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Orchard Lounge in NYC this Friday 4/26!

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Mr. Bugsly Presents...


Orchard Lounge (Extended Set) w/ Special Guest: Evan Michael


Buy Tickets - http://olbugsly.eventbrite.com/


A trio that truly needs no introduction, we are excited for you all to join us as we soak up the sweet sounds of Orchard Lounge on Friday, April 26th at the gorgeous Hudson Terrace. Popping off the party will be Brooklyn mainstay Evan Michael, there will be limited $10 tickets available so jump on that shit like a trampoline.


Friday, April 26th


at The Salon @ Hudson Terrace

621 W 46th st, New York, NY


Show @ 10:30 PM




Tickets: $10 limited / $15 pre-sale

@ http://olbugsly.eventbrite.com/



"Situated on the second floor of Hudson Terrace, The Salon is a melange of old and new. Hand-hewed wooden beams from vintage vessels were reclaimed to construct the streamlined edges of this modern venue. The Salon is enabled with state-of-the-art broadcast quality video, audio and lighting capabilities. Hudson Terrace was designed to deliver dreams."


for VIP/Bottle Service E-Mail VIP@mrbugsly.com




Orchard Lounge



If you can move, Orchard Lounge will back you up: from the dance floor to the couch.


OL is the DJ collective of Spencer Lokken, Bethany Briscoe Lokken, and Ben Silver. Since they met in Chicago in 2000, this versatile trio has enlightened dance floors from Mexico to Maine with their highly unpredictable and eclectic sets. From headnodic downtempo & boogie to ominous and ultramodern house & tech, theirs is a democratic mission: to expose as many people as possible to the artists whom they admire and respect, create unique dance floor memories, and to cross traditional boundaries of turntablism/improv/electronic fusion.


What sets Orchard Lounge apart from other selectors, however, is that you won't always find them in the club. They've built a reputation over the last decade as a hard-touring festival act and set-break crowd favorite, frequently supporting live bands. All three members have a deep-rooted passion for live music, which has allowed them to experiment with a variety of different types of DJ sets when performing on stage.


Consistently labeled as risk takers, the members of OL aren’t afraid to clear a room if they genuinely believe in and appreciate the record. That said, they take their title as tastemakers very seriously and are constantly looking for new ways to engage even the most discerning of crowds. They have an interminable work ethic and while they cherish their underground roots, from day one they’ve been determined to bring the art of deejaying to the forefront of popular culture. Their goals are slowly being realized as they've had the rare opportunity of performing at world famous venues such as Red Rocks, the Pritzker Pavillion in Millennium Park, and New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom.


Evan Michael (Brooklyn Bass)



A regular amongst the Brooklyn circuit, Evan Michael has his hands in a host of various dance related entities. As a promoter for the budding Williamsburg indie and electronic music venue, Cameo Gallery, he's also a main editor for the blog Brooklyn Bass. Expect his sets to be filled with rare grooves found in the basement of Greenpoint's The Thing to contemporary Deep House classics from labels like Local Talk and FINA. Whether it's playing gigs alongside the likes of Justin Miller, Marcos Cabral, Anthony Naples and Madteo, Evan adjusts his playlist to what he sees fit and keeps the crowd moving. Check out his monthly podcasts via Brooklyn Bass as well as insights on the latest disco and house releases.




Bringing you the FRESHEST beats in the NORTHEAST



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**For information on how to become part of our ever-growing team, and to earn free tickets, contact: streetteam@mrbugsly.com**


For all other inquires: info@mrbugsly.com

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