Watch Hey Qween’s ADAM JOSEPH Get Sexual Healing in “Bye Felicia”
Fri, 18/01/19 – 15:00 | No Comment

The QWEEN of The Bitch Track, Adam Joseph (and Hey Qween music producer) is sorta showing her softer side on new track Bye Felicia. The R&B ballad, that recounts a situation where a boy she was dating ended up cheating on her with a stripper, is an all TOO familiar tale that any queen who’s visited The Cock in NYC can testify to. So, I guess […]

Read the full story »
ralph lauren pas cher ralph lauren uk sale louis vuitton handbags ralph lauren pas cher Christian Louboutin shoes Christian Louboutin shoes
ARTISTS

FEATURES

MUSIC

MX QWERRRK

WOT’S UP!

Home » WOT'S UP!

Editor’s Picks!!!… 09.26-09.28

Submitted by on Thursday, 25 September 2008No Comment

Friday 09.26

Lust For Life! Detroit Skate Party

DJ Marshallito and MC/poet The Polorican Alarm host an homage to Detroit inspired sounds- from motown to rock, and electro to deep house. The twist is it’s all happening on skates! Bring your boogie hot pants, sequined head bands, and knee pads (dirty girls!!!) for a bit of rockin and rollin.

Dreamland Roller Rink, 3052 W 21st St at the Coney Island Boardwalk, Coney Island, Brooklyn, 800-362-5116, 7pm, $12, www.dreamlandrollerrink.com

Kyle Baker

Acclaimed author and illustrator Kyle Baker reads from his graphic novel Nat Turner: Volume Two: Revolution. This edition features all four issues of Baker’s miniseries depicting the evils of slavery and the slave rebellion.

Barnes & Noble, 396 Sixth Ave at 8th St, 212-674-8780, 7:30pm, free, www.kylebaker.com

Thurston Moore and Byron Coley

Authors Moore and Coley recount the collision of art and punk in the New York underground of 1976-1980 in new book No Wave: Post-Punk Underground New York– an in depth look at punk rock, new wave, experimental music, and the avant-garde art movement. Luminaries James Chance, Lydia Lunch, Glenn Branca, David Byrne, Debbie Harry, and Richard Hell are highlighted.

Barnes & Noble, 97 Warren St at Greenwich St, 212-587-5389, 7pm, free

My Life With Thrill Kill Kult + Neon Music + The Holocaust

In Celebration of 20 years of decadence, TKK are back in NYC performing an “old school” set of classic industrial elecro songs derived mostly from their Wax Track catalog (1988-1991). Expect hits like Kooler Than Jesus, A Daisy Chain 4 Satan, Sexplosion, and A Girl Doesn’t Get Killed By A Make-Believe Lover…’Cuz It’s Hot.

Club Europa, 98-104 Meserole Ave at Manhattan Ave, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, 718-383-5723, 7pm, $15

Saturday 09.27

La Di Da Di Rock Da Party

John Vargas and Shunda K of potty mouth female hip hop group Yo Majesty collaborate with a new band and DJ series. Performances by Poe Picasso, Mark Mclaughlin, fusion alternative group Planet Ubiquity, and classic rocker Josh Bloom.

Original Sessions Art House at John Street Bar & Grill, 17 John St bet Broadway and Nassau St, 9pm, $10, www.myspace.com/ladidadirocktheparty

The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players + Pleaseeasaur + Anamanaguchi

The indie-vaudeville conceptual art-rock band comprised of mommy, daddy, and 12 y/o baby girl Rachel return with new show. The trio, known for showing vintage slide shows while playing “creative” folk music, have concocted another divinely dysfunctional show…not to be missed!

Knitting Factory Tap Bar, 74 Leonard St bet Broadway and Church St, 212-219-3132, 9pm, $12, www.myspace.com/slideshowplayers

Sunday 09.28

Trip And Go Naked!

Legendary 90s performance artist Otter returns to NYC for one nite only with her original party Trip and Go Naked. Back-in-the-day, Otter was one of the most gloriously outrageous acts around. With installations like the 99cent Bathroom Whore (just imagine), and the What Would You Do for $50 contest, Lady Otter kept the Pyramid club at the top of the list of alternative nightlife. Tonight re-unites some of the original “talents”…Justin Bond, The World Famous *BOB*, Poison Eve, Hattie Hathaway, Michael “Formika” Jones, Jessica Rabbit Domination, Trina Rose, and more…Where’s Johanna Constantine???

The Slipper Room, 167 Orchard St at Stanton St, 212-253-7246, 8:30pm, www.backyardballroom.com

Leave a comment!

Add your comment below, or trackback from your own site. You can also subscribe to these comments via RSS.

Be nice. Keep it clean. Stay on topic. No spam.

You can use these tags:
<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

This is a Gravatar-enabled weblog. To get your own globally-recognized-avatar, please register at Gravatar.