Since some of our closest comrades are traveling abroad this holiday season, we decide to through a pre-NYE (with champagne, tinsel, and a countdown to boot), so they could have some Mehanata NYE madness before they left. It was awesome.
We’re getting pretty good at this.
Anyway, if you don’t already know, the Lemon Bucket Orkestra is coming to town for NYE, and we’re going to throw down like nobody’s business. Check out the lineup of DJs and other details here.
Wanna get on our VIP list? We might just let ya!
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We’re super stoked to announce that Lemon Bucket Orkestra is playing Mehanata on New Year’s Eve! Last time they were in town, they literally did not stop playing music util the sun was way in the sky and most of us were slumped over in drunken sleep, all over the bar’s mezzanine. Good times!
Help us welcome them back with a big rowdy crowd on NYE! The facebook event is here. Details are forthcoming re: champagne dreams and NYE festivities but we know one thing for sure: it’ll be the best party of 2012 and 2013.
P.S. Obviously Raphlex & Mishto will be DJing, so come check us out!
Raj and Allie Silver, hailing from the same radio station in Chicago without evening knowing it – how Mehanata brings us back together! Allie interviewed us about Burdel Dali for WNUR 89.3 FM back in October – we’ll have some audio from the show up shortly.
Georgie porgy pudding pie, kissed the girls and made them furious.
Two great shots of loft-insanity, courtesy of Tina!
Trivia: 2 out of 3 Burdel Dali Militia officers have design training from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Represent! Our last second sewing efforts made NYE that much more metallic.
Frank London photos up next…
Happy New Year, immigrant punks & Gypsy Freak friends! The Burdel militia dj’d the infamous Mehanata ice cage on last night on NYE, black & gold insignia shining like the galaxies of inebriation and joy. We were lucky enough to celebrate in a room full of people too drunk to realize we missed the countdown completely…!
Let’s keep it an in-house secret which song we played when midnight struck. Those who were there won’t soon forget.
Here’s to 2010, the launch of our blog, the musicians who remain the lifeblood of our party, and the trouble we’re sure to get into in the next twelve months. Introductions, bedtime stories, photos, and party info on the way…