Friday, July 27, 2007

HOT TIP: Williamsburg Will Be Dangerous This Saturday Night With TheDanger In the House

You heart Danger? So do I!

I Heart Danger @ 3rd Ward in Williamsburg 7/28/07

Hey New Yorkers, this is the most happening thing happening from midnight til dawn on
Saturday night, in my humble opinion. Check out the deets from the official invitation
below, then decide if you're a 3rd Ward kinda Williamsburger...


ArtistsWanted, 3rd Ward Brooklyn, TheDanger, Ad-Hoc Arts, The American Water
Color Movement, Subatomic Sound System, Black Crack Records & ImageNode invite
you to the return of:

I (heart) DANGER

Saturday, July 28th, 10pm to 7am (or later...)
Nine hours of interactive fire art, dj's, dance and aesthetic decadence launching our new
project: Artists Wanted.

These are things we should never do...

Explore a maze of beautiful detritus, danger art, dancers, dj's, bubble domes,
ice-sculpture, and fire performance from the same artists and mischief-makers that
brought you July 14th's One Night of Fire.

In the room of Brick: The American Water Color Movement (10pm) An inspiring mix of
live groove and visuals that is both frightening and calming all at once - it's a strange
groove, because it somehow inspires both movement and paralysis. Movement because
the rhythm is so intoxicating, and paralysis because of the feeling that some major entropy
is going down and all you can do is stand back and watch.

Subatomic Sound System (11pm) Born at the turn of the millennium during a collision of
circuit boards, New York City asphalt, and human skin, this live group of seasoned
musicians experiments with hip-hop, dub reggae, dancehall and drum and bass with
excessive exposure to gamma radiation.  They are as danceable as they are poetic, a
dangerous sound that is not to be missed.

DJ's After Midnight:
DJ Grimace brings classic hip-hop and loin shaking street funk classics. $mall(c)hange
continues the classic theme digging deep into his endless crates upping the BPM as the
collective heartbeat of the dance-floor rises.  Zemi17 plays through sunrise with his
eclectic mix of Indonesian house to transcendent intelligent techno.

In the third floor Dome (you gotta see it to believe it): The Imagenode Collective offer art,
music and wonderful things. Autophage brings ambient glitch-hop with a nerdcore vibe.
North guinea hills and dj prancecess will drop everything from post-aphex gestures, to
environmental kraut pulses, to defleshed dubsteps, and the cultural detritus of the world
hacked onto skeletal beats. Leisure Muffin plays lofi chill to regressive epic bleepblop. DJ
Love Rocket takes you on a journey through distant universes of warped and wandering
soundscapes and celestial soundtracks. With visuals by The Housewives' Guide To
Anatomy & Animitron.

In the Open Air Courtyard: Josh Kalin does live ice-sculpting with a touch of flame while
Debonair and SamiIam spin fire with heat and beauty, rain or shine.

In the Gallery: Massive projections from One Night of Fire by Jeanne Angel (if you were
there you are now famous) and bring a shirt or flag for free fire screen prints by Ad-Hoc
Arts.  It's like wearable vandalism.

Plus Jeremy Nelson and Devin Elijah make you beautiful with pro portrait sessions to be
broadcast throughout the venue and online into perpetuity.  To see portraits from our last
event look to:

All this with cheap booze and a few things you'd never expect at:
3rd Ward Brooklyn
195 Morgan Ave.
Take the L train to Morgan Ave and walk 4 blocks north.

This Saturday, July 28th
10pm to 7am or later
Only $10 - Strictly 21+

Details and directions:

Our former party palace, the third floor of third ward, is deep under deconstruction but
we have cleared out a few rooms of bliss in the midst of apocalyptic demolition.   The
result is about 15,000sqft of party space set against beautiful ruin.  Next week, it will be
artists studios.


Also, for those of you that party-hop like we do, the event below is a few blocks away
from ours this Saturday. It's hosted by beautiful artists and our closest crime partners
within a Brooklyn art loft of the absurd style and proportion that we no longer thought

Saturday July 28th.  House Of Yes.
19-49 Troutman St. 2nd floor. (L to Jefferson)
Walk up Troutman 6 blocks to the corner of Flushing Ave.
9:45 pm till sunday morning.  $cheap donation at the door.

Featuring bands:  Sankofa (post punk/blues), The Smyrk (rabid rock), Lady Circus
(interactive nonsense) . Dj's there after.

Indoor parades, outdoor seating, a cheap bar and fruit feast at 7am.  Expect the type of
spontaneous performance that makes you feel giddy the morning after.

3rd Ward - Williamsburg
>>3rd Ward Atmospheric After Dark, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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