Yup, we’re a little late, but get fucking ready for a month long celebration of music in NYC. Yesterday marked the beginning of a series of insane events, only made possible by the culture experts and party starters over at Red Bull Music Academy.
The next waste worthy installment is the FOUR CORNER OF THE CLASH party which features a killer lineup of Just Blaze, Trouble & Bass, Que Bajo, Max Glazer & Kenny Meez (Federation Sound).
Things got a little heated the last time they brought crews together at the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy Culture Clash. This year, the Thai fried chicken at Baby’s All Right might be the hottest item on the menu. The hip Williamsburg barstaurant and event space will see the clashers reunite as friends and not as opponents. Though space will be tight, you can be part of the fun either way by tuning into the livestream straight outta Brooklyn. More deets after the jump.
Apologies for the disruption to your usual browsing of Wastechester, BUT FUCKING HELL! LOOK AT ALL THOSE ARTISTS! We’re ready to pack our bags and fuck off to Mysterland next month. Come and party with us for whats sure to be the messiest weekend of the spring. We’ll be on a mighty quest to get massacred in a field while some DJs are on. We’re also working our way through our massive festival checklist after the jump AND SO SHOULD YOU!
Are any of you coming to see Jessie Andrews or LOUISAHHH!!! tonight and tomorrow at Slake, NYC? Of course you are because you’re not a total clown shoe. But if you are the biggest jerk in New York and still need convincing, there’s some very sexy reasons why you should come and get messy after the jump. What the fuck else are you going to do on Friday and Saturday night? Nothing is going to be as fun as these parties. Promise. All the deets are in the flyers after the jump.
Daft Punk’s first planned public concert in seven years has been called off, after a proposal to play on private land adjacent to the Devils Tower National Monument in Crook County, Wyoming, was rejected. That’s because Devils Tower is a sacred site to 24 different Native American tribes, and “that would be considered sacrilegious,” said a superintendent for the monument. More after the jump.