57 Jay St
Brooklyn, DUMBO, New York

This Friday April 1st from 8pm to 8am

@ 3 locations in Dumbo Brooklyn:
57 Jay St. from 8pm to 2am
25 Jay St. from 11pm to 4am
Undisclosed from 2am to 8am

F train to York St. & walk towards the Manhattan skyline. $10 gets you into all three spaces all night long (pay once only). Proceeds from this event benefit the upcoming renegade street party: First Warm Night.

Map & Details.
(212) 252-2051

end of ice : part one : the thaw
8pm to 2am @ Dumba Space 57 Jay St.

Spring unfolding opening ritual: enter the center of the thaw from the trance of the bellydance to the swirls of an authentic whirling dervish. A New York combo of the baddest bands in the land featuring Global Amalgamations Amazulu Crew and Akim Funk Buddha, The Shift [dankfunk.com] drops a funky soulful house and trip-hop DJ set with live vocals, saxophone, and electronic violin, plus Subatomic Soundsystem rocks a live dub laptop and DJ set with 3 mics of MCs and vocalists, all starting with the spark-spark-explode of the Chronic Electronic Orchestra [Brooklyn Media Labs] a smokin live hi-tech soul set at 8:30pm sharp!

Plus, Springtime Industrial Fairy Fashion Show by C Spot Designs featuring handmade wearable art gear, Bora Yoon [borayoon.com] brings vocals, electronic violin, and synthetic sound symphonies, and Rhiannon [sisternyc.com / lunatarium.com] drops vocal stylings, drums, and audio FX. Hosting and comedic interludes provided by Kurt of Chunk and Chengwin infamy.

end of ice : part two : the heat
11pm to 4 am @ 25 Jay St.

DJs $mall Change & Shakey school you with future classics, rare grooves, and everything in between,
Nic Fit gets wicked with live freetekno and broken beat, DJ Tantrik of soularticmusic sends you soaring with a spacey tribal shakedown set, Arrow Chome of Biotour.org and Blackkat brings the world beat fusion, The Amazing Jordan makes it lush and lovely with funky and soulful house, and Jerome James [Hawaii] deepens the DJ rhythms with live drum kit. Plus, The Hungry March Band creates controversy with an outlaw brass halftime show with indiscrete wardrobe malfunctions.

Chew on visuals by Missy Galore, the Peripheral Media Project, Mark Read, Feedbuck, Pete 23, and Seth Tobocman. All with sound by Havoc and entrance by Steve B, Jasper and Fay and fire/ice sculpture by Josh K.

end of ice : part three : the chill
2am - 8am - at the undisclosed.

Nova Clutch w/ Hi Fi drops live dub delicacies [Casa Nova Studios], Camea [Sister NYC/ Shag] dishes the luscious and sultry latenight tech house, Sky Tucker [Record Camp] breaks your heart with ambient-electro IDM, DJ Courage [Courage Promotions] makes you move with broken beat, house, and jazzy dnb; Winkel [Lunatarium/ Casa Nova Studios] takes you back with a special classic 45 set, and Rhiannon starts trouble and
stirs the soul on live vocals. Plus, feed your head with visuals by Mojo Video Tech.

Directions to our final destination will be posted
at both 25 Jay St. and 57 Jay St. (think: cozy, private and warm...)

Added by tylix on March 31, 2005

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