By Libby Buck
Last Saturday was all about chill, breezy house vibes in the MoMA PS1 courtyard—the idyllic Warm Up atmosphere. Laraaji began by introducing the crowd to his laughter meditation and sound immersion with delicate, breezy music from soothing instruments like wind chimes and a converted zither played like a drum. The Mood Hut collective then took over with a b2b set from Hashman Deejay and Pender Street Steppers, complete with the label’s definitive woozy, summery house music. Some of Detroit’s greatest techno artists—Kyle Hall followed by Andrés—closed out the show with swinging, fluid techno that kept us grooving into the night.
We have some very exciting acts planned for the season’s last two Warm Ups, so be sure to join us next week for performances from False Witness, Murlo, DJ Windows 98, D∆WN, Kingdom, and Matias Aguayo!
Read more here:: Warm Up 2015: Week 9 Highlights