zynth, The Smyrk, and DJ sets by CX Kidtronik and King Cole.

    Full info available at brooklynmuseum.org.

  • Afro Punk Block Party in Ft. Greene

    Afro-Punk Block Party
    Sun, July 1, 12noon—5pm

    Clinton Avenue (between Myrtle and Willoughby Avenues)

    To celebrate Brooklyn’s own DIY rebel spirit, the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership—in collaboration with BAM and Afro-Punk—will throw a massive block party and juried arts market featuring innovative performing and visual artists, fashion and jewelry designers, and craft artists selling an eclectic mix of art and merchandise. The event will also feature music by DJs Rich Medina and The Dustbin Brothers and a live set by No Surrender.

  • The Bunker @ Galapagos

    Note: Party is at Galapagos, not Luna

  • The SavenetRadio coalition

    The future of Internet radio is in immediate danger. Royalty rates for webcasters have been drastically increased by a recent ruling and are due to go into effect on July 15 (retroactive to Jan 1, 2006!). Webcasters across the country participated in a national Day of Silence this week to increase awareness about this looming threat and gather support for the SaveNetRadio collation and our campaign to preserve music diversity on-line. The Internet Radio Equality Act is currently being considered by both the House and the Senate. This bill will set royalty rates for Internet radio equal to the royalty rate paid by satellite radio, and has gained over 120 cosponsors in the House…Read More

    Listen to yesterday’s KCRW show on the issue here 

  • Justine D @ Guggenheim

    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 PM to 1 AM, admission is $25. Free for all Guggenheim members!

    Justine D
    Jacques Renault

  • dailysession show 05

    Beta broadcast 01:
    Hosted by Nise Music
    5:00 – 6:00
    Special guest: None

  • dailysession show 04

    Beta broadcast 04:
    Hosted by Nise Music
    5:00 – 6:00
    Special guest: None

  • dailysession show 03

    Beta broadcast 03:
    Hosted by Nise Music
    5:00 – 6:00
    Special guest: None

  • dailysession show 02

    Beta broadcast 02:
    Hosted by Nise Music
    2:30 – 3:30
    Special guest: None