Mexican Summer to Celebrate Five-Year Anniversary With Brooklyn Festival

Featuring Performances by Spiritualized, Ariel Pink, and More

Sep 16, 2013
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Commemorating its five-year anniversary Brooklyn independent label Mexican Summer has announced a special two-day musical event on Oct. 11 and 12. Taking place at the Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation in Red Hook, Brooklyn, the celebratory event will feature headlining performances by Ariel Pink and Spiritualized, as well as sets by Tamaryn, The Fresh & Onlys, No Joy, Bobb Trimble's Flying Spiders, Mike Wexler, Home Blitz, Connan Mockasin, Lansing-Dreiden, and many others.

In addition to the musical performances the label will release 1,000 copies of a 250-page, 11x11'' book titled Mexican Summer: Five Years. The published work will include unseen art, photos, and written contributions from a host of artists on Mexican Summer's roster. Accompanying the book will be a 10'' record of exclusive collaborations from Bay of Pigs (Spiritualized, Soldiers of Fortune and Neil Hagerty), Jorge Elbrose (Jorge Elbrecht and Ariel Pink), Autre Ne Veut and Fennesz, Bobb Trimble and Quilt and The Lonely Sailor and Renée Mendoza Haran (members of Total Control, Lace Curtain and Ashrae Fax).

Click the video below to watch a trailer for the event, and scroll down to view the full schedule and line-up of the festival.

   

Mexican Summer Five Year Festival
Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Friday - $25 Advance / $30 Day Of
Saturday - $35 Advance / $40 Day Of
Two-Day Pass - $50 Early Bird until Sept. 26th, $60 after Sept. 26th

Friday, October 11
Doors: 7 PM
$25 Advance / $30 Day Of

Ariel Pink
Tamaryn
The Fresh & Onlys
Bobb Trimble's Flying Spiders
Mike Wexler
Home Blitz

Saturday, October 12
Doors: 3 PM
$35 Advance / $40 Day Of

Spiritualized
No Joy
Connan Mockasin (1st US show)
Lansing-Dreiden
Linda Perhacs (1st NY show)
Quilt
Co La
Lilacs & Champagne
Happy Jawbone Family Band
Weyes Blood
Soldiers of Fortune
. . . and special guests!

(www.mexicansummer.com)



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