nonsensenyc: 2.3 to 2.9

 
From: "nonsense nyc" <jstark@nonsensenyc.com>
Subject: nonsensenyc: 2.3 to 2.9
Date: February 3rd 2017
Friday, February 3

* Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia: Radio that Changed Lives, Queens

* Giegling Ensemble, Brooklyn

 

Saturday, February 4

* New York Queer Experimental Film Festival, Brooklyn

* Soul Night, Brooklyn

* The Neo Show, Manhattan

* Radiohole's Super-Fun Exclusive Experimental Couch-Talk Party, Manhattan

* Game Show, Brooklyn

 

Sunday, February 5

* Super Villain No. 1, Manhattan

* Black Joy in Brooklyn, Brooklyn

* Gold Bolus Recordings, Queens

* Exceedingly Good Song Night, Manhattan

* House of Yes Super Totally Immersive Bowl Throwdown, Brooklyn

* Kava and Color, Love Revolution Edition, Brooklyn

 

Tuesday, February 7

* Take Two Storytelling, Brooklyn

 

Wednesday, February 8

* Party to Protect Your Parts: A Planned Parenthood Benefit, Brookyln

* House of Yes: Night Circus, Brooklyn

* Show Tell Show at House of Wax, Brooklyn

* Animation Nights New York, Manhattan

 

Thursday, February 9

* We Support ACLU, Brooklyn

* Holes in the Wall Collective, Brooklyn

* Viking Night, Brooklyn

* Give a Puck

 

Wishlist

* Talent show

 

Spectre

* National Parks Declared Worthless

 

Overheard

* Apologies

 

Learning

* Making Thinking

 

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Stacks of yellowing magazines

 

 

XXXXX FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3 XXXXX

 

 

Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia: Radio that Changed Lives

 

We are honored to host this truly epic night for the neighborhood. DJ Rob Swift is back this week for another master-class, but this time he is bringing reinforcements: legendary OG tastemakers Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia! This is 100 percent free and not to be missed. Bonus late-night disco set from Flattopps' house DJ, Chuck E. Mendez.

 

Flattopps

33-06 Ditmars Boulevard, Astoria, Queens

9p-2a; $free

flattoppsnyc]at]gmail.com

facebook.com/events/1284188648342414/

 

 

***** Also on FRIDAY *****

 

 

Giegling Ensemble

 

On Friday night, there will be a concert performed by the Giegling Ensemble (Ateq, Edward, Kettenkarussell, VRIL) where they will join forces and collaborate and improvise Giegling's non-dancefloor music. There will also be a pop up record shop where you can buy rare and out of print Giegling records, including a special record you can only buy on this tour. Also, many of the visual artists who are a key part of the Giegling collective will have work on display. We have a few other surprises up our sleeves as well.

 

Knockdown Center

52-19 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn

9p-2a; $20

 

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nonsense nyc is a discriminating resource for independent art, weird events, strange happenings, unique parties, and senseless culture in new york city.

we like rock bands and experimental musicians and arty films and galleries and museums and big street festivals, but we can find information about all of those things in other places. we generally will not list these kind of things on their own. that leaves that other stuff, the stuff that has no name or a name that you feel really self-conscious saying out loud, like "underground."

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