Ft. Greene pops off this Sunday with Rich Medina layin down a signature set of 1970s funk, soul, R&B, and jazz-fusion rare groove shit. Dustbin Brothers gettin shit started with the same.
C train to Lafayette or G to Clinton-Washington.
From the BAM website:
Afro-Punk Block Party
Sun, July 1, 12noon—5pm
Clinton Avenue (between Myrtle and Willoughby Avenues)
To celebrate Brooklyn’s own DIY rebel spirit, the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership—in collaboration with BAM and Afro-Punk—will throw a massive block party and juried arts market featuring innovative performing and visual artists, fashion and jewelry designers, and craft artists selling an eclectic mix of art and merchandise. The event will also feature music by DJs Rich Medina and The Dustbin Brothers and a live set by No Surrender.
For more info on the Afro-Punk Festival, go here.