Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin live at Mister Sunday in Industry City on Sunday, July 20. Completely independent of the mixing desk, this set was captured by a microphone perched in a tree just off the dancefloor.
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.
In case you didn’t know, Mister Sunday is going through September, probably even into October. Indian summer or sweater weather, we’ll be dancing. This Sunday we’ve got a really special treat: Justin takes over the turntables from 3pm to 9pm. Gonna be goooooood. Tickets for this Sunday and all the other parties in September are here.
This Sunday, Yale Evelev is playing some records from his amazing collection for the first hour-and-a-half of the party. Yale runs Luaka Bop, a label that’s been responsible for putting out an incredible array of excellent music over the past twenty-five years. (Os Mutantes, William Oneyabor, Shuggie Otis, Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt, Susana Baca, David Byrne.) He’s also been a musical mentor to Justin and is a generally great guy. We’re excited to have him.