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Monday
Jun082009

Where's the Love presents Tim Sweeney @ Goodlife, 6.12.09

Tim Sweeney is an electro/house producer from New York City who hosts the popular Beats in Space radio show down there, now celebrating it's tenth anniversary. His longevity is a testament to his knowledge of music and has been steadily releasing music for the past several years on DFA and RVNG. His name is also credited to dozens of mixtapes over the past decade and a half too. Check him out on Beatsinspace, he has a ton of mixes and songs hosted there for download!

Astonishingly enough, ALL of the Beatsinspace shows are archived on their site, if you want to download/stream any of them, look no further than here.

Here's a taste of his June 2, 2009 show:
1. - Mahizer (Afacan Sound System Edit) - Disco Hammam
2. Senay - Dalkavuk (Baris K Edit) - 
3. Discodeine - Invert (Parce Que Edit) - 
4. The Cramps - Kizmiaz - New Rose
5. - Penny (Galleon Trade's Hooked on Penicillin Version) - Golf Channel
6. John Cooper Clarke - From Outer Space (Pacific/Loverman Edit) - Moxie
7. Cloud One - Spaced Out - P&P
8. The Time & Space Machine - Time & Space Taxi - 5D
9. Dennis Wilson - River Song - Caribou
10. Peter Green - Slabo Day - Sail Records
11. Can - Dizzy Dizzy - UA
12. Konono No1 - Paradiso - Ache 
13. Boredoms - Ant 10 (Lindstrom Remix) - Shock City
14. Cappucino - Hell Dance With Me - Black Sun 

Opening for Sweeney are:

Alex From Queens
Mark Ingram
Scotty Bliss 

This friday at Goodlife, cover only $5! 

Saturday
May092009

Where's The Love? House at Goodlife, tonight! Metro Area, etc.

Big house event tonight hosted by Marz Entertainment. Headliner is Metro Area, who in a nutshell is known for their distinct deep house sound that draws notable influence from disco, 70's funk, soca, italo, and other forms of world music. Their signature sound is chock full of organic purcussion, pop synths, and pretty much anything you would hear in a song that came out in 1979 in the context of 120 bpm.

Their 2002 solo album was fairly popular, in case you haven't heard them before check the sound clips below, this is a good starting point to learn a bit about these guys.

If you like what you hear, then do not sleep on their Fabric Live mix from a few months ago as well, which is jam packed with over 20 brand new deep/disco house tracks.

Also on deck:

Alex From Queens
Scott Bliss
Mark Ingram

Tonight at Goodlife, $15 cover.