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The story of how one man on ecstasy starts a dance revolution.


Big big mix from multi-city cats DJ Ayres, Nick Catchdubs, and Jubilee.
Check out their new event, Flashing Lights at Public Assembly (Formerly Galapagos) in Williamsburg.

DJ Ayres + Nick Catchdubs + Jubilee = Flashing Lights mix (download)


Funky Green Dogs – Fired Up (DJ Ayres ‘Pre Dave Nada’ demo edit)
Maurice – This is Acid (Radio mix)
Salt n Pepa vs Wink – Push It Higher (DJ Ayres Crooklyn Clan mash)
Matty C – Sooo Real
Puzique – Don’t Go
Dirty South and Axwell – Open Your Heart
Paul Johnson – Feel My MF Bass
Douster – This Shit (Jim Sharp ‘This is That’ remix)
Alan Braxe – Addicted

A-Trak – Say Whoa (Boys Noize Remix)
Henrik Schwarz, Ame & Dixon – D.P.O.M.B.
Lil Bo Tweak – Dub Be Good
Roland Clark & The Montanas – Music Talking (Fred Falke Remix)
Nacho Lovers – Acid Life (DJ Eli Remix)
DJ Sega – Brighter Days
Christian Martin – Elephant Fight (Justin Martin’s Jungle Remix)

Claude Von Stroke – Blow The Whistler (Hookerz & Blow Edit)
Jesse Rose & Sinden – Me Mobile (Duckbeats Ringtone Riddim)
Hijack – Party People
Human Resource – Dominator (Hostage Ravemix)
Lil Mama – No Music (Starkey Refix)
Bassbin Twins – Woppa
Rico Tubbs – Born To Bounce
Coki – Spongebob

DFA Color Chart

This just in kids!

So yea, DFA will be in effect at the MoMA this weekend!!! go get your tickets because its almost sold out!!

dfa dance party
saturday, march 1, 2008
9:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m.

In conjunction with the exhibition Color Chart: Reinventing Color, 1950 to Today, PopRally invites you to bring the color chart to life on the dance floor with an amazing lineup of DJs from DFA Records.

Featuring DJs:
Juan Maclean
T&T (Tim Goldsworthy & Tim Sweeney)
Holy Ghost!
Justin Miller

Get tickets here. Tickets are going fast!

LYS Feb08

Qool DJ Marv
$mall change

Should be a good time 12-turn-13 is a great venue. Some Flickr photos here.

Big big big things going on this weekend. After a bit of lull in NYC music events this weekend goes off with 2 great shows. Friday night Dexplicit will be jumping the pond to play in NYC for the first time ever on the freakin’ amazing soundsystem @ Love thanks to the now world famous Trouble and Bass guys.

Saturday NYC will be invaded by Canadians Chromeo and A-trak both heavy heavy hitters for both of their respective genre’s. This will be going down at Studio B. (Honestly what other venue kicks as much ass as Studio B)

Tunage? You got it:

Dexplicit – BullaCake

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Chromeo – Tendoroni (Marcovitch RMX) via Palms Out

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Nelly Furtado – Promiscuous Girl (A-Trak Remix)

Really how could you not party this weekend.

Check below the fold for flyers for both
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This is straight from nonsense they put together a fantastic weekly event email.

Rubulad proudly presents:

The Iridescent Ball

A New Year’s Eve masquerade. With the Fisherman, the Hungry March
Band, Vic Thrill and B.A., and the Ja Ja Jahs with Benjamin Ickies
and Joe Exley. DJs: $mall Change, Pork Chop, Mike Simonetti, Tim
(Crypt Records), Alabama Mike, and Kris Anton.

In the Cabaret Room: Viva DeConcini and Mary Feaster (Paprika; Circus
Amok), Master Lee and Mr. Patrick present Talking Stick,
Jason BK, and G. Scopitronic’s Non-Stop Film Fest.

Plus: Norm Francoeur’s Light Circus, food by Vicious Delicious,
sweets by Brownie Points, Yummy Dub Pies and hot cider, and special
performances by the Modern Dance Awareness Society and Polly the
Clown. Champagne Bunny Toast at midnight. Special door prizes for the
first few hundred. This is a masquerade ball; wear a costume. We do
recommend you come early.

You can help us continue to have a Rubulad in this space by being
quiet coming and going, staying inside the space during the event and
not pissing all over the sidewalk as soon as you get around the
corner – which, incidentally, does attract the police and they will
write you a summons. The less our neighbors have to complain about,
the more fun we can have.

Rubulad Home Base
338 Flushing Avenue, between Classon and Taaffee, Brooklyn
G train to Classon, or B61 bus to Flushing
10p doors, 11p show; $20 before 11, in costume, or way late, $25
21 and over with ID please

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

The Danger presents:

New Lost City: New Years Eve

A city of glamour: Dress in your best thrift-store formal and self-
made chic. Channel the opulence of Monte Carlo by way of Bushwick.
With games of chance by Ryan O’Connor, bawdy burlesque shows
presented by Gemini and Scorpio, and dance tracks from a time before
any of us remember, spun by the Vintage DJ.

The dance floor will be live through sunrise with DJs playing
classics and deep-beats, with an intelligent techno sunrise.
Featuring the Super Family, $mall Change, DJ Kimyon, and the Amoeba
Collective with Zemi 17 and Dok.

Midnight spectacle: Akim Funk Buddha, the Lady Circus, and a cabal of
performers start your New Year with a high-flying riot of champagne,
confetti, kisses from strangers, and a touch of fire.

Party details online with RSVP
9p-morning; $30 includes champagne at midnight and open bar for the
first hour

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

Pratt Steam Whistles

Midnight blast steam whistles and calliopes operated by Conrad
Milster, chief engineer.

From Kath of the Kath and Alex in Brooklyn blog: “Every year, we
walk over to the Pratt campus in Brooklyn to watch and hear the
antique steam whistles. The engineer at the Pratt steam engine room
has a massive collection of rare old train steam whistles, and is
nice enough to invite the neighborhood to enjoy them every New Year’s
Eve for a weird and wonderful celebration. From what I understand,
the Pratt campus is one of the only steam-powered colleges remaining
in the country (come visit us and we’ll try to take you on the steam
engine room tour). The New Year’s Eve celebration consists of about
20 steam whistles of various sizes, powered by the Pratt steam engine
room, and the general public is invited to come pull the cords to
blow the whistles. It really is amazing … and heart-stoppingly
*loud.* I mean, you almost throw up it’s so loud.

Pratt Institute, Newman Mall
Willoughby and Grand Avenues, Brooklyn
Midnight; $free
718 636 3600.

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

Winkel and Balktick present:

A Good Olde Fashioned Future

Professor Winkel and Count Balktick have been toiling away in their
secret laboratory for the past 11 months, perfecting a time machine
capable of transporting its users to fantastic and fanciful realms
where past and future collide in spectacular chronological alchemy.

Your presence is requested as they unveil their creation on New
Year’s Eve. The time machine will be set in motion at midnight.
Dinner and breakfast will be served. Please attend in costume!
(Victorian chimney sweep, Abraham Lincoln, medieval wench, 1930s
robot, Marty McFly, spaceman, HAL, pharoah, sheik, hyperevolved
humanoids, Mad Max, etc.)

Music: olde-timey boxcar hobo anthems by Shanimal and the Cardiac
Arrest, lunar lounge orchestra with the experimental instruments of
Isac Zal, ribald tales of time travel debauchery by Jessica Delfino,
time warp soul rock by Tommy Mokas and Jenda Wight, stagecoach and
bandit sing-a-long with Mickey Western and Tom Beale. Plus future
primitive DJ sounds by D_Juice, Arrow Chrome, Ben Jammin’, Reza, and
Zemi 17.

Activities: fanciful face painting by Kostume Kult, epic jousting
tournament with Gnome Camp, Timeless massage by Spatch, ManPeg Video
motion machine by Jason Weston, Iain Melvin, and Sandra Cordero, Meet
A Time Traveller video conference uplink with a party in Boston,
antique video game lounge, 3D Stereoscopic photo booth by Winkel,
scandalous den of tobacco delights by Hookah Mike, and marvelous
morsels by Meki and Lola.

Art: installations and decor by David Bengali, Hali Vik, Gemini and
Scoprio, and Dave Schor; inflatables by Anakin Koenig; olfactory
immersion by ethnobotanist Nat B.; zeppelin by Remus Pop;
screenprinting of the ages by Peripheral Media Projects.

Performance: House of Yes, Sparkwerks2000, Wheylan. Dinner and
breakfast served. Open bar 10-11 and 3-3:30, plus champagne toast at
midnight. Please attend in time travel attire. Bottles of bubbly for
the best costumes. Three spaces in a gorgeous private loft in Long
Island City with breathtaking views of the city and sunrise.

37-06 36th Street, Long Island City, Queens
G,R,V to 36th Street station, N,W to 39th Avenue station
10p-noon; $20-35

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

10th Annual New Year’s Eve Party Ride

Start the year off right: on your bike or skates. Come celebrate New
Year’s Eve in the great outdoors with music, dancing, fireworks, and
great merriment. We’ll be riding up to Belvedere Castle for the best
(and free) New Year’s Eve dance party in town. Dress festive, and
don’t forget your noisemakers and party favors. Bring food and drink
to share.

Other meetup points:
Queens: Court House Square at 45th Road and 23rd Street (near 7
train), 9p
Brooklyn: Williamsburg Bridge, Brooklyn side, 10p

Washington Square Park, under the arch
5th Avenue and 8th Street, Manhattan
10:30p; $free

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

The Bells of Trinity Church

Forget the crowds and the noise of Times Square, and ring in the New
Year with Trinity Church at their New Year’s Eve Bell Ringing. Deemed
one of New York’s greatest 19th-century traditions, the ringing of
the bells at Trinity Church was how New Yorkers used to celebrate the
New Year until 1904, when the tradition moved uptown.

Trinity Church
74 Trinity Place, Manhattan
11:30p–12:30a; $free

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

New Year’s Eve at Glasslands

Presented by New York Night Train. With the Stalkers, Puddin Tang,
Electric Shadows, Sorceress, and guests. DJs Jonathan Toubin and Josh
Styles of Smashed Blocked.

The Glasslands Gallery
289 Kent Avenue, between South 1st and South 2nd streets,
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
8p bands, midnight dancing; $10

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

New Year’s Eve at Galapagos

Two rooms. Two parties. In the front room: Brooklyn Burlesque-O-
Teque, a fabulous, glamtastic, all-star burlesque, champagne soaked,
rock and roll discotèque New Year’s Eve for the ages.

Ring in the New Year at Galapagos Art Space, the only Premiere New
Year’s Eve Party in Brooklyn bringing you hours of entertainment all
the way until dawn. With a champagne toast at midnight and late night
DJ til the sun comes up. Out with the clothed year in with the nude
year. Starring: Trixie Little and the Evil Hate Monkey, Dr. Lukki,
Little Brooklyn, Darlinda Just Darlinda, Nasty Canasta, Jonnie
Porkpie, go-go dancers, and a late night set starring Miss Saturn.
Plus DJ Boyracer spins rawk, electro, glam, disco, indie, and party
jams all night and morning long. Featuring a 24-hour liquor license.

Back room: The Bunker presents Blood and Thunder II, 18 hours of
mayhem. Featuring some of the world’s best DJs, from Berlin to NYC,
spinning techno, house, dance, and electronic music. With Lee Curtis,
Derek Plaslaiko, Dennis Rogers, Spinoza, Laimur Ngha, and Naudio.

70 North 6th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
8p-dawn front room, 10p-4p back room; $30 before midnight front room,
$25 after midnight front room, $20 back room

NOTE: This is one of the only bar parties with cover that we list on
New Year’s. We’ve never actually been — we’re usually working — but
people always tell us that it’s a good, consistent night, well booked
and low on the index of hassle and drama. It’s not super cheap (both
parties should share the same cover), but it’s also not the kind of
highway robbery that goes on in most of the legal venues in town.

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

A New Year’s Eve House Party for Maniacs and Lovers

New Years Eve, what are you going to do? Are you going to the bar?
Really? That bar? $40 for what? Well then. Your girlfriend will be
mad and your father will disown you because you knew but you didn’t
tell them about New Years Eve 08 at the Church, a New Years Eve House
Party for Maniacs and Lovers.

Look for the white gate between two steeples — that is where you
will hear sounds of new goddamn bliss emanating. Yes, the space was
once truly a Church as you will see from the structure, obscure snake
handling Christians once did their hoodoo in there. Now it’s a home
of madness and Visigoths.

Admission is cheap and gains you entry to the gates of Hedon, with a
complementary glass of champagne, as in real champagne that comes
from Champagne, France. And of course other libations will be on
hand, you silly. And there will be live rock and roll bands: Judith
Light, Discovery, Madam Robot and the Lust Brigade, and Your 33 Black
Angels. There will also be four turntables of reckless breakless
beats grooves and assorted sonic lightening and very very special
guests DJs from across the sea that will take this thing into the
very wee hours of the rest of your life. Dance with a hot stranger.
Marvel at the freaky projections, dig on the sinewy lines of ink and
paint and the grotesque masks that adorn the walls. Shake off every
bad thing you thought you had in this year and get clean getting dirty.

Chapel of Rock and Roll
142 Manhattan Avenue, between Montrose and Meserole, Brooklyn
L train to Montrose station
?p; $8

NOTE: We don’t know anything about these folks — although we like
that Black Angels band — but we’d be mighty tempted to check it out.
It’s got to be the leading contender of the ultracheap New Year’s

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

Turntables on the Hudson

Our 10th Annual New Year’s Eve Ritual continues. As always, we’re
keeping it special, so please join us. With DJs Nickodemus, Mariano,
Sabo and Tito Roc. With Nappy G and Christian Rogers on percussion.

The Brooklyn Lyceum
227 4th Avenue, between Union and President streets, Brooklyn
8-10p for families with kids, 10p-morning for the party people; $20
advance, $30 [at] door.

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

The End of Prohibition New Year’s Eve

Circa 1933. Put a feather in your fedora for this swinging fete,
equipped with a dropping ball, old jazz standards. No cover,
Depression-era prices.

Stain Bar
766 Grand Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
8p; $free

***** Also on NEW YEAR’S EVE *****

Studio B’s New Years Eve Celebration!

Featuring: Slick Rick The Ruler and a DJ sets by Moby and Frankie Bones.
Plus: Kudu (live), Holy Ghost!, Jacques Renault, The Bangers, Eamon Harkin

In The Chandelier Room:
King Stampede & Boundless NY Present: “If It Ain’t Rough It Ain’t Right!”
Tesley Snipes & Yours Truly
DJs: Teddy King, Pete Leonard w/ special guests

8pm – 8am– We’ll serve booze till 8am!
A few $20 tickets remain available here. When their gone, all remaining advance sales will be $25. Don’t wait! This event is sure to sell out! $10 entry from 4am-8am


Get your rave on this saturday at Studio B for quite the party with DJ Craze, The Rub, DB, Nigel Richards and many others.

Should be a great time!

Palms out Nov Party

Should be a banger of a night RSVP great preclude to quite a killer party tomorrow night


Should be quite a banger. Spending all week getting the loft into shape. Check out the Myspace and mixes from all these DJs.

Seraphim Myspace

Jon[S] Myspace

Miss World Myspace
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If your planning on making it out please please please RSVP so I can get you the address in time. RSVP

Its not often that a toilet manufacturer takes a real risk with there advertising dollars, but when they do. Why not go big right? Check out this commercial. Reminds me the Meatpacking district, but cleaner.