File Under: hip hop, dance party, maste
r of the mix
“PROPS”, Wednesday nights at LPR’s Gallery Bar is the continuation of Rich Medina’s infamous Li’l Ricky’s R
ib Shack parties on Wednesdays at the now defunct APT (RIP). Back at APT, Akalepse would rock the upstairs space, while Rich rocked the basement. For 8+ years NYC couldn’t front…the combo was unbeatable. When it was time to move on, they chose to do it together.
Kenny Dope is one half of Masters at Work but also hugely successful in his own right as both a DJ and producer. Started DJing in the mid 1980’s with his first commercial productions available in the early 90’s. Taking influences from a wide range of styles: house, disco, funk, breaks, his varied productions mirror his eclectic listening tastes.
Crooked Disco: TRON TRIBUTE EDITION
File Under: TRON, dance party, breakbeats
Join us for Crooked Disco: Tron Tribute Edition, THIS FRIDAY! TRON will be playing all night long (ahem, the original of course)! In addition there will be costume contes
ts (with prizes), special cocktails and much more!
Nasty Mondays NYC w. special guest Michael T
File Under: rock & roll, indie
DJ’s Max and Sören have set the standard for the Barcelona playlist, starting a movement of in-club arrangements that has lasted five years and is still going strong
DJ Rekha presents the return of…
w/ DJ Rekha, Rajstar & Visuals by Fictive
File Under: bollywood, dancemusic
Bollywood Disco returns with a special XMAS edition. Expect some holiday classics plus as whatever DJ Rekha finds as she digs through her digital and actual crates, spinning a r
ange of filmi songs from retro tunes to the latest dance floor hits and everything in between.
Rajstar opens up the night and spins new tracks from his forthcoming album Rahman Noodles.
Come check out BOLLYWOOD DISCO on December 25th(for those of you not celebrating Christmas!), for more information, click here!
DJ Afrika Bambaataa
File Under: hip hop, electro-funk
During Bambaataa’s early years, he was a founding member of the Bronx River Projects-area street gang, The Savage Seven. Due to the explosive growth of the gang, it later became known as the Black Spades, and he rose to the position of Division Leader. After a life-changing visit to Africa, he changed his name to Afrika Bambaataa Aasim. Bambaataa was influenced by the depiction of the Zulu warriors attacking British troops at Rorke’s Drift in the Michael Caine film Zulu.
Join us for Afrika Bambaataa (DJ SET) on Saturday, January 1st! To purchase tickets, click here!