NYC Electro
22Apr/130

Master of the Mix viewing and Open Turntables, tonight @ Brooklyn Stable (every Monday night)

Every Monday at Brooklyn Stable, DJs will be throwing down on an open turntable session, then at Midnight we will have a viewing of "Smirnoff's Master Of The Mix", the latest episode. (Note: the open tables is not a competition, just for fun.) After the show, stick around for more music, drinks, and listen to a bunch of DJ complain about the TV show! :)
From 10pm - 12am - Open Tables
From 12am to 1am - Master Of The Mix viewing
From 1am till close - We shall see...
Also there are great drink specials, $1 draft, $2 cans, $3 wells, all day and all night long!!! Click through for more info on the party and how to sign up for the turntables.

Brooklyn Stable, Master Of the Mix Viewing

Brooklyn Stable, Master Of the Mix Viewing

This is an every Monday event, until June 6th (the last day of the show).

The open table session will start at 10pm and will end when the show starts. Depending on popularity, it can go after the show is finished. Sets will be 20 to 30 minutes long, depending on how many people sign up. If you would like to DJ, you must bring either your setlist on a USB hard drive for Serato, CDs, or real records. There will be no switching of laptops, aka there will be NO DEAD AIR! DJs are first come, first serve. If you suck, you will be bumped.
Contact DJ Color TV via private message on facebook on his personal page to get on the lineup (no walk-in signups):
www.facebook.com/hillbdesign

Other Contact info:
Brooklyn Stable
486 Metropolitan Ave (Union and Rodney St, almost Under the BQE, but not quite)
(718) 218-7600
The Facebook invite: facebook.com/events/246357762176779/
www.brooklynstable.com

www.NYCelectro.com
www.facebook.com/DJColorTV

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If you need to learn how to move your Serato crates to a USB drive, please check this link. It is an indepth article to put all your music on a new drive. If you want to just make a set for this one night, you can do that much more easier, just drag files to the drive, open Serato and make a playlist with the moved/copied files from the USB, that should do it.
http://nycelectro.com/2010/06/08/how-to-make-your-music-library-truly-portable-part-1-buying-the-portable-hard-drive/

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