3 / 26 / 14 FLEX1000… fellow basement dweller and former leader of FITNESS returns to NYC to perform his fucked up brand of electronics http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQ7OHRunp5c&feature=youtu.be DJ DOG DICK a man who needs no introduction, NYC/Baltimore hero returns to our basemement fresh off his new album The Life Stains. not to be missed https://soundcloud.com/hoss-records/sets/dj-dog-dick-identity-ep/ DJS / TBA $7 10PM-4AM WWW.NOTHINGCHANGESNYC.COM
"Honored there’s some of my Dog Synth twirling around here and there filtering King Krule guitar licks and other tiny nuances…. RATKING "So It Goes" out April 7th //// NU ATLANTIC URBAN MUSIC !!!!!! HIP-HOPE FOR A BETTER AGE" - Max Eisenberg
“I’ve got a lot of great music selected for DJ EISENBALLS tonight and I’m so excited to hangout with MIXXXTA Alexandra & everybody else that comes to HAPPYFUN HIDEAWAY 10pm-2am and BEYOND….. ¿ R U SIRIUS ?” - via facebook
"We’ve been together about 8years through best and worst times all over the world. Thrill to still be turning these knobs so worn and aged. A Muse is there in every act of intercourse. Open Relationship." - Max Eisenberg
<»VENUE CHANGE!«» the show will now take place at TRANS PECOS! which is the brand new venue in the old silent barn space. located at 915 wyckoff ave. *IMPORTANT* Trans Pecos is a brand new space waiting on their liquor license, and because of this, there will be NO BAR, and NO TOLERANCE for drinking outside. meaning you have to be smart about bringing your own alcohol inside. meaning you can BYOB, but be respectful and dont be a dummy.
Wanna put this here and say what a long crazy trip this has been, not making a “pop” record, but having rode for many years on a single leap of faith that the pursuit of living narrative was the most legitimate art a person could make in this age. The people I’ve shared this experience most intimately, we’ve been in love and we’ve been at war, we’ve been to heaven and hell in any instant along the way. The Life Stains, completed almost two years ago, is a testament to that course of life. I’d like to thank Mark Masters for this amazing review and again and again to Brad HOSS for his help making The Life Stains a completed effort. 2014 is the year of the horse and so we’ll keep riding ahead as before except with everything now that’s behind us. To keeping our eyes peeled and ears agape to every act of this living theatre. To our warm embrace, to our icy distance. To the people with courage to bring levity about this nightmare of our collective individualisms and to those with weakness for hate in themselves and for the fear in others. Nothing happens without you. PS… How sweet is it that Pitchfork 69’d DJ Dog Dick? What a score!