Fred Perry and Run For Cover present Something In The Way NYC Show at Webster Hall

Wednesday December 14, 2016
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th St., New York, NY
$30, get tickets HERE!
Doors 6PM, show time 7PM
16+

Fred Perry and Run For Cover present
Something In The Way 2016

Featuring

Modern Baseball
Basement
Citizen
Turnover
Nothing
mewithoutYou
Alex G
Elvis Depressedly
Teen Suicide
Nicole Dollanganger
Crying

Presented by

www.fredperry.com
fred-perry

For more info, visit
www.somethingintheway.net
www.facebook.com/somethinginthewayfestival

 

 

GOTHAM Opening Night Featuring Nora En Pure, Dischetto, and Tjani at Webster Hall

Saturday July 16, 2016
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th St., New York, NY
Get tickets HERE!
Doors 10PM
19+

Webster Hall presents
GOTHAMA new weekly breed of nightlife in NYC. A darker era of dance.
An immersive new party series that will re-inspire your love of the night.
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Introducing a party – built by New York, for New York.

It is time to Wake Up.

Listen to your instincts. Feel the City. It is speaking to you.

Welcome to GOTHAM.

It begins with a preview of Chapter 1 on July 16th with a four-story takeover headlined by rising deep & tech house star featuring

Nora En Pure

plus

Dischetto
DISCHETTO

Tjani
TJANI

Check out these articles:

Webster Hall Unveils ‘Gotham,’ The Newest Party In NYC Nightlife” ~ The Huffington Post

Meet ‘Gotham’, Webster Hall’s new house and techno party series” ~ Mixmag

DISCHETTO Secures Webster Hall Residency for New Weekly Event “Gotham” ~ Nest HQ

For more info
thisisgotham.nyc
facebook.com/thisisgothamnyc
instagram.com/thisisgothamnyc
twitter.com/thisisgothamnyc

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GOTHAM Opening Night Ft. Nora En Pure, Sally Can’t Dance Ramones Tribute, I Love The 00s with TRL and MORE!

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We are excited to tell you about the launch of a brand new weekly party at Webster Hall; built by New York, for New York. Welcome to GOTHAM, a new weekly breed of nightlife in NYC. A darker era of dance. An immersive party series that will re-inspire your love of the night. It begins with a preview of Chapter 1 this Saturday, July 16th: a four-story takeover headlined by rising deep & tech house star Nora En Pure with residents Dischetto and Tjani. Get your advance tickets HERE!

Gotham-July16

See what people are saying about GOTHAM:

Webster Hall Unveils ‘Gotham,’ The Newest Party In NYC Nightlife” ~ The Huffington Post

Meet ‘Gotham’, Webster Hall’s new house and techno party series” ~ Mixmag

DISCHETTO Secures Webster Hall Residency for New Weekly Event “Gotham” ~ Nest HQ

Check out the trailer video!
GOTHAM trailer

For weekly info, visit
thisisgotham.nyc , facebook.com/thisisgothamnyc, instagram.com/thisisgothamnyc, twitter.com/thisisgothamnyc

 

On Thursday July 21, Sally Can’t Dance party is back with a very special tribute to RAMONES – The 40th Anniversary 1976 – 2016! Many of you have been to Sally Can’t Dance and you know this is one of the best Rock n Roll parties in town, especially this upcoming edition dedicating to one of the most influential and iconic band Ramones.  The tickets are $10 advance and $15 at the door, get tickets HERE! But wait! We have a special treat for our readers! RSVP for your guest list to Sally Can’t Dance, spots are limited, first come basis!

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For the Riis Park Beach Bazaar‘s weekly program, the first Taiwanese Waves concert at Summer Stage, D Generation Album Release Show, I Love The 00’s with TRL at City Winery and MORE, please visit http://www.shawpromotion.com/events.

SHAW July

TRL video

Thank you for reading, keep NYC awesome!

Andy Shaw and the SHAW Promotion team.

Kostume Kult’s Horned Ball 2016 at Webster Hall

Saturday April 9, 2016
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th St., New York, NY
Get advance tickets HERE
Tickets Tiers: $40/ 50 (Early tier $30 sold out)
$60 at the door (if available)
Use promotion code: “Shipwrecked
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/485930291595872/
Drink Specials all night
9PM – 5AM
21+

Kostume Kult Presents
— Horned Ball 2016 —
20,000 Horns Under The Sea
Kostume Kult 4.9.16

This April, please join Kostume Kult for our largest ever horned spring bacchanal ever! Channeling Jules Verne, on April 9th we plunge into the sea with a steampunk adventure to the Lost City of Aquatis and its wild variety of sexy and strange HORNED creatures… And our Philly friends Space Pirates!

THEME:
While HORNS of any type will suffice, to play along with this year’s theme, come as steampunk explorer, horny pirate, mermaid, aquatic retro-futuristic, bizarro deep-sea, mesozoic oceania, tentacles, leviathans, krakens or anything with horns, spikes or tusks. Jules Verne wrote both ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ and ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’… We mash them together with artistic license and many questionable choices… WITH YOUR HELP!

DJs in 3 rooms on 2 floors spinning all the open water flavors:
Nauti-House, Fishy-Funk and Deepsea Bass!

** The Flying Marlin Room (Nauti-Deep-Tech-House) **
The Scumfrog
Kellam (Trifucta/Entrada/Access Underground)
Milk (Kostume Kult/ Binative)

** The DEEP NYC Sunken Ship Room (Fishy-Funk) **
David Kiss
Luka Tacon
NSR
Salinger

** The Space Pirates Room (Deepsea Bass) **
Subset (BASSment Saturdays, Study Group)
Sequoia (Mischief/Meso Creso – DC)
Captain Shaggy2K (Space Pirates/Disorient – Philly)
Elixir (Space Pirates/Disorient – Philly)
STLTZ (Space Pirates/Disorient – Philly)
KDubz (Space Pirates – Philly)

PERFORMANCES (before midnight)
Dark Cabaret Musician Aurelio Voltaire
Wild Women Of Planet Wongo
Liah Alonso
The Mating Game Returns
Aqua-Fashion Show (around 1AM)

ART/ ACTIVITIES:
Neptune’s SeaTrap
Jonah’s Esophageal Lounge
El Pulpo Fantastico
Coral Boob Reef
Bath-O!-Sphere
Seahorse Stampede
Clocks & Cog
Coelacanth Ranch
Hydrothermal Venting
Narwhale Jousting
Pin the Tail on the Leviathan
(the return of) Let Loose the BuKKraken!

Live Painting with Tico Chango
*Propose Something*

PROPOSE ART/ ACTIVITY:
http://bit.ly/HB16Artists

ABOUT:
Horned Ball is the longest running event of the Kostume Kult arts collective (Costume Cultural Society), a non-profit arts org supporting costume art, street theater and mad fun while bringing wonderful people together. Horned Ball is Kostume Kult’s first of three official Burning Man camp fundraisers also including Black & Light Ball (5.19.16) and Freakkshow (late July). With the three events vibed Geek, Chic and Freak, respectively, HB is the most fantastical where all themes are set in fantasy realms as spring bacchanalias with the animals shaking off winter slumber with itchy horns and the urge to dance! Horned Ball is a safe space where all are welcome while warning everyone to *respect boundaries* and *ask first* whenever photographing or flirting… And quickly report creeps! (We have a zero-tolerance policy).

Kostume Kult Horned Ball 2016

For more on Kostume Kult, our many events and Burning Man camp, please visit
www.kostumekult.com
www.facebook.com/groups/Kostumekult
www.twitter.com/kostumekult
www.instagram.com/kostumekult

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NYC Winter Jazzfest 2016 & Webster Hall Present Kamasi Washington & Guests

Thursday January 14, 2016
Webster Hall
125 East 11th St., New York, NY
Get tickets HERE!
Doors 6PM, show 7PM
21+

2016 NYC Winter Jazzfest & Webster Hall Present
Kamasi Washington
Kamasi 2.24.16

Featuring

Kamasi Washington
Kamasi Washington

About Kamasi Washington
At the age of 13, Kamasi Washington started a lifelong quest discovering the many wonders of music. One night, his father left his soprano saxophone lying on the piano. Kamasi, filled with curiosity for all the beauty he heard from the instrument, picked up his father’s horn. Even though he didn’t know anything about the saxophone – in fact, never even touched one – he played Wayne Shorter’s composition “Sleeping Dancer Sleep On,” his favorite song at the time.

At the prestigious Hamilton High School Music Academy, within two years, Kamasi earned the lead tenor saxophone chair in the top jazz ensemble. At the same time, Kamasi joined the Multi School Jazz Band (MSJB) where he reunited with several childhood friends who were pursuing their passion for music. During his senior year of high school, Kamasi formed his first band, “The Young Jazz Giants,” with childhood friends including Ronald Bruner, Stephen Bruner and Cameron Graves. After high school, Kamasi received a full scholarship to study ethnomusicology at UCLA, where he explored many of the non-western musical cultures around the world. During the summer after his freshman year, Kamasi recorded his first album with “The Young Jazz Giants” to spread new sounds of jazz all around the country. In his second year at UCLA, Kamasi went on his first national tour with the west coast hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg. Later that year, Kamasi joined the orchestra of one of his biggest heroes, Gerald Wilson, and later went on his first international tour with R&B legend Raphael Saadiq.

Over the years, Kamasi has performed and recorded with many of his musical heroes from various genres, including Gerald Wilson, McCoy Tyner, Freddie Hubbard, Kenny Burrell, George Duke, Lauryn Hill, Jeffrey Osborne, Mos Def, Quincy Jones, Stanley Clark, Harvey Mason and Chaka Khan. Kamasi’s own band “The Next Step” is a modern spin on a big band, which includes two drummers, two upright bass players, keyboard players, three horns players, a pianist, and a vocalist. In addition, Kamasi is part of a west coast musical collective called the “West Coast Get Down.”

Most recently, Kamasi worked on Kendrick Lamar’s acclaimed 2015 album “To Pimp A Butterfly.” On May 5th, Kamasi released his groundbreaking solo album “The Epic” on the trend-setting record label Brainfeeder. “The Epic” is a 172-minute, triple-disc masterpiece, featuring Kamasi’s ten-piece band “The Next Step” along with a full string orchestra and full choir. “The Epic” debuted #1 on several iTunes Jazz charts, including the US, Canada, Australia, Russia and UK.

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DJ Jess, Jess Marquis, Jesse Immler; RIP Old Friend.

RIP Jess

It is well known by now that New York City (and I’m sure many other cities and friends), has lost an icon who was best known as DJ Jess Marquis, making immediate rounds on social media on the morning, of Thursday, April 9, 2015.  Waking up to many texts messages and emails blowing up my phone, I shot out of bed trying to wrap my head around these “rumors” that Jess had passed and carefully figuring out who I could get real information from before my meltdown began.  Unfortunately the “rumors” had become truth and the never ending support and love for this man cried out of every app on my phone, just as it was crying out of me.  One thing was apparent from everyone’s shared memory was that Jess had such an impact on our lives, being the first friend to many in NYC or introducing us to an underground culture of weird dance parties, or giving us a lesson on what he loved so much about this city which is music.  I’d like to share my fondest memories of him, as he had such a huge impact on my life and who I am today as well.

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I met Jess in early 2000 as a roommate of my dear friend Amylu. He was Jesse and I was Andy Stylee. Jesse was new to New York and we took instant liking to each other as he was quick witted, passionate, smart, full of life and ambition. We shared many similar interests, but mainly our passion for music and our dreams of “making it” in New York as musicians. I was in a new punk band called INDK and Jesse was in a new Smiths cover band called The Salford Lads. Jesse, Amylu, and I spent many nights at their apartment in Park Slope watching TV, movies and Morrissey videos, him always made fun of how much I yelled and talked back during a show, and I often annoyed yet amazed on how long he would take in the bathroom blow drying his notoriously beautiful hair. I would give him rides around town on my 1975 Vespa and he would complain about his helmet hair. I often went to see his band, The Salford Lads, whenever possible; my favorites being the appearances at the ‘Tiswas party.

Salford Lads.
Salford Lads

I moved to San Diego California in 2001 and picked up a street promotion job and in 2003 I decided to move back to my hometown of NYC to give promotion and marketing a shot closer to my family and loved ones. I spent the first 3 months back in New York trying to kick start my new found business with very little luck, and that’s when Jesse came back into my life. One day he called me and explained to me that he started this new party called “Trash!” at the East Village dive bar, Rififi, and he would like to hire me to help promote it. I was thrilled with the opportunity and said “Thank you so much Jesse!” and he replied “No, please call me Jess, I’m rebranding myself as Jess now“. I laughed and said “well then, don’t call me Andy Stylee anymore, I will also rebrand myself to just Andy Shaw and I ‘m going to name my new company SHAW Promotion.

We Are Americana
We Are Americana

I had never done party promotion, my only background was doing some branding gigs out West on and off, and took this first job very seriously. I went to Rififi to “study” his party and although the attendance was low, the energy was high and the potential was exciting; I could see his vision and I was on board. The very next day I spent a few hours with “Jess” to brain storm promotion techniques and presented my street level approach to him; he was immediately on board as he was always a believer of grass roots promotion to reach audience as they often did back in the hay days of the ’90s. We agreed we needed to build not just a party, but a community and we were going to find those people. We would target young college kids and build a home and a family and make “Trash!” an institution where kids can come and be carefree and freak out. We designed the original Trash! flyers together, printed few thousand 4×6 postcards and some posters and I immediately went to work hitting the streets. I put my charm, heart, and soul into the party promotion and the attendance was up immediately and growing rapidly. I remember Jess and I high fiving each other, both ecstatic on the quick success of what we had built on his vision and that our strategy had somehow worked, both being so new to this. Trash! quickly became a Downtown staple and I quickly met so many awesome characters and timeless friends, including my “Chairman” Antonio, AKA Twig the Wonderkid, as well as who would become my wife and baby mama, JD Valentine.

Jess & Alex Malfunction at Rififi
Original Trash

Through my success of the Trash! party, I quickly got more party promotion opportunities with “Broadcast” at Bar 13, “‘Tiswas” at Don Hills, “Rated X” at Opaline, “Misshapes” at Luke & Leroy, and eventually with the “Motherfucker” party I was able to put SHAW Promotion on the map as a legitimate business and helped shape the landscape of NYC nightlife. I thanked Jess every day for his opportunity and trust in me and helped me build a career and I was happy to see him flourish as well, as he loved being in the spotlight and the spotlight certainly loved him.

The Original Gang
The OG

From The Salford Lads to Sadie, The Alps, We Are Americana, many different venues of Trash!, Indierotica, Broadcast, NC 17, BUST, Shaken & Stirred to Kill City, I was involved with everything Jess and he was always there for me, pulling me on board for every opportunity he got, as would I always have Jess by my side for anything important including SHAW Promotion anniversary parties, nightlife awards, birthdays, Bootie NYC parties, the list has no end.  When I was helping Cityzen.tv back in 2004 with their “SHAW on the Street” nightlife assignment, the very first person I interviewed was Jess to show my admiration and respect.  Jess was the first person I asked to attend my limited seating table at both the 2008 & 2009 Paper Magazine Nightlife Awards and we both jumped with joy and screamed together when I won both years, knowing that I was there because of him.  Years later when he made the tough decision to end Trash! at The Studio at Webster Hall, we talked for an hour rambling about the forever changing NYC party scene and what our plans for the future would be.

Paper Mag Nightlife Awards
Nightlife awards

As much as he was my friend during the night, my favorite memories of Jess are the things we did away from the clubs and bars. I helped Jess move into one of his first tiny East Village apartments and remember staying overnight a few times, exhausted after Trash!, staying up until the wee hours of the morning. We both understood the struggles between the nightlife persona and personal lives and we used to have a bi-weekly meet up at his apartment, discussing both work and life; it was there he would pay me with a stack of white envelopes, each dated for the party the payment was for. He was there for me when I went through my divorce, took me out to dinner and comforted me and Jess was there to congratulate me when I was newly engaged to the love of my life and my wedding; it is clear that he was always there for me.

Hudson Hotel Dinner
Jess dinner

The last time I spoke to Jess was just a few days ago. I recommended our Bootie NYC DJ Lobsterdust, for his Kill City party and we talked about his Shaken & Stirred burlesque party, which I was currently promoting for. We chatted about my soon to be born son to which he mentioned JD and I were “obnoxiously cute” and he was looking forward to meet him.

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I have been crying all day, shut the curtains, and stayed in bed as many others have. Everywhere I turn in my office I see something that reminds me of Jess Marquis, framed nightlife posters on my walls, flyers around the office; it is so apparent to me how much he is in my every day life, even though we don’t see each other as much these days​. I have always considered SHAW Promotion​ and  Jess/Trash! a brother and sister brand as we started our journey together. With the untimely passing of my old friend, I truly feel a part of SHAW Promotion and NYC has died with it (I remember thinking this when he ended Trash!). As I look at the thousands of social media and news postings about Jess, there is no measurement to the magnitude of impact he had on so many people, with many of the stories repeating a similar, loving story. It has also made me realize I know more than half of all the people posting, because of him.

Jess Party

Jess was a motivated person and always on the lookout for new trends. He stayed current on his skills with DJ classes at Dubspot and he was always willing to give young start up talents a chance, whether it be an aspiring DJ, burlesque dancer, band, bar tender, or just promoter such as myself; his love and support for everyone was genuine and endless. Jess’ passion for Morrissey and Michael Jackson is notorious and we shared the love of late night (or early morning) diner eating and Indian food; I always loved listening to him telling crazy stories over meals. He loved acting, dancing, photography, fashion, DJing, and had an intense love affair with everything he did.

Jess photo

Jesse was so much more than just “nightlife” for me, he was an inspiration, an icon, a loving soul, and most of all, he was a friend. I am so filled with so much sadness, it has crippled me; I’m incapacitated, and inconsolable. My heart goes out to all who knew and loved him and have many stories about how he touched their lives as well as to his family who clearly lost an amazing son. Jess, will never be forgotten, your shadow lives on in my daily life and always will. I love you and may your smiling, freaky soul rest in peace.

~ Andy Shaw, April 10th, 2015

OG Jess

Meeting Jess

Andy Jess
Jess andy

Jess Pandolfi

Jess Marlo

Jess Sarah

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Andy_Jess_Judy

Jess Halloween

Jess Jackson

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Paper Mag Trash

The last nightlife supper

Last nights Party Jess

Photos by Nicky Digital, Amylu, PinupNYC, and myself.

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House Party ft. Just Blaze, Tony Touch, Vashtie, DJ Sliink, Dirty South Joe + Jubilee at Webster Hall

Thursday, June 26
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th Street, New York, NY
10PM-4AM
Get advance tickets HERE!
RSVP HERE!
Admission is $15 for gentlemen before 11:30PM or with RSVP, $25 after
Flattops never pay.
Ladies always free!
19+

“HOUSE PARTY
Every Thursday. All Year Long.
House Party 6.26,14
“HOUSE PARTY”

4 Floors of Sound

Featuring

The Grand Ballroom

Just Blaze
Just Blaze&
DJ Soul
DJ Soul

Plus a VERY special guest..

Balcony Lounge

Electric Punanny
electric punnany
The Marlin Room
“1992″

Va$htie & Oscar
vashtie and oscar

The Studio
“The Bandits Basement”

Hosted by

DJ Sliink
Screen-Shot-2014-01-09-at-10.29.54-PM&
Dirty South Joe
sliink1

Plus special Guests

From the brain trust behind New York City’s most legendary nightclub, Webster Hall proudly presents the biggest hip-hop event NYC has ever seen – House Party. House Party transforms Webster Hall into a hub of hip-hop every Thursday from 10pm – 4am, showcasing a different style on each of the club’s 4 floors. As a tribute to the long-running Thursday “Girls Night Out” tradition at Webster Hall, women will never pay admission to House Party, and in keeping with the 90’s theme, anyone sporting a flattop hair cut will skip the line and enter free of charge.

At the helm of Webster Hall’s Grand Ballroom is marquee hip-hop vanguard Just Blaze alongside NY mainstay DJ Soul. Va$htie and Oscar curate the Marlin Room, transforming it into their infamous bash “1992”, along with a lineup of special guests weekly. Classic reggae and dancehall reign in the Balcony Lounge courtesy of Jasmine Solano and Melo-X’s “Electric Punnany” party. Brick Bandits Kingpins DJ Sliink and Dirty South Joe unleash a lethal weekly assault of club, trap and bass bangers in The Studio basement and other guests.

The massive event gathers crowds from across genres together into 4 massive dance floors. Careful weekly curation by the DJs in conjunction with Webster Hall promises a unique and ever-evolving party. “I’m excited for this party. This city feeds on constant new and evolving energy and I’m honored to spearhead a new movement in New York nightlife,” explains Just Blaze.

Building up towards the House Party launch, Va$htie explains, “House Party at Webster Hall is a preservation of NYC’s historical club culture during the city’s ever-changing landscape. All of us various entities have come together under the roof of America’s oldest nightclub to make something magical.”
House Party
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House Party ft. Just Blaze, DJ Soul, Vashtie, DJ Sliink, Electric Punanny, Dirty South Joe + guests at Webster Hall

Thursday, June 19
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th Street, New York, NY
10PM-4AM
Get advance tickets HERE!
RSVP HERE!
Admission is $15 for gentlemen before 11:30PM or with RSVP, $25 after
Flattops never pay.
Ladies always free!
19+

“HOUSE PARTY
Every Thursday. All Year Long.
House Party
“HOUSE PARTY”

4 Floors of Sound

Featuring

The Grand Ballroom

Just Blaze
Just Blaze&
DJ Soul
DJ Soul

Plus a VERY special guest..

Balcony Lounge

Electric Punanny
electric punnany
The Marlin Room
“1992″

Va$htie & Oscar
vashtie and oscar

The Studio
“The Bandits Basement”

Hosted by

DJ Sliink
Screen-Shot-2014-01-09-at-10.29.54-PM&
Dirty South Joe
sliink1

Plus special Guests

From the brain trust behind New York City’s most legendary nightclub, Webster Hall proudly presents the biggest hip-hop event NYC has ever seen – House Party. House Party transforms Webster Hall into a hub of hip-hop every Thursday from 10pm – 4am, showcasing a different style on each of the club’s 4 floors. As a tribute to the long-running Thursday “Girls Night Out” tradition at Webster Hall, women will never pay admission to House Party, and in keeping with the 90’s theme, anyone sporting a flattop hair cut will skip the line and enter free of charge.

At the helm of Webster Hall’s Grand Ballroom is marquee hip-hop vanguard Just Blaze alongside NY mainstay DJ Soul. Va$htie and Oscar curate the Marlin Room, transforming it into their infamous bash “1992”, along with a lineup of special guests weekly. Classic reggae and dancehall reign in the Balcony Lounge courtesy of Jasmine Solano and Melo-X’s “Electric Punnany” party. Brick Bandits Kingpins DJ Sliink and Dirty South Joe unleash a lethal weekly assault of club, trap and bass bangers in The Studio basement and other guests.

The massive event gathers crowds from across genres together into 4 massive dance floors. Careful weekly curation by the DJs in conjunction with Webster Hall promises a unique and ever-evolving party. “I’m excited for this party. This city feeds on constant new and evolving energy and I’m honored to spearhead a new movement in New York nightlife,” explains Just Blaze.

Building up towards the House Party launch, Va$htie explains, “House Party at Webster Hall is a preservation of NYC’s historical club culture during the city’s ever-changing landscape. All of us various entities have come together under the roof of America’s oldest nightclub to make something magical.”

HOW TO HOUSE PARTYHOW TO HOUSE PARTY

What will you be doing Thursday nights for the rest of the year?

Webster Hall
House Party

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Webster Hall Concerts presents BOYTOY, Bikini Carwash, Phases & The Black Moons at The Studio

Friday, Jun 13
The Studio at Webster Hall
125 E.11th St, New York, NY
$10. Get tickets HERE!
Doors 7:30PM, show 8PM
19+

WebsterHallConcerts.com presents
BOYTOY, Bikini Carwash, Phases & The Black Moons
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Featuring

BOYTOY  – 10:45PM
boytoy.bandcamp.com
BOYTOY
Phases – 9:30PM
soundcloud.com/everythinginphases
Phases
Bikini Carwash – 8:45PM
bikinicarwashrocks.bandcamp.com
Bikini Carwash
&
The Black Moons (Boston) – 8PM
soundcloud.com/blackmoonsband
The Black Moons
Check out Boytoy – BTR Live Studio
BOYTOY video

BOYTOY_Bikini Carwash 6.13.14
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House Party ft. Just Blaze, DJ Soul, Vashtie, DJ Sliink, Electric Punanny, Dirty South Joe + guests at Webster Hall

Thursday, June 12
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th Street, New York, NY
10PM-4AM
Get advance tickets HERE!
RSVP HERE!
Admission is $15 for gentlemen before 11:30PM or with RSVP, $25 after
Flattops never pay.
Ladies always free!
19+

“HOUSE PARTY
Every Thursday. All Year Long.
House Party
“HOUSE PARTY”

4 Floors of Sound

Featuring

The Grand Ballroom

Just Blaze
Just Blaze&
DJ Soul
DJ Soul

Plus a VERY special guest..

Balcony Lounge

Electric Punanny
electric punnany
The Marlin Room
“1992″

Va$htie & Oscar
vashtie and oscar

The Studio
“The Bandits Basement”

Hosted by

DJ Sliink
Screen-Shot-2014-01-09-at-10.29.54-PM&
Dirty South Joe
sliink1

Plus special Guests

From the brain trust behind New York City’s most legendary nightclub, Webster Hall proudly presents the biggest hip-hop event NYC has ever seen – House Party. House Party transforms Webster Hall into a hub of hip-hop every Thursday from 10pm – 4am, showcasing a different style on each of the club’s 4 floors. As a tribute to the long-running Thursday “Girls Night Out” tradition at Webster Hall, women will never pay admission to House Party, and in keeping with the 90’s theme, anyone sporting a flattop hair cut will skip the line and enter free of charge.

At the helm of Webster Hall’s Grand Ballroom is marquee hip-hop vanguard Just Blaze alongside NY mainstay DJ Soul. Va$htie and Oscar curate the Marlin Room, transforming it into their infamous bash “1992”, along with a lineup of special guests weekly. Classic reggae and dancehall reign in the Balcony Lounge courtesy of Jasmine Solano and Melo-X’s “Electric Punnany” party. Brick Bandits Kingpins DJ Sliink and Dirty South Joe unleash a lethal weekly assault of club, trap and bass bangers in The Studio basement and other guests.

The massive event gathers crowds from across genres together into 4 massive dance floors. Careful weekly curation by the DJs in conjunction with Webster Hall promises a unique and ever-evolving party. “I’m excited for this party. This city feeds on constant new and evolving energy and I’m honored to spearhead a new movement in New York nightlife,” explains Just Blaze.

Building up towards the House Party launch, Va$htie explains, “House Party at Webster Hall is a preservation of NYC’s historical club culture during the city’s ever-changing landscape. All of us various entities have come together under the roof of America’s oldest nightclub to make something magical.”

HOW TO HOUSE PARTYHOW TO HOUSE PARTY

What will you be doing Thursday nights for the rest of the year?

Webster Hall
House Party

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