Entries tagged with: Scuba
photo: 50 Kent, 2014 (more by PSquared)
Williamsburg's 50 Kent is seeing some film fun this summer, in addition to concerts, with Nitehawk Cinema's third annual free outdoor screening series starting in July. Nitehawk is teaming with BuzzFeed to present two FREE films under the stars: Billy Madison on July 7 and Mallrats on August 4, both special 20th anniversary screenings.
Stars Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes will be doing a Q&A ahead of the Mallrats screening (8/4). Doors are at 5 PM and the movies begin at dusk. Again those screenings are free.
Also, Nitehawk's 2015 Shorts Festival is coming up! The five-day event highlighting the short film work of local artists and filmmakers will run November 11 - November 15, with special brunches, parties and Signature Series programming. Submissions for the festival are open now, and will continue through August 24. Tickets are on sale.
This week's Northside Festival 2015 is in full swing and will host big shows all weekend: Neko Case, Rhye, and Majical Cloudz on Friday, June 12 (tickets); Best Coast, Built To Spill, Alvvays and Bully on Saturday, June 13 (tickets); and Run The Jewels, Sleigh Bells, and Vince Staples on Sunday, June 14 (tickets).
After Northside is over, Verboten StageONE will present three, all-day dance-oriented shows: Sasha, SCUBA, Guti, Agoria, Kate Simko, Brad Miller and Joris Voorn on July 3 (tickets); Jamie xx, Maya Jane Coles, andhim, Matador, Nastia and Bedouin on August 23 (tickets); and Carl Craig, Audion (aka Matthew Dear), Magda, Gaiser, Floorplan and Moodymann on September 19 (tickets). You can also buy a $200 combo ticket that gets you into all three.
Also in July: Common, Lion Babe, Mobb Deep, Charles Hamilton, Pitch Black Brass Band, Skyzoo, Rob Swift, Torae and Ralph "Uncle Ralph" McDaniels will play The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival on Saturday, July 17 (tickets); and the The Greatest Day Ever, featuring Travis Scott, Trippy Turtle and more, happens on Saturday, July 18 (tickets).
!!! aboard the SS Coachella 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
hey everybody, just announcing some dates of what we call our "punk dog tours." this means we play some smaller clubs and test out all the new songs. these often feature flashes of brilliance, moments of genius, jaw dropping profundity and total and complete utter bullshit. u can help us make a great next album by showing up and dancing to the parts u find profound and checking your phone during the utter bullshit moments.Chk Chk Chk's "punk dog tour" kicks off in NYC at Glasslands on July 11. Eaters open and tickets are on sale now. Right after that they play the Hudson Music Project festival (tickets). All dates are listed below.
that's how we know. generally all the songs you've come to know and love by us have been tested out on the road before, so this is a chance to get a preview of the songs that are hopefully headed to the tops of your most played lists of the future. i definitely remember the baffled looks on faces when we first tested out hits like giuliani, and well, do we have other hits? whatever the case, we've been working hard on these and we're excited to test them out.
In other news, !!! recently made a mix for Thump. Says the band "this is what we've been listening to a lot lately, so who knows, maybe the new record will even sound a bit like this." You can stream that, and check out its tracklist, below...
Bonobo sold out Terminal 5 in 2013 (more by Adela Laconte)
The mostly-EDM electronic music festival Electric Zoo (not to be confused with Electric Daisy Carnival which just happened) announced the initial lineup earlier this month, and have now announced a ton more artists who are playing their Labor Day weekend NYC festival on Randall's Island (tip: avoid at all costs). Check out who they announced, by day and stage, below.
New on the lineup is DJ set by Bonobo whose growing tour also includes Glastonbury, The Hudson Project fest, a DJ set tour with FaltyDL, and a headlining live show at Central Park Summerstage on July 13 (free). All dates are listed below.
His set at E Zoo is at the least unbearable stage announced so far, the Riverside stage on Friday (8/29) which also includes Gesaffelstein (DJ), Jamie xx, Gorgon City, Tensnake and more.
The Summerstage show is with Bonobo's July tourmate Odesza, as well as Cibo Matto who will play Warm Up at MoMA PS1 one day earlier. Those are Cibo Matto's only two U.S. shows at the moment. They recently played in Brooklyn Bridge Park. All of their international dates are listed below.
Last we talked about FaltyDL, we had a preview of a new track off a new album. It was only a clip and not great quality though. That full song and album details have since been released, and you can listen to that song with those details below.
All dates, the FaltyDL song, the Electric Zoo lineup and more, below...
by Andrew Sacher
DC producer Lindsay Lowend, a member of Kastle's Symbols label, was one of the many electronic artists announced for Lollapalooza this week. Whether or not you had plans to attend that festival though, you can catch him in NYC TONIGHT (3/28) at new-ish club Slake (251 W 31 St, formerly Rebel). Joining him at that show is UK house/garage/pop producer Shift K3Y and Cameron Kush. Tickets for that show are on sale now. Lindsay Lowend recently released the Wind Fish EP and remixed Anamanguchi's "Prom Night." Stream those, with Shift K3Y's recent track "Touch," below.
Speaking of UK house/garage/pop, London duo Gorgon City operate in that realm as well. They're planning on releasing their debut album on Virgin / EMI this year, but ahead of that they put out the single "Ready For Your Love" with vocals from Duke Dumont/Rudimental collaborator MNEK. You can check out the video for that below. (You also may remember they produced a recent Klaxons single.) They hit NYC's Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday (3/29) with Kidnap Kid and Jonas Rathsman. Tickets are available.
Rhode Island IDM wizard The Range is also at Glasslands on Saturday.
Other dance stuff is coming up in NYC later in the year too. Detroit house producer Omar-S, still playing shows behind last year's impressive Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself, returns to NYC to hit Glasslands on April 19 with Jay Simon and Steve Summers. Tickets are on sale.
UK IDM master James Holden, still going strong off last year's excellent The Inheritors, plays a Bunker party at Output on April 26 with Bryan Kasenic, Timothy J Fairplay and Mike Servito. Tix available.
Another UK producer Clark brings his new Phosphor live show to NYC on May 2 at Glasslands with great local support from Octo Octa and Ital. Tickets for that show are on sale now. Check out the Phosphor trailer below and stay tuned for more dates.
London's Mighty Mouse, who we last spoke about when his duo with Van She's Matt Van Schie Du Tonc made their NYC debut, plays a solo set at Slake on May 3 with Lane 8 and Alex English. Tickets are on sale.
Dutch dubstepper Martyn returns to NYC on April 3 at Output for the venue's weekly INPUT party with Leon Vynehall and Matrixxman. Tickets, including access to Bloody Mary and Carlos Alkalina in the venue's Panther Room, are available.
UK duo Psychemagik and NYC/Paris musician Joakim will team up for a FIXED party at Le Poisson Rouge on May 15 which doubles as Joakim's Tropics of Love album release party. FIXED regulars JDH & Dave P are on the bill, and tickets are on sale now.
Less than two weeks later, FIXED throws another party at Cameo on 5/23 with Benoit & Sergio and JDH. You can get tix for that as well.
Previously announced dance options in NYC include The Orb w/ Blondes, Actress, Tycho, Shlohmo, Cajmere, Kastle, Jacques Greene, Duke Dumont, Rone, Odesza, Flume, RL Grime, Hudson Mohawke at Webster Hall (5/28) as part of Red Bull Music Academy (tickets), and more.
Of course those are just a few of the upcoming dance options in NYC. What else?
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2014 - April 11-13, April 18-20
Read the full lineup below...
DOWNLOAD: Bondax - "Giving It All" (MP3)
Modeselektor at Coachella 2012 (more by David Andrako)
As mentioned, NYC electronic festival Electric Zoo is returning to the recently restored (after Governors Ball damage) Randall's Island from August 30 to September 1. Though much of the lineup is stuff you probably want to stay away from (like Benny Benassi, Tiesto, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, etc), there's also a handful of people worth seeing, including Four Tet, Moderat, Bondax, A-Trak, Diplo, Baauer, AraabMuzik, Skream, Cyril Hahn, RL Grime, Just Blaze, Joy Orbison, and Scuba. Tickets (3-day passes and single day passes) are on sale now. Full lineup at the festival's site.
There have also been a number of official afterparties announced. There's one at Williamsburg's new danceclub hot spot Output each night of the fest. The two biggest standouts are Modeselektor and Rudimental DJing Best Buy Theater on August 31 with Delta Heavy (tickets), and Chicago house vet Cajmere (who also plays Warm Up that weekend) at Cielo on August 30 (tickets).
Moderat (aka Modeselektor and Apparat) finally released their second album, Moderat II, this month, and you can stream the whole thing via a Spotify widget below.
For UK duo Bondax, Electric Zoo and Chicago's North Coast Festival (which a bunch of other Electric Zoo artists also play) are their only two North American gigs at the moment, after they recently cancelled their appearances at Warm Up and Camp Bisco, which they would have played in July. Check out their recent single, "Giving It All," below, or download it above.
The PMR-signed Cyril Hahn will also return to NYC when his tour with Ryan Hemsworth hits 88 Palace on October 5.
Song streams below...
by Andrew Sacher
Francois K.'s weekly dance party, Deep Space, which takes place Mondays at Cielo (18 Little West 12th St.) is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, and to celebrate, he's throwing an anniversary party on March 18 with Hotflush label head Scuba. Tickets for that party are on sale now. The party is part of Scuba's upcoming international tour, which begins in Italy this Friday (3/8). All dates on that tour are listed, along with a Spotify stream of Scuba's strong bass-heavy 2012 album, Personality, below.
Other upcoming Deep Space parties this month include tonight's (3/4) with Infinity, followed by Francois K DJing all night on March 11, and one with Dub Gabriel on March 25. There's also a few other parties already announced for upcoming months, including V.I.V.E.K. on April 22, and the previously mentioned Giorgio Moroder DJ set (his first in NYC ever) on May 20 as part of the Red Bull Music Academy series. Tickets for all upcoming Deep Space shows are on sale. The flyer for the anniversary party and a general flyer for the upcoming schedule are below.
In related news, the same day Scuba plays Deep Space (March 18), his label, Hotflush, is releasing the new single by George FitzGerald, "Thinking of You," which you can stream below.
All Scuba dates are listed, along with all song streams and show flyers, below...
Jeff of Passion Pit in Austin in September (more by Tim Griffin)
Passion Pit do a great job of combining pop songwriting and forward-thinking electronic music trends, so when we reached out to their members for a list of their favorite albums of the year, it makes sense that the list has a pretty even split of both of things. The list comes from bassist Jeff Apruzzese and includes the knob-turning greatness of Todd Terje, Disclosure, TNGHT, Scuba, and more, combined with the pop sensibilities of Alt-J, Tame Impala, Alabama Shakes, and more. You can check out Jeff's whole list below.
A list of all Passion Pit dates and Jeff's 2012 Top 10 are below.