Aujourd'hui, c'est un dimanche plutôt maussade et comme nous n'avons pas la chance d'habiter New York nous ne pourrons pas aller à BKLYN Yard pour assister à la Sunday Best.
L'année passée nous vous avions déjà parlé de cette "soirée" simple, chaleureuse et à croire les images familiale; pas de VIP room, GOGO Dancer juste des DJ et de la musique. Celles-ci  se déroulent les dimanches après-midi et elle sont produites par les DJs Doug Singer, Justin Carter et Eamon Harkin.

We start off our season on May 30 with Kompakt's main man, Michael Mayer (who plays the warmest, most melodic version of techno that we've ever heard) DJing next to Eamon, Justin and Doug.
June brings us a perfectly balanced smattering of sounds to compliment the residents' styles. DJ Koze, a Hamburg resident who many consider to be the best DJ in the world, is unpredictable to say the least... he counts Hall and Oates, Ween and Basic Channel among his influences, and he's joining us on June 6. On June 13, dropping in from the left coast is Stones Throw artist Dam-Funk, who will be putting down his keytar and picking up his modern soul and boogie records. It's the only time he'll DJ in New York all year long. On June 20, we're hosting local master of the deep Fred P aka Black Jazz Consortium, and on June 27, we host Detroit's Kenny Larkin, whose album Keys, Strings, Tambourines has been a staple in all three residents' bags since it came out in 2008.
The next month begins with Rich Medina joining Justin, Eamon and Doug for a spot-on July 4th barbecue. There's no one better at throwing down party jams than Rich, and we can't wait to celebrate the holiday with him. July 11 will see New York's bouncy, energetic, ace DJ Alex from Tokyo stopping in; and July 18 brings the inventor of two-step garage, Todd Edwards, to play with the boys. July 25 is a really special one, when Ashley Beedle, who's been name-dropped by Daft Punk and whose Black Science Orchestra project is a major touchstone in dance music's history, joins us.
With us on the first of August will be a gent named Linkwood, whose chunky, plodding beats will be right at home under the shade of the trees; and on August 8, we're very excited to host Floating Points, one of the most exciting artists of the year, to play with the residents three. Floating Points' music is beyond compare -- living, breathing songs that seems to jump right off the records.
On August 15, a record digger without parallel, Frank 'Voodoo Funk' Gossner, who's spent years and years digging through sometimes dangerous and almost always obscure areas of western Africa to find rarely heard Afrobeat, Nigerian disco and African funk, guests at the party; and on August 22, Prosumer, a Panorama Bar resident and Berlin producer of gritty house music, plays with us. August 29, will be a really special one. Both residents of Glasgow's recently ended Optimo institution -- JD Twitch and JG Wilkes -- share the day with the gents behind New York's relatively new-born Mister Saturday Night institution -- Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin.
And to close it all out, we'll host no one but the residents. Doug Singer, Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter will be stretching out for all six hours of the party, warming things up, bringing them to a boil and winding them down under the vintage Chrtendant istmas lights in the trees.
What a great summer it's going to be.
En attendant que ce genre de soirée s'export dans notre ville voici le mix de cette première édition avec DJ MICHAEL MAYER
Michael Mayer - Live At Sunday Best (May 30, 2010) by Sunday Best NYC

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