Tuesday, December 28, 2010

New Year's Eve Party In Bushwick

My son Chris is part of a group throwing a big New Year's Eve party in Brooklyn. They've gotten some good press, including Flavorpill but the nicest writeup as far as I'm concerned is the New York Times.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/24/arts/music/24newyear.html?_r=1

ARIEL PINK For starters, the night is called Inverted Cosmos NYE 2011. Add to that the fact that the headliner is Ariel Pink, who’s specialized in shambolic psychedelia for almost a decade. And the flier (which advertises laser and light effects) is rendered in a gothic tie-dye naturalistic style. It all adds up to one big, spooky, hippie party. Based on his excellent 2010 album “Before Today,” though — which demonstrates a fluency in, and possibly even an affinity for classic song structure — Mr. Pink might be ready to move beyond the mystical vibes in 2011. In that case, zone out while you can. With Outer Limits Recordings, Autre Ne Veut, Steve Summers and others. At 8 p.m., 234 Starr Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn; dailyghost.net; $19.99. JON CARAMANICA

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At 9:52 PM, Blogger Kit Funtastik said...

Woot

 

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