EVOLVE – New Years Eve 2009
PLAYLOOP @ Space Island NYE
Playloop Artists: Dave Hughes of Ireland, Justin Paul & Blake LaBounty
10pm – ?am Minimum Age for event: 21+ w/ ID
Presented by: Space Island
Ticket Price: 75.00 * Plus $5.00 Processing Service Fee
613 Imperial St.
Los Angeles CA 90021
Doors open at 10:00pm Open Bar until 1:30am
Friday, December 19th
“Dirty Nightmare Before Christmas”
Justin Paul @ 16bit and Beyond
Hosted by MR CAPARRO, BRADEN & CARLOS DE LA TORRE
16Bit&Beyond returns this Friday, December 19th with our first annual “Dirty Nightmare Before Christmas” Party. We are most excited about what we have to share this time around. Joining us all the way from the city of brotherly love is Justin Paul who will be helping us host the Playloop Record Release Party. Justin will be with us sharing new music from his label. Also joining us will be special performance from the Wandering Marionettes and a very, very special and secret live vocal performance during Braden’s set. Puzz:e Piece will create the visual landscape and Shiho will be kindly greeting each and everyone one of you at the door.
Dirty Nightmare Before Christmas Party
An evening of naughty and nice.
DJ SETS BY:
mr.caparro (16Bit&Beyond – Family Affair – LA)
braden (16Bit&Beyond – Family Affair – LA)
justin paul (Playloop – Pex – PHILA)
SPECIAL RECORD RELEASE PARTY FOR:
playloop records: PLAYLOOPRECORDS.COM
SPECIAL PERFORMANCES BY:
the wandering marionettes: wanderingmarionettes.net
visuals by: puzz:e piece
salutations by: shiho
$15 gets you naughty or nice
We’ll see you all Friday night.
“What Does It Look Like I’m Doing?” and “Wrong Number” features all the glitz and glitter great synthpop is all about. A sparkling synth line matches up with a pulsating beat and flowing lyrics that’s just magic for the ears. “I Won’t Be Hanging Out Anymore” brings some Philly philth into the mix for a dirtier electro sound. “Do You Believe In Angels” is reminiscent of Fischerspooner sans the robots and cheeky shtick, while “N/A” needs no explanation – it’s all about the power of Markie as a frontman. “Immigrant” sounds like it could have easily come from Trent Reznor’s Pretty Hate Machine or Broken. These are only half the tracks on Physcial – ’nuff said.
The Model was started by frontman/lyricist Markie and keyboardists Ziggy, Jason and Johnny as a semi-annual philosophic-pop-costume-party in Philadelphia, and today, it’s pretty much retained some of the pop and dance-ness and ridiculous-ness. The Model inspired by geometry and Russian literature, by Katherine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart, in old black and white photos. It’s as much man as it is machine.
The Model’s debut CD Physical is released November 18, 2009 on Playloop Records