Something I Learned Today

Dead Flowers Productions proudly presents Something I Learned Today: An All-Star Tribute To Hüsker Dü to benefit New York Cares.

The singers: Mick Collins (The Dirtbombs), Erica Stolz (Sanhedrin), Joey Plunkett (Country Westerns), Anthony Roman (Radio 4), Eric Davidson (New Bomb Turks), Kevin Egan (Beyond), Sohrab Habibion (Obits/Savak), Michael Jaworski (Savak), Leah Beth Fishman (PMS & The Mood Swings/Habibi), Jason Byers (Disengage), Zach Lipez (Publicist UK), Zohra Atash (Azar Swan), and Vinny Carriero (Action Park). The band: Jeff Kaplan (Two Man Advantage/Too Many Voices), Aaron Pagdon (Two Man Advantage/Action Park) and Benjamin Howard Smith (The Brought Low/Sweet Diesel).

Plus: Brooklyn's own Moral Panic and DJ TomDash (WFMU).

Advance tickets on sale here (fees included)

Saturday, December 10th at Union Pool
484 Union Avenue, Brooklyn U.S.A.
Doors at 7pm. 21+ with ID.

Poster by Morning Breath

Something To Explain

Mr. Lee (and The Stranger) will be spinning 45s at the record release show for Brooklyn maximum rock'n'soul band The High Stride.

Saturday, October 15th at Banter
132 Havemeyer, Brooklyn U.S.A.
7PM. $10 cover. 21+ with ID.

Get Out In The Light

Mr. Lee is the guest DJ at this Saturday’s The Kids Are Alright party, a monthly all-ages daytime shindig at the great TV Eye in Ridgewood.

This month’s event is a fundraiser in support of the PS68 music program; donations collected during the party will help with the effort to bring music education to the students at the school. 

Saturday, August 6th at TV Eye
 1647 Weirfield Street, Ridgewood, NY
3PM. No cover, (donations accepted). All-ages.

Jump for Joy!

After a long hiatus, Mr. Lee (Going In Style Sound System/Modern Needs) returns to the wheels of steel for a daytime set of strictly reggae'n'soul at Banter, located in scenic Brooklyn U.S.A.

The event is to celebrate a very cool kid's graduation, but is open to one and all so come on out and make the scene

Saturday, June 18th at Banter
132 Havemeyer, Brooklyn U.S.A.
Kicks off at 2pm. No cover!

The Fix It!

"My father wanted a celebration of his life and legacy. No depressing funeral dirges for him, no way! Only positivity, love, music and dancing. This is our chance to give him the fiesta he dreamed of, to send him back out into the universe with style! Adios Papa, we will all see you on the Heaviside where all the cool cats go. Viva La Raza!" -Aram Delgado

Dead Flowers Productions and Know Your Product present The Fix It!, a dance party celebration of the life of Emilio "Luis" Delgado and a fundraiser for The Bayard Rustin Center For Social Justice.

Two sets of live soul from The Freddy DeBoe Band (The Dap Kings, Charles Bradley, Lee Fields, James Hunter), plus DJ action from Mr. Fine Wine (Downtown Soulville/WFMU), One Mint Julep (WFMU), and Mikey Post (Daptone Recors, The Jay Vons, Reigning Sound).

Saturday, April 23rd at TV Eye
 1647 Weirfield Street, Ridgewood, NY
8PM. $10* (advance tickets available here). 21+ with ID.

* All proceeds go to The Bayard Rustin Center For Social Justice