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Moby + Quintron + Burning Down The House: The Story of CBGB

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FRIDAY 24

Moby

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An intimate pre-performance cocktail party with award-winning recording artist, Moby. Hear advance tracks from his forthcoming album, meet and greet, and enjoy a sneak-preview of his new music video directed by David Lynch. Enjoy Moby’s first ever ambient/electronic set at 8:00 pm.

Issue Project Room at the Old American Can Factory, 232 3rd St at Third Ave, Gowanus, Brooklyn, 718-330-0313, 6:30pm listening party w/Moby $100, 8pm DJ Set $15, www.myspace.com/moby

Quintron + Psychedelic Horseshit + Wizzard Sleeve

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One-man, multi-instrumental band Quintron bring New Orleans style, swamp-tech indie to the Big Apple. Mr. Quintron is often accompanied by The Drum Buddy, a rotating, light-activated analog synthesizer that he made himself, the Hammond organ, a Fender Rhodes for bass beats, and his mistress Miss Pussycat. It’s a total pretty mess!

Market Hotel, 1142 Myrtle Ave at Broadway, Bushwick, Brooklyn, 8pm, $10, www.myspace.com/mrquintron

Tribeca Film Festival

Burning Down The House: The Story of CBGB

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Fueled by vintage performances by the likes of Patti Smith, Talking Heads, Television, Bad Brains, and The Ramones, this doc charts the history and far-reaching influence of iconic downtown club CBGB and its fight for survival against the Bowery homeless shelter that sought to shut it down. Sonic Youth, Debbie Harry, Ice-T, Fab 5 Freddy, and others share their passion for the anything-goes spirit of the club and its founder, Hilly Kristal.

www.tribecafilm.com

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