FreeNYC and Pure Fire are teaming up to put together a CD release party for DJ $mall Change's reggae-tinged mix CD, ?Sound Clash.? The party will take place at Pure Fire's staple venue, Subtonic on February 4th. Soundclash is the first mix (with proper artwork and distribution) from long time NYC/NJ crate digger/music selecter/Radio DJ, $mall Change. He's best known for his extremely funky and eclectic sets on WFMU (award winning freeform station outta NJ), plus various parties in downtown NYC clubs, loft spaces, LA, Europe and Burning Man. He owns 10s of thousands of records in every genre imaginable, and has the skills and knowledge to destroy dancefloors with them. The mix Soundclash is a musical concentration of all things Jamaican, or JA inspired. From vintage and modern dancehall to the heaviest dubs, Jamaican funk and disco covers, reggae samplin' hip hop 12 inches, classic ska sides and rare 2-Tone, vintage and modern ragga jungle, turntablist ska tracks and even dancehall singers doing opera. Musical murderation of the past, present and future. 66(!) tracks in all. Some real classics, and some real obscurities. Some real music. What a concept, eh? Open bar provided by New Castle.
Date: Wednesday, February 8th
Location: Subtonic (107 Norfolk St)
Open Bar: New Castle, 10-11
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Added by FreeNYC on February 7, 2006