Nublu 151





Record release party

special guest:





a jam session

of music and dance


Revive Presents

Big Yuki’s  Album Release Party

''Reachin for Chiron''


Justin Brown’s Nyeusi


10pm - The Nth Power 

(Nikki Glaspie, Nate Edgar, & Nick Cassarino)

Animus Rexx

Dj Raydar Ellis



8pm - The R&B Experience

Tyrik Ballard & Eli Grooves

Special guests:

K-So, Th3Saga, Lauren 'LA' Ashley

Ticket (Eventbright Only) 

Midnight & 2am - Ilhan Ersahin,

Dave Harrington, Kenny Wollesen

10pm to 4am

Djs Sebastian & Ethan Glenn

9pm- Mollydooker

The Birthday Show!

10pm-4am - Gouranga


Gouranga Clan

Chloe Caillet

Isaac Ferry


Nublu 62


Petar's Art Night:

Bad, Sex & Breakfast

w/ Patrick Dunn and friends

Radio Night: playing music

from all good radio stations


10pm & 1am

Forro at Nublu

w/ Davi Vieira, Mauro Refosco,

Felipe Hostins, Jake Owen

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian Tracks

8:30pm - 4am



Electic Red

Poisoned Apples and Leaking Rubbers

10pm - Filip Bulatovich Fusion Quartet

Jason Arce - Sax

Max Gerl - Bass

Jonathan Barber - Drums

Filip Bulatovich - Piano


Midnight & 2am

Welf Dorr Unit



Hosted by: DJ Valentin Lamar & DJ Boston Chery

Starring: Keiya, Bridget Perez, Chazz Giovanni

Free before 11pm 


The four members of the Brooklyn-based collective Motions combine the rhythms, timbres and melodies from their extensive and diverse backgrounds – traditional and contemporary musics from Japan, Mali, the Middle East, Brazil and the US – to create a unified sound that is both eclectic and organic.  The music seamlessly ranges from abstract improvisation to heavy groove, highlighting the flavors and qualities of the different instruments while celebrating their universality.


Featuring Matt Kilmer on percussion, Kaoru Watanabe on Japanese flutes, Chris Dingman on vibraphone and Tim Keiper on kamale nguni.

10/12 Kaoru, Matt and Chris

10/19 Kaoru, Matt and Tim

10/26 Kaoru, Matt, Tim and Chris




Kaoru Watanabe is a New York based practitioner of various Japanese transverse bamboo fue or flutes, the taiko drum as well as the Western flute.  His music can be best described as an ever shifting blend of the folk and classical traditions of Japan with contemporary improvisational and experimental music.  Kaoru has performed with such artists as Jason Moran, Kenny Endo, and Kabuki actor Bando Tamasaburo, and was a member and artistic director of iconic Japanese taiko ensemble Kodo.  Recent projects have taken him to Mongolia, French Guiana, Argentina, Australia and across the Caribbean, and have received support from the Japan Foundation and Asian Cultural Council.  As an educator, Kaoru teaches workshops and masterclasses internationally, as well as courses at Princeton and Wesleyan University and his own studio.


Born in Red Bank, NJ, Tim Keiper moved to New York City in 1999. Since then, he has focused on touring, recording, and building musical instruments. He has worked with Cyro Baptista, John Zorn, Julie Taymor, Jonas Mekas, Mike Stern, Leni Stern, Skeleton Key, and Dirty Projectors. Since 2007, he has worked extensively with Malian guitarist Vieux Farka Toure, including performances at the Festival in the Desert in Timbuktu and recording on Ali Farka Toure’s posthumous release, Ali and Toumani.


Matt Kilmer has received numerous awards and honors, including being named a Carnegie Hall Weill Music Institute fellow. He has produced albums for many contemporary artists and is an in-demand session drummer and percussionist as well as a highly sought-after live musician for touring acts such as Grammy award winning artist Lauryn Hill and master Arabic oudist and violinist Simon Shaheen.  He also composed and produced music for the upcoming feature film “Backwards” to be released fall of 2012. His band The Mast recently released “UpUpUp”, an EP with remixes to critical acclaim. “UpUpUp” follows The Mast’s debut album “Wild Poppies”, released in summer of 2011.  As Music Coordinator for the critically acclaimed TV show “Louie”, Kilmer has helped to shape the sonic landscape of contemporary television.  Deviating from the standard fare of stock-soundtrack and flavor-of-the-month song licensing, the music of “Louie” features all real musicians providing an emotionally charged score that complements the single camera show’s unique blend of everyday ordeals and observational humor as seen through the eyes of Emmy Award-winning comedian Louis C.K.



Vibraphonist Chris Dingman is one of the most sought-after players and composers of his generation. He was voted Rising Star on Vibes in the 2012 Downbeat Magazine Critics Poll, and is the recipient of the 2012-2013 Chamber Music America New Jazz Works grant. A graduate of the prestigious Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, he has performed extensively with many of the world’s greatest jazz musicians, including Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, Benny Golson, Jimmy Heath, and Terence Blanchard, as well as modern heavyweights Ambrose Akinmusire, Steve Lehman, Gerald Clayton, Fabian Almazan, and many others.