Posted in dance | hiphop | music | tour dates on July 28, 2014

photos by Mimi Hong

Cashmere Cat / crowd / Skepta, Jammers Back & friends
Cashmere Cat
Cashmere Cat
Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Warm Up at MoMA PS1 continued this past Saturday (7/26) with another hot day of electronic music (and more) under the sun in the venue's outdoor courtyard. Suicideyear opened (who we missed), then it was Lit City Trax DJ UNiiQU3 who's been playing NYC a lot lately (also recently with Evian Christ and during RBMA). Rapper GoldLink (who's also been on other notable electronic bills lately, like with Purity Ring's Corin Roddick and with Flume) followed with a live set, and then it was Fade to Mind's Total Freedom who was joined by a surprise appearance by veteran grime MCs Skepta and Jammers Back, and other friends, including Warm Up vet Dev Hynes (who's collaborated with Skepta). Finally, dance producer Cashmere Cat wrapped up the day with the crowd going as wild for him as you'd expect.

More pictures of the day, below...

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UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

UNiiQU3

GoldLink

Goldlink

Goldlink

Goldlink

Goldlink

Goldlink

Total Freedom

Total Freedom

Total Freedom

Total Freedom

Total Freedom

... with Dev Hynes, Skepta, Jammers Back & friends

Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Skepta, Jammers Back + Friends

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

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Comments (5)

This was a fucking mess. I blame the bros and everyone under 21.

Posted by Anonymous | July 28, 2014 9:42 AM

dude looks like Tupac, third pic down in the header

Posted by Anonymous | July 28, 2014 9:51 AM

No matter how much you age you can still show something. That is music all about.

Posted by Connie Sellecca | July 28, 2014 10:41 AM

Cashmere's biggest hit is that remix of Miguel " Do you like drugs?" You weren't going to a classy ball.

Posted by Anonymous | July 28, 2014 1:40 PM

these were turning into a bro fest years ago and used to have some more experimental acts in the mix

Posted by Anonymous | July 28, 2014 5:32 PM

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