EYE CANDY FOR STRANGERS FEATURING KING BRITT, JUSTIN PAUL & SEPALCURE
Tickets – http://bit.ly/Brooklyn_Bowl_1110
Eye Candy for Strangers is gearing up for it’s fourth go-round!! This time we’re pairing up with TEDx Brooklyn on November 10th to take Eye Candy to the NEXT LEVEL! With tunes from King Britt, Justin Paul and Sepalcure this is going to be quite a bash.
Brooklyn Bowl, Learned Evolution and Vimeo are calling all video artists to submit motion graphic art, animation, short films, music videos, and VJ visuals of ten minutes or less, via the Eye Candy For Strangers Vimeo Group.
The selected videos will be presented on Brooklyn Bowl’s massive HD projection screens on November 10th. The selected video will also run regularly at future Brooklyn Bowl events!
Submissions for the fourth Eye Candy are due Sunday, November 7th at 9pm.
KING BRITT (http://www.kingbritt.com)
King Britt is a pioneer of all things soulful, rhythmically textured and melodically provocative. This Philadelphia native has found a way to escape the strictures of a single category of music by expressing his creations through deep house, hip-hop, broken beat, nu-jazz, funk and afro-tech. Whether it’s film scoring for Hollywood, rocking a dancefloor in Tokyo or consulting for the leading urban lifestyle brands, there are no limits to what King Britt will do next. – the DJ List
JUSTIN PAUL (http://www.justinpaul.com)
Justin Paul is the founder and creator of Playloop Music™, he’s an acclaimed DJ, educator, producer, remixer, video director/producer and devout music historian. As a touring DJ, Justin has appeared in hundreds of clubs, concerts, festivals and parties between both coasts and around the world. In addition, he has played alongside the likes of Air, Bassnectar, Crystal Method, Deadmau5, DJ Colette, Disco Biscuits, King Britt, Mstrkrft, Orbital, Prodigy, Spongle, Thievery Corporation, Younger Brother, Zero 7 and more.
Sepalcure’s combination of love for bass and 90s house acapellas is the culmination of a cathartic two week collaboration between Machinedrum and Praveen. Their mix of tribal dub, house and two step beats works equally well for both late nights in the club and rainy, introspective nights at home. Detroit techno chords cut through wooden beats, neon synths and dubbed out atmospherics.