Nacho Lovers’ “Deeper” is rapidly making its way into the nether-regions of the world’s consciousness: Fader and Pitchfork props (“Don’t let that sorta-stupid name fool you: Toronto duo Nacho Lovers make seriously cavernous house music”), an appearance on this great new mix by NYC favorites House Of House, Twitter shout-outs, a Nylon appearance courtesy of A-Trak… and now an appropriately aquatic video put together by Adam Beck and Paul Johnston of Members Only. Full fathom five!
For more from the dynamic duo, check their new Beatport chart and be sure to hit up their “Deeper” release party if you’re in Toronto this Saturday (6/5), featuring sets from Nacho Lovers alongside “Deeper” remixers Azari & III.
Tomorrow night (6/2) Telephoned will be rocking Glasslands in Brooklyn as part of the Musebox 4th Anniversary party, along with Tobacco and free PBR (not a band name, the beer). Full details here, more T-Phoned summer show info coming very soon!
Following a gallery tour across the US, Dust La Rock’s “Occult Of Personality” video project finally makes it’s way home to BK (along with the rest of Scion’s Installation 6) launching at Eastern District on Friday, June 4th. Full details here, and for a taste of what’s in store check this teaser / interview vid.
Check the info here for Billabong’s upcoming Design For Humanity benefit, featuring Kid Sister, Fischerspooner, Classixx, Pase Rock and Them Jeans. 100% of this year’s ticket sales and proceeds from art show and product collaboration auction sales are being donated to Invisible Children, an organization raising awareness and funds for families affected by the long-standing war in Uganda, Africa.
On a weekend off from the Scion Radio tour, Donnis hits Los Angeles for some shows. Tonight (5/21) it’s going down at PYT @ Jimmy’s Lounge, then Tuesday (5/25) Dim Mak Tuesdays @ Cinespace get treated to a blast of “Gone” and more. Full size flyers for both after the jump. Head on out! Read More
It’s a mini-Mad Fools this weekend, with our own Treasure Fingers and Nick Catchdubs taking over the decks for Webster Hall’s Friday night festivities (recent recipient of a New York mag shout) while Mad Decent spitfire Maluca rocks it live as only she can. The party is $1 before midnight with RSVP, don’t miss it!
The Scion Radio 17 tour featuring Donnis, Bart B More, Skeet Skeet and Gina Turner kicks off tonight in Tampa before heading on to Minneapolis, Bloomington, Salt Lake City and Oklahoma City throughout the month. Click here to RSVP for free, do not sleep friends!
Check our friend (and Slow Roast co-founder) Kill The Noise in NYC this Friday (5/14) rocking alongside Nick Catchdubs, DJ Ayres and Jubilee at their Flashing Lights party. It’s all going down once again at 88 Palace in Chinatown, RSVP now!