WAHGWONTWON DJ PARTY (12am free), Monsters On The Horizon, Imitation Crab, Conversing with Oceans, Whatever We Are, Robbie Chemical

Beach Party by Legends Only (11PM FREE)

Pop Dance Party!

Monsters On The Horizon

Don’t let right wing pundits convince you that the voice of the artist isn’t crucial in times of political turmoil. Art is a renowned tool of resistance and Trap/Rock/Rap group Monsters On The Horizon are joining the age-old tradition of using music to challenge the status quo. This group is creating an alternative lane for ‘Art x Music x Connection’ by subverting traditions in music relating to production and marketing. Taking a page from the likes of Daft Punk and The Gorillaz, the group wear masks to conceal their identities in our current age of social media and over-exposure. The mystery surrounding the group adds to an existing allure built on a reputation of releasing albums on Halloween and Friday the 13th.

Imitation Crab

Pop-punk cover band.

Conversing with Oceans

"Born in Russia & grew up in the Bronx. I make music to bridge distant worlds--those within and those oceans apart."
Conversing with Oceans is the indie music project of Alex Bondarev. The band consists of Bondarev, guitarist Christopher Ragone, bassist John Endico, and drummer Danny Castro

4 different creatures/friends/turned band/turned roomates/living in a house together making music out of our living room being Whatever the fuck We Are.

Robbie Chemical

ROBBIE CHEMICAL IS A BROOKLYN BASED ARTIST AND PRODUCER. HE HAS BEEN PERFORMING PROFESSIONALLY FOR OVER 15 YEARS AND HAS PLAYED ALONG SIDE SUCH NATIONALLY TOURING ARTISTS AS CAGE THE ELEPHANT, NEON TREES AND THE BAND PERRY.

ROBBIE RELEASED HIS DEBUT ALBUM “TANUKI SUIT” IN 2016 AND IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON HIS NEXT FULL-LENGTH ALBUM, WHICH WILL BE RELEASED IN THE FALL OF 2018. HIS SOUND HAS BEEN DESCRIBED AS A POP CONSCIOUS FUSION OF EARLY 90’S GRUNGE ROCK AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC. HE CURRENTLY WRITES, PRODUCES AND ENGINEERS ALL HIS OWN MUSIC.

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