Entries tagged with: TRUST
Having released the Lossy EP earlier this year, Maya Postepski (of Austra/TRST) will release her second album as Princess Century, titled Progress, on October 16 via Paper Bag. As on previous releases, it's deep in the world of cosmic disco, with arpeggiated synths always simmering and detours into dark alleys. If you like Giorgio Moroder's soundtrack to Midnight Express, you will probably enjoy this trip as well. Says Maya:
This record is quite personal / intimate for me. I hope you can come into it and see the lightness and playfulness, as well as the dark we all hold within. The sound is meant to communicate a great love and desire for affection with you. I want you to know me better.Get to know Princess Century better right now -- a stream of Progress premieres in this post. Check it out, and the video for "Domestic," below.
photo: Glasslands, night of Wu Lyf show, 2010 (more by Ryan Muir)
As mentioned, Glasslands will be closing out their time on Kent Ave with a New Year's Eve Party featuring four "special, secret" guests, all of whom have history with the venue. None of those guests have been revealed yet, but the night includes a one-hour open vodka bar early and a midnight champagne toast. Tickets go on sale today at 10 AM.
We asked Glasslands/Popgun's Rami Haykal and Jake Rosenthal for Top 10 lists. Rami gave us his favorite albums of 2014 (many of the artists have played Glasslands over the years); Jake gave us his 10 favorite Glasslands shows ever. You can find out who ended up their lists, below. What was your most memorable show at Glasslands?
Rami and Jake also asked us to let folks know that they are looking to collect any physical memorabilia from Glasslands, be it flyers, posters or whatever. If you have something, please get in touch at email@example.com.
PC Music's Hannah Diamond
Gorilla vs Bear posted their lists of their favorite albums (35) and songs (100) of 2014. Though the albums list does have some of the stuff you always see (like The War On Drugs), it's mostly got a lot of unique choices like Recycle Culture, Korallreven, Yumi Zouma, Beverly, Panda Bear's EP and more, and the #1 is pretty unique too. FKA twigs doesn't crack the albums list but she's on the tracks list twice, along with tracks by Tinashe, iLoveMakonnen, Jessica Pratt, Grouper, a Recyle Culture remix of Taylor Swift, and plenty of PC Music representation.
Check out his full lists below...
TR/ST @ Irving Plaza in September (more by Amanda Hatfield)
As mentioned, Glasslands is planning some cool shows for their final month. Among them is Toronto's Trust, who are now offically spelling their name TR/ST, on December 29. That show is with Klaus, SoftSpot, and a DJ set by Big Al. Tickets for that show go on sale today at 1 PM. TR/ST's last NYC visit was at Irving Plaza in September.
In addition to this and the Pains of Being Pure at Heart show on 11/24, some of the other just-announced Glasslands shows that all go on sale at 1 PM today include:
Ducktails play Glasslands on December 26 with friends Julian Lynch and Family Portrait (tickets).
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Trust @ Irving Plaza - 9/19/14
Toronto goth pop project Trust brought their tour in support of this year's Joyland back to NYC this past Friday (9/19) for their largest headlining show here yet at Irving Plaza. Robert Alfons & co. were definitely ready for the bigger space too. The place was full and they had so much of the crowd dancing to their dark synth pop tunes. We've got a set of pictures of the show, including shots of openers Crater and Glass Gang.
The 2014 Edition of Pop Montreal happens September 17 - 21 at various clubs all over the Canadian city. The initial lineup of this year's fest includes Ty Segall, Panda Bear, Trust, Twin Shadow, Why?, PS I Love You, La Luz, Ought, Shonen Knife, Suzanne Vega and more. Early Bird Passes are on sale now.
Check out the full initial list of 2014 Pop Montreal performers, plus a teaser video, below...
photos by Milos Markicevic
EMA / Trust in Chicago - 5/4/14
EMA is about to bring her tour with Downtown Boys to Brooklyn for a show at Rough Trade TONIGHT (5/9) for what will be the third and final NYC date for EMA on this run. The show is sold out, but if you didn't get tickets you still have a chance because we're giving away a few pairs. Head below for details on how to enter to win. The show starts at 9 PM with an opening set from atmospheric NY/NJ band Owel.
Earlier this month, EMA's tour crossed paths with Trust's tour for a co-headlining show in Chicago at the Empty Bottle (5/4). Downtown Boys were on that show too, as were Trust's tourmates Mozart's Sister. Pictures of all four bands from that Chicago show are in this post.
After Downtown Boys' run with EMA ends, the politically-charged, saxophone-fueled punk band will play a smaller NYC show on May 29 at Shea Stadium with a relatively likeminded bill of Nine of Swords, TV Freaks and Arm Candy.
More pictures from the Chicago show, with EMA contest details, below...
Trust @ BVSXSW 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Trust, the dark dancepop project of Toronto resident Robert Alfons, will be spending much of the spring and summer in Europe on tour. After a quiet July and August his band will return to the US to play shows on both coasts: NYC's Irving Plaza on September 19 and LA's The Fonda Theatre on September 27. Tickets for Irving Plaza go on sale today (5/9) at noon.
Trust / OFF!
Like the one the day before, the second of our three BrooklynVegan SXSW day parties happened on both stages of Red 7 on Friday (3/14). Outside, the show opened nicely with Columbus, OH indie rockers Connections, followed by intense garage rock trio The Blind Shake, whose members were all decked out in uniform with tight black zip-up jackets and shaved heads. Then came together PANGEA with more garage rock but more on the melodic/accessible side, and they were followed by the punky pop of Upset, who count ex-Vivian Girl Ali Koehler and ex-Hole drummer Patty Schemel as members. After them came a wild set from more veteran musicians in the Keith Morris-fronted hardcore supergroup OFF!, and they were followed by ex-members of Women making shouty, jammy post-punk in their new band Viet Cong. Then came more (but darker and backed by a drum machine) post-punk from Beth Israel, and finally the show wrapped up with a headlining set from Parquet Courts...
"I can't remember a better show in the last five years--maybe 10--than the one Parquet Courts put on at the Brooklyn Vegan day party. It all depends on the show, right? Sometimes you can be transformed by an arena show or knocked over by some random punk band in a shoebox. But this was seeing a band that is RIGHT NOW! They have 1.5 albums under their belt, they have no fat, they have no gimmicks, they just flat-out torched the landscape. This was it, this is what seeing live music is about, this show--THIS BAND--is why I love music so much. A jaw dropping show." [The Portland Mercury]
Parquet Courts photos by Tim Griffin
Meanwhile, inside things got off to an eccentric danceable start with Parisian band La Femme, who were part new wave, part surf rock, part ye-ye, and highly entertaining. (NYC: We're presenting their show this weekend at Glasslands.) It stayed in upbeat mode for psych rock trio The Entrance Band, but then calmed down a lot for the orchestral indie pop of Mutual Benefit. Tomas Barfod was supposed to go on next but had to cancel at the last minute, unfortunately, though once Classixx took the stage it returned to dance mode. Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys followed with a set that was partially solo, partially with accompaniment and fully entertaining, and then we got downtempo electronic pop from Jessy Lanza before inside stage closed with the gothy house pop of Toronto's Trust.
Gruff Rhys / MixRadio thing & Marshall stack
Shiner beer was on special and we gave away free Jameson, not to mention all the Veri organic soda that was on hand to keep you hydrated. We also let in 20 people each day who were taking advantage of Esurance's SXSW-wide #EsuranceAccess program.
Indiegogo was there too. Maybe they fed you a free piece of pizza?
Special thanks to all of our bands and partners and sponsors for making this party possible. Pictures from Thursday HERE. Check out more pictures from the whole day Friday below (and a second set at BV Austin)...
BrooklynVegan will be at Red 7 in Austin four days in a row this SXSW! Wednesday night is our 1-stage official showcase there. Then we take over both stages during the hours of noon-6pm each day on Thursday (3/13), Friday (3/14) and Saturday (3/15). Thursday's lineup was announced. Saturday's lineup was announced. Here is Friday!
FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014 @ RED 7 (FREE)Please RSVP, and show up early to see all the bands and to ensure you get some complimentary drinks courtesy of Jameson (while supplies last).
12:00 La Femme
12:45 The Entrance Band
01:30 Mutual Benefit
02:15 Tomas Barfod feat Nina K
03:45 Gruff Rhys (of Super Furry Animals)
04:30 Jessy Lanza
12:45 The Blind Shake
01:30 together PANGEA
02:15 Upset (ex-Hole/Vivian Girls)
03:00 OFF! (ex-lots of great bands)
03:45 Viet Cong (ex-Women)
04:35 Beth Israel
05:15 Parquet Courts
We'll also have Shiner beer specials all day long, free Veri organic soda, and free popcorn at the Marshall Headphones booth where you can pose in our photobooth and where someone will win a pair of headphones every hour on the hour!
Interesting fact: this show contains members or ex-members of the Pixies, Super Furry Animals, Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Redd Kross, Burning Brides, Rocket from the Crypt, Hot Snakes, Earthless, Women, WhoMadeWho, Hole, Best Coast, and Vivian Girls (Paz Lenchantin of the Entrance Band is currently also in the Pixies).
Again, this is one of three free BrooklynVegan day parties at Red 7 this year. Please RSVP once for entry to all three. SXSW badges are also welcome and be sure to stop by the Esurance Glove Box at the Austin Convention Center or their Fuel Lounge at 6th and Trinity to pick up an Esurance Access Pass. Then follow @esurance on Twitter to find out when and where you can hop the line for our party and others around Austin.
Kurt Vile in Austin in 2013 (more by Glen Brown)
Those additions include Sam Smith, Schoolboy Q, Little Dragon, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Kurt Vile, Mark Kozelek, Chance the Rapper, Bob Mould, Warpaint, Eagulls, Mutual Benefit, Kate Nash, Hundred Waters, Julian Lennon, Isaiah Rashad, Kevin Gates, Weekend, Perfume Genius, Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Ab-Soul, THe Fresh and Onlys, Christopher Owens, No Joy, Diane Coffee, Ital, The Pizza Underground and more. More additions are listed below.
SXSW goes down across multiple Austin venues from March 11-16 and includes tons of other previously-announced artists like A$AP Mob, Perfect Pussy, Action Bronson, Ex Hex, La Femme, and many more.
Lineup additions below...
by Bill Pearis
Trust, the nom-de-synth of Toronto artist Robert Alfons, has a new album, Joyland, out in about a month (March 4) and recently released a video for single "Rescue, Mister" which you can watch below. The song, like the whole album, puts a gothy spin on house pop, courtesy Alfons' rather sinister vocal style. If you pre-order Joyland you get an instant download of "Rescue, Mister."
He and the new line-up of the band (now a trio and minus onetime collaborator Maya Postepski) were in NYC over the weekend for a one-off gig at Glasslands (1/14). It was a late show -- the band didn't go on till after 1:30 AM, but the place was packed and bouncing till the end. For those wishing Trust would announce a full tour, you're in luck as they'll be dropping below the Canadian border in April, the first date of which is in NYC at Le Poisson Rouge on April 10. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
All tour dates are listed, along with the video, below...
Trust at MoMA PS1 in 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Toronto goth pop artist Trust (who was the duo of Robert Alfons and Austra's Maya Postepski, but now appears to just be Robert solo) has announced that he'll release the followup to debut LP TRST with a new album, Joyland, on March 4 via Arts & Crafts. He hasn't released any music from it yet, but you can watch a trailer for the album, below.
Trust has also been announcing some shows, including one in London and another in NYC happening on January 24 at Glasslands. Tickets for the NYC show are on sale now.
All currently announced dates are listed, along with the trailer, below...
Maya Postepski, who you may know as the drummer of Austra and/or one half of the duo TRUST, now has her own solo project, Princess Century, and she'll release her debut LP for that project, Lossless, on April 29 via Kennington Recordings. Her first single for the album, "Twin House," is a similar type of darkwave to Austra and TRUST, but while those projects both have pretty theatrical singers, Maya's soft voice is hidden in the mix on this track. Check out the video for the track, along with the Lossless album art and tracklist, below.
Austra at BV-SXSW 2013
Meanwhile, Austra have a new album on the way too, and they were just in Austin for SXSW to preview material from it, which they did at one of our BrooklynVegan day parties. We already posted pictures of that party in full, and two more sets of Austra pictures are in this post. More below...
The XX at T5, Aug. 2012 (more by Toby Tenenbaum)
Hot Water Music @ Bamboozle 2012 (more by Dana [distortion] Yavin)
today in NYC
* Mic The Robot @ Barbes
* Victor Calderone @ Cielo
* Ed Askew Band @ Barbes
* Holly Williams @ Joe's Pub
* The Wailers @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Big Daddy Kane @ B.B King's
* Colbert Report Writers @ UCB
* Tom Odell, St. Claire @ Pianos
* Phosphorescent @ John Varvatos
* Caro Emerald @ Le Poisson Rouge
* The Growlers @ The Kniting Factory
* Biz Markie (DJ Set) @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Trey Anastasio @ The Capitol Theatre
* Snowmine, Faye, Dalton @ Glasslands
* HNNY, Jacques Renault @ The Woods
* Hardbodies, Ice Balloons @ Union Pool
* The xx, Austra @ Hammerstein Ballroom
* The Chapin Sisters @ Pete's Candy Store
* LEESSANG, Jung In @ Best Buy Theater
* Eddi Front, Gambles @ The Slipper Room
* Urban Cone, Ski Lodge @ Mercury Lounge
* Concrete TV 20th Anniversary @ Videology
* Puss N Boots, The Tall Pines @ The Bell House
* Zula, Tony Castles, Hooney Octo, Candide @ Pianos
* Corey Smith, Joe Robinson @ Bowery Ballroom
* Lil Kids, Tron & DVD, Charlie Sima @ Legion Bar
* Eastern Phoebes, My Plastic Sun @ The Rock Shop
* Mr. Dream, Yvette, Bueno, Advaeta @ Shea Stadium
* Money & King, Maude, Vox Pop @ The Grand Victory
* Tennessee Thomas, Alix Brown @ Tribeca Grand Hotel
* Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Joe Morris @ The Stone
* William Parker, Joe Morris, Gerald Cleaver @ The Stone
* Adam's Castle, Live Footage, Chimneys @ Cameo Gallery
* Antwon, Cities Aviv, Weekend Money @ Santos Party House
* DJ Jay Mcelfresh, Former Belle, James Iris @ Pianos (Upstairs)
* Y/Y, Alien Triology, What Model Citizens, Ravenous @ Muchmore's
* Great Caesar, Sean Wood, Floodwood @ Rockwood Music Hall
* Hot Water Music, La Dispute, The Menzingers @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Cold Fronts, Eastern Midwestern, Young Rapids, Adios Ghost @ Cake Shop
* Hirsute Pursuit , Boyd Rice, Non, Cult of Youth, House of Blondes @ Europa
* Great Thunder, Heaven's Gate, The Guts, Marvin Berry and The New Sound @ Death By Audio
* Wild Yaks, Unstoppable Death Machines, Habibi, Violent Bullshit, Ken South Rock @ 285 Kent
* Eola, Gem Trails, Katrina Stonehart, Zooey (Matt of Majical Cloudz), Jerry Paper @ Silent Barn
* Bertie Blackman, Matt Duke, You Sister's Canary, Caitlin Canty @ Rockwood Music Hall
* Plastic Flowers, Psychobuildings, Bright Future, Vaudeville, Nao Katafuchi (Superfortress) @ Bowry Electric
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Foals third album, Holy Fire, is due out next month. The band recently released the video to new single "My Number" which takes your standard performance clip and spins it just a hair. You can check it out below.
TRUST just released a new single, "Heaven," with a number of remixes from the likes of Cloudland and Sir Stephen Hips. You can stream the "Heaven" single package below.
Scottish post-rockers Mogwai have scored the soundtrack to French zombie serires Les Revenants. Check out one of their creepy compositions from it below.
Toronto record label Arts & Crafts, which was co-founded by Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew, is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year and in honor of that, they're presenting the Field Trip Music & Arts Festival in Toronto on June 8 at Fort York and Garrison Common. The festival's lineup is made up entirely of Arts & Crafts-affiliated bands, including Broken Social Scene, Feist, Bloc Party, Ra Ra Riot, Trust, Cold Specks, Timber Timbre, Jason Collett, Zeus, The Darceys, Hayden, Gold & Youth, and Still Life Still. For Broken Social Scene, the show is an exclusive return from the hiatus they began after their 2011 tour. Early bird tickets go on sale Wednesday (1/16) at 10 AM EST via the festival's website, and full price tickets go on sale Friday (1/18) at 10 AM via the festival's site, ticketmaster, and Toronto retailers Rotate This and Soundscapes. VIP ticket options are available too. Kids get in for free. The festival flyer is below.
The festival happens two days before Canadian music marathon NXNE and a limited number of NXNE wristbands will also gain admission to the festival. It's nice that this time around, the BSS show won't actually be during NXNE.
In addition to the festival, Arts & Crafts will be celebrating the anniversary in other ways, including releasing the double CD/4xLP boxset, Arts & Crafts // 2003-2012, which includes a collection of hits, rarities, and b-sides from the label; and also releasing Arts & Crafts // X, "an entirely original collection of collaborative recordings by artist pairings from the Arts & Crafts roster, including new compositions and fresh, unexpected interpretations."
The label will also be presenting a photography exhibit with photographer Norman Wong, a fashion collaboration with Canadian designer Jeremy Laing, a short fiction contest inspired by Broken Socal Scene's You Forgot It In People, and a pop-up shop which will be open from late May into mid June and serve as a headquarters for AC10 and Field Trip at a TBA location, plus possibly more stuff to come.
The trailer video and flyer for Field Trip are below...
Alt-J at Glasslands, 8/7/2012 (more by Toby Tenenbaum)
Rami Haykal and Jake Rosenthal started Popgun Booking back in 2008 and in a very short amount of time became prominent tastemakers, with their homebase of Glasslands becoming one of the first stops for any new hyped band (Django Django, Savages, Palma Violets to names some recent UK ones). They also have (and in some cases still do) book shows at Cameo, Irving Plaza, Santos, Knitting Factory and more. Jake and Rami gave us a collaborative list of Popgun's favorite LPs of 2012. Check it out below.
photos by Amanda Hatfield
The Faint @ T5, 12/7/2012
Omaha dark dance veterans The Faint played all of their 2001 LP Danse Macabre at Terminal 5 on Friday (12/7), marking the half-way point for the band's East Coast leg of the US tour in support of its reissue. Opening the show were tourmates Trust and Icky Blossoms.
More pictures from Terminal 5 and the Faint set list are below.
The Faint at Webster Hall in 2009 (more by Tim Griffin)
The Faint are currently on tour celebrating the 10th anniversary of their album Danse Macabre. The party hits NYC on Friday (12/7) at Terminal 5 with Toronto's Trust and Icky Blossoms opening the show. Tickets are still available.
If you've read the site over the last week or so, you probably know we've been asking a lot of bands and artists to contribute year-end Top 10s (like Animal Collective who play Terminal 5 twice this week), and here we've got ones from both The Faint and Trust. The Faint did a collective list of favorite LPs and were only able to whittle it down to 12, including albums by Liars, Actress, Twin Shadow, Grimes (who did a list for us too) as well as both of their current tourmates. Check out the full list below.
As for Trust, main man Robert Alfons lists his 10 favorite tracks of 2012 and the top three spots all go to the same artist. Any guesses who? Don't forget that Trust will DJ late night at Glasslands on Friday (12/7) after their T5 show. Black Marble will play live and tickets are still available.
The Faint and Trust's 2012 Top 10 lists are below.
Gothy Toronto outfit Trust (mostly Robert Alfons with help from Austra drummer Maya Postepski) just released a lovely piano version of their song "Sulk" which you can watch the video of at the bottom of this post. The more dancefloor-friendly original can be found on Trust's debut album which came out back in February. You can also stream "Dressed for Space," their most recent single, below along with a few remixes of the track.
As mentioned, Trust are going on a tour with The Faint which hits Terminal 5 on December 7 and tickets are still available. Additionally, Trust will DJ at Glasslands later that same night which also features a live performance from Black Marble. Tickets for that show are only $5 and still available.
Tour dates, streams and the "Sulk" piano version video are below.
St. Lucia will headline Music Hall of Williamsburg on December 8 and tickets for that show go on sale at noon today.
Toots & the Maytals celebrate their 70th birthday at The Capitol Theatre on December 7. Tickets for that show go on sale today at noon.
Dead Kennedys (sans Jello Biafra) are playing Gramercy Theatre on February 12. Tickets for that show go on sale today at noon.
Black Marble are playing Glasslands on December 7 with a DJ set from TRUST. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
There's a listening party for Toro Y Moi's forthcoming album, Anything in Return, happening at Project Parlor in Bed-Stuy. It's from 5 - 10 PM and features an art installation from Chaz (who is Toro Y Moi) with drawings for all 13 tracks on the new LP. It's free and complimentary drinks will be served.
Tickets to see The Airborne Toxic Event at Webster Hall are on sale today at noon.
DOWNLOAD: Feist - "Graveyard" (Trust Remix) (MP3)
The Faint at Webster Hall in 2009 (more by Tim Griffin)
Omaha/Saddle Creek scene dance-punkers The Faint will reissue their 2001 LP, Danse Macabre, the work they're best known for, on October 30 via Saddle Creek. The remastered album comes with six bonus tracks, a DVD, and a 60-page booklet. The six bonus tracks include a Sonic Youth cover, a Bright Eyes cover, the song "Dust," which features Bright Eyes, a Thin White Duke remix, and Out Hud remix, and the song "Take Me To The Hospital," which you can download in exchange for your email address below. The cover art and tracklist are also below.
The band will be going on tour performing Danse Macabre in full, and will hit NYC for a show on December 7 at Terminal 5 with support from Trust and Icky Blossoms. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (8/24) at noon.
Speaking of Trust, they recently remixed fellow Canadian/Arts & Crafts labelmate Feist's track "Graveyard," off of her 2011 LP, Metals. You can download that remix above or stream it below.
A list of all dates, album info, and song streams are below...
Moogfest 2011 (more by Diana Wong)
Moogfest, which is becoming one of the most intriguing US music festivals, is returning to Asheville, NC this year on October 26 and 27. Like in past years, the festival includes some legends like Thomas Dolby and GZA performing Liquid Swords (like he is in NYC and other cities), some of our favorite newcomers like Julia Holter, Trust, and Disclosure, electronic heavy hitters like Orbital, Four Tet, Squarepusher, Richie Hawtin, Mouse on Mars, and Prefuse 73 with Teebs, in addition to a diverse list of other artists like Killer Mike, El-P, The Magnetic Fields, Explosions in the Sky, Primus, Santigold, Divine Fits, Actress, Pantha Du Prince, Bear in Heaven, and more. Tickets for this year's fest go on sale Friday (8/10) at noon. The initial lineup is listed below.
Orbital, who released their new album, Wonky, this year, which featured a track with Zola Jesus, have a few other North American dates this year (still none in NYC though).
For Divine Fits, the new band featuring Britt Daniel (Spoon), Dan Boeckner (Wolf Parade/Handsome Furs), and Sam Brown (New Bomb Turks), who recently made their live debut in Austin, Moogfest is one of the few shows they've got scheduled this year, including the Chicago show they played last night (8/5) and an upcoming NYC show.
Moogfest 2012 lineup is listed below.
After teasing folks with a few names here and there -- like Run DMC most recently -- Austin's annual Fun Fun Fun Fest (Nov 2 - 4) has revealed it's full line-up, including Public Image Ltd, De La Soul, Superchunk, Santigold, Refused, X peforming Los Angeles, and lots, lots more. 3-day passes go on sale at 10AM CST.
Full FFF Fest lineup is below.
photos by Amanda Hatfield
MoMA PS1's 2012 Warm Up series kicked off this past Saturday (7/7) with sets from Arca ft. HBA, TRUST, Nguzunguzu, Light Asylum, and Todd Terry. It was super hot and the art installations made for less shade than last year's did, but that didn't stop the crowd from dancing throughout the show. Nguzunguzu got a great reaction from the crowd and Todd Terry had the place going pretty crazy too. If you were there, what do you think?
For Light Asylum and TRUST, the MoMA PS1 show was part of a tour that the two dark duos are on together, which also came to Brooklyn for a show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Sunday (7/8).
Warm Up continues this Saturday (7/14) with Terrence Parker, D3, Ron Morelli, Jeremie Delon, and Steve Summers. Tickets for all upcoming Warm Ups are available. More pictures from this past Saturday below...