Gilles Peterson set the place on fire last Friday, Jan 29, at Littlefield. Opening for him was Brooklyn’s own, DJ Chris Annibell (Afrokinetic). Check out these photos for some highlights.
Tonight at Littlefield, Gilles Peterson will be making his Brooklyn debut, with special guest DJ Chris Annibell (Afrokinetic). If you already bought your ticket, good job, you’re ahead of the game. If you haven’t, then make sure you arrive early to ensure you get a ticket at the door. A limited number of tickets will go on sale at the door beginning at 10 p.m. In either case make sure you come ready to give that musical itch a good scratch.
622 Degraw St.
Brookly, NY 11217
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We’re just like you: we get put on to the best new artists, the likes of which we might have never heard, by Gilles Peterson and his magical radio shows. Andreya Triana is one of those artists. Her tracks stand out in the latest GPWW (Worldwide Family Mixtape: Sbtrkt) and we searched to find that Andreya is unsurprisingly a Ninja Tune artist.
This is the first single from her forthcoming debut album, Lost Where I Belong, co-written with Fin Greenall (aka Fink) and produced by Simon Green (aka Bonobo).
Gilles Peterson might have toured the whole world on his search for the perfect beat but there are still some places he has not played. He will be making his Brooklyn debut on Friday, January 29th, at Littlefield, along with special guest DJ Chris Annibell, and will be bringing you one of the world’s largest and hottest selections of music in tow. Buy your tickets now and come ready to move!
There is no special guest on the Gilles show this week, but he still gave us 2 solid hours of great music. In his words, much like the latest Robert Glasper album, Double Booked, this week’s show is split in two, starting with heavy jazz and leading into hip hop and soul.
Stream Part 1
Stream Part 2