(Sampled / Guesthouse / Greenhouse)
(Djoon / Animal House Paris / Vega Records)
Two excellent selectors for this upcoming Wednesday night: Australia’s Jeremy Joshua & from Paris France, the Reverend P.

Reverend P will ease us into the night. As the creator of the famous monthly Motown House parties at Djoon nightclub in Paris, Reverend P brings a blend of funky, real-soul infused rhythms to the dancefloor and a level of grit and grace appreciated by partygoers the world round. He’s rocked NYC before (with invites from Timmy Regisford and Louie Vega to rock Shelter and Cielo, respectively) and he’s been rocking parties abroad with the likes of Danny Krivit, Dimitri from Paris, Joey Negro, and Norman Jay. Reverend P’s Motown House parties are now celebrating their 10th year, and he’s excited to bring a piece of the Paris underground to you.

Jeremy Joshua is crushin the new jack sound, he’s actually one of producers forging it and expanding the scene by delivering inventive new music to djs and dancers around the globe. With true support from the likes of Mark Farina, Derrick Carter, Ninja Tunes, EMI Sampled, Guesthouse, Juiced, and Honey Dijon’s Digital Disco in the UK and America, his deep but hard hitting and flavorful style is one that easily frenzies a dancefloor. Australia’s baddest underground parties are fortunate enough to experience Jeremy’s style on the regular and now he’s bringin it to the Brooklyn Shakedown.

See you at the party.

To the Brooklyn Shakedown:

 · Address: 81 South 6th Street Williamsburg Brooklyn (look for the blue light)
· Subway: J, M, Z at Marcy Ave / L to Bedford
· Date/Time: Wednesday August 3rd 10pm – 4am
· Price: FREE
· Phone: 347-875-SPIN
· Web:
· Talent: Reverend P, Jeremy Joshua, Nutritious


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