Join us Saturday June 24th at 2pm-4pm for an exciting evening celebrating the launch of the new book: The Beat, The Scene, The Sound: A DJ’s Journey Through the Rise, Fall and Rebirth of House Music in New York City by DJ Disciple. The after party scheduled from 4pm-10pm is postponed due to rainy weather on Saturday! Stay tuned for the new date!
DJ Disciple, based in Brooklyn, NY, has toured the world over a forty-year career, playing venues such as Studio 54 in New York, Ministry of Sound in London, and Cream in Ibiza. His GRAMMY-nominated track “Caught Up” reached #1 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in 2002 and was later featured in the Showtime series Queer as Folk. He won an ARIA music award for his remix of Steven Allkins’ “The Bass Has Got Me Movin.’” Visit his website here.
Jamara Wakefield‘s film and podcast, Black House Black Joy about the New Jersey House Music Community is currently in post production. She is a graduate of The New School for Public Engagement and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Follow her on twitter here.
The after party scheduled from 4pm-10pm is postponed due to rainy weather on Saturday! Stay tuned for the new date!
Don’t miss your chance to celebrate the enduring legacy of house music in New York City with one of its most legendary DJs. This event is free and open to the public and join us for an unforgettable evening.