Kiss & Tell: Spring Fling: Move D [Source, Workshop | Heidelberg] Bryan Kasenic [The Bunker - Brooklyn] Bethany [Kiss & Tell - Brooklyn]
Hostess and Photographer Seze
Extra fun added by Deanna
Wednesday May 22
7pm – late
The Panther Room
74 Wythe Avenue (North 12th Street entrance)
Spring is in the air and we’re all feeling a little flirty. The ladies of Kiss & Tell are back with Kiss & Tell resident DJ Bethany, The Bunker’s Bryan Kasenic and Move D!
We will be breaking in The Panther Room, a new Williamsburg venue. We are quite excited to settle into our new home and sip some after work cocktails as we listen to vintage dance music records on a brand spankin’ new Funktion One sound system.
You just might hear: disco, ladies’ choice jams, space oddities, geigh haus!
Dress to impress in your finest floral frocks. Wear flowers in your hair or in your lapel.
I am not much of a beer drinker, but this place blew me away. We tried the tasting and they were all really delicious. Even the wine was good too. Too bad you can only drink these micobrews in Santa Rosa, CA.
Oooh I just love a good used bookstore. I can spend hours getting lost in one. We found pretty much one of the best ones I have ever been to, in Santa Rosa, California. Treehorn Books had just the right combination of fine literature and many obscure books on wine and other delicious hedonistic California activities.
…and I met this lovely lady
pretty miniature paper dollhouses hung in the windows too
Next up on our tasting adventure was Iron Horse Vineyards. We were craving some bubbly on an exceptionally warm sunny day. We tried the sparkling flight and each shared sips of their lovely wine. Thankfully, it was food truck Friday so we were able to much on some fresh bruschetta. The produce in California is exceptional too.
Oh, you’ve got green eyes Oh, you’ve got blue eyes Oh, you’ve got grey eyes And I’ve never seen anyone quite like you before No, I’ve never met anyone quite like you before
Heaven, a gateway, a hope Just like a feeling I need, it’s no joke And though it hurts me to see you this way Betrayed by words, I’d never heard, too hard to say Up, down, turn around Please don’t let me hit the ground Tonight I think I’ll walk alone I’ll find my soul as I go home
Each way I turn, I know I’ll always try To break this circle that’s been placed around me From time to time, I find I’ve lost some need That was urgent to myself, I do believe Oh, you’ve got green eyes Oh, you’ve got blue eyes Oh, you’ve got grey eyes And I’ve never seen anyone quite like you before No, I’ve never met anyone quite like you before Bolts from above hurt the people down below People in this world, we have no place to go Oh, it’s the last time Oh, I’ve never met anyone quite like you before Oh no, I’ve never met anyone quite like you before
Sunday night was the only night we had a “night off” from throwing parties at Oslo. Bryan was booked to open the all night acid house party No Way Back produced by Interdimensional Transmissions. I was wonderful to meet our lovely party hosts Brendan (from Ectomorph) and Amber. All night (and morning ) we were blessed with awesome tunes from Spinoza, Derek, Plaslaiko, BMG, I.B.M., Mike Servito, Chuck Hampton, Carlos Souffront, Patrick Russell, and Traxx. Yet, the best part was hanging out in the lounge at the early morning hours with a my silly wasted Detroit/Brooklyn tachno family.
We were the first people to arrive and I took this photo of Derek Plaslaiko while they were setting up.
Bryan/Spinoza opening up No Way Back
My dear friends and insanely creative lovebirds Michael and Bethany (Dethlab)
On Saturday we ran into Clark Warner and his wife Liz Copeland at breakfast. I finally met their adorable baby. A few hours later radio goddess and new mother Liz Copeland opened up the festival with a really lovely set of what she defines as baby listening music. Melodies from Air and Brian Eno and other ethereal treasures consumed our ears, as ravers of all ages started to show up for the first day of the festival. Other highlights of my day were killer sets from Nikola Baytala and Steve Bug.
Clark Warner and his baby in protective ear gear or maybe he is listening to death metal?
an adorable Lolita raver
more candy ravers
At night we threw the Detroit version of House n Home (my flyer). I finally had a chance to meet the lovely DJ Cassy. Here is the fist shot I took of her. She was all smiles during her amazing set. I wish more DJs smiled when I photographed them.