During these times of family gatherings and feasting, Giant Step along with Turntables on the Hudson want to wish you a happy holiday and ask you to join us in giving thanks for all that makes our lives beautiful!
On Friday Nov 27 at the Sullivan Room, DJ Nickodemus and Nappy G will be rocking the decks in a benefit event for NextAid, so come and dance that turkey induced lethargy off.
Giant Step is proud to present for our next installment in the Hudson Series; The Martinez Brothers. Even though these boys are young, they certainly have earned a reputation as the party starters when it comes to house music. Catch them at Hudson on Monday 11/30.
356 W 58th St.
New York, NY 10019
7-11pm, 21+ with ID
Earlier this year, on April 4th, 2009, Numero Group mounted the first Eccentric Soul Revue, packing Chicago's Park West Theater with soul-hungry acolytes, satisfying them and then some with the real thing; the triple-header of R&B: the soul revue.
If you live in New York, Numero Group, with the help of The Bowery Presents, is bringing the soul revue to the City, for one night only, at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg this Friday. Taking cues from Stax’s European tour in 1967, Numero’s Eccentric Soul Revue will feature one tight backing band -- JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound -- with a revolving cast of singers to include Syl Johnson, The Notations, Renaldo Domino and Missy Dee.. An interactive slideshow will be projected behind the artists, showcasing photos and ephemera from Chicago’s forgotten soul history.
Tickets are still available via The Bowery Presents. If you purchased tickets to the just-canceled Thursday, November 12th show at Grand Ballroom already, they will be honored at Friday's date.
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Alex Barck, member of the Berlin-based DJ/producer collective Jazzanova, returns to NYC with his superb mix of soulful deep house, drum & bass, boogie, hip-hop, latin and soul. Jazzanova is one of the foremost proponents of the nu-jazz and house styles of music, gaining recognition as innovative remixers for a vast number of acts including Ian Pooley, Incognito, 4 Hero and Masters at Work.