It’s time for another indoor Mister Sunday.
It’s the usual drill at 12-turn-13. There are plenty of windows to let the sunshine in, and there’s plenty of room on the rooftop to catch some crisp air in between dances.
We’ll have local food spot, Anderson’s 1949, serving up food, and we’ll have tables and chairs throughout the space at 3pm to hang and chat before we clear them out and crank the music up to get the dancefloor going.
The party goes to 9pm, and it costs $15; but we have a limited amount of $10 early bird tickets. You can get your tickets on our RA page. You can also RSVP at mistersaturdaynight.com/rsvp and get there before 5pm to get in for $10.
We’re looking forward to seeing you in the sunshine again.
Boya is Davin Conaty, a young musician from the Northwest of Ireland. He grew up playing classical piano and trombone, which he left behind at the age of sixteen to play drums in a punk band. Now he’s moved onto machines – and somehow he’s managed to extract as much feeling from them as live instruments. This is his first EP on vinyl. We are proud to present it.
The record comes out on November 25, 2013. You can listen to clips below, and you can pre-order the record over at the store.
It’s been a while since we’ve done our own party in London – over a year, in fact.
Which is why we’re very happy to announce that we’re taking over Dalston’s Dance Tunnel this coming Saturday for a proper Mister Saturday Night with a local promotional assistance from the fine gentlemen at Black Atlantic. Tickets available here.
And the night before we’ll be making our Manchester debut at the Soup Kitchen for Work Them. Tickets for that one can be picked up here.
This instagram video (courtesy of Christian Svanes Kolding – thanks Christian!) captures the energy, chaos and emotion of the last song on September 8, 2013, the last Mister Sunday ever at Gowanus Grove. You can listen to the live recording of Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter from the final two hours on our soundcloud below . The recording comes direct from the mixer and from a mic perched in the poplar trees of Gowanus Grove (which, sadly, are no more) and captures the final moments of the parties days at a very special space. Long live Mister Sunday.
A quick round up of some recent interviews with Justin and Eamon.
Justin chats with the French blog, High Five, after the September 2013 Mister tour. Eamon chats with Skiddle in the UK before the Mister’s debut in Manchester and with Ad Hoc, a blog focusing on DIY culture. And both Eamon and Justin answer a few questions for the Hugo Boss eMag website.