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Next Week, Trans-Pecos Becomes the Epicenter of Cool Hosting the "Other People" Residency

If you love being on the pulse of bourgeoning music, mark your calendar for Tuesday to Friday next week

If you love being on the pulse of bourgeoning music, mark your calendar for Tuesday to Friday next week. Trans-Pecos, DIY baby from booker Todd P, and ground zero for avant-garde music off the L train, is transforming into a beat lair. Nicolas Jaar, NY-based composer, electronic musician, and head of record label Other People, will be curating the space's sounds four days in a row. Having headlined the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival in 2012 and more recently sold out Terminal 5 with his psychedelic electro group Darkside, Ridgewood is lucky to have him.

Throughout four days, the lineup is stacked, showcasing both Trans-Pecos and Other People's shared focus on emerging experimental musicians from every genre while also shining light on classic, genre­-defining artists. All nights are an affordable $20 per ticket! Highlights include Bladerunner, a noise collaboration between Darkside members Jaar and Dave Harrington with Will Epstein (High Water), Tlacael Esparza (ARMS/Friend Roulette) and Samer Ghadry on Tuesday; Afrika Bambaataa's Vinyl-only DJ Set on Thursday; Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, a 1990s No Wave Band, on Friday. The icing on the cake? Jaar's own 3-hour DJ Set, attended by 100 lucky ticket winners to be "selected by a New York based Psychic." Check out the lineup below and good luck on getting those in-demand tix.

Tuesday, December 8

8-12pm • tickets


Okokon (live)

William Basinski (live)

Bladerunner* + Arto Lindsay (live improvisation)

After Party hosted by Trans-Pecos

*Bladerunner is Dave Harrington, Will Epstein, Tlacael Esparza, Samer Ghadry and Nicolas Jaar

Wednesday, December 9th

100 capacity basement • walk-ups only • rsvp here: tickets@other-people.net

Nicolas Jaar 3-hour DJ set

Thursday, December 10th

12-4am • tickets

Upstairs Lineup:

Afrika Bambaataa (vinyl-only DJ set)

DJ Slugo (DJ set)

Against All Logic (DJ set)

Solpara (live)

Downstairs Lineup:

Valentin Stip (DJ set, all night)

Friday, December 11

12-4am • tickets


Teenage Jesus and the Jerks (live)

A Pleasure (live)

Hollow Earth + Ancient Astronaut B2B (DJ set)


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