Dope Jams Halloween Ball with Maurice Fulton, Slow to Speak & Lloydski

When: Back to Calendar » 10/31/2015 @ 9:00 pm – 11/01/2015 @ 4:00 am
Where: Good Room / Bad Room
98 Meserole Ave
Brooklyn,NY 11222
Tags: Bad Room Dope Jams Good Room Halloween 2015 Lloydski Maurice Fulton Slow to Speak

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French Kiss Presents…
at the
8th Annual Hallowe’en Costume Ball
Dark swirling chaos and white picket fences

Saturday October 31st 2015
10PM – 4AM

Demon Musik


Burnt Ship

Given the all-consuming unreality of 2015 thus far, the respite that is Hallowe’en could not have come sooner. By now you may know the fellas here look forward to this day with the giddy anticipation of a couple of schoolgirls—Hallowe’en is New Year’s on the Dope Jams calendar—ecstatic at the prospect of once again tossing aside any semblance of false reality, adorning the mask of absurdity affirmed, and convening the freaks for an all-out-intoxicated-free-for-all of massive hedonistic proportions that will be Dope Jams’ 8th Annual Costume Ball. Literally all of the store’s energies, hopes, aspirations and exertions are stored in reserve for this one day. On this last honest holiday, we find ourselves discarding moderation, decency, respectability and all fundamental norms of social acceptance and indulging ourselves in the bizarre ritual of dress and play, impulse and consumption, self-deprecation and social degeneration that is Hallowe’en. This yearly rite of passage into the dark months is what keeps Dope Jams going the rest of the year round, precipitating an all out explosion of joyful debauchery that reminds us that the only serious endeavor left in the violent banality of our virtual prison is to shed the psychic costume, put down the iphone and forget about your responsibilities for one measly evening.

As with each year, everything has been put in order well in advance: the room is fully decorated with typical devotion, the treats mixed just right for maximal mental deterioration, and the haunted ghosts conjured to wreak their fiendish havoc for another extravaganza of excess. Francis & Paul have scoured the infernal gamut of the dance music spectrum to serve up their spookiest, most spine-tingling salutation to the dark spirits of house music yet and invited Maurice Fulton to further infect the masses. Costumes are strongly encouraged, you will be met with considerable disdain if you dare set your foot on sacred ground without sufficiently daft attire (Rafael’s mermanic-pornstar is a good benchmark). For the rest of you party people—downtrodden, jaded, angry, or just plain indifferent—make the choice: attend another mediocre Halloween bash at your friend’s half-assedly adorned apartment or the local superclub; or come to the Good Room on October 31, 2015 and join us for our annual Dionysian jubilee!

Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita
Mi ritrovai per una selva oscura,
Ché la diritta via era smarrita.

Date : Saturday October 31st, 2015 : 10PM – 4AM
Tithe : $5 w/Membership, $20 w/out : Limited Amount of Advance $10 & $15 tickets on Resident Advisor
Location : The Good Room. 98 Meserole Ave. Brooklyn, NY
More Info : contact@celebratelifenyc



Lloydski will be summoning spirits in the Bad Room this October 31, joining the massive hedonistic party that will be Dope Jams’ 8th Annual Hallowe’en Costume Ball with Slow to Speak, Maurice Fulton and Jonathon Romero. Costumes are strongly encouraged, you will be met with considerable disdain if you dare set your foot on sacred ground without sufficiently daft attire.

Good Room resident and Tiki Disco legend Lloydski has been kicking it around NYC for 13 years, taking his record bag with him everywhere he goes. Growing up around DJs, he was influenced by everything from The Human League to experimental jazz to disco. His favorite record is still ‘Is It All Over My Face’ by Loose Joints, but his best records are the dollar records he found digging around town at places like A1 or Academy. Lloydski loves playing the records that are often overlooked, which is what makes his sets so unique.

Tickets are $5 with Dope Jams membership and $15-$20 without –

Doors – 10pm / +21 gig

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Times listed may be off due to the end of Daylight Savings Time at 2 a.m. 11/1.