Mister Saturday Night Records is releasing a special mix by Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter called Weekends and Beginnings. It’s an 18-track mix that was recorded live at Mister Sunday in late August. It’s out now almost everywhere (except for Japan, when the release date is December 10th).
You can buy physical copies at the Mister Store and, if you’re on the other side of the pond, from our friends at Phonica. It’s also available digitally on iTunes and such.
Here’s the tracklisting:
01. Le Chanteur – La Passion des Collines**
02. Terrence Jerome – Believe**
03. Alice Smith – Love Endeavor (Maurice Fulton Remix)
04. Nebraska – Green Marimba
05. Cobblestone Jazz – Traffic Jam
06. Mr. G – Daily Prayer
07. Anthony Parasole/Elgato – Quickstrike/Zone
08. Caribou – Leave House (Motor City Drum Ensemble Remix)
09. Adesse Versions – Modal
10. Jasper Street Company – Solid Ground (Tommy Musto Remix)
11. House of Gypsies – Another Worry
12. Lord Nelson – Shango (Daniel Haaksman and DJ Beware Remix)
13. DJ Duke – Sun Beats
14. Jurgen Paape – Take That
15. Ike Release – Phazzled
16. Recloose – Can’t Take It (Herbert’s Some Dumb Dub)
17. Bassclef – Ghost Kicks In The Spiral
18. Sam Orwell – Secret Nothings**
**The songs with the stars are only on the CD version of the mix. Everything else will be available on the digital version. We’ll also do a vinyl sampler of select cuts in January.
The boys are hitting the road in Europe to support Weekends and Beginnings (and because it’s fun to go on tour). Here are the dates. Tell your homies in the motherland.
November 6th / Eamon and Justin at Chalet, Berlin
November 7th / Eamon and Justin at Wire, Leeds
November 8th / Eamon and Justin at Soup Kitchen, Manchester
November 9th / Mister Sunday with Eamon and Justin at Oval Space, London
November 12th / Justin at Art School, Glasgow
November 14th / Eamon and Justin at Concrete, Paris
November 15th / Eamon and Justin at Underbron, Stockholm
Melja is Nathan Ifergan, a producer from Maisons-Alfort in France. Too young to attend our nighttime parties on his last visit (sorry, dude), he came in contact with the world of Mister Saturday Night at Co-Op 87, a great little record store in Greenpoint. Inspired by what he heard on wax, he made three jams that fit perfectly into the party. Eamon and Justin have been caning them for months. They work every time.
The EP lands September 22nd. You can pre-order it at store.mistersaturdaynight.com. Previews are down below.
After a long, hot summer of outdoor parties in Brooklyn, Misters Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter return to London for a second edition of Mister Sunday at Oval Space. The boys will play tunes to get you warmed up while you play ping pong and snack on food from local purveyors; we’ll draw the curtains to let sun stream on to the dancefloor; and we’ll set up the merch stand for tee shirts and records, just like we do in Brooklyn.
Black Atlantic, who are our on-the-ground partners in London, have the full details. We hope to see you there.
We’re teaming up with our friends over at Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg to throw a party in Central Park. On Friday evening, September 19, from 5pm to 9pm at SummerStage, we’ll set up the big, blue soundsysterm, drop Eamon and Justin into the DJ booth, and the Flea will roll in a veritable, uh, smorgasbord of excellent food.
Among the food purveyors are Ramen Burger, El Super Tostadas, and Mile End. Plus Brooklyn Soda Works (our favorite) will be supplying non-boozey beverages, and the Brooklyn Flea folks will run a trusty beer and wine bar. Best part about this one? It’s free.
If you haven’t been there before, Central Park SummerStage is relatively close to the 5th Avenue and 72nd Street entrance of the park. Here’s a map.
Whether in Central Park or Industry City, we’ll see you on the dancefloor soon.