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JUST KIDS Reunion Party with Sean Glass & Luka Tacon
April 4, 2016 @ 11:00 PM - 4:00 AM EDTFREE with RSVP
LCD Soundsystem** did it and so can we! Let’s get together and re-live 2013 like it never stopped being 3 years ago!
Taking a cue from the Muppets, Sean Glass left New York City for the sweet surf and kale shakes of LA; Fleeing a South American Super Fan, Luka Son of Wolf legally changed his name and identity to Luka Tacon; Nicky Digital won the international pizza snapchatting contest; and the door at Le Baron got so tight that absolutely no one is allowed in anymore.
People swore it would never happen but our mild billionaire Murphy, now convinced he’s a king paved the way for our reunion this Monday at the newly opened The Blond at 11 Howard.
** Please note that LCD Soundsystem is not involved in this event and are unlikely to make an appearance.
Sean Glass is a multi-hyphenate in the music industry. He founded his label Win Music in 2013 with the release of Duke Dumont’s “Need U 100%,” which, even as its first release, went #1 iTunes and was Grammy Nominated. He’s since released artists Flight Facilities, Tiga, Anabel Englund, Human Life, Etienne De Crecy, ETML, Anna Lunoe, Audion, Just Kiddin, and more. As a DJ, he has played all over–Coachella, EDC, Life is Beautiful, Governor’s Ball, Mysteryland, he actually programs one of the stages at Coachella. Better though is his work on the underground side. While his warehouse parties in New York have grown to over 5000 attendees, he makes his mark with smaller, non-traditional events, like his SG Bathhouse party that was covered in Business Insider, Vice, Village Voice, and many more. As a DJ and entrepreneur, SG has been covered in NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Billboard, and many more. Most exciting though, his first release as a producer premiered March 21st on Jason Bentley’s KCRW Metropolis and online by Billboard magazine.
Luka Tacon, born in New York, is a DJ and producer and a founding member of The Deep, a NYC collective. The group was birthed in the basement of a Bushwick BK bar, its members throwing down house cuts til the early morning, and now extends to the “Brooklyn summer staple” Might Get Weird parties. Luka cut his teeth in the NY indie rock and dance scene, while slowly drifting deeper into the underground. With influences from jazz yet veering toward techno, he made his first original offering with a debut EP on Brooklyn’s Plant Music, in December 2015. His pulsating remix of Gem1n1seven’s “Spaceflight” was released at the end of the summer, also on Plant. His latest track Beyond Your Eyes is coming soon on The Umbrella