NY Night Train SHAKIN' ALL OVER 50s/60s Rock'n'Soul Vinyl Dance w/JONATHAN TOUBIN

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NYNT Shakin' All Over 50s/60s Rock'nSoul Dance w/Jonathan Toubin

Get your kicks every Friday in the cozy subterranean confines of Home Sweet Home at New York Night Train's legendary Shakin' All Over Under Sideways Down fiesta! Do the wiggle to thee wop bop a loo bop a lop bam boom of your favorite DJ Jonathan Toubin's most exciting and exquisite 1950s/1960s “maximum rock’n’soul” vinyl turning 'round and 'round 'til the wee wee hours! Eccentric postcards from the old weird America addressed to you in the here and now! Mostly unusual tracks by unknown artists but if you're lucky also some Little Richard! Etta James! Chuck Berry! The Shangri La's! Bo Diddley! The Rolling Stones! The Sonics! Howlin' Wolf! Jerry Lee Lewis! Link Wray! Exclusively from the original 7-inch vinyl presses! The rock'n'roll you don't dance to every day but wish you could! And every now and then even a hit or two! The big rumble of the Night Train rolling way down deep below the big city after dark! A weekly NYC institution since 2008… Get down in the basement!

with dee jay JONATHAN TOUBIN
FRIDAY 10:30pm - 4am
HOME SWEET HOME, 131 Chrystie, NYC

"While most of the city’s Friday-night dance spots blast the latest from Cardi B or the Weeknd, the subterranean Lower East Side dive bar Home Sweet Home spins obscure old-school soul and rock & roll joints from the 1950s and ’60s. The long-running Shakin’ All Over Under Sideways Down, helmed by DJ extraordinaire Jonathan Toubin, is the kind of sweaty affair where you glance around and realize every single person in the place is busting a move—in other words, a perfect way to blow off steam from the workweek." (Time Out - #5 on 2018's "17 Cheap Things to Do in NYC")

"Every Friday night from 10:30 P.M. to 4 A.M., this subterranean dive bar on the Bowery morphs into an ecstatic, sweaty time portal to the swingin’ sixties. Drinks are beside the point, but they’re cheap enough (seven-dollar draft; five-buck bottled Lone Star). Get something, finish it soon, and let the siren call of Chuck Berry seduce you onto the dance floor. The d.j. Jonathan Toubin has been spinning rare nineteen-fifties and sixties records weekly here since 2008, and the crowd is a melting pot of punk bartenders, twenty-somethings, and a couple of pepper-gray heads, who swivel and smile under the peeling disco ball. Few people recognize the roaring, crackling songs; even fewer can really dance the blues. It doesn’t matter. The evening’s not about proving you know the most obscure records or looking good; it’s about some kind of soul-shaking alchemy. Before you know it, it’s the opening scene of “Dirty Dancing,” all swerving hips and bare shoulders—you would’ve sworn you’d be the last to dance, but there you are, breathless. A lady hops on a faux-leather banquette to get a closer look at Toubin’s handiwork. He conspires with her, “This is too fast, isn’t it? How about this one? Do you think they can handle it?” And Eddy Jacobs comes on, crooning like a young Sam Cooke: “We’re having a Friday night get-together / ’Cause I just got paid / Don’t have to work Saturday / And tonight I’m going to have my way.” Spellbound bodies slip into the song’s shuffling rhythm, and Toubin reaches for the next bit of black magic." (The New Yorker, 2016)

Village Voice awarded JONATHAN TOUBIN 2015's "BEST DJ" in the 60th anniversary BEST OF NYC: "We might live in an EDM world, but Jonathan Toubin has no truck with today's musical whims. Since 2007, Toubin's Soul Clap and Dance-Off has brought throwback pizzazz and retro cool to New York's late-night underground. Culled from an endless array of long-forgotten Sixties soul singles, Soul Clap is pure musical dynamite, the kind of after-hours party that exposes today's iTunes-bred, press-play DJs for their relative lack of roots and ingenuity. No fist-bumps or atomic bass drops here; instead, Toubin lovingly crafts five-hour sets that bring lost chestnuts from the likes of Vernon Harrell and the Blendells into clearer focus for a new generation of dance enthusiasts. You can try to put your moves to better use, but you'll be hard-pressed to find more cathartic, sweatier fun elsewhere in the city." (Village Voice, 2015)

"Jonathan is pretty much the only DJ we actually like.” (VICE Magazine, 2014)

"Particularly chic... one of the most popular spinners in Williamsburg and the founder of the New York Night Train dance parties. His fare is already cleaner and more appreciative of American pop music history than much of the rest." (NY Times, 2013)

"The most-liked man in the soul music scene" (Rolling Stone, 2012)

Ask your local record store for Jonathan Toubin's LP compilations on Norton Records and his tapes on BURGER RECORDS!

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Chrystie Street 131, New York, 10002, New York, United States
Chrystie Street 131, New York, 10002, New York, United States