Galcher Lustwerk is a fabulous NYC selector and producer with releases on White Material, Tsuba and his own Lustwerk Music. He’ll be flying solo for a post–Mister Sunday soiree.
We’re hosting a special Thursday night dance with some of the illest around. Proceeds from the function go to Nowadays family member (and super dope chef) Riv, who is raising funds for top surgery.
Suggested donation at the door is $10, but if you can give more, please do. It’s very much appreciated.
Check out Riv’s GoFundMe here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/rivs-top-surgery-fund
The Detroit don is back to bless us with another marathon set.
On September 18th, Apogee Journal, Burrow Press and The Rumpus convene in our garden for a Brooklyn Book Festival event. Here’s what they’ve got to say about it:
Join Apogee Journal, Burrow Press, and The Rumpus as we celebrate the 2019 Brooklyn Book Festival with an outdoor evening of readings under the stars!
Featuring performances by Catherine Chen, Melissa Febos, Ariel Francisco, Shane Hinton, Lucas De Lima, Rachel McKibbens, and De’Shawn Charles Winslow.
This event is free and open to the public! Books will be available for purchase from our friends at Books Are Magic. Readings will be moved indoors in the event of inclement weather.
Original event artwork by Lisa Lee Herrick.
THIS IS AN OFFICIAL Brooklyn Book Festival 2019 BOOKEND EVENT.
Groupmuse hosts intimate classical music concerts in apartments all over the city, and now they’re coming to our house. For this event, the Manhattan Chamber Players are performing two pieces by Dmitri Shostakovich and a piece by Ricardo Romaneiro among the houseplants.
The illustrious Papi Juice crew is back to host another party at our place. This time they’re taking over the back yard for an all-day jam, and they’re bringing some special guests along for the ride.
Can’t stop, won’t stop. Once Mister Sunday wraps up out back, the fabulous Musclecars duo will flip on the indoor system and keep the party going well into the night.
Join the filmmakers and composers for a very special event announcing the release of the soundtrack to the short documentary “From There to Here,” which recently premiered at Lincoln Center for the Dance on Camera Film Festival. The cassette comes with printed stills from the film and is packaged in a handmade box set.
Blending interviews, improvisation and choreography, this documentary depicts a courageous group of women in Kolkata, India, survivors of sexual violence and marginalization, fighting gender inequality while using dance movement therapy to empower themselves and reclaim their once fractured lives.
The evening will begin with an 8pm screening of the film, followed by a Q&A with filmmakers Janique L Robillard and Paulius Kontijevas as well as composers Maxime Robillard and Milo McBride. Afterward, the soundtrack, along with other music recorded in the process of the work and inspired by the film, will be played in its entirety.
Cassettes will be available for purchase.
Tony Humphries is a house music luminary and veteran of Kiss FM and New Jersey’s legendary Club Zanzibar. He’s back for another extended set at our place.