Photo by Streetsy
Today’s broadcast & recording
Live broadcast: iWepa! @Bar13 6pm~4am
DJ Mix Recording: Love So Nice @BeautyBar Brooklyn 10pm~4am
Global Groove @Boom Soho 11pm~1am
Mixed by Eric Lopez
01. Phil Weeks – The Grind
02. Honesty – Bleep Me ( Jimpster Perspective )
03. Loco Dice – Untitled ( vinyl number DesolatX004 )
04. Mark Mendes Last Laugh ( Original rmx )
05. UGLH & FedericoLocchi – Big Lie ( Original rmx )
06. Larakki – DIG ( Alain Ho’s Mental Beauty MIX )
07. Men In Trees – How Deep Is Your Love
08. Lewis Boardman – MIST ( Chris Lattner MIX )
09. Alex flantner & Oliver Klein – Out Landos ( Santos Provocation RMX )
10. Around Le Texier – Ivory Machine
Eddie C could well be described as one of the Slo Mo/ Edits/ Disco scene’s heaviest hitters. Eddie came out of nowhere, well to be fair he’s from the very beautiful town of Banff in Alberta, Canada, and in just over two years he’s featured on or been the main attraction with 11 singles and EP’s. Having graced labels like Jisco Music, Flashback, Sleazybeats, Wolf Music, 7 Inches of Love & Home Taping, amongst others, with his deep, lush and beautiful grooves, C is constantly name checked by every major playa this end of the underground.
Gracing us with his presence and sweet beats for the second time around, we’re bringing back Kid Color from his hometown of Chicgao. For those that saw him when he played at Public Assembly for Discovery last year know you’re in for a real treat. One of our favorite guests on the wheels of steel, Kid Color is back.
*Residents VDRK and Free Magic*
Ensuring your clothing is partially off before the guests go on.
RSVP for Free entry before Midnight:
Roaming Photo’s: The Culture Of Me
Photobooth By: Wet Paint
Falling on unsuspecting partygoers: Damon Jablons
With Support by our friends at Halcyon.
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By Michael Powell – NY Times
“When the economy grows, it’s not because of a new government program or spending initiative. … It’s time to leave that era behind.”
— John A. Boehner, House speaker, May 2011
It might be hard selling that narrative line to the once broken beauty that is the Bronx.
As a teenager in the 1970s, I offered visiting friends tours of the apocalypse. We piled into an old Buick and drove north from Manhattan, which wasn’t in such great shape either, into the South Bronx. We rolled down ghost canyons of burnt-out buildings, saw mattresses and old sinks and tubs piled atop hills of rubble, and encountered smack dealers who cordoned off blocks for open-air markets. (We could not have been safer; they assumed we were white boys in search of a fix.)
It was macabre and infuriating, a core of urban America discarded and forgotten. Nothing, I assumed, could breathe life into this corpse.
I was spectacularly mistaken, a point driven home again on a recent tour in the company of city housing officials. Again I rolled across the Willis Avenue Bridge into the South Bronx, and what is there should (but almost certainly will not) give pause to those who argue that government lies at the source of our ills.
While the global view on Detroit within the dance music community retains its emphasis on Techno, Detroit has been one of the most important historical cradles for development of all genres of black urban American music that have enjoyed deep interest and popularity in the city. The city’s influence on Blues, Jazz, Soul, Funk, Disco, House, Hip-Hop, Electro, and Techno stands unchallenged but the global focus on the most avant garde of the city’s electronic artists has always come at some cost to those working in areas that place more emphasis on the continuity of the city’s music culture. House has also been central to the city’s music and been present here almost since its original rise in Chicago, and the transition that led from Disco to House was played out here in nearly equal measure to the nearby Illinois metropolis. Thus figures like Norm Talley and his Beatdown Brotherscrew should be looked upon not as outliers, but as a truly central and essential part of a diverse musical culture. Since the mid 1980s, he and friends Mike “Agent X” Clark and Delano Smith have been pushing a brand of DJing and production that fluidly integrates the Disco, House, and Techno cultures of Motown and has been far too often ignored by the music press at large. In spite of respect earned from people like Eddie Fowlkes, for a long time their profile remained relatively low as the word on Detroit’s unique and diverse House sound was slow to leak out.[Read More]
Click HERE for the Mix by Norm Talley
Photo by Joe’s Nyc
Today’s Live Broadcast
Vinylmania Soundlibrary 8:30pm~10:30pm
Grace of Spades spinning at Angels & Kings for Trainwreck Tuesdays! 11:00pm~3:00am