Vinyl Meltdown @ BSP

Date(s) - 12/13/2019
8:00 pm



Vinyl Meltdown
DJ Dance Party
Mr. Chips
Tony Fletcher
Brian Parillo
Jeff Harrigfeld

$5 Cover 8PM-1AM

Vinyl Meltdown – Monthly DJ Dance Party Series in Woodstock/Kingston
Hudson Valley’s Vinyl Meltdown gathers some of the most creative DJ’s & Musicians in the area, putting them on a massive 4 turntable setup, for an eclectic night of some of the best music you have ever/never heard.

It doesn’t matter if you are a proper DJ, world class musician, producer, or music lover, as long as your favorite musical medium is the coveted vinyl record! Vinyl Meltdown features 4 record lovers, going head to head, playing off each other, providing a night filled with fun, creativity & spontaneity. On the technical side of things, the series utilizes 4 fine-tuned classic Technics 1200 turntables, running into a beautiful analog Allen & Heath PX5 mixer.

Vinyl only!!! Dance floor will be cleared. Full light show/mirror ball by Woodstock Music Shop.

December’s installment @ BSP features:
Mr. Chips – Dreams of being a Hip Hop hero in the 1980s set Mr Chips on a path into music from which he would never return. Fascinated by the use of samples in Hip Hop, he started collecting music and began DJing Golden Era Hip Hop (before it was called that), later expanding into its roots of Soul, Funk and Dance Floor Jazz. After building a career in the New York City’s music industry, Mr Chips captured dance floor attention at several residencies in New York and Philadelphia, with random other gigs at major venues like the Theater at Madison Square Garden, Roseland Ballroom and Irving Plaza, opening up for pioneers in Neo Soul, Jazz, and Electronic music. These days he continues to live for the beat while running his Graphic Design and Creative Services operation in Kingston.
Join him Thursday Nights 10-Midnight for Dollar Bin Radio
Tony Fletcher – Tony Fletcher is the bestselling author of major biographies on Keith Moon, the Smiths, and R.E.M., as well as a memoir, a novel, and a history of the New York City music scene. Born in northern England, and raised in South London, where he started his own music magazine, Jamming!, at the age of thirteen, he emigrated to New York City in the late 1980s. When not traveling with his family, he makes his home near Woodstock in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York. A contributor to Salon and the Wall Street Journal, his writing has also appeared in Mojo, Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Spin, and Newsday, and he has contributed to a host of other publications, radio, and television shows worldwide. His latest biography is In The Midnight Hour: The Life & Soul of Wilson Pickett, published by Oxford University Press.
Brian Parillo – Brian is a longtime Woodstock resident, he helped form the Midnight Rambles, & ran the Woodstock Lodge in it’s heyday.

Jeff Harrigfeld – Jeff owns Woodstock Music Shop and boasts a collection of over 30,000 45’s.


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