Saturday, December 31
New Release and Re:Up present?
A Good Old Fashioned New Years Loft Party
Cocoa Cracker Brown
at Asterisk (258 Johnson Ave btw Bushwick and White, Brooklyn)
11p ? 11a
$20 at the door / $15 with rsvp to [email protected]
admission includes free beer for the whole night
http://www.reupmag.com for more info
New Release presents its first party at Asterisk in quite a while, welcoming 2006 with Re: Up, a plethora of dope bands and DJs, and racks upon racks of all the beer you can drink. Ringing in the New Year at the stroke are KUDU, nublu's big, dark, disco-death-diva act, who at this point can safely be considered a next-big-thing band. Boston band, Certainly, Sir, balances out KUDU?s sound perfectly, with a lighter electro-pop rooted in funky, modulated synth-bass. Langhorne Slim enters the bill out of left-field with his punky Americana that somehow inspires uncontrollable dancing. Roy Dank and Brennan Green
of Pop Your Funk also inspire the cutting of rugs, playing filthy dance music that?s best suited to a pitch black room at two in the morning while you?re very inebriated. Luckily,
they go on in the black back room of Asterisk at right about that time, and there?s free beer for the whole night. To top it off Six8, Cocoa Cracker Brown, Kenosha, and Ben Butler spin throughout the evening.
in a subway- L to Montrose. Walk one block down Bushwick to Johnson. Take a left. Look
for the red asterisk on the right.
in an automobile- Williamsburg Bridge to Queensbound BQE. Exit on Humboldt. Go
south, and make a left on Grand. Make a right on Bushwick, then a left on Johnson. Look
for the red asterisk on your right.
For further instructions:
http://www.certainly-sir.com (Certianly, Sir)
http://www.langhorneslim.com (Langhorne Slim)
http://www.newreleasenewyork.net (New Release)
Added by justinacarter on December 17, 2005