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Good Room Presents:
Intergalactic Gary
Tim Sweeney
DJ Speculator aka Willie Burns

Justin Miller

in the Bad Room

Hosted by Kiss & Tell Party

Friday February 10, 2017
Good Room - 98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
10pm - 4am

Dutch cult favorite Intergalactic Gary takes top billing in the main room, joined by local legends.

Doors - 10pm / +21 gig

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party pics by Seze Devres Photography

Intergalactic Gary is one of the first participants in the highly acclaimed Dutch West-Coast scene and earned respect by developing true craftsmanship in his DJ sets. Gary is one of the keystones of The Hague’s fabled days. This is where I-F / Intergalactic FM, Unit Moebius and labels such as Bunker have risen as well.

In these days of glory Intergalactic Gary started cooking up the famed Cocadisco hits together with I-F as the notorious Parallax Corporation. Recently he did a remix with Mick Wills for Juanpablo and there’s, yes you read it correctly an EP incoming on the fabled Bio Rhythm.

Every Tuesday night at 10:30pm, anybody within radius of WNYU's transmitter can tune into 89.1 FM for this dance music show hosted by the DJ Tim Sweeney. Tim has had the show since he was a college student—so 17 years now. And while he'd bristle at the idea of himself being a "renowned DJ" (he is) or even an "in-demand DJ" (ditto), I'll say that if you love dance music, few things are better than Tim’s show. You can also listen online afterwards. But especially when I listen live, it feels a lot like eavesdropping. Special guests drop in to play records (Prosumer, Seth Troxler), regulars swing by and heckle (Juan Maclean, Doug Lee), and at least one recurring caller, a temperamental man named Victor from Washington Heights, weighs in with praise and less-than-praise. This is as close as you can get to a clubhouse — the sound and soundtrack of friends playing new songs for each other, talking about music, razzing each other for things you can't quite understand. Then there’s Beats In Space Records. I don’t know how Tim finds the time to run this impeccable label of his—now into double digits. But it doesn’t surprise me that, between Tim traveling the world and the world traveling to Tim, he finds great tunes that would otherwise slip by the rest of us. After A Laughing Light of Plenty’s beardo-disco stomp “The Rose”, Tim approached the group’s Eddie Ruscha with a simple question: Is there anything else? That’s how Secret Circuit came to be— killer psych techno disco pop, which is a neat enough summation of Tim’s tastes too. Since then BIS has released gritty schaffel (Gonno’s “Are You Asleep”), spartan house (Jee Day’s "Sum Of Love"), and soft-focus noir-pop (Paradis's "Hemisphere").


Known best as Willie Burns, William Burnett has been around for years, deejaying as Speculator and producing as Grackle, Black Deer and many other aliases. Currently releasing on taste making labels such as The Trilogy Tapes, L.I.E.S. and Creme Organization. On top of producing records he stays busy with a wildly varied weekly radio show (WTBS), managing the infamous record digging spot known as The Thing in Brooklyn and also running W.T. Records. A DJ set from Burnett is something to behold, where oddities and rarities sit next to classics and forgotten gems. Humble and honest, William Burns is a restless musical spirit that never stays in the same place for too long.