The official landing of The AlieNatioN dance single “GET ABDUCTED!”
by THE ILLUMINATOR with GIRLS LIKE BASS
Where? where else? Aliens would only land here….MEHANATA 113 Ludlow St.(near Delancey) Lower East Side NYC http://www.Mehanata.com facebook.com/mehanata
Spaceship opens at 9pm
Free admission from 9pm-11pm
$10 after 11pm
Live Alien Abduction at 12 midnite
AlieNatioN & WetCircuit providing visual stimulation & probing all night long
Special performance by Mini-Michael Jackson and other-worldly visitors
DJ Mishto & Raphlex of [Burdel Dali Presents] spinning Space Gypsy Electro-Balkan Anthems http://burdeldali.com
@ MEHANATA the Utimate Drunken-Balkan Disco Divebar goes Intergalactic!!
Drink, Smoke Hookah, Eat & Dance your tentacles off!
Imagine the STAR WARS Cantina…..gone wild!!
We [@ Burdel Dali] always pay close attention to what surrounds us in a daily basis and what is going on in our young always changing musical universe.
The Balkan Hotsteppers represent what every dj desires… knowledge, skill and a tireless obsession for making things smooth and more festive than they already are.
from their profile: Formed back in 2006 by Belgian DJ’s Sam Rabam and Typsy Gypsy, the infamous Balkan Hotsteppers released trendsetting mixtapes on the internet. Combining modern beats with classical Balkan, gypsy and klezmer melodies and mashing it up with hip-hop, they soon became a standard in the evergrowing European BalkanBeats scene.
Four years later they have played all over Europe: Belgium, France, Holland, Ireland, UK, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Romania, Turkey, Spain, Portugal. Their unique blend will take you on a eclectic trip to the balkans and beyond. Balkan Mashups, Klezmer Beats, Gypsy Punk, Russian Ska, Romano Hip Hop, Yugoslavian Brass Bangers,…!
We at Burdel Dali salute you Balkan Hotsteppers! You have a house and a podium in New York city.
There are similarities between klezmer and Roma (Gypsy) music, and fusions of the two have become very popular in recent years. There are several reasons why Jewish klezmer and Gypsy music share common elements and blend together well.
Like the Jews, the Gypsy people are an ancient ethnicity that did not originate in Europe; they are believed to be people of the Indian subcontinent who have migrated through the Near East into Europe. Also like the Jews, the Gypsy people were a separate minority group generally living on the margins of the societies of the countries in which they lived.
Both groups maintained distinct cultural identities despite being widely scattered, possessed no country or homeland of their own, and were frequent targets of expulsions, discrimination, and persecution. Like klezmer, Gypsy music is likely traditional religious Roma songs combined with the music of host countries, and influenced by Gypsy status as a wandering and often marginalized minority. Despite of all this, the music of both groups is often joyful and exemplifies the energy and fire of life and of living. To read more
Another year has passed by and with it our memories and favorites songs that made you instantly get on the dance floor.
2010 was a huge year in music and we are bringing you the top 20 songs (and some videos) of the year according to burdeldali.com
Zona za Lubov – Violeta
We not speak Americano – Yolanda Be Cool and DCUP
Asta Seara e Petrecere – Nicolae Guta & Costi Ionita
There’s a tweet circulating twitter lately… there are many variations, but the gist of it is: “Your watch is Swiss. Your fashion is French. Your shirt is Indian. Your shoes are Thai. Your radio is Korean. Your vodka is Russian.”
It’s a pro-immigration awareness campaign and we have no idea where it began, but we love it. CELEBRATE THE DIVERSITY OF THIS CITY AND THIS NATION! Thursday night, the immigrant anthems, tropical percus…sion, circle-dancing, floor-cracking joviality rages on!
DJ Mishto & Raphlex have your chalga, bhangra, Russian festive, Bregovic anthems, Hungarian lullabies, cumbia anything-except-lullabies, etc… Turbo-tropics via conga and bongo by the Atari Conga-crew, Chico Cristo & Crispeto!
Hosted by Mishka–festive and/or Soviet dress code! We’re shooting footage for our new promo video at every party now, so come like you mean it!
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Thursday brings the weekly trans-global meltdown with Raphlex and Mishto at Mehanata–raise your tambourines and empty bottles to the most audacious mix of world-wide anthems, with live turbo-tropical percussion by Chico Cristo & Crispeto of ESCARIOKA…
One epic night in the ice cage with Raphlex & Mishka—accompanied by our beautiful shot girl Sarita, our Russian princess Anastasia, and all of the attractive bohemian wackos we’ve come to know and love at our Saturday night party, BALKAN BUBBLEGUM…
Sarita & Mishka!
Raphlex going bananas… with our fabulous new masks from Chinatown.
For that one glorious night before the new stripper poles were installed, we set up the projector to have Devdas and various highly decorated films projected on the back wall. People were loving it.
Our homegirl DJ WHO AM I was holding it down upstairs, with her psycho-festive russian setlist and ridiculously sexy body paint.
Raphlex & Mishka in the ice cage, Saturday nights! Mehanata Bulgarian Bar, 113 Ludlow btw Rivington & Delancey.
Bust out the war paint and tambourines–Thursday night’s another trans-global throwdown in the burdel… Immigrant anthems by global citizens DJ Mishto & Raphlex, w/ sick tropical undercurrents by turbo-tangomuffin percussionists Chico Cristo & Crispeto… Vintage Yugoslavian, bubblegum chalga, dirty cumbia, high-decor bhangra, inebriated polka, electro-Arabic love songs… GYPSY PUNK!!
→ $5 RAKIA SHOTS ALL NIGHT
→ $2 WINE BEFORE 10PM
♪ ♫ FREE ADMISSION to BURDEL DALI on our list…
[Burdel Dali Presents] Trans-Global Dance Party at KEYBAR
This Tuesday Mishto, Raphlex, and Mishka land at KEYBAR to bring some trans-global burdel flavor to the East Village. This saucy lounge is about to be filled with festive anthems from every nation!! Come for drinks, immigrant bonding, and a gypsy-punk freakout – NO COVER.