Rone Live in the Boiler Room, see him at Glasslands April 3rd

Thrilled to have just added a new date to the calendar for Rone, the French electronica maester. He’ll be appearing at Glasslands Thursday, April 3rd. Rone’s music resembles Jon Hopkins – textured, spacey electronica that straddles house and techno – but the mood is closer to the bouncey, neon optimism of Lone’s recent singles.

Hopefully he’ll be playing a live set, like he did in this amazing 40 minutes he turned out for a the recent Nuits Sonores takeover of the Boiler Room.  Tracklist courtesy of  1001 Tracklists, which is a ridiculous rabbit hole for any DJ.

 
 
Tracklist:

01min Rone – Bye Bye Macadam
05min Rone – Flesh
10min Rone – Let’s Go (Wild Edit)
13min Rone – So So So
20min ID – ID
23min Rone – Fugu Kiss (Live Edit)
26min Rone – King Of Batoofam
32min Rone – Beast (Live Edit)
37min Rone – Bora Vocal
39min Rone – Parade

WOMPLIST 81: Joker & Marty Party, The Mast & Archie Pelago, Egyptrixx live A/V, The Range, Claude Von Stroke, Broke City, Esta & Elaquent, John Talabot, Nire

WOMPLIST 81: Joker & Marty Party, The Mast & Archie Pelago, Egyptrixx live A/V, The Range, Claude Von Stroke, Broke City, Esta & Elaquent, John Talabot, Nire

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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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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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Archie Pelago live at Glasslands for Discovery Party March 9, 2013

A recent live set from the Archie Pelago, recorded live at Glasslands for Discovery Party on  March 9. One of the reasons I love these dudes so much is their versatility. You could say that’s by design; the trio is a DJ (Dan Hirshorn) and two live musicians (Zach Koeber on Saxaphone and Greg Heffernan on Cello) which gives them a lot of range, stylistically.

But it’s also by choice. A week before this set was recorded, I saw them at Freecandy where their set was largely 160 bpm stuff – juke, jungle and the like. That feel was perfect for the Astronautico party, which leans towards the experimental edges of bass music. Then they turn around and play an almost all-house set (with a fucking awesome techno curveball from Randomer towards the end) for Discovery. Judging by how the whole crowd was dancing, it was the right choice.  Enjoy.

Archie Pelago – Live at DISCOVERY March 2013 by Discovery Recordings on Mixcloud

TRACKLIST:
Throwing Shade (dub) – Distal
The BDA (Archie Pelago BFA Remix) – Aoim & Meveo
Madame Suede Nightshade (dub) – Archie Pelago
Remember (Azuni Remix) – Leif
Bop – Brandt Brauer Frick
Ghetto Kraviz – Nina Kraviz
Clammy Customer (dub) – Archie Pelago
Subway Gothic – Archie Pelago
Get Yourself Together – Randomer
Breezy Whey (forthcoming) – Archie Pelago

Weekend Forecast: Doc Daneeka, DJ Funeral, Subverse-NYC, Broke City, Tony Quattro, The Mast

FRIDAY, APRIL 5

RINSED: Doc Daneeka (EP Release Party), Velcro, Soul 2 Seoul, plus Dan Wender, Blacky II at tba [12AM/$2wRSVP]
Rinsed brings us UK house producer Doc Daneeka. Doc has been making waves in the bass scene, pushing an exciting not-quite-house sound for the last few years. With nods to techno and UK Funky, Daneeka’s sets (like this one from 2011) are consistently engaging, surprising and full of fresh tunes you’ll hear for the first time tonight, but for months to come afterwards. Joining him is Velcro, a house production duo from LA whose tunes all overflow with a juicy, funky, uniquely west-coast vibe. Plus the Rinsed residents and guest DJs Soul 2 Seoul, all for just TWO DOLLARS when you RSVP. Location announced to RSVPs ONLY, but is off the Graham Ave L stop.
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#AOLTOO: DJ Funeral, Jubilee, bEEdEEgEE, Chippy Nonstop (live!), Signe Pierce (live!), Stryker Matthews, more at 330 Ellery [11PM/$10]
Another eclectic warehouse rave from Good Kids Present. The enigmatic DJ Funeral headlines – expect some seriously fun, dark, manic club music (juke, bmore, jersey etc) with a healthy dose of levity. BDG of experimental band Gang Gang Dance DJs, along with Jubilee, who I have to figure out a new way to describe every damn week because she’s always playing the best parties. Expect a bombastic set from Oakland rapper Chippy Nonstop and another live performance from Signe Pierce, who you’ll have to research on your own (adventure!). Open vodka bar from 11-12, and music till the sun comes up.
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ASTRONAUTICO: Sleepyhead, Dunes, Mohegan Son plus Obey City, The Range, Michael Jukeson at Free Candy [10PM/$5wRSVP]
Our favorite raved-out parking garage gets taken over by the Broke City residents, a party that champions partying on the cheap with your best friends. Who all happen to be amazing DJs and producers, articulating fresh perspectives on RnB-infused club music. Mohegan Son’s spastic, sexual production style exudes fun and danceability. Dunes has been putting out monstrous house jams nonstop for the last year. Sleepyhead is perhaps the most accomplished, having put out tracks on two of our favorite labels, Distal’s Embassy Recordings and Kastle’s Symbols Music. He’s also collaborated with Mimosa as SexyTime and a ton of other topnotch producers.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 6

SUBVERSE: Truth (NZ), Mesck (LA), I.N.I., Max Mischief, hosted by Diggadee Emcee at The Paper Box [10PM/$10]
Subverse is a new deep dubstep party, all about proper sound and bringing in international headliners. Truth are a top shelf dubstep duo from New Zealand, regularly headlining festivals all over the world, and Mesck is a young gun from LA. The soundsystem by Tsunami Bass Experience is also deserving of top billing. For the last few years, they’ve been providing mindblowing, chest rattling sound reinforcement for the finest bass music events (Reconstrvct, Unsound Festival, secret shows) and have earned their reputation as a name you trust. Saturday they unveil four brand new custom built Labhorn subs, which apparently are pretty next level.
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The Mast, Colorwar, Moon Furies at Glasslands [8:30PM/$10]
The Mast is a live electronic duo: vocalist Haale and percussionist/producer Matt Kilmer and oh my god they are so talented. Haale has a voice unlike anything I’ve ever heard – phenomenally powerful, nuanced, and with a compelling, hypnotic quality. Paired with Matt’s gorgeous, deft beats (both sequenced and live), they conjure lush electronica reminiscent of the Knife, Massive Attack or Bjork, while maintaining their own distinct, moody groove. Prepare to be entranced by their sound, and blown away by their musicianship.
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RVDIOVCTIVE: Mess Kid, Tony Quattro, Star Falcon plus Chemicals of Creation, String Theory, KRE8OR at Tutus [10PM/FREE]
Tony Quattro has been having a good year – Trouble & Bass put out his single New York Anthem/Forth and Seek to rave reviews and support from some of the biggest tastemakers in bass music (and us too!). Go listen to it – it’s encapsulates the genre-less heavy bass sound we love T&B for so much. Joining him are underground club demigod Mess Kid and Dubday resident Star Falcon, as well as RVDIOVCTIVE’s residents. You can’t argue with the price, and Tutus is steps from the Morgan L stop (which means you can get the best felafel ever on your way home).
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Weekend Womp Forecast

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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Weekend Womp Forecast

FRIDAY NIGHT say Mazel Tov to the Bunker crew, having their TENTH birthday tonight at Public Assembly – two rooms of top shelf techno, probably going well past 4am. Joker is gonna be at Webster Hall , alongside bigroom electro acts Kill Paris and Peacetreaty. Weird booking, guys.

Best bet tonight? Hit up the Astro Nautico party at Free Candy, a parking garage turned neon rave cave. The Range and Howse coheadline along with Time Wharp, Chits, and residents Paul Jones, Michael Jukeson and Obey City (whose name you will be hearing a lot this year). Experimental house, techno, juke, hiphop and who knows what else. And comin in at the last minute, Rub n Tug are gonna be upstairs at Santos spinning some party disco, free before midnight!

SATURDAY NIGHT has Shigeto and Heathered Pearls, who both tend towards downtempo, spinning dance music at Glasslands. And on the LES, Machine Drum will be headling Tammany Hall with a Berlin-centric set, joined by Allies for Everyone, Evan Michael (of Brooklyn Bass), Dan Wender (of Rinsed) and Sheepshead (of un[be]known).

SUNDAY, cool out with a showcase of  Tabletennis/WNYU alums Jordan Rothlein and Momo Araki, headlined by enigmatic Jersey producer Joey Anderson (who is opening for Joy O and Boddika later in Feb).

Want more info about any of these? Check the the events page for links, and sign up for the WompList to get this + the updated calendar in your email every friday! Form is at the very top of this page.

Fuck yeah! See you on the floor!

salvas future funk fader mix

Salva’s ridiculously funky mix for the Fader

Salva put together an absurdly tasty mix of contemporary funk of the electro/boogie variety. I’ve had it on repeat all weekend. Every track sounds like it should have come out in ’82. Feat. tracks from B.Bravo, D’Angelo + Mark Ronson, Oliver Daysoul, DâM-FunK, etc.   check the FADER post here and go see Salva tear it down

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