Thursday!

TheeSatifaction and Mykki Blanco @ Glasslands Gallery

289 Kent Ave, Bk

Price: $12

Boogie Man’ Ball @ Tammany Hall

152 Orchard St, LES

Price: $15

featuring!

Midnight Mosaic http://www.facebook.com/MidnightMosaic
Brooklyn Wildlife http://www.facebook.com/brooklynwildlife
I AM THE THIRD http://www.facebook.com/IAMTHETHIRD

Carleigh Jade http://www.facebook.com/CarleighJadeMusic

Trey LaTrash presents: Death Face–Dizzy Land Halloween Edition @ The Knitting Factory
361 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Price: $10
Turnt Up @ Gallery Bar
120 Orchard St., NYC
The Smith Grind @ Home Sweet Home
131 Chrystie St., New York, New York
Price: No cover, that means free!
This is a brand new party featuring, Ben Robey and Tekit Izi!
Split Screen at This N’ That 
108 N. 6th Street, between Berry and Wythe
Price: Free, from my understanding, but this flyer is pretty hard to understand.
Featuring!
Retard Strength @ The Flat
308 Hooper Street, BK
Price: Free
Nick Gazin keeps it trill as fuck up in there, you should go, it’s fun!

Friday!

GOLDCHIEF Friday @ Tender Trap

245 S. 1st Street, BK

Price: Free

Typical Friday antics but this week we’re also featuring a costume contest! With categories–sexiest, scariest, most creative and best celebrity impersonation.

Dirty Boogie/ Trice Pop Up Halloween Costume Art Show @ North Brooklyn Collective

121 Knickerboker Ave, BK

Price: $5

Aputumpu presents: Monsters of Fall–Inspectah Deck and more @ Cheap Storage

49 Wyckoff Ave, BK

Price: $20 at the door, cheaper before then..

There’s a beer open bar, and INSPECTAH DECK…that’s pretty dope.

 

Those Darlins and Heavy Cream @ Glasslands Gallery 

289 Kent Ave, BK

Price: $15

THOSE DARLINS: http://thosedarlins.com/
HEAVY CREAM: http://heavycreamband.blogspot.com/

 

Last Unicorn @ Pyramid Club

101 Ave A Between 6th & 7th Streets, East Village

Price: Free

 

Saturday!

Urband Legends and Corpse Corpse present…@ Signal Gallery 

260 Johnson Ave, BK

Price: ? this might be free, it is an art exhibition, so it should be free. From 7-9 there’s going to be free alcohol.

 

 

True Blood 

Somewhere in South Brooklyn, check the event page for undisclosed details tat will hopefully be disclosed soon.

Price: Girls–$5, Guys–$10

 

Saturdazed @ Tender Trap 

245 S. 1st Street, BK

Price: Free

 

HALLOWEEN CAT FACE @ WEBSTER HALL 

125 E. 11th St. (Lower Level), New York

Price: shiit, I dunno. I thought this party was free if you wore a car face…but apparently I don’t know shit.

 

This is all I’ve got so far, but it’s Halloweekend I’m going to dig and find! But if you want your event on Your Blackout Starts Now part two for this week, or any other time, be sure to e-mail your flyer and information to events@superchief.tv

...i'm basically a princess.

GOOSEBUMPS “SCARED TO SEE A DOCTOR” RECORD RELEASE SHOW AT 538 JOHNSON (FULL SETS FROM GOOSEBUMPS, AJAX, MERCENARY, LIBYANS, AND LA MISMA)

Like an episode of Jerry Springer, but with more fireworks.

FIGHT CLUB: THE BEST OF FRIDAY NIGHT THROWDOWN

Following the news of Throwdown’s return at SXSW this year with a Texas vs. NYC event, it seems only appropriate to take a look back at the history of Friday Night Throwdown, and the coverage we’ve had of it here on Superchief over the years. For the uninitiated; Friday Night Throwdown wasn’t just NYC’s best underground boxing event, it was NYC’s best underground party.

TEXAS VS. NYC: THROWDOWN RETURNS AT SXSW THIS YEAR

The organization that brought Ford models, Marines and Bloods together for New York’s best underground party is bringing their business to Austin, and bringing with them a Texas vs. NYC event…and Superchief will be covering the whole thing, from start to finish.

THIS APRIL: SUPERCHIEF GALLERY NYC PRESENTS JOHN FELIX ARNOLD III’S “EXCORRIGIA | THE SCOURGE”

From the world of UNSTOPPABLE TOMORROW, Superchief Gallery NYC returns this spring with John Felix Arnold III’s EXCORRIGIA | THE SCOURGE, an exhibition of new works in painting, drawing, mixed media, installation, and sound. The exhibition will run from April 3 through April 13, and there will be an opening reception on Thursday, April 3 from 6-10pm at CultureFix on 9 Clinton Street.

HIGH ON HUNGER: JANE CHARDIET

“High on Hunger” is Jane Chardiet’s new zine, featuring personal essay, photography and interviews with 12 artists, including some of our favorites, about their 2013 and their artistic goals in the new year, along with photographs of each licking fire. It’s good stuff, so I asked Jane about her 2013, because turnabout’s fair play and that’s how the game works.

12 O’ CLOCK BOYS (BALTIMORE STREETBIKE REALNESS)

Whatever your city is doing, what the homies out in B-More are doing is 10x as crazy. 12 O’ Clock Boys is one of the hardest movies we’ve seen in a long time, hands down, exploring a city and a culture that just doesn’t give a fuck (and featuring Baltimore himies like Schwarz on the soundtrack) the film gets more done in it’s 75 minutes than most documentaries do in twice that.

TAPE BAG #1: I HAVEN’T GOTTEN OFF MY COUCH IN DAYS.

Talking shit on random tapes cuz I wanna. Round one: Mongrel, Skinny Puppy, Madonna, Gowanus Mutant Kommandos, Temple of the Dog and MORE.

R.I.P RICKY LUANDA OF CHAIN GANG

Ricky Luanda of the experimental NYC punk band Chain Gang, one of the coolest bands ever, passed away earlier this week from esophogeal cancer. Watch 10 minutes of the bands’ rare, legendary, batshit crazy 1980′s film “MONDO MANHATTAN” right here.

ALWAYS KEEP THE CAMERA RUNNING: MAKS SUSKI’S VIDEOS OF THE NYC MUSIC SCENE

Maks Suski has been hard at work documenting live music in NYC on video for the last 4 years; we asked him to compile a list of some of his favorite videos that he’s shot, a list that includes Japanther, Action Bronson, Death Grips, Culo, Crystal Castles, Limp Wrist, Black Pus and more.

THERE IS A TINY LEG A QUARTER OF AN INCH BELOW YOUR TENTH RIB.

“Although Tiny Leg’s sound owes much of it’s inspiration to the Oakland glucose and thumbtrack scenes of the mid-nineties, and has been called by HotFridge magazine ‘a thumbcore homage to the sound of Velvet Curtis and Taco’ and ‘a slick-stale, neo-juicy, post-hipster alchemy, somewhere in between gluke-wave and puke-base’ by PeckerwoodsToday, those sentences are too journalistic and not souague enough, if one may permit my french.”

DAWN OF HUMANS, HANK WOOD & THE HAMMERHEADS, AND PHARMAKON PLAYED PS1 SATURDAY NIGHT (FULL SETS)

PUNK NOT ART NOISE NOT MUSIC ACK ACK ACK ACK

TOD SEELIE’S “BRIGHT NIGHTS” BOOK RELEASE & PHOTO SHOW AT SUPERCHIEF GALLERY AT CULTUREFIX (VIDEO)

Tod Seelie’s book release and photo show at Superchief Gallery at CultureFix was a celebration of the last 15 years of New York’s underground, for sure; but it also kept an eye on the future.

FUCKED UP CLOSED OUT 285 KENT’S LAST SHOW (FULL SET)

285 Kent finished it’s run last Sunday night; check out full video of Fucked Up’s headlining set right here.

SUPERCHIEF GALLERY AT MIAMI ART BASEL 2013: WILL SMITH CAN SUCK IT.

Superchief Gallery’s showing at Select Fair 2013 is even bigger, better and more batshit crazy than our 2012 showing was – check out photos here, and for homies in Miami, we’ll be at the Catalina Hotel all this week!

STACY KRANITZ’S SKATOPIA (50+ Photos From a Burnout’s Paradise)

Photographer Stacy Kranitz recently journeyed to Skatopia, a famed 88 acre skate park/commune in Ohio which was founded in 1995, documented in the 2010 film of the same name, and once described by writer Kevin Duffel as “a demented mess that meets halfway between an anarchistic Mad Maxian Thunderdome and a utopian skateboard society.” Goddamn if it isn’t one of the best things we’ve ever seen.