Party: Analog Soul, Hieroglyphic Being and Entro Senestre

It’s party people in the house each and every Friday night. Strictly the cutest club vibes and the sickest sounds – from dusty, funk bombs to slamming, tribal screamers and back again. We’re out here from 10pm until the dance is done…

Twin sisters Jacky Sommer and DatKat moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to New York in the early aughts and within a few years launched their weekly Analog Soul show on East Village Radio. The show ended in 2009, but their allegiance to the deeper strains of house, Detroit techno, acid and electro hasn’t waned. Joining them behind the decks for the night are Mathematics Recordings label head Hieroglyphic Being and Bank Records NYC honcho Entro Senestre.

Hieroglyphic Being, born Jamal Moss, started making lo-fi dance tracks in the mid ’90s, long before it was the sound du jour. Over the past two decades he’s released music at a staggering pace — to the tune of several albums each year — amassing a catalogue that spans house, techno, noise, industrial and avant-jazz. In his sets, he blurs the line between DJing and live performance, resulting in a distinctive, at times otherworldly experience.

Entro Senestre is Jon Beall, a Brooklyn DJ and producer whose catalogue includes releases on L.I.E.S., W.T. Records, Dekmantel and his own Bank Records NYC. His work invokes elements of acid house, industrial, breakbeat, minimal techno and electro, sometimes all in a single record. He’s a markedly diverse producer; count on him to bring that same adventurous spirit to the dance floor.

10p – 4a  / bar until 4a, dance until it's done / 21+ / an RSVP grants free entry before 11pm and $10 entry from 11pm ’til midnight / $10 and $15 advance tickets