A night on the town in New York City can send mixed messages, depending on who you talk to. Nothing’s promised, not your favorite song you’re expecting to hear, not even a good time is guaranteed. That’s part of the mystique of what nightlife in NY has to offer—surprises, always lurking. Now here’s the latest: BPM152 partners with Mass Appeal for a bi-weekly party series starting June 16th at Tammany Hall in the Lower East Side. Under the multi-layered meaning of BPM, genres of music will be mashed roughly around the tempo range of 152 beats per minute, and bodies will be smushed into 152 Orchard St. See what we just did there?
The talent on the bill for 6/16 is diverse. The lineup of styles vary from the dark trap samples by MYRRYRS, thugging out bright euphoric synths, to Mess Kid, the new face and sound of Lower Manhattan’s party scene. The inaugural BPM152 event is also extra special because it marks just the second NY gig of Cedaa—it’s been a long time coming. Thank NY’s event impresario Jason Scott for bringing it together with creative direction by Marina Heintze of Dom-Ber. More insight on the inspiration for the event coming soon. For now, get familiar with the DJs on deck.
MESS KID “SIP SLOW”
MYRRYRS “FANTOM DOZE”
PIRI PIRI “MAMI” (CEDAA REMIX)
OLD MONEY “DC1A -+- GAMMA RAYZ” (SNIPPET)
NIRE “EMBERS” VANITY JUKEBOX MIX
JACK INSLEE OF KNIFESHOW VANITY JUKEBOX VOL. 7 “OVER HAPPY LATELY”