Posted in music | tour dates | venues on May 13, 2008

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Something tells me that Andrew WK is just amusing himself by calling the venue fomerly known as SANTA'S Party House, "Santos' Party House", but who knows...

Santos' Party House has prepared their downstairs space for a series of nightly pre-opening parties. Now you can come dance. The upstairs will be open soon.

Santos' Party House is located at 100 Lafayette Street, one block south of Canal Street, Manhattan, New York City.

Santos' Party House is a two-level, 8000 sq. foot venue, centrally located in the downtown New York City, straddling Chinatown and Tribeca.

Focused on blurring the lines between music and art culture, the venue is designed to function as a concert hall, dance club, and lounge.

Featuring a top-notch, global lineup of weekly residents and one-off events, Santos' Party House has been built from the ground up to rival any venue in the world.

More coming... [Andrew WK]

James Murphy says the name will be 100 Lafayette and the logo/URL agrees.

Andrew WK is playing a 'live solo pianos' show at "Get Weird" @ the New Museum in NYC this Thursday May 15th. More details and stuff below...

Andrew WK

Get Weird is a monthly series of performances featuring experimental and freaky jams. Expect anything from dusted-off salsa to psychedelic harmonies, performed by unknown legends and young-gun mavericks. Get Weird takes place at the New Museum on the third Thursday of each month.

Get Weird is organized by Alex Wagner, Former Editor-in-Chief, The FADER

GET WEIRD: ANDREW W.K.
Part of Get Weird
Thursday, May 15, 2008
7:30 PM
$8 Members, $10 General Admission
www.newmuseum.org/events

White Williams played the last Get Weird.

Andrew will also be reading something at McNally Robinson, 50 Prince St, in NYC on May 25th @ 12:30pm.

Santos' or Santa's or neither?
santos

Also...

Since early 2007, Andrew has been working with reggae and dub music pioneer, Lee "Scratch" Perry, creating Perry's upcoming album, "Repentance".

Pitchfork T.V. got a behind the scenes look at the recording process, and filmed a video interview with Lee and Andrew in the studio.

Click HERE to watch the video. More news on the "Repentance" album coming soon...

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Comments (5)

LIFE CHANGER.

Posted by a moldy corncob | May 13, 2008 12:45 PM

Velvet Ropes? Bottle Service?

Posted by Anonymous | May 13, 2008 1:21 PM

"Focused on blurring the lines between music and art culture, the venue is designed to function as a concert hall, dance club, and lounge. "

Sounds like Webster Hall when they used to have rock bands playing on dance nights back in the '90s. It wasn't really bad back then.

Posted by Anonymous | May 13, 2008 1:40 PM

sounds hipper than webster hall

Posted by Anonymous | May 13, 2008 2:24 PM

I was there last night and there were no velvet ropes, no bottle service, no VIP areas, it was so sweet! Really perfect. The place was packed and everyone was dancing. CELEB SIGHTING: Hugh Grant at the bar.

Posted by Danni | May 14, 2008 3:27 PM

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