Warm Up Presents Gavin Russom, Alden Tyrell & the Crystal Ark
Alden Tyrell pumps out electro-disco for Amsterdam's Clone Records but the rest of the day belongs to NYC's own DFA Records. James Murphy and Pat Mahoney deliver a disco-heavy set that should live up to their old Fabric mix, and Gavin Russom appears in two guises. Under his own name, he'll offer up a DJ set of his usual hypnotic sounds (see his work as Delia Gonzalez or as Black Meteoric Star, or his Fact Mix). He'll also perform live as the Crystal Ark, his new project combining Brazil's carioca funk with hard Belgian rave.
Sat., Aug. 7, 2 p.m., 2010
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