Nublu 151

8pm - 4am

C&B Anniversary

Blank Spaces

Kodi Najm

Corey King

 

9pm

Johnny Gandelsman Plays Bach

Grammy winning violinst for Silk Road Ensemble & founding member of Brooklyn Rider, Gandelsman uniquely integrates his artistic collaborations & posses "a balletic lightness of touch & a sense of whimsy & imagination" (Boston Globe).

10pm and Midnight

Deantoni Parks - Technoself

Parks is one of today's finest drummers, displaying an intuitive balance of raw rhythmic physicality & machine-like precision. He's performed w/ greats like Sade, The Mars Volta, Flying Lotus, his own boundary-pushing group KUDU, & more. 

TBA

TBA

9pm and 10.30pm

Stephane, San Juan

Trio w/ Vitor Goncalves

& Eduardo Belo

Ticket

 

11pm - Jacks Fun House

w/ Hex Hector

Anelo Pontecorvo

Mike Frade

10pm-4am

East Village Disco

Mike Guimond

All night long

Ticket

 

9pm

Visuals

Nublu 62

10pm

Frank LoCrasto

 

Midnight & 2am

J.E.D.I

w/ Aaron Johnston, Jason Lindner, Gilmar Gomez, Jonathan Levy

 

DJ Memos

10pm-4am

Petar's Art Night:

Bad, Sex & Breakfast

w/ Patrick Dunn and friends

Radio Night: playing music

from all good radio stations

TBA

10pm & 1am

Forro at Nublu

w/ Davi Vieira, Mauro Refosco,

Felipe Hostins, Jake Owen

DJ Greg Caz spins Brazilian Tracks

8:30pm - 4am

Psychaudio

Crust

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

Daniel Pinchbeck at Nublu - February 23, 2017

Please join us for a dance party to celebrate the launch of psychedelic philosopher Daniel Pinchbeck’s new, long-awaited opus, How Soon Is Now? Dave Harrington from Dark Side and Brian DeGraw from Gang Gang Dance will DJ. Daniel will read some excerpts from his new work - a manifesto that proposes we confront the ecological and geopolitical crisis as our great opportunity for a mass awakening. We can undergo a collective initiation to make a better and more humane world. Sting and Russell Brand wrote introductions for the book, which comes out this week.