Face it, all good things things come to an end eventually. We won't get all existential on you, so let's put it in language most revelant to your current lifestyle: Gone are the good ol' days of goons pumping juice in the Tiana Beach parking lot.
Over the last four years, residents of the multi-milion dollar vacation homes lining Dune Road have obstinately (and rightly so) argued from the end of the infamous Neptunes Beach Club, that little shanty of a party place that, once, long ago, hosted headliners who's crowds really brought the alphabet to the party. Recently, increased police presence, random searchs and that damn scary German Shepherd (let's call him Hans) at the door clearly, and we repeat clearly, steered you away from any wrong doing.
The only solution to Neptunes' well-publicized drug problem and ostracization, it seemed, would be to change the summer line-up, particularly on the holidays. Gone are the Danny Tenaglia, Chris Vargas and Victor Calderone crowds, who may have given Hans a run for his... nose.
In comes Nervous Records, the 20-year old underground label that's really shined this summer, throwing successful weekend parties featuring artists such as Oscar G., Superchumbo and Peter Rauhofer. This Saturday, August 20th, Nervous will be bringing out the legendary Danny Krivit, who's 718 & Body & Soul sessions always remind New York City what house music is all about. (Dancing, you goon.) So forget the deodorant, hair extensions, and chicken cutlets, and groove out to some deep house classics. Classics do last forever, right?
There will be no electro, we promise.
Nervous Records presents Danny Krivit, Saturday August 20th at Neptunes Beach Club. For more info, click here.