Sideshow: Day One

November 02, 2006


Yesterday we inaugurated our party space on Delancey St, where we're throwing daytime events during the festival of college musics. Jams were jammed, beers were beer-ed (responsibly, natch), and you can check some highlights after the jump.




Along with the dreamrock of Fields (pictured above - thanks, Julio), Wednesday saw rock sets from Via Audio, the Twilight Sad, the Strange Boys, Division Day, and IV Thieves. The ATLiens better known as Snowden knocked out a particularly sweaty rendition of their "Counterfeit Rules" not long after it got dark outside, and then Def Jukie C-Rayz Walz and producer Sharkey debuted their new band project, Monster Maker.





On the DJ tip, Brooklyn's Cousin Cole dropped custom remixes to start the day, and Queen Majesty spun 45 after dancehall 45 during her set, but we probably jammed out the most to Stretch Armstrong's hip-house tribute. If you aren't fucking with Sagat and Twin Hype, jump off a bridge.



As we mentioned the other day, the RSVP for these day parties are now closed - but if you made the cutoff, join the FADER mobile messaging service to get set times and updates sent directly to your phone. Text the letters FADERCMJ to the number 33992; reply with the word YES and you will be added.

(Then later in the night we might drunk dial you with a text like DUDE THERES A MISSHAPE HERE THEIR HAIR IS FUNNY LOL)

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Sideshow: Day One