Last Friday at The Knitting Factory we hosted, along with Bass Ale, a party celebrating the release of our Africa issue. Featuring the sweet sounds of DJs Eddie Stats and DJ/Rupture floating down on us from that weird upper level that looks like those raised indoor tracks that we had to run around in high school, as well as a surprisingly bass heavy set from Brooklyn's own High Places followed by the US debut of South Africa's BLK JKS. We did the jam band dance along with everyone else—we see you dude in multi-colored beanie! Check out BLK JKS' performance of "Lakeside" from our party up above and check out a select few pictures from the event after the jump.
All photos by Dorothy Hong