Entries tagged with: Jess Marquis
DJ and Fools Gold label exec A-Trak released his Tuna Melt EP back in December and has just recently followed that up with a companion EP of remixes. That's the cover art above and you can stream the Grandtheft Remix of "Tuna Melt" below. He'll also be playing some shows this month, including a 4/20 NYC show at Webster Hall with Oliver, Jason Taylor, Mike Church, and Jess Marquis. Tickets are on sale now. Alternatively, Amon Tobin DJs at LPR that same night.
A-Trak will be back in NYC in May for the Red Bull Music Academy, as part of the Culture Clash event at Roseland Ballroom on May 9. It's a four-way DJ crew battle and as part of Fool's Gold, they'll be up against Gold Federation Sound, Just Blaze & Young Guru, and Que Bajo?! Tickets to that are still available too. All A-Trak dates are below.
Little Boots at Webster Hall - 12/14/12 (via)
Little Boots came to NYC for a Girls & Boys party at Webster Hall last month/year (pictured above) and
she'll return to the venue on January 25 for another Girls & Boys party but this one is a tribute to Daft Punk and Tron-themed party. It takes place in all there rooms of Webster Hall that feature Doorly, Sean Sharp, Jess Marquis, Matty Glitterati, and more. Doors are at 10PM and admission is 19+. Tickets (including VIP and party packages) are on sale now. Show flyer below.
UPDATE: Webster Hall's website had Little Boots on the event page for the Daft Punk tribute party, but it was a mistake. She's currently on vacation. Come back soon, Little Boots!
Speaking of Daft Punk, Chic member and major pop producer Nile Rodgers, who is working with the duo on their new album, recently posted a blog post which sounds pretty promising that Daft Punk will have their new album out in 2013 (via NME):
The next time I set foot in Japan, my collaboration with Daft Punk would have started to hit people's eardrums, as well as a number of songs I'm working on over the next few months with a select group of artists, and of course finally, my lost CHIC and solo material. No matter how it ends, 2013 Won't Be Boring!Bestival organizer Rob da Bank says not to expect them to tour though.
Flyer for the Daft Punk party below...