Posted in dance | music | tour dates on September 21, 2012

DJ Rashad
DJ Rashad

Chicago footwork producer DJ Rashad released the excellent TEKLIFE Vol. 1: Welcome to the Chi album earlier this year, and played a Brooklyn show at 285 Kent soon after with Total Freedom and J-Cush. All three of those artists will be returning this weekend for another show at 285 Kent on Sunday (9/23) with Visionist and a "surprise special guest." No word on who the guest is, but the show is the official after party for the Gang Gang Dance and Prince Rama show happening at 285 Kent earlier that night (the third of three GGD shows in NYC this weekend). Admission for this all ages party is $5 before 1 AM and $10 after.

As for LA producer Total Freedom (aka Ashland Mines), who opened on tour for Gang Gang Dance last year, he'll be landing in Brooklyn a bit earlier for a warehouse party at 110 Troutman TONIGHT (9/21) with $hayne and Rizzla. The flier for tonight's show is below.

Meanwhile, J-Cush will also be at 285 Kent on Saturday (9/22) for the previously mentioned Sasha Go Hard show. That bill also includes DJ Manny, Cedaa, and Durban. $5 at the door before 1 AM. That will be Sasha's second NYC show of this week, having played Santos with LE1F last night (9/20). How was that show? Sasha loved it.

If dancing into the wee hours of the night is your thing, those three shows are only two of the many dance options in NYC this weekend. Head below to see more...


Laurel Halo, Ital, M. Geddes Gengras, and Magic Touch play 285 Kent tonight (9/21).

Teengirl Fantasy are playing somewhere in Brooklyn tonight.

Italian producer Nicholas makes his NYC debut at Glasslands tonight (9/21) with Jacques Renault, Down + Out, and "a special guest from down under."

Purity Ring, Evian Christ, and Headaches play Bowery Ballroom tonight (9/21) and MHOW on Saturday (9/22) (both sold out).

Midnight Magic, Something In Spanish, and Hess Is More play a late show at Cameo tonight (9/21). Tickets for that show are on sale now.

Bonobo DJs a Rocks Off Cruise tonight (9/21).

FIXED DJs JDH & Dave P are throwing a party at Le Bain tonight (9/21).

Tonight's (9/21) Gang Gang Dance afterparty is at Public Assembly with a MNDR DJ set. Admission is free.

Pictureplane, Creep, The Death Set, Le Sphinxx, and Heavenly Beat do late night DJ sets in Public Assembly's back room as part of the Et Cetera Festival (free after midnight).

Probably won't be that dancey, but the Modular Synth Autumn Equinox goes down at Death by Audio on Saturday (9/22).

Jonathan Toubin DJs Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday (9/22). Tickets are on sale now.

After Saturday's (9/22) Gang Gang Dance show at Cameo Gallery, the venue hosts a party with Pants Dance DJs, Mikeone, La Fitz, and guest DJs.

Mister Sunday Night with Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter goes down on Sunday (9/23) at Gowanus Grove (400 Carroll St).

If you've still got energy on Monday, head to Cameo Gallery (9/24) for the Gonjasufi show. The now Ghostly-signed Beacon has been added to that show. JimHensonInTheViceGrip is on the bill too and tickets are still available.

Not this weekend, but what better time to mention that Bok Bok, L-Vis 1990, Pictureplane, MikeQ, Slava, Rezzie, and THOMASS play a S!CK-presented show on September 29 at Moon-II in Brooklyn. Tickets for that show are on sale now.


110 Troutman

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Comments (6)

Teengirl Fantasy= special guests @285 kent

Posted by Sam | September 21, 2012 12:44 PM

Teengirl Fantasy= special guests @285 kent

Posted by Donnaerg | November 12, 2012 7:37 AM

LOL @ Sworn Enemy playing this. So washed up. Break up already. Since when were they "punk"??? Or hardcore? They divorced themselves from playing hardcore shows in 2004. Fuck them.

Posted by cn arabic | January 21, 2013 10:19 AM

I think that the Make Music New York day is a lot better then Zombie day. I dunno if New York has Zombie day or not. Zombie day if you didn't know is basically a day where people go out at night and dress up like zombies. I think it's ok to do if you are little but as you get older I would assume you'd have better things to do with your time. With Make Music New York day your able to hear awesome music and support local bands. That is way cooler then dressing up like a zombie and walking around scaring people.

Posted by les jeux | January 21, 2013 10:20 AM

dj rashad rules.

Posted by mike | July 17, 2013 4:41 PM

LOL @ Sworn Enemy playing this. So washed up. Break up already. Since when were they "punk"??? Or hardcore? They divorced themselves from playing hardcore shows in 2004. Fuck them.

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