HDC Presents FALLOUT

September 27th, 8pm.

Oh, the brisk air! The rattle of Cicadas in the late summer dusk! The pumpkin spice lattes! Yes, oh yes, FALL IS fucking HERE! It’s New York City’s most pleasant (read most tolerable) season, and the Hoover Dam Collective is embracing it with open arms. Enter HDC’s FallOut, an art extravaganza in a unique loft space located in Prospect Heights. Incredible music acts? We got it. Class act dance companies? Wouldn’t do without them! Interactive pop up performances? Why not? Secret spacious venue with tons of character? Yes! Booze? DRINK UP!

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(I sincerely hope there will be a washboard at FallOut)

The evening is headlined by Nat Osborn Band and ChristinaNoel and the Creature.

“The Nat Osborn Band melds, mashes, and stirs up styles like a chef mixing spices: a dash of funk here, a dollop of big band there, a sprinkling of reggae all around a solid base of smart, catchy songwriting.  The result: a unique and original sound all its own.”

We did a profile on Nat as a blog feature, which you can read here

“ChristinaNoel & The Creature is a Brooklyn based dance company that focuses on creating a hybrid performance medium utilizing the dancers’ voices, bodies, and drawing from their perspectives. “

Keep an eye out for more info about ChristinaNoel and the Creature on our blog!

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We will also be featuring

Sean McVerry

Singer Songwriter / Composer whose inspirations range from Impressionist composers and J.D. Salinger to Brian Wilson and Wes Anderson Films.

The Whistleblowers

Brooklyn based band fronted by HDC powerhouse and long-time contributor Alex Mackinnon. Rhythm is king and groove is council. More about Alex here. 

Cole Quest Rotante and Sam Merwin

What can you say? Foot stomping, thigh slapping, corny dad joke havin’ bluegrass picking. Come work on a building with Cole Quest Rotante and Sam Merwin.

DJ David Kiss

Get your dance on with HDC’s best bud DJ David Kiss. He’ll be closing out the night so you can be sure to work up a sweat before you leave and face that chill fall air. http://david-kiss.com/

LoudHound Movement

Incredible contemporary modern dance collective presenting highly physical and dramatic work. Check out their website – http://www.loudhoundmovement.com/

Spark(edit) Arts

What happens when you mix theater and comedy and dance? A unique hybrid of beauty, physical exploration, and drama. https://www.facebook.com/sparkedIt

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Are you extremely pumped yet?

If you’re interested in attending, you can purchase tickets in advance ($10) here: https://www.artful.ly/store/events/4157 or at the door ($12) with cash. If you’re going to purchase tickets at the door, please email us to R.S.V.P. so that we can give you the address. The venue is super secret and crazy underground so we cant post the address publicly. (But we can tell you it’s in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn)

As always, we are so excited to bring you this curated evening of awesomeness.

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Love, BK

LOFT in SPACE Event Gallery

Thanks to everyone that came out to the Loft in Space show on March 2nd! Special thanks to our performers, to David Kiss and Travis Tacon for running sound, and to Neha Sha for the space. We also couldn’t have done this without HDC collaborator Nat Osborn. Thanks to everyone who worked the bar and … Continue reading

A Cricket in Traffic

“London: Crickets in urban areas have changed their mating calls to cope with the traffic noise, scientists say. Researchers suggest that high levels of background noise may affect the crickets’ mating process, as the insects are forced to increase the volume of the low-frequency sections of their call. “

Mmm. Dirty. Hopefully we wont be affecting the mating processes of any creatures with the show on January 19th, unless the outcome is positive, of course.

A Cricket in Traffic

This show will be saturated with the spoken word, curated in part by HDC collaborator Daniel Grjonko. We’ll be crashing another friend’s loft for this not so little soiree, and I’ll take a moment to thank him especially: Muchas Gracias Ian Campbell!

Poetry by

Daniel Grjonko | Zachary Rooney | Jane Dodds | Carlos Marquez | Katrina Cunningham | Bogar Alonso | Stephanie Bartolome | Devrim Akman

Theater performances by

Ian Campell | Ted Caine and Monica Hammond

Music by

Brandon Lopez | Chives | Head Monsters | DJ David Kiss

Live Dance

SATURDAY JANUARY 19th

Doors at 7, show at 7:30
248McKibben St, apt. 2J
Suggested Donation $5

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Hope to see you all there!

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