Tuesday, June 20, 2006

DJ event coming..

Saturday, July 1

The very first Rebound
with Monk-One, Oneman, and E’s E
at Water Taxi Beach (2nd and Borden, LIC, Queens)
8p til late

-->> free

http://www.watertaxibeach.com for directions.

Email info@brothersbrothers.biz for more info

This is the first in a string of Saturday night parties at Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City, a beautiful beach (check the photos: http://www.watertaxibeach.com/photos.html) that’s shuffling distance from PS1’s Warm Up party. Wax Poetics Magazine, Turntable Lab and NYCTrust are joining forces with the brothers’brothers, FunkNYC, and Five Grand Stereo to kick off the opener. Brooklyn’s resident record digger and party rocker Monk-One will be celebrating the release of his new mix CD, ‘The Funky Disco Sound of Monk-One’. His fellow break-addicted cohorts E’s E and Oneman will join him on the tables. Bring the flip-flops you can dance in. There’s a HUGE tented, wooden floor for dusting it up!


On the New York Water Taxi: Taxis depart from E. 34th Street in midtown Manhattan on a varied schedule http://www.nywatertaxi.com
On the subway: 7 train to Vernon Avenue/Jackson. Walk along Vernon Avenue to Borden Avenue, turn right. Look for signs for Water Taxi Beach.
Or on the bus: B61 and Q103.

DJ Bios

E's E
E's E is the product of an international collaboration between Far East technology and out west sunshine. The result is the transformation into a potent new sensation subtitled Little Dynasty. Set against the historic yet phantasmagoric backdrop of Brooklyn NY, E's E and his records embark on an endless soundshifting road of quality music. E’s E has received numerous blessings for his mix CD projects that have included the critical appraisal "best mix ever" from Fat City in Manchester as well as a write up in Germany's most widely distributed Hip Hop Publication, Juice. Never shy to grab the pen himself, E's E has reviewed a number of Indy Hip Hop specialties for the Turntable Lab archives as well as a number of other undisclosed sites.

Monk-One has gained a worldwide reputation as a true music lover who simultaneously contains the skill to rock parties, throw down rare and never heard vinyl wonders and craft ridiculous chronicles of musical genres in the form of a mix CD that only a true connoisseur can do. He has blazed a trail in legendary clubs from Japan to the UK, going toe to toe with such heavyweights as Madlib, the 45 King, DJ Red Alert, Danny Krivit and Mark Rae to name a few. He maintains resident DJ status on New York's longest running Hip Hop radio show, The Underground Railroad (WBAI), is the "Ambassador" and editor of the well respected journal Wax Poetics, and has released an original 7" and EP on Ten12 Records.

Known throughout the land as "The Sample King," DJ Oneman sniffs out records like you wouldn't believe. His treasure trove of original vinyl dominates his living quarters, containing seldom heard and never seen gems that when the time is right, he unveils for the masses to ponder. His legendary guest sets on The Underground Railroad (WBAI) have been known to throw the listeners, residents and hosts in an absolute uproar. His knowledge and appreciation of rare vinyl species has led him to submit mixes on the famed soulstrut.com website as well as spot gigs on Long Island's legendary cable access show Rare Groove Revolution, where he spent 3 episodes breaking down the complexities of one of the crate digger’s biggest enigmas - Library Records. Oneman's vinyl collection has been heralded by such big shots as Dr. Dre and Jay E (Nelly's Producer) for its incredible selection of obscure break beats.

You can hear mixes from all three here:



Anonymous said...

Wow, nice goin' on the BURGERS !!!
I came through with a few co-workers, on a recommendation. We enjoyed the obviance; the food, the drink and the music really brought us back to great times !!
It has been a long time since we have been able to enjoy music from 'back in the day' and the new guilty pleasures we find ourselves moving to from today !!

Anonymous said...

The beers are good, the food is alright. The friday dj"s are off the hook. The music is what keeps me coming every friday night. Kudos to the dj's.