This Saturday night, the burgeoning new production team Offline Projects will throw their premiere event in Brooklyn, to be hosted at a secret warehouse location. Described as “an experiment between art and nightlife,” Offline Projects’ first event (billed OP 001) will transform “a furniture warehouse into a popup audio-visual playground, bringing together a slew of international artists & performers for a onetime experiential event.”
Visual playground aside, this event will be a monster of a gig. The lineup is jam-packed with exciting talents that make up the edgier, more progressive side of Brooklyn’s electronic dance scene. OP 001 will run from 11pm to 6am. Buy tickets and check out the Facebook event page. View the lineup below.
Made up of visual artist Noemi Schipfer and electronic musician Takami Nakamoto, this hybridized, male-female, visual-audio act looks absolutely stunning. OP 001 will be Nonotak’s debut US performance, who are both currently based in Paris.
The circumstances surrounding North California-based experimental artist Lee Bannon’s transition to Dedekind Cut are vague. Is it a distinct, new, second outlet or simply a change of name? Like the dance music he makes–a dizzying variation of hip-hop, ambient, drum and bass, jungle and drone–the lines of his two pseudonyms are often blurred. This should make for a particularly engaging set, seeing as the artist will perform a back-to-back set as both acts.
Over the last five years, Brooklyn’s Volvox–a member of New York’s female-identifying DJ crew, Discowoman–has become an international techno sensation. This set’s gonna be fire.
New York-based DJ/producer Sporting Life got his start making beats and rapping as one-third of the XL Recordings hip-hop trio RATKING. Now he’s dropping full-length, instrumental records of dazzling electronic music via labels like R&S Records.
Alongside electronic label UNO NYC, New York-via-Toronto transplant Aquarian has been serving up evocative dance music for the better part of four years.
Originally based in Miami, tech-house DJ Cry Baby has her finger on the pulse of Brooklyn’s underground electronic scene.
Once again, buy tickets here.