'All Day I Dream' w/ Lee Burridge
All Day I Dream parties began on a baking Brooklyn rooftop and have since become an international concern, spurred on by Lee Burridge and his DJ partner Matthew Dekay's signature technicolor emotionalism, the sort that's all too rare in New York, where the dominant scenes of the moment emphasize degradation and willful distortion. Burridge is a fine DJ who typically plays for the full length of the ADID parties, and the crowd is made up of wayward Burning Man devotees and plenty of others willing to temporarily indulge in dress-up and enjoy tacos with the tunes floating in the open air.
Sun., July 28, 3 p.m., 2013
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