Photos from the foam party and OUTPOST1 halloween on the tumblr.
Not safe for work.
(Bonus round, the lovely Chau Mui’s photos from the foam party.)
Keep Albany Boring is turning 1! In honor, this months OUTPOST1 is dedicated to us! We’ve got our buddy Knomad joining the OUTPOST1 residents Deep Children and Party With Tina this Friday at Fuze Box. Starts at 10pm and is free until 12pm for the 21+ crowd (18+ is still normal, sorry babies). Also, it’s happy hour prices all night. Oh god.
And here’s some sounds to help you through your Monday and to get you ready for Friday. See you there!
You should strongly consider copping his OUTPOST1 Warm-up Mix on Mediafire since Soundcloud won’t let us upload it. Or stream his other newest mix below.
Party With Tina:
THERE+BACK Promo Mix — Party With Tina by ents
It has naturally developed as standard procedure for us OUTPOST1 party plannin’ folks to provide for you some background info on our headlining guests, usually in the form of an exclusive mix tape and a Q+A profile, as distributed for both pre-game and educational purposes. Perhaps, this time next year, you can look forward to holographic OUTPOST1 trading cards based off of the DJ profiles I curate — that’d be dope, right? — But for this month’s, it was more fitting (and fun) to have an informational and laid-back conversation instead of compiling “fun facts” and the like, so I phoned in with the man himself, Joe Nice.
Friday, both WCDB and the Fuze Box respectably, will play host to Joe Nice, alongside Dwell and residents Deep Children and Party With Tina. As Andrew intro’d in earlier in the week, Joe Nice is universally credited for being North America’s ambassador to dubstep. Joe Nice’s trading card would share with you the following information: he has been in the game since before there was even a label for the dubstep genre, he founded DubWar, which was the first dubstep party in America back in ’05, (and went 5 years strong), is a founding DJ on Baltimore’s GourmetBeats radio, was the first American DJ to play on RINSEFM, first American to play DMZ and the first American to play FWD. Joe Nice currently is behind the new series RECONSTRVCT down in Brooklyn, which carries the tagline “low frequency with decency”, alongside fellow DubWar resident Dave Q and Truenature, and also was the US debut for Deep Medi producer V.I.V.E.K, this past July.
I spoke with Joe Nice yesterday for almost an hour on the phone and our conversation began with us both joking that I had no idea what to ask him. Bassfaced did an interview with Joe that was absolutely on par and covered all grounds that I’d want to cover. Do yourself a favor and read it. Anyway, Joe wasn’t all talked out following that interview and I felt like our conversation flew by in a bass-driven heartbeat.
It’s almost go time! This month’s OUTPOST1 is here on Friday! We’ve got an enormous guest coming from Baltimore to help tear the Fuze Box down. Joe Nice is universally credited for being North America’s ambassador to dubstep. Dude has been in the scene since before there was even a label for the genre. Keeping on with these nutty claims, he founded DubWar, the first dubstep party in America in ’05. He’s also the first American DJ to play on RINSEFM, first American to play DMZ and the first American to play FWD. Dang.
Even with the explosion of “American Dubstep” (which is usually just electro midrange chainsaw noises) Joe Nice is making moves to keep furthering the sound of real dubstep. With the tagline “low frequency with decency”, RECONSTRVCT is a new series in Bushwick for the real dubstep heads, catering to the open, airy and deep sound of true dubstep. You find out more about this event (and a ton about Joe) in an interview Bassfaced did with Joe Nice last month.
Hi folks. My name is Looney, I make beats and sometimes a little later I play them at parties. I am half of Deep Children. Have you wanted to listen to a Deep Children mixtape? If not, maybe skip reading the rest of this post. But if you have, then today is a happy day for you. Mixtapes from either of us have been long overdue so here’s one I did to make your Monday less shitty. If you click the play button, located below, you may discover: some juke tunes, a li’l dubstep, and maybe a couple original beats. The tracklist is mostly Hype Party Music so please take caution in putting it on around cranky or tired people. Also it has some swears in it.
Tracklist after the jump