Monthly Archives: August 2012

September 6 2012: SpinSpinNYC New York Fashion Week Label Party at Dekalb Market

SpinSpinNYC is celebrating the launch of our record label division by hosting the open-air party at Dekalb Market’s New York Fashion Week “Fashion Night Out” event on Thursday, September 6th from 6 – 11pm. The event is open to the public and will include extended surround sound, free food, happy hour and a fashion show.SpinSpinNYC’s New York Fashion Week Label Party will take place under the summer sky at Dekalb Market’s main performance space, where our unique musical aesthetic and newly signed acts will provide the musical landscape for the the evenings wide-ranging events. Enjoy a special live-pa set as the night falls from SpinSpinNYC’s latest signing, the electro-pop duo Infernal Devices, who bring a unique brand of retro-future sounds combined with a DIY light show emanating from their handmade “Phenomatron”. World renowned djs Nutritious (Dope Den / Apt Entertainment / SpinSpinNYC) & Wiseacre (theLIFT, Turntables on the Hudson, Sweet n Low) round out the evening, spinning an eclectic blend of house, funk, soul, nu disco, nordic house, italo, balearic, and New York-centric sounds.

In addition to the label launch, SpinSpinNYC’s debut album release will be commemorated at this event. The album Nutritious Presents Duke Williams And The Extremes features the 70s soul & funk group who were once signed to the late Capricorn records, the label of the Allman Brothers, Widespread Panic, Percy Sledge and others. The album also features Nutritious’ modern take on the music of the Extremes. In addition to two smoking albums on Capricorn, band leader Duke Williams, NY area resident and local musician, is responsible for the musical arrangement of Grace Jones’ prolific rendition of “La Vie en rose” (produced by Tom Moulton “father of the disco mix’). SpinSpinNYC’s debut EP offering was the first in a release schedule set to showcase the musical diversity that makes up the soul of New York City.

SpinSpinNYC is also celebrating our forthcoming EP with Infernal Devices, Life In Stereo, which is slated for worldwide release September 25th 20212. Enjoy a peek at Infernal Devices’ interactive Phenomatron and preview the lead single off the EP “Life In Stereo” here:

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Dekalb Market is located at 138 Willoughby Street @ Flatbush Avenue
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SpinSpinNYC Podcast 01 “The Sour Apple” Mixed by Nutritious

SpinSpinNYC Podcast 01
The Sour Apple
Mixed by Nutritious

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01. I Love You | The Synthetigers | Mirrorball Records
02. Chemistry | Lance Leber | Roundi Music
03. Dance & Clap (Soul Bounce Mix) | Miguel Migs | Salted Music
04. Statistical Revision | Johnny Moy & Rob Spectrum | Tall House
05. Save My Soul (Motherland Mix) | Domineeky | Good Voodoo Music
06. Grit Your Teeth | Pete Dafeet | Lost My Dog
07. God Bless All The Girls In The World (Nutritious Treatment) | Duke Williams and The Extremes | SpinSpinNYC
08. Ain’t Nobody | South Of Roosevelt | Flapjack Records
09. Rockin On Swing | Riva Starr ft. Trigganom | Snatch!
10. Glowing In The Dark (Screendeath Remix) | Jupiter Ace ft. Geneva Lane | Big Vision
11. Imberlove (Inxec Remix) | Edu Imbernon ft. Sutja Gutierrez | More Music
12. Just Fabulous (Adnan Sharif Remix) | Shiny Objects | Om Records
13. Volume (Instrumental Mix) | Empresarios | Fort Knox Recordings
14. Settle Down (Kreap’s Rx) ((Derrick Carter Edit)) | Kimbra
15. Warm & Easy | The 2 Bears | DFA/Southern Fried
16. Two Wings | Dan Electro | SouLab

Introducing: Infernal Devices

We, SpinSpinNYC, pride ourselves on being picky. Extremely picky. So when we heard the music of electropop duo, Infernal Devices, and loved it, we paid attention. So should you.Right now, Infernal Devices are sequestered in their Brooklyn studio churning out brand new dance tunes, stamped with their signature retro-future sound, for our enjoyment. Expect a few surprises.

Check out the lead single from their forthcoming EP Life In Stereo on SpinSpinNYC. Let the glow of their Phenomatron lead the way.

Andy and Mark, we like your sound, where does it come from?
The intersection of music that makes us want to dance and the music that we want to sing along to.

Share 5 things about NYC that inspire you
1) Walking around the city late at night
2) Going to loft parties where people are dancing and friendly and having a good time
3) Seeing a building from 1880, next to a building from 1980, next to a construction site.
4) The New York pace of life. Never stop, always keep going.
5) Egg creams.

Dream collaboration?
I’ve been reading about Daft Punk working with Nile Rodgers and Giorgio Moroder on their new album, and working with that group would be a fantasy come to life. Some others would be Phillipe Zdar or Damon Albarn. And who wouldn’t want to do a track with David Bowie?

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Infernal Devices Life In Stereo worldwide release September 25 2012 on SpinSpinNYC

In Stores Today: Nutritious Presents Duke Williams And The Extremes

Nutritious Presents Duke Williams And The Extremes is now available for purchase digitally worldwide.The sound of Philadelphia met southern soul head on when Duke Williams and the Extremes were signed to Macon, Georgia’s Capricorn Records, the label of the Allman Brothers Band, Widespread Panic, Percy Sledge.

Enjoy this preview of the album courtesy of SpinSpinNYC, Sol Republic, the X-Games, and Dope Den Productions and purchase your copy today.

With the classy guitar licks of well-known Philadelphia session guitarist T.J. Tindall (you can hear him on Disco Inferno and more) and Duke Williams’ Hammond B3 that just MADE you move, the writing and recording team of Duke, TJ and the rest of the Extremes made two hot albums for Capricorn that combined the sound of Philadelphia including famed background singers MFSB with the Memphis Horns in 1973’s A Monkey in a Silk Suit is Still A Monkey; and 1974’s Fantastic Fedora.

It was the marriage of northern and southern soul: funky, cool, elegant, raw with a pop veneer — and you can hear it in the cuts featured on the EP, the first two by Duke and TJ and the Extremes, recorded in the 1970’s at the legendary Sigma Sound Studio in Philadelphia and “I Can’t Wait Till Tomorrow” by Duke Williams and Corey Spags at Global Intelligence Studios in NJ.

Duke’s also credited with arrangement of Grace Jones‘ now prolific rendition of “La Vie en rose” which was produced by Tom Moulton “father of the disco mix”.

Enjoy a few Nutritious ‘treatments’ for the dancefloor as well.


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Duke Williams appears courtesy of Global Intelligence Media Corp.

Nutritious presents Duke Williams and The Extremes
Duke Williams and The Extremes


01. Theme From The Bermuda Triangle (Nutritious Treatment) | Duke Williams & The Extremes
02. I Can’t Wait Till Tomorrow (Nutritious Treatment) | Duke Williams & The Extremes
03. God Bless All The Girls In The World (Nutritious Treatment) |  Duke Williams & The Extremes
04. Theme From The Bermuda Triangle (Original Mix) | Duke Williams & The Extremes
05. I Can’t Wait Till Tomorrow (Original Mix) | Duke Williams & The Extremes
06. God Bless All The Girls In The World (Original Mix) |  Duke Williams & The Extremes

Brooklyn Exposed: ‘Nutritious’ Music For The Soul [Interview]

“Shortly after his three-hour set at Halcyon, Nutritious realizes he has no idea what he would do if he weren’t a musician. “It’s just been a part of everything,” he says as we chat on a bench near the famous DUMBO vinyl shop.

Despite having helped co-author a New York Times bestseller with TV personality Montel Williams, scoring two feature films and advocating wellness and holism, music remains at the center of what defines this Brooklyn-based artist.

A revered DJ and producer, label owner and co-founder of SpinSpinNYC, Nutritious’ love for music dates back to his early childhood….” Read more:

October 2 2012 Brooklyn Shaken and Stirred


Attendees of Brooklyn Exposed’s April 3rd “Tasting Brooklyn” event know not to miss a B.E. party. Lines wrapped around the block as Brooklyn’s finest sampled fresh-made menu items from the best eateries in the borough.   SpinSpinNYC was there and it was a pleasure catching up with our Brooklyn friends and colleagues.

This October, Brooklyn Exposed is doing it again. Only this time, the focus is pointed at the area’s most admired mixology and libations. The Brooklyn Shaken & Stirred event will take place at the boroughs coveted Green Building at 452 Union Street in Carroll Gardens and feature drinks from Donna Bklyn, Sunburnt Calf, Brooklyn Gin, Brooklyn Republic Vodka, El Buho Mezcal, Jack from Brooklyn, Pok Pok, Tanteo Tequila, Templeton Rye, White Pike Whiskey, Cu Chulainn Irish Whiskey, Sycamore, Van Horn Sandwich Shop, Tenneyson Absinthe Royale, Maison Premiere, Brooklyn Winery, Parlay Wine, Brooklyn Oeonology, Sixpoint Brewery, and more tba.

Also elected to display premiere offerings at this event are Brooklyn restaurants D. Coluccio & Sons, the Michelin rated Dressler, Tchoup Shop, Allswell, Stone Park, Van Horn Sandwich Shop, Fairway Market, Mable’s Smokehouse and Benchmark.

Representing Brooklyn on the music tip is the borough’s top-ranking purveyor of all things musically tasteful, producer/dj Nutritious. He’ll be laying down rare grooves and eclectic music to help trip the light fantastic.

Limited $40 advance pre-sales tickets have already sold-out and you must purchase general admission tickets to gain entry to this event. Tickets are on sale now at the Brooklyn Exposed website and will sell-out, so grab em up.

This event is sponsored by Yelp, Fairway Market, and Keoughs.

The 2012 DJ Times International DJ Expo

In Atlantic City this August 13-16, the 22nd International DJ Expo “the largest gathering of professional djs in the world” takes place at Trump Taj Mahal Resort & Casino. Admission is gained by purchasing passes through the DJ Times website. The expo spans 4 days and plays host to a variety of parties, seminars and industry related activities. Previous years featured performances and appearances by Grandmaster Flash, Jazzy Jeff, 50 Cent, Pharell Williams, Lady Gaga, BT and countless others.

DJ Times, also widely known for it’s magazine and America’s Best DJ Competition, has featured industry luminaries from David Guetta and DJ Dan, to Bassnectar and Will.I.Am on it’s cover pages. On Wednesday August 15, find Nutritious alongside Tommie Sunshine, DJ Skribble, and Disco Fries addressing the topic of studio production, making tracks and moving up in Diamond Room D at the “Studio Talk” seminar. This year’s keynote speakers include Paul Van Dyk and Jellybean Benitez.