Exacta & The Little Yellow Dance Machine at Sullivan Room every Monday 11pm-4am.
*History of The Little Yellow Dance Machine*
The Little Yellow Dance Machine is believed to date back over 3000 years to the Sahara Desert. Archaeologist Grahm Telouisse discovered this buried treasure in 1693.
There are many legends about this machine that we are first discovering today from art and scientific discoveries in the surrounding area. No one knows how such a machine dates back so many years, but experts agree it's primary function was for the ritual of dance. Some believe it was the work of aliens or ancient gods who used this device as we would today as a record or cd player.
Passed on from one civilization to the next the only constant found is that only one person can use it at a time leaving that particular person with the arduous task of entertaining a culture. It was used during the Renaissance period to hold music sheets of cloth and iin 1917 an English sound pioneer, Edward Danville was able to replace the sun damaged surface to bring the Little Yellow Dance Machine back to life. From 1921 to 1968 the machine was lost and turned up once again in a pawn shop in New York City on August 10th 1969. Since that time there have been 11 failed attempts to salvage the ancient dance machine which gets its name from the yellow color it developed from it's long duration in the hot desert sun. The machine was sent to scientists in Japan in 1997 and since then they have been working on restoring the machine for it's original purpose of dance and celebration.
In 2008 Philanthropist Keniro Hakasami returned with the Little Yellow Dance Machine to New York City in search of a fitting person who could operate and control this incredible timeless piece. Mr. Hakasami has discovered through an ancient algorithm that Exacta (a New York born electronic music artist) is the next inline to bring the machine back to life. On September 14, 2009, Exacta will begin to use this mystical relic to bring the spirit back to the club world and to music lovers around the planet.
Join us on Monday September 14th, 2009, at Sullivan Room to be a part of history as the 3000 year old journey comes to life with the rebirth of "The Little Yellow Dance Machine."
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