Loft In The Thrill of It All

Ah, October. The bittersweet beauty of dying foliage, the crisp crunch of ripe apples, and the plastic-y smell of a new mask for Halloween.

Let’s accept our fate that Winter is Coming together on October 13th HDC style, shall we?

The Hoover Dam Collective presents:

Loft In Translation

141 S 5th Street, Apt 2E, Doors at 7pm. 5$ before 10, 8$ after 10.

Cash Bar, free wine and snacks before 9pm

Suffice it to say, the HDC can add “someone’s loft” to our list of unconventional venues. This time around, we have the unique privilege of working with Chris Ottaviano, Nat Osborn, and Nadia Tykulsker in curating the event, and we’ve put together a doozy of a show. Here’s the lineup:

Dance:
Pia Murray
Katie Dean
Spark(edit)
Jordan Isador

Visual Art by Ivan Ford and Colleen Logan

Poetry by Daniel Grjonko and Carlos Gomez Marquez

Film by
Sarah Konner and Austin Selden
Alex Springer and Xan Burley

Music:
Dustin Carlson
The Matt Simons Trio
Mad Satta
The Nat Osborn Band

DJ David Kiss

(the loft puns will never end. Other contenders include “Loft and Found” and “Loftcore Porn”)


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We Have Loved and Gained

On Tuesday night the HDC had a show at Spike Hill in Williamsburg to celebrate the worst holiday ever invented: Valentines Day! This day has the potential to ruin relationships and alienate single people, so we at the HDC wanted to host an event that was open to mopers, happy couples, and devil scorpion women alike. We tore down the pink frills and smashed the chocolate hearts and replaced them with plaid shirts, beer, and live art.

Brian and Silbin and Friends howling and singing and stuff.

Chris Ayer is that guy at the party with a guitar that all the girls fall in love with.

 

Chess Lopez, playing the part of a cracked-out french girl, tries to pick Willy's nose to win him over. I thought it was going to work...

The comedy of Robert Dean helped us forget our love-sorrows.

Spencer Murphy and Friends dusted our ears with visceral love-pollen while our eyes feasted upon an improvisation arranged by Theo Boguszewski. So many Lonely Women.

Feel free to peruse through the full gallery below. Please NOTE! These images belong to Breegan Kearney and credit is required where credit is due. (So no stealing without permission!)

As always, Love from Brooklyn and the Hoover Dam Collective

Bk in Bk

 

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