Mister Saturday Night Radio: Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter on NTS

Originally broadcast on NTS on March 28, 2014 from New York City. Almost all of the tracks are IDed by Eamon and Justin during the show, so just keep your ears peeled if you want to know what tune you’re listening to.

No Mister This Sunday. But Don’t Worry.

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Hey, folks. We’re canceling this weekend’s Mister Sunday at 12-turn-13. If you bought a ticket, you’ll get a refund very soon. And don’t worry. We’ll have a make-up date before you know it. We just posted Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter’s mix from May 26 at Gowanus Grove, so you can at least get your musical fix this week.

Y’all keep warm, and we’ll see you soon.

Long Live Mister Sunday

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.

5 Hours of Eamon Harkin from Mister Sunday


A live recording from Mister Sunday on August 4th this year. Eamon played solo from beginning to end as Justin took a weekend off and we caught the whole set on tape. Here it is unedited just as it happened, clocking in at almost 5 hours. We hope you like it. Eamon is happy to respond to any track ID requests in the Soundcloud timeline if he can remember what the tracks are!

P.S. Justin played the next Mister Sunday on Aug 11 solo but recording issues meant his set was not captured. We’ll aim to get a solo set up from Mister Carter in the near future.


Live from Mister Sunday


MSNA live recording from Justin and Eamon playing back to back for the final two hours (7-9pm) at Mister Sunday on June 30th, 2013. The recording comes direct from the mixer and from a mic perched in the poplar trees of Gowanus Grove. We hope you like it. We’ll happily respond to all requests for track names.