March 28 2017

Wake Up: DJ Bruce

New York-Le Bain
Let's wake up our minds (and not our phones) with DJ Bruce before he plays Le Bain as DJ Palace alongside his partners, Tommy Castro and William Robbins, on Friday, April 7th.
DJ BRUCE: These days, the idea of "waking up" has many connotations. Waking up from rest, waking up your phone... or waking up your mind.
These songs blend all of those worlds for me. 
From to top left to bottom right: Pepe Bradock,&nbsp;Jamiroquai,&nbsp;Romanthony, and&nbsp;Point G.<br><blockquote><blockquote><br></blockquote></blockquote>
From to top left to bottom right: Pepe Bradock,&nbsp;Jamiroquai,&nbsp;Romanthony, and&nbsp;Point G.<br><blockquote><blockquote><br></blockquote></blockquote>
From to top left to bottom right: Pepe Bradock,&nbsp;Jamiroquai,&nbsp;Romanthony, and&nbsp;Point G.<br><blockquote><blockquote><br></blockquote></blockquote>
From to top left to bottom right: Pepe Bradock,&nbsp;Jamiroquai,&nbsp;Romanthony, and&nbsp;Point G.<br><blockquote><blockquote><br></blockquote></blockquote>
From to top left to bottom right: Pepe Bradock, Jamiroquai, Romanthony, and Point G.

Pepe Bradock's "Deep Burnt"
Jamiroquai's "Morning Glory"
Romanthony's "Hold On"
Point G's "Underwater"
Roy Ayres' "Ain't Got Time"
Fred Prescott & The Jeff Band's "Come Fly With Me"
The Basement Guys' "An American Poem"
DJ BRUCE: The access to more information than ever before, coupled with more uncertain times than we've ever been faced with, has forced some to retreat and try to hide, while others have been making their best attempt to WAKE UP through the sieve of spiritual and social enlightenment.
The dance floor is a place to both retreat and wake up. You can find yourself and find others. But you should never hide. The next time you have your nose buried in your phone, take a second to think about all of the life that is happening around you.

On Friday, April 7th, Le Bain presents DJ Palace
featuring DJ Bruce, William Robbins, & Tommy Castro
The Standard, High Line | 10pm