[REVIEW] Kick Kick Snare & Vitalic Noise Presents

[REVIEW] Kick Kick Snare & Vitalic Noise Presents

11.09.2013_VITALIC_webfinalspecialguest Last Saturday night, under the shadow of the Williamsburg, something wonderful happened. In a glittering new bar called Baby's All Right, Kick Kick Snare and Vitalic Noise hosted their first live show together in Brooklyn, forever changing the landscape of New York's music scene. We all know this dynamic music duo knows how to throw one hell of a party, and Saturday night was no difference. We turned the weeks old hotspot into a pulsing, sweaty dance party to be remembered.

Stepping behind the main bar of Baby's All Right you are taken to a secret dance hall, where flashing lights and pounding beats keep the grip of approaching winter at bay. Kick Kick Snare favorites The Soundmen got the night started out right, mixing their unique blend of big beats and lush snyths into a set that had everyone in the bar moving before they even new what happened. SONY DSC The dance vibes didn't stop with The Soundmen, next up was Richmond's very own Mirror Kisses, who's completely crowd dominating presence took over the room and ignited it with a super charged energy. One minute he was up on the stage and the next in the middle of the crowd moving right along with them. Mirror Kisses is not a show to be missed! SONY DSC After the crowd dancing and stage diving from Mirror Kisses came the wonder kid himself SAINT PEPSI. Not one to be outdone, SAINT PEPSI spun a show stopping mix pop, EDM, hip hop and a few unexpected throwback tracks. His set was definitely one of the most welcome surprises of the night. SONY DSC

Kick Kick Snare is back in NYC this weekend for our epic showcase with Monarch Artist's at Brooklyn Night Bazaar. You can see live performances from Slow Knights, Bright Light Bright Light, Heloise & The Savoire Fare, White Prism and DJ sets from The Soundmen. AND BEST OF ALL, IT'S FREE!

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