"I know, you know, you believe in a land of love!
I know, you know, we believe in a land of love!"
Lindbergh Palace & Dan Mullins launch their own night at Williamsburg's Cameo Gallery spotlighting their record collections and personal influences.
93 N. 6th Street
(enter through the Lovin' Cup)
? Bedford Ave
DJ’s Lindbergh Palace
FRIDAY, August 5th 11:30
(after VHS Or Beta Show)
Bringing their Madchester-meets-indie pop flavor to Brooklyn's trendiest neighborhoods, Perfect Kiss features a cadre of djs, fashionistas, artists, industry folk and party enthusiasts looking for an unpretentious, no frill experience. Taking an ode from the UK's free-wielding parties of yesteryear, Perfect Kiss will take a bird's eye look at the world of pop, dance and alternative music. If one enjoys a piece of music enough, they will certainly find a way to dance to it. With that philosophy in mind, all music is dance music. From the swinging bodies up in the Harlem lofts during the 1920s to the exodus of people shuffling across the Brooklyn bridge during the 1970s- from the present day folks jackin' their bodies to the breakers, shoe-gazers, ravers and lofters of the later 20th century, music has the power to move one's body and emotions.
Depeche Mode • The Police • Pet Shop Boys • New Order • The Smiths • U2 • Delano Smith • The Rolling Stones • Robyn • Mute • Blondie • David Bowie • Michael Jackson • The Clash • Stevie Wonder • Trevor Horn • DJ Sprinkles • Stuart Price • Madonna • Giorgio Moroder • Factory Records • Prince • LCD Sound System • Florence & The Machine • Cut Copy • Robyn • M83 • Marina And The Diamonds • Fred Falke • DFA ...
"…you know, around 1984 -1992 when life was FANTASTIC and all we cared about was what club we were going to, what “things” we needed to stay up, alert and fierce at said club, when that choice new track or album was coming out, how asymmetrical and done our quaff was and what outfit would best express (and reflect) who were at that specific time."
- Craig Roseberry (DJ Shifty Kid/Shifty Music/Kid Recordings)
photo by Emir Eralp