If you’re short on resources but long on ideas, zines are magic little books that let you publish what you care about and connect with others who care, too. They can be about anything and no two are quite the same. With help from Aurora Diaz of art collective The Bettyz, we’ll learn how to establish and run a zine project, then collaborate on a one-off zine. Don’t worry — we’ll bring the paper, scissors and Polaroid.
Each Wednesday night we screen a music film, playing the audio through our very nice sound system. Diner by the Izakaya serves up hot ramen, and we’ve got high quality beers from the likes of Hudson Valley Brewing and Evil Twin at the bar. A little about the week’s film:
On November 25th, 1979, Bob Marley did what would be his last ever recorded concert. We’re screening the full performance on the big screen and big system.
Pittsburgh’s beloved Honcho crew (Aaron Clark, Clark Price and George D’Adhemar) returns to our place for another Sunday afternoon function.
DJs Voices and Nicely (aka Nowadays residents Working Women) join up with Griessmuehle resident and SPE:C honcho Darwin for a Saturday night rave up.
Nowadays resident and Incienso co-boss Anthony Naples teams up with Editions Gravats co-honcho Low Jack.
It’s 3am. You take a break from the dance floor and see something weird going down between two people near the bar. One of them looks like they might be feeling cornered. Should you step in? If so, how? Tonight, our friends at OutSmart lead a training on bystander intervention, conflict de-escalation, and other skills to help us look out for each other in the club (and the rest of the world, too).
Every Wednesday night we screen a music film, playing the audio through our very nice sound system. Diner by the Izakaya serves up hot ramen, and we’ve got high quality beers from the likes of Hudson Valley Brewing and Evil Twin at the bar. Here’s a little about the week’s film:
When Shut Up and Play the Hits was made, the entire concert at Madison Square Garden around which the movie was built — what was supposed to be the last LCD Soundsystem show ever — was filmed. We’ll present the concert in full on the big screen and big system.
Local fire starters Zebra Blood and Rain Stick come to ours for a Sunday afternoon jam.
Superb selectors JT Almon and Michael Magnan invite Atlanta institution and Deep South founder Vicki Powell to throw down at this edition of their FNV soiree.
It’s Nowadays resident, Incienso mainstay and Ridgewood kingpin, DJ Python in the mix with Chilean-born, Brazil-based selector and producer Valesuchi — whose first album recently came out on the always-on-point Mamba Rec.