DISCOVERY: Dez Andres, Seoul to Soul, Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10-15]

Jackmaster (Numbers ✈ UK), Free Magic, Sheepshead at Cameo Gallery [12AM/$15-20]

Discovery x Mutual Dreaming: DJ Technics, Beautiful Swimmers, Aurora Halal (live), Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10-15]

INPUT: Marc Kinchen, Beckwith, Free Magic at Output [10PM/$15-20]

Discovery: Rahaan, Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10-15]

Discovery vs I Love Vinyl: Amir Abdullah, Scribe, The Twilite Tone, OP!, Jon Oliver, Ge-ology, Faso, Free Magic at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10]

INPUT x Thump: Paul Johnson, Star Eyes, Free Magic at Output [10PM/$15-20]

BEMF: Plastic Plates, Eli Escobar, Project Matt, Free Magic & Faso at Cameo Gallery [10PM/$10]

Discovery 4 Year Anniversary: Move D, Free Magic & Faso [11:30PM/$15]

100% Discovery: Octo Octa, Policy, Alex Burkat, Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10]

DISCOVERY: Marcellus Pittman, Aaron Siegel, Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10-15]

DISCOVERY: Free Magic, Faso, and Chris Costello at Glasslands Gallery [11:30/FREE]

Terrence Parker, Free Magic & Faso at Cameo Gallery [12AM/$12]

Input: Cajmere, Free Magic & Faso at Output [10PM/$15]

DISCOVERY: San Soda plus Free Magic, Faso at Tba Brooklyn 395 Wythe Ave [10PM/$10]

DISCOVERY: Detroit Swindle, Dirt Crew, Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30/$10]

Discovery is bringing out Detroit Swindle, the hotly tipped house music duo from Berlin. Channeling a lifelong love of motown and soul through their drum machines, the two Berliners have been described as “if Dilla made house” – something I’ve also heard said about DJ Dez Andres, who played one of the best sets we’ve ever seen last summer. While keeping things on more restrained, deep house tip, Detroit Swindle will get you loose as hell. Also on the bill is Dirt Crew label boss Break 3000. Discovery Party residents Free Magic + Faso will be warming things up, and Glasslands will be looking and sounding better than you’ve ever seen it. Not only are they bringing in some serious sound reinforcement, but the new lighting installation will be in full effect.

Lord of the Isles, Free Magic & Faso, Chris Costello, Davie Crolla at Secret Location [11-6/$10]

DISCOVERY: Gerd plus Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [12AM/$10]

DISCOVERY: Steve Summers, Archie Pelago, Bookworms, Will Eastman plus Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10]

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SAT: TURRBOTAX® & Discovery Present: Andrés, Terrence Parker, Free Magic & Faso, Mayster & Space Jam [9PM/$10]

From the promoters: “We’ll have a dark room, beefed up sound system, and 7 hours of great music – We highly encourage you to grab a presale as capacity is limited. Andrés and Terrence are two of our favorite producers from the D and both happen to be some of the best live performers we’ve

MAGIC CITY II Release: Jubilee, Black Noi$e, Copout, Astrolith (live), Contakt, Burt Fox on the Roof at Output [5-10PM/FREE]

DJ PHANTASY CLUB II: Ducky, Machinegirl, Ligaments, Legion, Doss, ABSRDST, DV-i, The Magick Report at The Flat [8PM/FREE]

THE FLOOR: Pictureplane, Hollagramz, Weird Magic at TBA Brooklyn [10PM/FREE]

The Cypher: Teengirl Fantasy vs Weird Magic vs Pictureplane vs Rainstick vs Wahs Salguod vs Volvox at Bossa Nova Civic Club [10PM/FREE]

RBMA United States of Bass: Afrika Bambaataa, Egyptian Lover, DJ Magic Mike, DJ Assault, DJ Funk, Scottie B, DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn, Big Freedia, Salva, Drop the Lime, Krampfhaft at Santos Party Haus [9PM/$15]

N.I.S. launch party with Dave Q, Alex Burkat and Olivetonic [10PM/FREE]

1. Alex Burkat – Shower Scene [Coming to a record store near you! 2012]
2. Justin Vandervolgen – Shebooyah [Golf Channel Recordings, 2010]
3. Anthony Naples – Mad Disrespect [Mister Saturday Night Records, 2012]
4. Lemonade – Neptune (Jacques Renault Remix) [True Panther Sounds, 2012]
5. Runaway – Brooklyn Club Jam [Rekids, 2008]
6. François K – Hypnodelic [Wave Music, 1995]
7. Todd Terry – House Is A Feeling [Freeze Records, 1996]
8. Levon Vincent – Impression Of A Rainstorm [Novel Sound, 2011]
9. Alex Burkat – Tarot Cards [Unreleased, 2012]
10. Metro Area – Miura [Environ, 2002]
11. Alex Burkat – Sullivan Street [Unreleased, 2012]
12. Armand Van Helden – Summertime [FFRR, 1999]
13. Archie Pelago – Avocado Roller [Unreleased, 2012]
14. Liars – The Exact Color of Doubt [Mute, 2012]
15. Alex Burkat – Ammadomyownthing [Coming to a record store near you! 2012]
16. Teen Girl Fantasy – In The Rain [Merok Records, 2010]
17. Midnight Magic – Beam Me Up [Permanent Vacation, 2010]
18. New York Citi Peech Boys – Don’t Make Me Wait [West End Records, 1982]
19. Crown Heights Affair – I Don’t Want to Change You [De-Lite Records, 1980]
20. Javelin – C Town [Luaka Bop, 2010]
21. Laurel Halo – Wow [Hyperdub, 2012]
22. Laurie Anderson – O Superman (Burkat’s Edit) [1982]

TONS of free tunes from Streetlab!

One of the really standout artists I found this year was Streetlab. Based just down the road from us in Brooklyn, these two gents have been cranking out remixes that absolutely knock my socks off.

And today they announced via facebook that THEY ARE GIVING AWAY EVERY TRACK & REMIX THEY PRODUCED THIS YEAR. Click on that bigass link to get em! These are two prolific dudes – something like 20 remixes and another half dozen originals. And they all slay. In particular, I want to listen to that Hall & Oates remix all the goddamn time.

Their style really reminds me of The Philip Steir remix of “Magic Carpet Ride” from the GO soundtrack (anyone else play that one till your discman broke?) – they preserve the vibe of the original track while amping it up with modern production… par example, peep their most excellent remix of Gimme Shelter below:

The Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter (streetlab mix)  by  Streetlab

So what are you waiting for?! Go cop the rest of these fantastic tracks!

Streetlab – 2009 Roundup

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WOMPLIST 85: T&B w\ Shadow Child, Plastician, Worthy, Dub Stuy w\ TDF and Alpha Steppas, DJ Technics, Tony Quattro, Broke City, GHE20G0TH1K, Cibo Matto

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WOMPLIST 73: DJ Madd, Mixpak vs Thread, Nguzunguzu, Rinsed Live, Discovery vs I Love Vinyl, Tony Quattro, Kraddy, Love & Light

Sorry kids, no time for writeups this week. But you’ve got a buttload of great options, especially Saturday. Also be sure to check out our extensive list of NYE bass music recommendations!

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13

LAZERPOP: Nguzunguzu, L-Vis 1990 at Glasslands [10PM/$10]
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RINSED 3 Year pt III: Populette (live!), Beto Cravioto (live!), Aurora Halal (live!), Sky White Tiger (live!), Sycorax (live!), N’Conduit (live!), RINSED (live!) at secret location [12-7AM/$10-25]
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14

Subverse & Deeper present: DJ Madd, Rozi, I.N.I., Max Mischief, Valerie Molano at 287 Spring St [9PM/$10]
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Mixpak vs Thread: Dre Skull, Nadus, Jubilee, Ezrakh, Dubbel Dutch, DJ Reck, DJ Michael 5000 at 285 Kent [9PM/$10-15]
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Tony Quattro, Devon James, Kooli, special guests at Tutus [10PM/FREE]
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Discovery vs I Love Vinyl: Amir Abdullah, Scribe, The Twilite Tone, OP!, Jon Oliver, Ge-ology, Faso, Free Magic at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10]
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COSMIC MIRROR: Love and Light, Kraddy, An-ten-nae, Black 22s, Reda Briki, Anthony Mansfield, Connie, lots more at tba near atlantic ave BK [9:30PM/$25-55]
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Thump presents Paul Johnson at Output Thursday, here’s a quick primer from TURRBOTAX’s Space Jam

So Thump is doing nights a FREE night at Output which is pretty cool I guess? Honestly you had me at Star Eyes (of Trouble & Bass) and Free Magic (of Discovery). But the headliner, Paul Johnson is a legend of Chicago house, or so says his bio. But then again according to Star Eyes’s bio

WOMPLIST 69: Teki Latex, Deekline, DJ Funk, Distal, Lit City, DJ Sliink, Que Bajo 5 Yr, Sweater Beats & Suzi Analogue, Star Slinger Brookyln Electronic Music Festival 2013

WOMPLIST 69: BEMF Picks,Teki Latex, DJ Funk, Deekline, Distal, Clicks & Whistles, Lit City, Archie Pelago, DJ Sliink, Que Bajo 5 Year, Sweater Beats & Suzi Analogue

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WOMPLIST 62: Phaeleh, Funkystepz, Martyn & 2562, Broke City 2 Year, Discovery 4 Year, Dub Champions, Lit City, Archie Pelago

High speed photos of ink and oil by Alberto Seveso on Behance  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 Phaeleh, The-Drum, Moon Bounce, Enoe at Glasslands [11:30PM/$12-14] If you like Author, Bonobo or Clubroot, chances are you fucking love Phaeleh – he’s my absolute favorite “chill” dubstep producers. And he’s playing TONIGHT at Glasslands, with a an excellent support

100% silk, Alex Burkat, Alphabets Heaven, astronautico, beto cravioto, breadbox, cameo, color plus, discovery, dub stuy, dusky, faso, fixed, frankie knuckles, free candy, free magic, king deluxe, live cats, mayster, mthrinc, night call, obey city, octa octo, photay, policy, scifi & fantasy, seafloor, tubanyc, turrbotax, verboten

WOMPLIST 60: Tuba & Dubstuy BBQ, AstroNautico, Reduced List for Symbols at Output, Dusky, 100% Discovery, MTHRInc

antidrone hijab from the offpocket kickstarter page FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 ☆ ASTRONAUTICO: Alphabets Heaven (King Deluxe ✈ UK), Seafloor, Photay, plus Obey City, The Range, Michael Jukeson, Paul Jones at Free Candy [10-3/$5-10] alphabetsheaven is a producer of wonky instrumentals from Brighton, UK. Affiliated with great beat music labels like king deluxe and project mooncircle, his

Womplist 54: Dirtybird vs Trouble & Bass, The Range, Turrbotax, Appleblim, Ultrademon, Tiki Disco at the Beach

FRIDAY, JULY 19

HOUSE-O-MATIC: Contakt, Space Jam, C-Sick, Mayster & Ben Steidel (Lemonade) at Over The Eight [10PM/FREE]
Last minute house music party from the Turrbo crew, with longtime homie Ben of Lemonade. I’ve been saying for a minute now that Over the Eight is a total gem of a venue; a low-key spot with a great back room – killer sound, and a spacious wooden dancefloor.
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BROKE CITY: The Range, D. Gookin (dj set), Sleepyhead, Figgy, Dunes at Bizarre Bushwick [10PM/FREE]
The Range is a super ridiculously dope footwork producer, who has released stuff on Donkey Pitch and Astro Nautico. Been killing it for a few years now. D.Gookin does weirdo pop singersongwriter ish, but will be spinning a DJ set – plus the residents here totally rule and it’s free.
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ULTRADEMON, SSION (dj set), Gatekeeper (dj set) at Glasslands [11:30PM/$5]
Ultrademon is known as the godfather of Seapunk – wait, don’t leave! While the internet aesthetic might be goofy, the beats kinda rule. Gatekeeper and SSION too – all three are unpredictable but thoroughly enjoyable – which is exactly what we love about Brooklyn’s psychadelic electronic scene right now.
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Fixed & Verboten: Midland, Will Saul, Appleblim, JDH at SRB Brooklyn [11PM/$20]
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SATURDAY, JULY 20

 Verboten pres Trouble & Bass vs Dirtybird: Kode9, Salva, Worthy, J.Phlip, DKDS, Drop the Lime, Star Eyes, Strange VIP, Tony Quattro at Sullivan Room [10PM/$20]
THIS. Probably the best lineup we’ve seen all summer. Dirtybird is doing more than anyone to keep stateside house music funky, vital and booty-tastic. J.Phlip (mix) and Worthy (mix) will be out from California repping them. The Trouble & Bass crew always kills it – they basically define ‘killing it’. Especially that young buck Tony Quattro – last T&B party, he and Dr. Jeep had the dancefloor WILIN before 11PM. And you know we love DKDS.

Oh, and a few other huge special guests like Salva (fresh off his BBC residency) and Kode9 (he runs this label Hyperdub, you mighta heard of it). Both are certified bass music geniuses. So that’s, uh, FOUR headliners, and the best damn support lineup in NYC. Check out our full feature on the event here for all the info, a buttload of mixes and set times (if we can get em).
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WARM UP: Kode9, L-Vis 1990, Recloose, Kelela, Obey City at PS1 [3-9PM/$15]
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OPEN AIR: Cem & Rg, Arana, Pjoe, Rambo Springsteen, Arthur Shikhman, & Tano, Blysk & Valerie Molano at The DL Rooftop [2-11PM/$5-10]
All day showcase of tech house, deep house and other melty, melodic bootyshaking material.
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ALL NIGHT LONG: Joakim at Cameo [12AM/$8-10]
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MUTUAL DREAMING: Beautiful Swimmers, Blondes (live!), Terekke (live!), Jay Simon at 285 Kent [10PM/$10-15]
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DISCOVERY: Marcellus Pittman, Aaron Siegel, Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [11:30PM/$10-15]
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SUNDAY, JULY 21

TIKI DISCO: Eli Escobar, Lloydski, Andy Pry at Rippers [FREE/2-10PM]
Tiki Disco at the beach? Talk about a slam fucking dunk.
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WOMPLIST 50: Rabit/Glacial Sound, Curses, a/jus/ted,Discovery Party, Tripletrain, Mister Sunday, Tiki Disco

FRIDAY, JUNE 21

BROKE CITY: Rabit (Keysound), Kuato (Partyguy Records), Sleepyhead, Mohegan Son, Dunes at Bizarre Bushwick [10PM/FREE] Broke City is the Bushwick-based, perpetually free party dedicated to unpredictable permutations of house, juke, rnb, beats, and other dope shit that doesn’t have a name yet. Special guests this week are: Rabit aka Glacial Sound, with his dark, minimal grime beats, and Kuato, founder of Partyguy records and a real connoisseur of NYC party-tastic heavy bass. Check out our feature on this event below for mixes from the guests and all the info.
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NIGHT PEOPLE: Curses, DKDS, Eli Escobar, Blu Jemz, Lloydski at Le Bain [10PM/FREE] Record release party for Drop The Lime’s techno alias, Curses. Check out the singleand his promo mix. Very different than his Trouble & Bass material. Still dark, very dancefloor oriented, just trading in the rockabilly swagger and dubstep bass for Vangelis synths and icey drums. Collaborators DKDS and Night People residents Blu Jemz, Lloydski and Eli Escobar will keep the darkness going.
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a/jus/ted at Kinfolk Studios [10PM/FREE]
Super-heavy disco all night from the a/jus/ted, the duo of 20-something Eddie Mars and Justin Strauss, a 3 decade veteran of NYC dance music. Check out their excellent june mix. This isn’t nice disco. No string arrangements or diva vocals here. Just driving basslines and extra crispy drums, perfect for dancing in dark rooms or driving all night.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 22

DISCOVERY: Free Magic, Faso, and Chris Costello at Glasslands Gallery [11:30/FREE]
Our favorite disco party (4 years in August!) is doing a resident night for FREE! How can this be? Their home venue, Glasslands, has just installed a big new soundsystem, which means Discovery doesn’t have to pay to bring in extra sound. And they’re passing the savings onto us. Really excited to hear the new sound there, as Glasslands will be hosting some acts that demand it later this summer (Phaeleh, Lil’ Silva and L-Vis 1990).
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POST TRACKS: Tripletrain, George McKeon b2b Adam Cohen, Simon Yi, Ex Ex Ex b2b Max Barabas, Anibal, Duntzcap at Castlebraid Rooftop [2PM-12AM/$10] 
All day rooftop danceparty in Bushwick. Buncha Brooklyn DJs spinning deep house, tech house, bass, disco, etc. The real draw for us is Brooklyn juke/footwork producers Tripletrain, who will be playing the closing set from until 12 midnite.
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SUNDAY, JUNE 23

Mister Sunday: Justin Carter & Eamon Harkin at Gowanus Grove [3-9PM/$10-15]
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TIKI DISCO: Andy Pry, Lloydski, Eli Escobar on Funktion-1 Sound at The Knockdown Center [2-10PM/FREE] 
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WOMPLIST 48: Swindle/Starkey, Terrence Parker, EPROM, Kryptic Minds, Astro Nautico, Oneman, Tiki Disco, Mister Sunday

FRIDAY, JUNE 7

Terrence Parker, Free Magic & Faso at Cameo Gallery [12AM/$12]
Terrence Parker is the fucking truth. His high energy, raw, soulful house selections and unbelievable turntablism have made him a legend amongst legends. Watch this and this right now and tell me you aren’t blown away. And yeah, he uses a telephone headset instead of headphones. Why? Well, when you can DJ like TP, it really doesn’t matter. Discovery Party residents Free Magic & Faso warm things up with their always on-point house and disco selections.
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SUBVERSE: Kryptic Minds (UK), Asylum (UK), SNGL, Rozi, I.N.I., Max Mischief, Tsunami Bass Sound at The Paper Box [9PM/$20]
Proper UK dubstep on a proper system. The duo of Kryptic Minds pillars of the classic dubstep sound, and they’re also bringing over Asylum from the UK. Local bassweight purveyors, SNGL, Rozi (who runs the Tuba label) and Subverse-NYC residents I.N.I. and Max Mischief complete the bill. Worth noting that there’s a late night b2b Neurofunk DnB sesh scheduled between Asylum and I.N.I. All this will be booming over the famous Tsunami Bass soundsystem with 4 labhorn subs, so get ready to FEEL it.
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Astro Nautico: Jaw Jamz, CZ, Starchild & The New Romantic, plus Obey City, The Range, Michael Jukeson, Tsunami Bass Sound at Free Candy [10PM/$5wRSVP/$10]
Astro Nautico’s monthly experimental beats party in Brooklyn’s raviest parking garage/art gallery (it makes sense when you’re there). Not as familiar with this lineup so I’m not going to attempt to summarize, but Astro has become a name you can trust in underground bass music. Also featuring Tsunami Bass Sound (busy friday for those wizards!) and guest VJs for your ear and eye pleasure.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 8

Trouble & Bass: SWINDLE (deep medi, UK), Starkey, DJ Slow, Star Eyes, Strange VIP at Steel Drums [10PM/$10]
Swindle is a hell of a musician. He takes purple dubstep and infuses it with a triple shot of jazz-funk synth lines, which he executes brilliantly with incredible keyboard chops. His first track, Do The Jazz, changed my fucking life when I heard his label-mates Silkie & Quest drop it at Cielo last year. I’ve still never heard anything like it, except for Swindle’s other productions. Swindle’s full length record comes out later this month – stream it here. Also headlining is the exceptionally talented ‘street bass’ producer Starkey, from Philly. He’s had an incredible run of sci-fi themed albums and EPs over the last few years (Orbits being one of my favorite albums of 2012). Finally, T&B crew Star Eyes and Strange VIP will be warming up, plus special guest DJ Slow, still in town from RBMA.
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EPROM, Dubbel Dutch, Sleepyhead at Glasslands Gallery [11:30PM/$10]
Eprom has been mutating hip hop beats into delightfully monstrous bass music for 7 or 8 years now. A perfect example is his Kendrick remix, which has thoroughtly blown up in the last few weeks. His first LP, Metahuman, came out last year on Rwina Records, and earned wide praise for his glitched-out 808s and crunchy, low slung basslines. Personally, his Pipe Dream EP is still my favorite. It’s a shame that this is competing with the Starkey/Swindle show, as Starkey is actually a huge fan of Eprom’s; listen to him gush over some classic Eprom here (“you can’t play anything after this!”). Excellently chosen support acts, too – Dubbel Dutch always tears it down with his turbo-tropical club jams, and Broke City resident Sleepyhead is quite an accomplished bass music producer and DJ in his own right.
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DARK DISCO: Oneman, Jayceeoh, CRNKN, DKDS at 88 Palace [11PM/$15]
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Flinch, Infuze, Subset at Webster Hall Basement [11PM/$10/19+]
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SUNDAY, JUNE 9

TIKI DISCO: Eli Escobar, Lloydski, Andy Pry at The Knockdown Center [FREE/2-10PM]
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CLASSIC ALBUM SUNDAYS: Massive Attack – Blue Lines listening party at the Panther Room [1-4PM/$15]
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MISTER SUNDAY: Justin Carter and special guest Desiree West at Gowanus Grove [1-4PM/$10]
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WompList 47: Reconstrvct/Outlook Launch, Mosca, Krampfhaft/Gaslamp Killer, XXXY, Chaisley Lussier, A Tribe Called Red, Ray Keith

FRIDAY, MAY 31

TOP PICK  Gaslamp Killer, Edan (all vinyl DJ set), FaltyDL, Nick Hook, Krampfhaft at Music Hall of Williamsburg [9PM/$15]
GLK is an incredibly high energy performer, viciously mashing crunk hip hop beats, psychadelia, ecstatic middle eastern music and all manner off voodoo via turntables and live controllers. But the real star here is Krampfhaft, who is playing first at 9:30. It’s a special treat to see this guy, as he’s only in town as an RBMA participant before returning to Europe. His necksnapping, lazer-baked beats fuse wonky, juke, and 808 music into something that is clearly from the future. In fact, it was one of his tracks that got DJ shadow kicked off the decks in Miami for being “too future”. Check out his last three EPs – they just keep getting better. Quite frankly I’m terrified of what he’s gonna make next. Also on the bill is Edan doing an all vinyl hip hop DJ set, and NYC gems FaltyDL and Nick Hook.
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RBMA Closing Room 1: Legowelt, Beautiful Swimmers, Marcos Cabral, Ron Morelli / Room 2:Kerri Chandler, Bookworms, Willie Burns, more at Output [8PM/$15adv]
Main room is a L.I.E.S. label night while the side room hosts Mosca, Kerri Chandler, Mathew Jonson and RBMA allstars. Live house/techno showcase from 7-10 is only $10, while door will be 20-30 later.
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GOOD LOOKS NY: Chaisley Lussier, Bass Control, Narkatta, at Lilium (Funktion-1 Sound) [10PM/FREEwRSVP]
Lilium is a club in the W hotel. Yes, there’s bottle service, but more importantly, there are good DJs. Chaisley Lussier has impeccable taste in UK bass, Narkatta plays glitch-hop, and Bass Control is electro/progressive house. 2 outta 3 aint bad! Could be a good choice if you have friends that you can never convince to come to BK.
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RINSED: XXXY, Jaw Jam, Paul Raffaele, Dan Wender, Blacky II at tba [12AM/$20adv]
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1

RECONSTRVCT XIII Outlook Launch Party: Author (live), Cyrus, Seven, Jack Sparrow, Ruckspin, Joe Nice, True Nature, Selector Joseph Demension at tba [10PM/$30]
Words can’t describe what a huge deal this is, but I’ll try anyway. Reconstrvct is the best party in Brooklyn; 100% independent, underground and uncompromising. Their lineups are always massively stacked; this one is mountainous. They got the best renegade sound system in NYC (Tsunami Bass), recently upgraded to 40,000 watts of the warmest, cleanest bass I’ve ever heard. Add to that that this is the NYC/US launch party for Outlook, the world’s best bass music festival. People are coming hundreds of miles for this. If you really want to get an understanding, read my previous writeups of the headliners Author, and of Outlook Festival, or check out the featured event page, loaded with mixes and tunes from the stellar lineup.
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A Tribe Called Red, Zuzuka Ponderosa, Jubilee at Glasslands [11:30PM/$12]
A Tribe Called Red is a trio that blends native american music with club music and hip hop to great effect. One of the most interesting live electronic acts I’ve heard about in a minute. Joining them is ridiculously energetic funk carioca emcee, Zuzuka Ponderosa, and the hardest working DJ in BK, Jubilee. 
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DISCOVERY: San Soda plus Free Magic, Faso at Tba Brooklyn 395 Wythe Ave [10PM/$10]
One of our favorite house and disco parties, featuring a very special guest from Belgium. 
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SUNDAY, JUNE 2

Summer Sundays: Tony Quattro, Flubba, Cream Dream, Futurenegade, DIRTYBoogie, grill by Cobra Krames at MTHR Inc 1189 Myrtle Ave [5PM/FREE]
If you like underground dance music in NYC, then Tony Quattro, Flubba and Cream Dream are three names you should be paying attention to. Fresh house and bass music. 
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DUBPLATE DREAD LABEL LAUNCH: Ray Keith, Db, Golden Child b2b Sblendid, emcees Jamalski & Trac at the Panther Room [8PM/$10]
Ray Keith and DJ DB, both Drum n Bass legends, launching a new label at Output’s panther room. Just $10, in the side room at Output.
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Mister Sunday: Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin at Gowanus Grove [3-9PM/$10]
Beautiful house music in a beautiful grove on the water. Great vibes all damn day.
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Womplist 44: Duke Dumont, Detroit Swindle, The CLAW ft Kelela & RP Boo, PBR Streetgang, Dark Disco

FRIDAY, MAY 10 FORM & SUBSTANCE: Projection Mapping in Contemporary Art, music by Archie Pelago, Braille, Nooka Jones, more at Gowanus Ballroom [10PM/$10] Projection Mapping has had a profound impact on dance music visuals in the last few years. Amon Tobin’s ISAM was many people’s first exposure to it, but there are hundreds of other

Weekend Forecast: Traxman + DJ Deeon, Egyptrixx, Bonobo, Christian Martin, Jubilee, Gerd

FRIDAY, APRIL 12

TOP PICK  LIT CITY RAVE: DJ Deeon, Traxman, Dubbel Dutch, J-Cush, Durban at The Rink [10PM/$12]
Lit City is back in NYC for the first time since New Years, and boy are they going hard. First off, it’s the NYC debut of DJ Deeon, who has been pushing Chicago’s ghetto house sounds since ‘94 – he’s one of the true originators and innovators. But they’re also bringing out Traxman, another Chicago footwork legend. His Da Mind of Traxman LP on Planet Mu last year was a shoe-in for year end lists, and a turning point in visibility for the sounds of chicago footwork. Also on the bill, Mixpak’s Dubbel Dutch, who knows a thing or two about makin motherfuckers dance at high tempos, and Lit City residents J-Cush and Durban. Back at 285 Kent – bring earplugs, it will get loud.
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Egyptrixxx, Evan Michael, T’Angelo, Judge Wise at Cameo Gallery [12AM/$7]
Toronto’s Egyptrixxx is back in NYC, with his “celestial club music”. Pulling from techno, drone and even pop motifs, Egyptrixxx obliterates your expectations of what can be done with a 4×4 format. Expect an extremely danceable set full of unexpected textures, tension and a complete lack of trendy bullshit.
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Christian Martin (Dirtybird) plus Chris Love, AB Logic, Chris Patrick + Joe Pompeo at Cielo [10PM/$15]
Christian Martin is one of the founders of Dirtybird, the label that has single handedly fomented a San Francisco funky tech house revival. Supported by the SOUP crew, who normally hold it down at Sullivan Room, this is a party for people serious about gettin their dance on.
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BONOBO, Nickodemus, Wiseacre at Public Assembly [12AM/$10]
The demigod of downtempo, Bonobo, is playing 2 shows tonight in support of his new LP, The North Borders. The first, at Webster Hall, is totally sold out, but he has a late DJ set at Public Assembly with limited tickets available at the door. I’ve had the pleasure of catching Bonobo twice in the last year, and his DJ sets are energetic and danceable, infused with his uber-smooth jazz and trip hop sensibility, but still sounding totally current for a 2013 dancefloor.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 13

DISCOVERY: Gerd plus Free Magic & Faso at Glasslands [12AM/$10]
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Lit City & Bandshell Present: Brenmar, Total Freedom, Rizzla, J-Cush at 285 Kent [12AM/$10]
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NIGHT PEOPLE: Jubilee, Eli Escobar, Lloydski, Blu Jemz at Le Bain
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Locked Feat. Distal, Jubilee, Star Eyes free open bar rbma embassy trouble & bass fade to mind mixpak at SRB Brooklyn

Weekend Womp Forecast!

FRIDAY MARCH 8 LOCKED: Distal, Jubilee, Rizzla at SRB [10PM/FREE] Our highest recommendation for the evening. Celebrating the venue’s 1st birthday (open bar at 10!) as well as the release of Jubilee + Star Eyes’ grime mixtape LOCKED (which is fucking awesome). Distal is up from Atlanta (though we’ll be seeing a lot of him

WOMPLIST 80: Mixpak Jubilee Release Party, Ryan Hemsworth & Nadus at MHOW, Mr. Saturday, Bareskin at Rinsed, Policy at Bossa Nova, Break Science, Thunder Gumbo, Felichen

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31

MIXPAK: Jubilee (Release Party), Star Eyes, Burt Fox, Dubbel Dutch, Dre Skull, The Large at The Call Box [10PM/FREE]

Release Party for Jubilee’s single Pull Ova/1-95 single, out this week on Mixpak. It’s a slammin pair of Miami Bass tracks, already receiving play at Fabric, Boiler Room and many more fine outlets. Longtime collaborators Star Eyes (of Trouble&Bass) and Burt Fox guest. Star Eyes will no doubt bring some heavy bass (as Troublemakers are wont to do) and Burt Fox has promised a “super miami set” in tribute to Jubilee’s musical heritage. The rest of the Mixpak crew will be slinging their meanest riddims as well. The Call Box is kinda out there (around the corner from Steel Drums) but with Mixpak’s devoted following, no cover and such a well-liked guest of honor, this one is gonna pack out.


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RINSED: Bareskin (Hypercolour – UK), Jamie Antonelli, Dan Wender, Blacky II at secret location tba [11PM-6AM/$10-25]

Rinsed is taking a gamble with this one, bringing out a pair of basically unknown producers to headline. But they’ve become such an institution over the last two years that I’m fairly certain that won’t hurt their turnout. Bareskin (cue Mary Anne Hobbs voice) is just 19 years old but has already played all over the UK and Europe. His tunes are the kind of magical UK club material that can make 3-4am last forever (unnecessary in this instance as Rinsed goes till 6). Syrupy garage house, chopped Rnb vocals, and some warehousey 303s – it’s kinda like Boddika by way of Jacques Greene.


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Year of the Future: Honey Jaws, Dis Fig, KeekeeKud at Pianos [1-4AM/FREE]

A newer party devoted to exactly our kind of bass music – the flyer promises garage, footwork, grime, house, dubstep and more – check the promo mix. It’s a weird slot, 1-4am at Pianos, but that also makes for a nice focused party. Resident DJ Dis Fig aka Felichen is definitely a badgyal on the decks – I’ve been lurking her soundcloud quite a bit and every single one of her mixes is on point in terms of both mixing and selection. She seems equally at home with footwork, house/techno and uk bass and hip hop. This is also the DJ debut of Honey Jaws (on right at 1am), who you may recognize from the front fucking row of every good bass show we rep.


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Lets Play House: Policy, Paul Raffaele, Drew Heffron at Bossa Nova Civic Club [10PM/FREE]
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Ryan Hemsworth, WET, Nadus at Music Hall of WIlliamsburg[9PM/$15-20]
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1

Mr Saturday Night at Glasslands [11:30PM/$20]

The friendliest house & techno party ever is trying on Glasslands for size while their normal venue is on hiatus. They’ll be bringing in their own soundsystem and transforming the space to make things suitably special. This one is also sold out, but there will be some tickets at the door. Mr. Saturday has a very devoted following and there’s not a ton going on in terms of house/techno this night, so if you do want to get a ticket you had better outside at 11:15.


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Break Science, Paul Basic at Bowery Ballroom [9PM/$15]

Brooklyn-based duo Break Science make some excellent, semi-ragey glitch hop and dubstep. It’s obviously aimed at the Bisco set (especially given their latest release being on Pretty Lights Music) but this also satisfies my craving for Glitch Mob-style west coast turrbocrunk. They’ve been touring their live set heavily for years, so you can expect a pretty tight show.


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Thunder Gumbo’s FREEZINGMAN: Joro Boro, Bekim, Tinseltown, Pony, 2Melo, Dynasty Electric, many more at Paper Box [9PM/$10-15]
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WOMPLIST, DJ Assault, Daedelus, Jon Hopkins, Clark, Doctor Jeep, Future Brown, Fade to Mind, GHE20G0TH1K

WOMPLIST 70: DJ Assault, Daedelus, Jon Hopkins & Clark, Doctor Jeep, Future Brown, Fade to Mind x GHE20G0TH1K

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Womplist 66: Silkie, The Range, Blue Sky Black Death, Traxman, Murderbot, MTHR Inc, Ghostly Showcase

Womplist 66: Silkie, The Range, Blue Sky Black Death, Traxman, Kelela, MTHR Inc, Murderbot, Ghostly Showcase, Broke City

The Womplist is a weekly roundup of what’s really good in NYC bass music this weekend. Stay up on all the latest by following @womp_blog on twitter and/or by signing up for the mailing list (which goes out every friday afternoon). FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 Blue Sky Black Death, Sister Crayon, The Range at Cameo Gallery [12AM/$12-15]

chrissy murderbot, grime, juke, pitchfork, ryan hemsworth, j-cush, kelela, traxman, night slugs, lit city, ghostly international, comtruise, heathered pearls, contakt, turrbotax, blue sky black death, the range, astronautico, descent, cmj, oliver, codes, nick catchdubs, figgy, tony quattro, trouble & bass, sleepyhead, kuato, partyguy records, figgy,

Bass Music at CMJ: The Wompblog Guide

While CMJ is traditionally a buzzfest for indie bands, there’s always some tight electronic music to be found as well. This year has been one of the best ever for bass music in NYC, with a groundswell of new producers, parties and venues pushing underground sounds. Naturally, quite a few have found their way into

1. Doctor Jeep – Flash Area [Unreleased] 2. Ms Thing & Switch – Love Guide [Sequence] 3. John Roman – Petrified [Turbo] 4. Doctor Jeep – Bird of Paradise [Unreleased] 5. Trevino – Lag [Revolve:r] 6. Astronomar – H3Y I C U PERCUL8-10 [Self Released] 7. Outlander – Vamp (Wildcat Remix) [R&S] 8. Tony Quattro – Tony’s March [Unreleased] 9. Warrior One & Lady Chann – King Riddim [King Pigeon] 10. Doctor Jeep – Swirling [Unreleased] 11. DJ Jayhood & DJ Problem – Baby Got Back [Self Released] 12. French Fries – Space Alarm (Jeep’s Freak Alarm Edit) [Unreleased] 13. DJ Skeletone – Dick Deep Inside [AAMG] 14. Domimatrixx – Drive U Ha [Unreleased] 15. Manikan & Taste Tester – Back2Back [Seclusiasis] 16. DeadbeatUK – Chicago 6AM [Chip Butty] 17. Kingdom – Take Me (Mike G Remix) [Self Released] 18. Mohegan Son – Lick (SPF666 Remix) [Forthcoming #Feelings] 19. 813 – Espoir Voyage [Forthcoming Apothecary Compositions] 20. DJ Yolo Bear – Show & Tell feat. Chippy Nonstop [Unreleased] 21. Tide Eye – Untitled [Zone Def] 22. Lil Texas – Goin’ Round [Donky Pitch] 23. Durkin – Y Don’t U [Self Released] 24. Kelis – Little Suzie [Virgin]

Two fresh mixes from Doctor Jeep, Mixpak.fm and EVR Gold River Show

Doctor Jeep is the future of club music. He’s got the whole heavy bass/rave throwback/jackin thing down to a science. Every track this dude makes just absolutely slays – the only problem with his tunes is that you can’t play anything after them, except another Doctor Jeep track. You’ve probably heard his collab with Tony Quattro,

Weekend Womp Forecast

FRIDAY, MARCH 1

VITAMIN B: DJ Zinc plus DJ Shakey, Barney Iller, Tektite, Tim the Enchanter at House of Yes [10PM/$10]

There aren’t many DJs who have been producing for 20 years and are still relevant, aside from DJ Zinc (ok, maybe Zed Bias?). From his early days as a junglist, producing genre-defining tunes like “super sharp shooter”, to recent hits with A-Trak and Miss Dynamite, he’s is still smashing it up worldwide. Zinc’s unique brand of “crack house”, fusing grime, breaks and electro into an undeniably danceable blend. Get there early or buy advance tickets, because House of Yes fills up fast.      
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ASTRO NAUTICO: HXDB, Archie Pelago plus Obey City, Michael Jukeson, The Range at FREE CANDY [10PM/$5wRSVP]
I know we gush about Archie Pelago quite a bit, but I mean, can you blame us? Have you SEEN them? If not, then it’s your lucky day – they’re headlining tonight at everyone’s favorite psychadelic parking garage/art gallery, Free Candy. Sharing the bill is their collaborator, HxdB (pronounced Hexadecibel), who has been producing exquisite, deep, genre-spanning bass music out of Vancouver for years now. RSVP for $5 admission instead of 10!     
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MUTUAL DREAMING: DJ Dez Andrés, Anthony Naples, Magic Touch at 285 Kent [10PM/$12]
Andres is one of the best DJs I’ve ever seen. Period. Recently I heard him described as “if DIlla made played house”. Expect a lot of soul, dusty grooves, and impeccable taste. A one of a kind artist who could have only come from Detroit, Dez was  formerly the turntablist for Slum Village, and also has a lengthy discography of house tunes and edits.  Mutual Dreaming throws a great party too – they’ll be transforming 285 Kent with reinforced sound and a parachute ceiling for extra vibe absorption.
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LOW: Matt Shadetek, Nate Mars, Lusta, Tyeze at Happy Ending [10PM/FREE]
A great choice if you’re looking for something a little more intimate and unexpected. Shadetek has been rolling with the Dutty Artz crew for years, making all manner of global bass – that’s horribly oversimplifying the man’s talents, but they’re broad. Nate Mars is a dubspot affiliate, with excellent production chops ranging from dubstep to digital cumbia. Lusta takes a grab-bag approach to bass, but keeps it dark and driving, while Tyeze seems to have more of a wompy west-coast take on the low end.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 2

CAPRICORN: Tim Sweeney, Mike Simonetti, Dust at Bossa Nova Social Club [10PM/FREE]
Tim Sweeney’s long-running Beats In Space radio show has always been a source of phenomenal music, both new and old, as well as host to an incredible spectrum of guests. Apparently his live sets are pretty phenomenal too. Mike Simonetti has also been killing dancefloors for decades with an adventurous mix of italo, house, and disco. Plus Bossa Nova Social Club is one of the best new spots – far enough out to keep the crowd dedicated, but also boasting a gorgeous custom soundsystem and plenty of space to dance.
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Built By MeanRed: Daedalus, Salva, Samo Soundboy, Ryan Hemsworth at LPR [11PM/$15]

MeanRed once again has brought together a massive lineup of sonic experimentalists. Daedalus is still one of the most creative DJs I’ve heard in ages (beach boys over hard house? balkan brass over techno? and it works!)  and has a really unique and compelling lighting rig. Salva has experienced meteoric success this year, between a slot on the BBC and his trap edit of Mercy. But he has been making killer 808 beats for years before it became trendy (check his 2011 release, Complex Housing). Samo Soundboy will be bringing the heavy bass, and Ryan Hemsworth has been killing the future-rnb thing lately. 
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100% Silk: Octo Octa, Maria Minerva, Magic Touch, Pharaohs at 285 Kent [12AM/$10]

A showcase of the lo-fi, hi-fun house label, with a nice blend of both live and electronic stuff. Octo Octa will be doing some live house and techno on all hardware (definitely worth checking out), while Maria Minerva sings and Pharaohs are a 4 piece boogie machine. Magic Touch DJs.
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SKATALITES, Subatomic Sound System, Van Gordon Martin Band at Brooklyn Bowl [8PM/$10]

Without dub, there’d be no dance music as we know it. The Skatalites are a LEGENDARY dub outfit, more or less inventing the sound of rocksteady/first wave ska. Officially forming in Kingston Jamaica in 1964, the original members had been jamming together since the mid-50s. While the cast has switched up a bit, the soul and history is still there. Support from Brooklyn’s finest dubwise electronic label, Subatomic Sound System, is a natural fit.   
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SUNDAY, MARCH 3

Mouse on Mars at Santos Party Haus [7PM/$15]
A great reason to get out on a Sunday – Mouse on Mars have been making bizarre, charming, intricate IDM since the 90s, Relentlessly experimental without sacrificing accessibility, Mouse on Mars is equally stimulating to the brain and the booty. Fans of Modeselektor or Matmos will be thrilled.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15

Ashes57 Art Opening, Dave Q, Falty DL at Reverse Space [7-9PM/FREE]
As a visual artist, Ashes57 has been an important part of the bass scene for many years now. Most recently she did a ton of art for last year’s Outlook + Dimensions Festival. This is her 3rd exhibition in the NYC area. Free beer + beats by FaltyDL & DaveQ.
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EP Release Party: Zuzuka Ponderosa + Burt Fox plus Hard Nips, False Witness, Rizzla at Public Assembly [9PM/$10]
Zuzuka is a Brazillian vocalist who has passionately engaged with dance music. She just dropped an excellent EP (that Jubilee & Star Eyes remix is oof), as well as a mixtape with west coast bass producer Kush Arora that runs the gamut from glitchhop to ghetto house to turrbocrunk. Also on the bill is Japanese all-girl band Hard Nips, and DJs Rizzla and False Witness.
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BLKMARKET: Joy Orbison, Boddika, Joey Anderson at TBA [10PM/$40]
NYC’s classiest (and priciest) dance party brings out two of the biggest names in UK Bass, plus outside house poster boy Joey Anderson. Hope you got tickets before they went up to 40 bucks.
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BASS & DESTROY: Noble Society, Subatomic Sound System, Ming, Jumpshot, Iron Myke at Drom [11PM/$10]
Noble Society is a reggae/hip hop supergroup feat. Jahdan Blakkamore, who has done vox for Major Lazer and Snoop Lion. Support from Subatomic Sound, one of the finest purveyors of roots-oriented dubstep, Ming (of Ming & FS), brostepper Jumpshot and Direct Drive founder Iron Mike.
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BROKE CITY: Braille, Seafloor plus Sleepyhead, Figgy, Dunes at Apostrophe [10PM/FREE]
One of the most slept-on parties in NYC. All of the residents are ridiculously talented producers, booze is cheap, cover is too, and the guests are always on point. Expect fresh house, rnb jams, and family vibes.
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JACQUES IN THE JUNGLE: Jacques Renault (4 hr set) at Cameo Gallery [11:30PM/$12]
4 Hour marathon set from LETS PLAY HOUSE founder Jacques Renault. If all you wanna do is dance to funky disco house, this is the place to be.
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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16

Chrissy Murderbot (Planet Mu, Chi), Galapagoose (Magical Properties, Australia), Archie Pelago, Braille, Nooka Jones at Cameo Gallery [12AM/$7]
Murderbot is a walking encyclopedia of dance music, but instead of relying on history lessons he keeps pushing towards the future. With releases on Planet Mu and his own experimental juke/footwork label, Loose Squares, you can be assured his set will be next-next level. Plus Galapagoose, a hotly tipped controllerism wiz, Archie Pelago, our favorite DJ-cello-sax trio, and Nooka Jones, Percussion Lab’s most precocious resident.
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SUBVERSE LAUNCH PARTY: Demon, SGNL, I.N.I., Max Mischief at Tutus  [11PM/$15]
A new party focused on deep, dark dubstep and drum’n’bass. Armed with the Tsunami Bass Soundsystem and a very talented headliner from the UK, you can bet this will be full of heads gettin their bass fix.
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GHE20G0TH1K: Venus X, $hayne, Physical Therapy, Rizzla, Mazurbate, Maduro at tba warehouse venue [11PM/$$15]
I’m not going to attempt to describe GHE20GOTH1K – plenty have already attempted – if the name doesn’t evoke anything interesting for you, chances are you’re going to be too closed minded to enjoy it anyway.  But if you’re intrigued by what it could all mean, check out some of their mixtapes.
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Thank you Andres, thank you Turrbotax

Just wanna give a massive shout out to the fine folks at Turrbotax and Discovery for bringing out Andrés aka DJ Dez on Saturday. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a DJ that good. 2 tracks in, I realized I was putty in his hands. FLAWLESS mixing, inspired selections, perfect pacing, some exquisitely tasteful scratching, all in the pursuit of a higher groove. And oh boy did we find it. Walked out of there feeling just ELATED.

Anyway, I’ve had these jams on loop pretty much since I got home that night, reliving the glory. You know it was a good show when yr still basking in the glow 2 days later.

Comes with two digital bonus tracks A Modem B Voxy Lady BONUS A Modem (heRobust Remix) BONUS B Voxy Lady (Pixelord Remix)

STRT003: Herobust/Pixelord split 7 inch

For the last 1.5 years, Saturate Records have been releasing dozens of free albums and LPs of unprecedented quality, mining the fertile intersections of post-dubstep, glitch hop, juke and future bass. This week they blessed us with web previews of a very special split 7″ vinyl (only their third vinyl release ever) from rising stars

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