Fri Nov 2 2012

11:00 PM (Doors 11:00 PM)

Webster Hall

125 East 11th St. New York, NY 10003

Ages 19+

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ADVANCED
*Please note that all ticket sales are final and not refundable

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Please call (917) 302-0847 with any questions or email
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Webster Hall
Girls + Boys featuring The Bloody Beetroots with Kissy Sellout + NOBODY BEATS THE DRUM + Alex English + rekLES

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Girls + Boys

    Girls + Boys

    Dance

    Without doubt the biggest electronic party in New York city is Girls and Boys - the 2000+ people party that features some of the biggest and most cutting edge names in dance music such as MSTRKRFT, Justice, deadmau5, Simian Mobile Disco, Vitalic, A-Trak, Crookers, Bloody Beetroots, Boys Noize, Rusko, Neon Indian and many, many more. Every Friday for well over a year, the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall has been transformed into a packed room of electro kids, hands in the air in appreciation of the throbbing distorted bass and electronic beats that have altered the landscape of dance music in America over the last few years.

  • The Bloody Beetroots

    Dance

    Signed to celebrity DJ Steve Aoki's Dim Mak label and often compared stylistically to French electro superstars Justice, the Bloody Beetroots -- technically a solo project of one Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, who is assisted on-stage and behind the decks by Tommy Tea -- generated significant buzz in the music blogosphere with remixes and production work. The Italian duo's masked appearance ?? la Daft Punk also garnered media attention. The Bloody Beetroots began establishing themselves as a performance act in early 2008 with a short American tour that included a stop at South by Southwest as well as numerous club gigs in Los Angeles, where they appeared alongside Aoki. Following a handful of EPs, the Bloody Beetroots' first album, Romborama, was released in 2009. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi

  • Kissy Sellout

    Kissy Sellout

    Dance

    Kissy Sell Out is a British DJ/remixer/producer who established himself quickly in England's underground dance scene, mostly for his remixes, many of which are Internet-circulated bootleg mash-ups of popular songs. Born Thomas Bisdee and originating from Essex, Kissy Sell Out began his prolific remix and production output in 2006. The San City High label released a few of his own productions, including "Her" and "Permanent Record," but for the most part, he concentrated on remixes, including a few for the Fat Fox label ("Girls in Hats" and "Raw" by the Loose Cannons; "The Mistake" by Bleach Eating Pimps). This early work, as well as his DJ performances attracted major-label interest, and in 2007 he was commissioned to remix tracks by All Saints ("Chick Fit"), Gwen Stefani ("Wind It Up"), Mark Ronson ("Stop Me"), Dragonette ("Take It Like a Man"), Groove Armada ("Song 4 Mutya"), and Sugababes ("About You Now"). Also in 2007 he signed to Lavolta Records, which released the "Her" single, and he saw Hooj Choons release a limited-edition 12" of his Human League remix, "The Things That Dreams Are Made Of." His profile continued to grow in 2008, thanks in part to increasing demand for his DJ performances and his continuing output as a remixer/producer. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi

  • NOBODY BEATS THE DRUM

    NOBODY BEATS THE DRUM

    Dance

    Nobody Beats The Drum are in the front line of Dutch electronic dance music. The three-piece electro outfit consists of Sjam Sjamsoedin, Jori Collignon, and Rogier van der Zwaag sharing the stage. While Sjam and Jori produce all the music Rogier produces all the video projections. Together, the trio delivers a uniquely unforgettable live audio/visual experience that has brought them high praise from trendsetters such as Kanye West, Vice Magazine and more. NBTD
    made their way to North America in 2012 for the finest in independent and electronic music gatherings, including SXSW, Ultra Music Festival, Sasquatch Music Festival, and Electric Forest.

    To fully appreciate their fusion of breaks, electro, hip-hop and every other form of music that whips a crowd up into a sweaty, writhing heap of body parts, it's best to see NBTD live where the pounding music is enhanced by their one-of-a kind over-the-top visuals.

    Known for years as the most exciting electronic act in The Netherlands, NBTD introduced the next level to their live stage-setup at the 2011 Amsterdam Dance Event, the Amazing 333'' TeleNovem Automaton, a bombastic 9 screen installation on which Rogier's live visual art is mapped and projected while Sjam and Jori simultaneously let the music explode. In 2012 NBTD will perform music from their pounding second album, Currents, as well as their debut, Beats Work, both of which critically-acclaimed throughout Europe. Accompanied by a stunning visual show mixed live to their music Nobody Beats The Drum is sure to be a name on any EDM fan’s lips across the world in short order.

  • Alex English

    Alex English

    Dance

    DJ/promoter Alex English is a mainstay on the New York club scene. The co-creator of Girls & Boys at Webster Hall, English (who hails from Houston, by the way) has booked everyone from Skrillex to A-Trak to Steve Aoki to play his popular night. Since he keeps such good musical company, it’s no surprise that he’s also quite the DJ, rocking dance floors with his seamless mixing skills.

  • rekLES

    rekLES

    Dance

Webster Hall

Girls + Boys featuring The Bloody Beetroots with Kissy Sellout + NOBODY BEATS THE DRUM + Alex English + rekLES

Fri Nov 2 2012 11:00 PM

(Doors 11:00 PM)

Webster Hall New York NY
Girls + Boys, The Bloody Beetroots, Kissy Sellout, NOBODY BEATS THE DRUM, Alex English, rekLES
  • Event Cancelled.

Ages 19+

[GENERAL ADMISSION]


ADVANCED
*Please note that all ticket sales are final and not refundable

[VIP TABLE RESERVATIONS & PARTY PACKAGE]

Please call (917) 302-0847 with any questions or email
vip@websterhall.com


*ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES