Monday, June 29, 2009

Back out of the jacuzzi...

So its been a while since my last post. I realize what a commitment this whole blogging thing requires. And for good reason. We can experience so much in so little time that we can also forget. These moments are not only for you to look into and maybe get turned on to something new, their part of what I do and how I live my life.
Well, this past weekend I got to take part in a new movement happening in Brooklyn. The MyUberlife Rooftop Experience.Deity on Atlantic the former synagogue turn nightclub and living quarters just launched a roofdeck that is a little oasis in this great borough.

Hosted by MyUberlife in partnership with The Brooklyn Romance this new "private club" will sooner than later become the hot deck to park yourself at on a sunny Brooklyn day if you got the in's. Think of it as a little bit of that Soho house feel laced with Brooklyn flavor. They also have an aquatic element in the form of an infinity jacuzzi which I took full advantage of.

It was a day of live music showcasing a few emerging artists. We were graced with performances by Nicholas Howard who started it off on a hot note,

Rebecca Cherry brought in her own string section adding an angelic vibe to the roof.

and Naja Rosa who belted a sultry bluesy set that stirred things in the right direction.
Added were a couple cameos by Jenny Bapts who sang a quick accapella of "Rock with You" and a gent by the name of Shu who laid out some soulful keystrokes.

On the Dj side we had a solid trio, I had the opening set and led into performances then Hardy dropped a flyer than fly set post performance and MSB grabbed the baton and just took it into overdrive.The Roof was on fire!

It was an all out great day with some great people. Smiles all around.

Life is great.

Special shout goes to John Walder who captured moments of this crazy and amazing day. We were blessed with a double rainbow!!

Til next time. Get in where you fit in.

At your service,

The Boulevardist

1 comment:

Nicholas Howard said...

That was definitely a dope day!

Everybody should get to experience that place...

Great Post Tomas!!