It’s our last Mister Sunday of 2015, and it’s happening in London. Eamon and Justin, who’ve each taken a solo turn in the last two London editions of the Mister, will both be on hand for this one.
As usual, we’ll have jerk chicken on the patio, massive windows for the sunset, and plenty of seats and ping pong tables for the hang. Tickets are here. If you’re not in London but have friends there, let ’em know!
We had a great run at Industry City, and more specifically, we had a great last party there. Thanks for braving the cold and dancing with us. It meant a lot to us.
Now, we’re looking forward to a bright future (and a warmer Sunday!). Our last hurrah of the outdoor season is the first hurrah of many at Nowadays, our very own place, built by us with Mister Sunday specifically in mind. (Take note of the springy dancefloor that’s even bigger than the one we had at Industry City!)
This Sunday, we’re doing our last ever party at Industry City. Each week of this outdoor Mister Sunday season, Eamon and Justin (and on two occasions, their guests, Duane Harriott and JD Twitch) opened proceedings with an entire album. We’ve made a playlist of all the albums we could find on Spotify (only six of them weren’t there – good job Spotify!), including the album that Justin’s playing this Sunday to open the last dance at Industry City, Jaga Jazzist’s What We Must.
Here’s the playlist:
And here’s the full list of albums, along with the date the guys played them:
May 24 // RL Burnside, First Recordings May 31 // Ernest Ranglin, Jamaica Jazz June 7 // Salvatore, Tempo June 14 // Meta Meta, Metal Metal June 21 // Mr. Shortstuff and big Joe Williams, Introducing Mr. Shortstuff June 28 // Four Tet, Morning/Evening July 5 // Daedelus, Invention July 12 // Terry Callier, Speak Your Peace July 19 // Spoon, Kill The Moonlight July 26 // Milton Wright, Friends and Buddies August 2 // Outkast, ATLiens August 9 // Reg King, Reg King August 16 // Spiritualized, Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space August 23 // Spiritualized, Pure Phase August 30 // The History of Jazz, Volume 3: Then Came Swing September // Moritz Von Oswald Trio, Fetch September // Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Shahen-Shah September 20 // Upsetters, Super Ape September 27 // Battle Trance, Palace of Wind October 4 // Joseph Spence, Good Morning Mr. Walker October 11 // Rhys Chatham, An Angel Moves Too Fast To See October 18 // Jaga Jazzist, What We Must
This week Eamon will be opening the Mister by playing Rhys Chatham’s ‘An Angel Moves Too Fast To See,’ in full, right as we open the doors at 3pm. This classic record captures Chatham’s dual influences and love of rock and classical minimalism, in a record that was pivotal to the pre-Giuliani downtown art and music scene. Come early to be mesmerized!