20 Meadow St
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"MUTUAL DREAMING, When Two or More People Share the Same Dream"
This is part 2 of a conceptual all night dance party - lit dreamily by projectors & candles. Shea is an awesome DIY loft space near the Grand St. L train, with a great soundsystem, an outdoor balcony & a bar. All the bands use analog synthesizers and drum machines.
Leading a movement in DC and DJing all over Europe with Theo Parrish and other heavyweights, these two vibemasters play the craziest records and make the grooviest tunes. As producers they've put out two releases on Andrew (AKA Maxmillion Dunbar)'s own Future Times label. As DJs, they ride the good feeling with rare boogie/funk/house/cosmic dance music. Rare appearance in NYC, not to be missed.
Ron Morelli is a straight up New Yorker with freaky taste that always kills it on the floor. His record label, (Long Island Electrical Systems - L.I.E.S) already has a cult following for its two releases from Two Dogs in a House (raw old school house by Ron himself & Jason Letkiewicz AKA Steve Summers), and demented Daft Punky filter-house from Malvoeaux (another alias of Jason L). Check this description of Ron:
Known at first for being the synthesizer half of the Goblin-esque krauty band ZOMBI, Steve Moore since has a ton of great new solo releases under his belt. He also has a project with Sunn O))) member Daniel O'Sullivan called Miracle. He uses Arp synths and modular systems, sometimes playing two at a time with arms spread across the setup :) The party is to celebrate his new release on Ron's label, L.I.E.S., called "Zero-Point Field," which has gotten lots of love from Alteredzones, the Fader and more.
Jason Letkiewicz has appeared on 7 records in the last year under different aliases. He has a soundtrack project called Alan Hurst for which he scored Vice's film, 'Nzambi.' He has a boogie-funk moniker Rhythm Based Lovers, coked out dancy Malvoeaux, he's half of hypnagogic synthwave duo Innergaze, half of 2 Dogs in a House (with Ron Morelli), and the list goes on. 'Steve Summers' is sleazy, raw, jacking acid house in the 80s Chicago tradition, played live on analog synthesizers and a 707. He has 3 great 12"s from this project on Clone and Echovolt Records. Past shows have had everyone dancing like crazy.
Protect-U are one of the most innovative bands in DC right now, and theyre coming up to bring it with their psychedelic, almost tropical dance tunes. Mike Petillo is co-owner of the Future Times record label, and he and Aaron Leitko bring out tons of sick analog gear- expect shimmering synths and tribal 707 patterns. They have a dope 12" out on Future Times that you should definitely check out, and an interview below.
Aurora is a video artist/VJ/musician, and creator of Beautiful Swimmers' music videos 'O Yea' and 'Big Coast.'
SPACE IS A PLACE...
Bands start at 9 - DJs til 4AM.
$10, Cheap bar
Curated by Aurora Halal
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