Alex Burkat is a regular on the Mister Saturday Night dancefloor. Early one morning, after a night of dancing at 12-turn-13, he sent us ‘Shower Scene,’ a triumphant song full of strings and things. Eamon and Justin liked it so much that they decided to do their own version, a dreamier take on the original; and to complete the package, Alex added ‘Ammadomyownthing,’ a slamming, way-off-kilter monster of a track.
It’s a family affair. Justin and Eamon are joined by Anthony Naples at the House of Yes. Otherwise it’s the usual drill: $10 before midnight with an RSVP to email@example.com; $15 otherwise; with strong suggestions for you to get a ticket in advance.
Don’t let our brevity fool you. Even though we’ve got a routine, we still keep it special every time. We’ll see you soon…
The Mister’s back for the second week in a row. This time we’re at 12-turn-13, perhaps the best party place known to man (certainly known to New York City), with Eamon, Justin and our very special guest, James Holden. James is an ace DJ.
Beer’s free for the first hour of the evening; we’ll set up the bagel bar around 4am; it’s $15 to get in before midnight with an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org; and it’s $20 otherwise. Advance tickets are always a good idea: an RSVP doesn’t guarantee admission, and the party’s filled to capacity every time we’ve done it since May of last year.
****Alright, folks. Fifty tickets on the door tonight at 10pm, and then they’re gone. If you can’t make it early, we’ll open doors again at 2am.****
It’s been almost two months since we got down in Brooklyn. Too long.
Our first party back is a family affair. Alex Burkat and Dark Sky – the next two artists to release records on the Mister label – are joining Eamon and Justin for a night of trading records on the big blue soundsystem at the House of Yes.
We’ll bring the disco ball, you bring your appetite for dancing. (We’ll try to fix the smoke machine in between now and then. Anyone know where to fix a smoke machine?)
Beer’s free for the first hour of the evening; it’s $10 to get in before midnight with an RSVP to email@example.com; and it’s $15 otherwise. Advance tickets are a good idea as well, as an RSVP doesn’t guarantee admission, and the party’s filled to capacity every time we’ve done it since May of last year.