2014’s almost over and we’ve reached that special time of year where music nerds everywhere are putting together their lists of favorites and trying to catch up on everything they missed. At Head On, we’d like to take it a step further. We’re going to ask: did 2014, the entire year of music, really stack up? And we’re going to answer that question the way we always answer questions at Head On: by dancing.
We’re going to pit 2014 vs it’s 00’s counterpart, 2004, and two of our DJs will face off, one for each year. A decade separates these two years, and music has changed a lot in 10 years. Can the likes of Future Islands, Duke Dumont, Charli XCX, & the Juan MacLean hold off the likes of the Faint, the Killers, TV on the Radio and Interpol? You’ll decide, by dancing your ass off and picking a winner, and the winner will keep playing in the back room the rest of the night, with the loser taking over the front room.
This party is also going to be the launch of You Don’t Have to Settle’s new website, a place where you can find info on all of Brooklyn’s best dance parties, filter by genre, venue, neighborhood, and see our picks.
10pm in the front room
12am in the back room
The contest begins at 1am
Two DJs enter
One DJ leaves
w/residents Lepaux, Spoolwork, & Brian Blackout
Saturday November 22 @ Baby’s All Right
146 Broadway, Williamsburg, Bk
J/M to Marcy, L/G to Metropolitan
10:00 p.m. – late