After a couple months in the making, and a years wait since the last mix release from Bottom Forty’s founder, NARK, comes the release of Night Moves. An exclusive mix for Decibel Festival and a buildup to our first Decibel showcase on Wednesday 9.25.13 with Ejeca, Pillowtalk, Riff-Raff and Pavone (RSVP HERE). This is Decibel’s opening showcase, pick up your tickets before it sells out! There’s more info after the jump below, but until then pop on and download Night Moves (recommended for some intimate afterhours…).
1. Borderline- Stay
2. Acterbahn d’Amour- Cardbox
3. Mash- Style is the Answer
4. Tornado Wallace- Thinking Allowed
5. DJ Pierre- Genesis Wave
6. Omar S- Ready My Black Asz
7. Crimea X- Floordance Track (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
8. In Flagranti- Effective Placebo Affect
9. The Revenge- MWI
10. Jacques Renault- Back To You (Fantastic Man Remix)
11. Stingray313- NKKK4_2
12. Chelonis R. Jones- 23$ Life (Toby Tobias Instrumental)
13. Tone of Arc- Goodbye Horses
More about the official Bottom Forty / Decibel showcase below…
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One of the hardest parts about spending two weeks in New York is that some of my favorite people were playing music somewhere every night, and among pumping out my own gigs and general exhaustion, my fear of missing out kept me on the streets of Manhattan night by night. No adventure out on my own, however, could have given me more of an eargasm than hitting up Cielo (pictured above) and it’s sexy sexy soundsystem.
After whisking around the upper west side a bit, and maybe a few too many tequila shots, I emerged from a cab in the Meatpacking District in a sea of girls in flowing dresses with their loose fitting denim boyfriends, everyone was shiny with a layer of grease on another hot muggy New York night, but there were no complaints after what I imagine was a long winter. I found my way into Cielo and was quickly greeted by one of my favorite smiling faces around, Jacques Renault– oh, did I mention Jacques, Justin Miller AND Tornado Wallace were the gents behind this soundsystem tonight? Quickly swept into the dj booth and handed a drink, Jacques, Justin and Luey (Tornado) were in a whiskey fueled tag team session, Justin was playing this song and I danced with the DJ girlfriends until the lights came on.
As any proper night, it ended in sunrise bagels in Brooklyn and me finding my way back to Bushwick in broad drunken daylight. After the jump below, Justin and Jacques share some new releases with us, including Justin’s new label release uploaded to Soundcloud just for us at Bottom Forty, and I’ll share my favorite Tornado Wallace track, a secret weapon I’ve been using to kick a few dancefloors square in the balls lately.