Mixed by Monchan
Photo by James Maher – New York Photography
NYC DEEP AND LOVE + LITE & BBQ AND LOFT PARTY PRESENTS PEVENT EVERETT!!
ALL YOU CAN EAT BBQ AND A DJ LINE UP THAT WILL KEEP U DANCING ALL NIGHT LONG!
COME CELEBRATE THE ONE AND ONLY..
MS. EVELYN SANTOS PRE-BDAY BASH!
MR. V, RAY VAZQUEZ, DJ JUSTICE, KEV KRUZ, MARK EMKAI, KS 360, MUSIC BY YOKO, DJ COOL BIG ONES!
TAKE L TRAIN TO MORGAN GET OFF IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CAR COME UP THRU THE EXIT AND WALK THREE BLOCKS DOWN.
CONTACT: MARI OLIVER FOR TICKETS (EMAIL: MARIUJAA@GMAIL.COM)
$15 IN ADVANCE IS MORE AT THE DOOR
OR YOUR OTHER OPTION TO PURCHASE ON-LINE:
On Monday, September 5, 2011 from 3-11 pm at LP ‘n Harmony (683 Grand Street), Beats & BBQ will provide the Williamsburg, Brooklyn community its successful combination of “Soulful Dance Music, BBQ and You”. With each beverage purchase, patrons are entitled to a plate of free bbq, expertly grilled by Dustin Smallheer of Daddy’s Little Grill. Music is provided by DJs Jose G (Face The Bass Radio), Ali Coleman (Voice of Voices NYC), Siren (Save the Robots), Kyle McNeil (Art for Progress / WBAI 99.5 FM), Dawn Anesta (Soul Fire), Monchan (Daily Session), and Eddie S the Dancing DJ (33 1/3 Dance Party). And wrapping it up will be L P n’ Harmony’s own, DJ Jedi 9.
Since 2007, Beats & BBQ has been a grassroots event that takes place on the holidays of the summer season (Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day). It is a co-production by Deepdance Promotions and LP & Harmony bar. We produce this event to promote community and togetherness through good food, good dance music, and good cheer from our patrons.
For additional info email email@example.com
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by Alex R. Mayer – EDGE
“I never thought of myself as just playing records, but creating atmosphere.” – Nicky Siano
Think of today’s biggest DJs, the ones that everyone watches and listens to; the DJs of DJing if you will. Think about their tricks and techniques, the way they select and mix their records, and the energy and atmosphere they create on their dancefloors. Now, think about the DJs who came before them, such as Frankie Knuckles and Larry Levan. Those DJs who influenced today’s
spinners, were guided musically and philosophically by a man who pioneered the art of mixing on three turntables, who first got audiences to sing records back to the DJ and who made everyone stop dancing and look up at the DJ booth of Studio 54.
Nicky Siano heard and saw something in the music and nightlife of the early 1970s that transcended the accepted norms of that time. The dance music community had come together out of a need for expression, and a declaration of their rights. The music reflected the many intense social and political issues of the time, including the Vietnam War and the Stonewall uprising. When people came together to dance, it was a safe haven, if only for the night. It was also a way to communicate collectively, something which DJs such as Siano and David Mancuso realized early on. [Read More]
By Bianca Von Baum- Halcyon
Aaron Davis (aka VDRK) and Joel Fowler (aka Free Magic), the team behind New York’s successful party Discovery, are obsessed with music. Barely two minutes into meeting the duo for a tête-à-tête, they’re already talking shop, dropping names like Chez Damier and M.K., humming tunes and playfully bargaining over a Kerri Chandler record. With this kind of banter going on, you know you’re in the company of good taste. Their shared love for quality Disco and House, combined with their strong bond and passion for DJing are the essential ingredients that have attributed to the party’s success. Currently a monthly affair, Discovery takes place in the Soho basement of Santos Party House where they pack out the place with an enthusiastic, and fun-loving crowd. The event boasts a history of strong headliners, from Detroit’s Deep House maestros, Norm Talley and Scott Grooves to Metro Area, Trus’me and San Soda. With their second anniversary coming up this September, the team is showing no signs of slowing down. Ahead of their monthly hoedown this weekend with headliner Eddie C, we caught up with the team and chatted about Discovery’s early beginnings, party monkeys, and dreaming of Disco palaces. [Read More]
01. Scott Wozniak feat. Judy Albanese – Wasted (Scott Wozniak Club Mix)
02. Julius Papp & Mr. V – Chicago Tribute (Julius Papp Jazz Variation)
03. Homework – The Street (Original Mix)
04. DJ Le Roi feat. Lady Bird – So Astounded
05. Tiger Stripes – I Found You
06. Mirko & Meex – Answer
07. Anane – Plastic People (Louie Vega Roots Blues Mix)
08. Orange Muse feat. Ania – Psychedelic Behaviour (Quentin Harris & Honey Dijon Remix)
09. Matrix – Get Out (Kaoz 6:23 Again Dub)
10. Michael Mendoza & Genairo Nivilla – Back Together (Original Mix)
Mixed by Eric Lopez aka “BigE”
“A Jellybean Recording and Subliminal Thing”
01. Harry Romare feat. Robert Owens – I Go Back
02. The Goodfellas – Soul Heaven ( Vocal MIX )
03. Jaque – Love Will Save The Day
04. Jaque – Keys Of Life
05. Mena Keys – Dizzy’s Delight ( Part II )
06. Quentin Harris feat. Prather – No More Love ( Groovy MIX )
07. Ministers De-La-Funk – Believe
08. Full Intention – I Need Your Love ( The Dronez DUB )
09. The Committee – MIAMI 2000 ( Limited Vinyl release / Full Vocal MIX )
10. DJ Dealer – Temptation ( Cevin’s Club Temtation MIX )
01. Marvin Czubala & Acumen – Pauline
02. Phil Ascher ft SPRY – Textya (Lost Heroes Revision Congo Afrotech Version 1)
03. Tanya Louise – Deep In You (Stone Club Mix)
04. Maya Jane Coles – What They Say
05. Midnight Hours – Two
06. Dirty Jesus – Don’t Fuck With My Shit (Pete Herbert remix part 1)
07. Fierce Factor – Funky Horns (Remove Pop)
08. Seb Skalski ft Barry Salone – Better Way (Logo Side – Original Gospel Mix)
09. Session Victim – Tomorrow Night
10. Ralph Falcon ft Dorothy Mann – That Sound (Vox Mix)
Rong Music and Famous Friends Hi-Fiving For:
The DISCOVERY 2 Year Anniversary
Date / Saturday, 10 September 2011
Time / 11:00pm
Venue / Santos Party House BOTH FLOORS / New York, NY
Cost / $20.00
With music by:
DJ Harvey / International Feel / Outer Space, Milkyway
Kyle Hall / FXHE, Wild Oats / Detroit, MI
The Acheivers / Brooklyn, NY
Photo-booth By: Wet Paint
Saving America One Lunge At-A-Time: Damon Jablons
With Support by our friends at Halcyon:
Tickets are HERE
Photo by James Maher – New York Photography
By (AP) NEW YORK – CBS News
Nick Ashford, one-half of the legendary Motown songwriting duo Ashford & Simpson that penned elegant, soulful classics for the likes of Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye and funk hits for Chaka Khan and others, died Monday at age 70, his former publicist said.
Liz Rosenberg, who also was Ashford’s longtime friend, told The Associated Press that Ashford — who along with wife Valerie Simpson wrote some of Motown’s biggest hits — died in a New York City hospital. He had been suffering from throat cancer and had undergone radiation treatment. [Read More]