Mister Saturday Night, the beloved party and label captained by Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin, and Boiler Room, the live-stream institution that needs no explanation, are a match made in party heaven. Back in January of 2015, the squad released their first collaborative pre-recorded stream; the first in a series focused on NYC-based house dancers, and of course Carter and Harkin let loose on their typical goodie bag of house and disco jams amidst a pack of shufflers, steppers and all around bust-a-movers. The second stream went down at the pair's new outdoor bar and venue, Nowadays, and was equally as glorious. Now, we're jazzed to be sharing number three in the series, recorded live at recently reopened Bushwick venue, and frequent MSN haunt, The Silent Barn. At this point you should probably know what to expect, but just in case, we hit up Justin Carter to hear just a little more about what went down this time…
"For this episode, we did the party at Silent Barn—one of the smaller venues we use—on a rainy night in February," Carter tells THUMP. "We had just a handful of dancers, but the atmosphere was really great. It seems like rough weather always makes for the best parties. Only the most dedicated of dancers come down, and there's plenty of space to stretch out."
Lock in and get down in the player below, and, if you fancy yourself a dancer, the gang is already working on production for episode four. So if you're a New York-based and interested in participating, send a video of yourself getting down to email@example.com.
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