CHIDA (Ene) pioneer of the Tokyo underground house music scene from early 90s’ plays in the Bad Room tonight at Brooklyn’s Good Room on Saturday, March 26 thumpin its way into our hearts! Norfolk-bred electronica wunderkid Nathan Fake responsible for his sparkling melody and club-ready weight returns to New York for the first time since 2013, the official event description below! The Good Room is located in our neighborhood of Greenpoint at, 98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222.
“More dancefloor-movers on the night include Detroit’s Jay Daniel, recently picked up by Kyle Hall and Theo Parrish for Wild Oats Music and SOUND SIGNATURE singles as well as label boss of Watusi High in his own right; and local legend Honey Dijon, whose vinyl-preferred eclecticism has earned her worldwide DJ acclaim. Less classically clubby but no less inspired, The Range (whose full-length for Domino lands a day before the gig) presents his live show alongside a DJ set from Jim-E Stack, whose chameleonic forays into playful electronica haven’t lost their charm since his 2014 Innovative Leisure debut. Rounding out the bill is Tokyo house legend Chida, famed for his flawless marathon DJ sets which will be pared down to “just” four hours in the Bad Room (but no less groovy for it!) and longtime NY staple James Friedman.” Advance tickets for the event are available via Resident Advisor and Ticketfly with a limited number of $12 early birds, $15 thereafter. See you on the dancefloor.”
10 pm-4 am+
Saturday, March 26, 2016