Tired of the self imposed exile after the Whiskey-Leaks affair, our man, DJ LaBoite, got himself on a raft and rowed all the way from Cuba to the Miami shore where he was rescued by the Coast Guard. The man not only was granted ANOTHER green card but he was also able to pick up a few cases of vodka at the Miami Airport Free Shop that he will be giving away for free at The Delancey between 10 to 11pm.
Celebrating the return of DJ LaBoite to NYC and the New Year to come, his acolytes: la bestia Dj Pampa Up The Volume, El sátiro DJ Chaco Pastorious y el quilombero DJ Pat Agony will be spinning their groovy fuzzy go-go funky latin-american sound all night.
This Thursday December 30th starting at 9:30 pm The Delancey
168 Delancey Street (and Clinton St.)
New York, NY
Fto Delancey St.J MZto Essex St.
Free vodka drinks from 10 to 11, Sleezy-dellic visuals by VJ La Loba,
Flash back to the year 1969, while the rest of the world got to groove + Go-Go in public, South America had to party on the down low. Fuzz guitars were confiscated by the police, mini skirts were condemned by the ultra conservative religious right and lists of local bands and hipster fans were compiled by the CIA and passed to powerful Dictators for prosecution.
Its no surprise that during those years, the rawest garage, the funkiest go-go, the trippiest psychedelic and Bossa Nova soul was produced in the basements of Buenos Aires, the Favelas in Brazil, the heights of Bolivia and Peru, and the jungles in Paraguay.
It's the sickest, fuzziest sound that has inspired FUZZANOVA- the South American Sixties Dance Party- hecho para el freak out!