nueve – a monthly musical potluck celebrating music lovers and their record collections in revolutions of nine.
each month at “nueve” (nine) the rotating host brings together the record collector / selector / DJ / music lover, etc., creating an open/free platform for sound exchange in 9 record rotating sets*
final fridays (&one nyc thursday this month!)
7pm-10pm | no cover | drink/sound specials
curated by: wyldeflower | rotating monthly hosts*
Thursday 5.30.13 NUEVE YORK hosted by :: Boogie Blind & Sucio Smash NYC Edition* @ The Fat Buddah :: 212 Avenue A (between 13th St & 14th St) New York, NY 10009 | RSVP on Facebook
Friday 5.31.13 (LA) hosted by :: Monsalisa* @ The Virgil :: 4519 Santa Monica Blvd LA, CA 90029 | RSVP on Facebook
*everyone is welcome to bring 9 records to share or simply your ears, stop by, tune in and join the musical conversation every final friday!
more info: weflyink.com/nueve
△9 = highlighting delta/change and the full cycle/completion 360º 3+6+0=9*
inspired by Carlos Niño’s 360º record pot-luck | co-curated by Novena Carmel.
Posted in Communication, FreshReoccurringEvents//, Inspiration, Los Angeles, Music, Nueve, Records, vinyl
Tagged 360, 9, boogie blind, boogieblind, Carlos Niño, DJ MONALISA, LA, movie, Novena Carmel, nueve, NueveYork, NY, NYC, record potluck, recordpotluck, sucio smash, suciosmash, vinyl, wyldeflower
“Never had so many people, so eloquently described the pain and issues of a generation” -Mutulu Shakur
[Documentary Film World Premiere]
Black August: A Hip-Hop Benefit Concert (2010)
Thursday, August 26, 2010 | Lincoln Center 65th Street New York, NY
Reception: 6pm / Program: 7pm
A live performance and panel discussion will follow the screening. Co-presented by the ImageNation Cinema Foundation.
for more information on the doc please visit: http://mxgm.org/blackaugust
Posted in Events, Film, Hip Hop, Inspiration, LivePerformances, Music, New Releases, Sites, Truth, Word
Tagged Assata Shakur, Black August, Common, Cuba, Dead Prez, dream hampton, Freedom Fighters, Mos Def, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Mutulu Shakur, NYC, South Africa, Talib Kweli, The Roots