Nublu 151

7pm

Britton & The Sting

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10pm & Midnight

Producer Nights with Ray Angry 

and The Council of Goldfinger

 

@MisterGoldfinger007 #RayAngryOne 

8pm - 2am LayeRhythm

A jam session of music and dance

Hosted by: Malik Work

9pm - 4am

Hallobeat Party

DJs:

Lua Cheia

Mai Le Grooves

WhoAmEye

Still1

9pm & 11pm Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra

Steven Bernstein - trumpet

Curtis Fowlkes - trombone

Charlie Burnham - violin

Doug Wieselman - clarinet

Peter Apfelbaum - tenor sax

Erik Lawrence - bari sax

Matt Munisteri - guitar

Ben Allison - bass

Ben Perowsky - drums

9pm The Checkout from WBGO Presents: Thiefs + BIG YUKI

9pm DJ Set by Simon Rentner from The Checkout

10pm Thiefs

11:30pm BIG YUKI

12:30am DJ Ronzilla

1:30am Thiefs and BIG YUKI perform a special collaboration jam

10pm

Muslim and a Mexican

60's & 70's Persian and western rock, blues, funk, & pop music. Bringing together diverse communities through the unifying power of music.

SOLD OUT!

TBA

Nublu 62

8pm - 4am 

DJ King Richard Presents:
Soulful Science

All Vinyl! All Night!

9pm 

Yes we're open!

9pm & 11pm (Doors 8:30pm)

Forro at Nublu

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian tracks

9pm 

Yes we're open!

10pm

Filip Bulatovic Quintet

Birthday Celebration!

10pm - 4am

The Art of Mine

DJs 

Brain Control

Dave Turk

Back to Black

6:15pm Afton Presents:

Rudd The Road Tape

Also performances by: Dadorachi, Darkcityscrap, Dirty, Qua Majesty & Guests

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8pm

DizzyRide

10pm

Fear and Loathing on Ave C

TONGUES IN TREES - November 7

Indie dream pop and Indian rhythms collide in the band Tongues In Trees – John Schaefer, Soundcheck (WNYC)

 

From their first musical meeting, Samita Sinha, Sunny Jain and Grey McMurray were a uniquely aligned trio.  Each a lauded composer in their own right, longtime collaborators Sinha and Jain bring their distinctive hybrid musical voices alongside McMurray’s avant new music textures.  Their collectively realized compositions reach past the limits of style and geography to express the all encompassing ecstatic; accessible and challenging, familiar and alien. The band draws from North Indian classical and folk music, sonic texturing, propulsive beats and multiple languages to create a musical vocabulary of their own.  Free and noise elements serve taut lyrical images, through-composed forms grow out of improvised structures, old traditions are draped with new shapes, not to throw either into stark relief, but rather because both new and old are always wearing each others’ clothes, asking for entry from the other. File under: Sonic Youth meets Brian Eno meets Sufi trance.

 

 

 

 

 

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