(Japanther, Ninjasonik, Cerebral Ballzy, and Totally Michael at the Bell House, more photos here)
One more time, here is your weekend:
ALL ABOARD FUTRE
Friday February 13th, 2009
Viewing 8 to 10 pm
Free Live Performance 10:30
Secret Project Robot Art Space | 210 kent ave | brooklyn | NY | 11211
These Are Powers:
All Aboard Future Record Release Party and Art Opening
Secret Project Robot is pleased to present:
ALL ABOARD FUTURE,
a rejection of fear of the future // a celebration of community and music. Curated by Brooklyn/Chicago band These Are Powers (Dead Oceans) for the concurrent release of their album ALL ABOARD FUTURE..
Featuring works by:
Hisham Bharoocha, Cody Critcheloe, Fay Davis-Jeffers, Bea Fremderman, Jessica Hopper, Cody Hudson, Tyler Larson, Brendan J. Missett, Pooper, Shouwang, Holly Stevenson, Alex Valentine, Sarah Wilmer, And many more friends
Artists were asked to interpret the concept for ALL ABOARD FUTURE-the possibility, potential and rising of a positive and dynamic New Age, in a medium of their choosing. The result is a diverse and exciting showing of emerging talent from around the world.
Works featured in the artwork for the recorded album will be on display in addition to a larger body of contemporary pieces commissioned for the show, unique to the opening will be an installation which the band will perform in, created by Brendan J. Missett.
FLIGHT & FLURRY
friday the 13th of february
an evening of songs and aerial performance featuring
( www.myspace.com/fallharbor )
+hannah marcus and our very own TIANNA KENNEDY
( www.myspace.com/hannahmarcus )
+amelia jackie ( www.myspace.com/ameliamaryna )
+trapeze performances by natalie agee & c. ryder cooley (
www.natalieagee.com / www.carolynrydercooley.com)
friday the 13th of february.
at union pool.
Union Pool is located at 484 Union Avenue on the corner of Union &
Meeker, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn two short blocks north of the
Lorimer L stop and one block off the Metropolitan exit of the Brooklyn
PUNK ROCK AT CHIEF BODEGA
1089 BROADWAY, BROOKLYN
part of B.A.M.'s "sounds of brooklyn" festival
THRILLER- NYHC punk
CEREBRAL BALLZY- new kids on the block skate punk
SMARTS- uhhhh, from baltimore
DJ MAWXWELL 57- uhhhh, max
lots of room for activities
drinking upstairs, karate in the basement
LOVE YOUR LANE RIDE & VALENTINE'S DAY PARTY!!
Saturday, February 14th
- Love Your Lane Ride: 7 p.m., Meet at Astor Place Cube
- Valentine's Day After Party 8:30pm, with Team Robespierre and DJs Stacher, and K-Tel- at The Autumn Bowl, 73 West St., Greenpoint, Brooklyn
LOVE YOUR LANE RIDE
Saturday, February 14th 7 p.m.
Astor Place Cube, NY, 8th Street and Lafayette Street
Come celebrate Valentine's Day with your true love- your bicycle, and ride through Manhattan's lover's lanes. Join the Party on Wheels as we listen to love ballads from the soundbike, throw roses at all the cars parked outside of the bike lanes and spread the message of love to all the drivers we pass stuck in traffic. Road rage is OUT, bike-lane-loving is IN. The ride ends at the after party.
VALENTINE'S DAY PARTY !!!
Saturday, February 14th, @ 8:30 p.m.
The Autumn Bowl, 73 West Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
With live bands Team Robespierre and The So So Glos
and DJs Stacher, Porkchop, and K-Tel
Projection Installation by CJ and Friends
This is a Time's Up! Fundraiser- $10
Love Your Bike Lanes with Time's Up! at the Autumn Bowl - Celebrate bike infrastructure with an awesome dance party in the skate bowl! Team Robespierre, The So So Glos, with DJs Stacher and K-Tel will make you dance in this funky space. **with possible Special Guests** Projection Installation by CJ and Friends. Come with or without a sweetheart, free food, and free valet bike parking. Dress for love.
We need volunteers for the party. Please go to the link & e-mail email@example.com with the open time & position you would like to sign up for:
For more info and updates go to times-up.org
SOUNDS LIKE BROOKLYN
Sat. Feb. 14th, 10pm, free
Japanther and Ninjasonik perform at the BAM Cafe.
• Dead Moon - It's Okay
A band's place in myspace.
Posted by Tod Seelie at 9:00 PM