Welcome to THE WELL, Brooklyn's newest and most exciting music venue and bar, located at 272 Meserole Street, two blocks from the Montrose Stop on the L line. Join THE WELL for its inaugural shows on July 14 with CAM'RON and FLATBUSH ZOMBIES and on July 28 with Brazilian rock stars OS MUTANTES.
THE WELL is giving away tickets to the July 14 Cam'ron show on their Facebook page. This is Os Mutantes only scheduled US show for the summer.
Saturday, July 14 2012
Whippin' Work: An All-Night Party featuring CAM'RON with FLATBUSH ZOMBIES, ASAAD, REESE and a special DJ set from PLAIN PAT. DJ Sets from DJ DIRRTY, BROOKLYN DAWN, FANG and OSH KOSH. Hosted by 40 OZ. VAN. Doors and performances start at 4:00pm. Must be 18+ to enter. Only $20 - advance tickets on sale now here.
Tumblr king 40 Oz. Van brings his patented mix of loud music, big asses and high energy to the first Wippin' Work at THE WELL. This six hour, multi-artist show promises to be more of an all-day party than a concert, as multiple artists, superstar DJs including the red-hot Plain Pat and special guest blow up THE WELL's outdoor stage. Don't miss the hottest night of this or any other summer.
For more information, visit the host Website, or the artist website: https://twitter.com/plainpat.
Killa Cam is the Grammy-nominated founder of the Harlem-based hip hop group The Diplomats. Cam'ron's debut album, Confessions of Fire, went gold and made the Top Ten of both the pop and R&B charts. In 2003 Cam'ron teamed up with his fellow Dip Set members Jim Jones, Juelz Santana and Freekey Zeeky to release the Diplomats' debut double-disc album, Diplomatic Immunity, which was quickly certified gold. The album featured the lead single "Dipset Anthem," a remix to Cam'rons hit "Hey Ma" and the single "I Really Mean It". Cam'ron's fourth studio album, Purple Haze, was released in 2004 featuring collaborations with Kanye West, Jaheim, Twista and Juelz Santana. In late 2009/early 2010, Cam'ron released a series of DJ Drama mixtapes titled Boss of All Bosses. Cam is currently finishing the hotly anticipated new Diplomats reunion album, Diplomatic Immunity 3.
For more about Cam'ron, visit www.myspace.com/camron.
Psych-trap meets horrorcore with the up-and-coming Brooklyn based duet trio of Meechy Darko, MC Juice and Erick Arc Elliot, better known as Flatbush Zombies. The group have already turned heads with YouTube hits like Face-Off, Thug Waffle and S.C.O.S.A. before even releasing a first mixtape. Catch Flatbush Zombies live today before they blow up tomorrow.
For more about the Zombies, visit www.flatbushzombies.com.
Prolific Philly rapper Asaad is no stranger to controversy or heat. The controversial cover to his EP 006 set off an internet firestorm.
Saturday, July 28
OS MUTANTES with M.A.K.U. SOUNDSYSTEM, DOM and CITAY. Presented with Brasil Summerfest. Doors at 4:00pm, Show at 5:00pm. Live Show ends at 10:00pm, Bar Closes at 4:00am. Must be 18+ to enter. Tickets are $25, and advance tickets are on sale now here.
For more about the Brasil Summerfest, visit www.brasilsummerfest.com.
Following a hugely successful debut last summer, NYC's premiere Brazilian music festival Brasil Summerfest, returns July 21-28, 2012 to treat fans to a sampling of some of Brazil's most dynamic music artists, demonstrating the richness and diversity of the country's contemporary music scene.
Though originally rarely heard outside their Brazilian homeland, Os Mutantes are now acknowledged as one of the most dynamic, talented, radical and influential bands of the psychedelic era. These brash musical experimentalists fiddled with distortion, feedback, musique concrète, and studio tricks of all kinds to create a lighthearted, playful version of extreme Brazilian pop. The band has received praise from a growing list of luminaries including the Flaming Lips, David Byrne, Devendra Banhart and Of Montreal.
For more about Os Mutantes, visit mutantes.com.
Comprised of 8 members, hailing mostly from Colombia, M.A.K.U. SoundSystem makes big music that begins in traditional Afro-Colombian rhythms and ends somewhere in the punk-jazz stratosphere. Clarinet, trombone, sax, guitarra, and Latin percussion supplement a rambunctious, driving rock core, creating a sound familiar enough to be danceable but always surprising.