Thursday, October 7, 2010

Check out the upcoming PARTIES @ LPR!

The Freedom Party w/ DJ Herbert Holler, DJ Cosi & Marc Smooth
File Under: dance party, old school hip hop

The Freedom Party has been nominated for BEST PARTY by PAPERMAG, click here to vote!

At Freedom, its all about the Dance Floor! We bring you the best in the Classics; hip-hop, R&B, Reggae/Dancehall, House, 80s, Soul, Funk, and even the New Hits by DJs herbert Holler, Cosi and Marc Smooth.

For more information on the Freedom Party, click here! And don't forget to join us EVERY FRIDAY for the Freedom Party @ LPR!

"Crooked Disco" w/ DJ Morsy & DJ Kestar
File Under: dance party, hip hop, breakbeat

Brooklyn's own Morsy, founder of the DJ collective NANA CHILL, has earned a reputation in the DJ and promoter world for holding down big parties all over New York City, including the monthly Crooked Disco party with partner DJ Kestar. His acclaimed remixes and mixtapes have been in circulation throughout the world. He is most famous for the "Emo-Thug" mixtape series featured in publications like URB Magazine & Switzerland's BM. Currently, Morsy is in the studio producing a new album. Expect to hear more of his signature style in the years to come.

Join us for "Crooked Disco" EVERY FRIDAY in the gallery @ LPR! For more information, click here!

File Under: House, electro


James Curd: James Curd began his DJing career in Chicago when he was only fifteen years old. Being underage, Curd was snuck into events to play at raves and clubs he was not legally allowed in. He played along side some of electronic music's most respected acts and DJs. Through his love of DJing and music Curd began to write and produce for himself. At nineteen Curd released his first track on the globally respected label "Basenotic" out of Paris. From there Curd created "Greenskeepers", a name to represent himself and the wide range of music he wrote and the artists he collaborated with.

VHS or BETA DJs: The band combines elements of French funk and dance rock. Their self-released debut, ‘Le Funk’, was a minor splash in the record charts but it wasn’t until 2004’s “Night On Fire” that the band achieved measurable success. The song is in the movie Grandma’s Boy and on The OC. The band’s members are guitarists Craig Pfunder and Zeke Buck, bassist Mark Palgy, and drummer Mark Guidry. VHS or Beta released a new album, ‘Bring on the Comets’ in August of 2007 which featured the modest alternative rock radio hit “Can’t Believe A Single Word”

Justin Miller: Employed by the iconic DFA Records by day, Justin Miller has, in many ways, become a public face for the label. He couldn't be happier to have been given the opportunity to work so closely on a day-to-day basis with the company's founding members James Murphy, Jonathan Galkin, and Tim Goldsworthy. Miller has recently spun at several MoMA openings and galas, including a special DFA "Dance Party for the Color Chart: Reinventing Color 1950 – Today" exhibition, the 2009 and 2010 Armory shows with Gang Gang Dance and The Walkmen respectively, and the benefit for Tim Burton's retrospective.

...join us for the "Live Like You Want to Live" CD Release Party this Saturday @ LPR (10/9)! To purchase tickets, click here!

Behind the Groove
File Under: funk, soul, disco

BEHIND THE GROOVE "Playin' the classics that make you move." w/ DJ's: DP ONE, KS 360 (aka Kwikstep) & AFRO BEAT.

Spinning Funk, Soul, Disco, Hip-Hop, Salsa & House.

Like any truly embedded DJ in Hip Hop culture, he pays respect to an extensive list of influences including Kool DJ Red Alert and DJ Chuck Chillout, whose early radio shows he listened to, wanting to find out “how they were making that scratch sound.” To DJ DP ONE, DJ Enuff is the “Puerto Rican version of Grandmaster Flash”. DP ONE explains, “He introduced me to DMC DJ battle videos and blessed me with a lot of my foundation.”

Join us for Behind the Groove @ LPR on Thursday, October 14th. For more information, click here!

...and don't forget to catch some of our other upcoming parties @ LPR!


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