Archive for April, 2012

Sun. April 29th – Plant Music x Nouveau York: ‘Love Me’

This Sunday April 29:

Plant Music head honchos, Stretch Armstrong and Dominique Keegan are spinning with Plastic Plates and Nouveau York @ Le Bain to celebrate the release of Plant Music: Love Me. The pool will be open. There will be wonderful Love Me giveaways. Come and Love Me…

Music by:
Stretch Armstrong
Plastic Plates
Dominique Keegan

When?
Sunday April 29
9:00pm – 3:00am

Where?
Nouveau York
Sundays at Le Bain
The Standard, New York
444 W 13 Street

Facebook Event Page

Plant Music: Love Me out now on CD & Digital

@PlantMusic Compilation album “Love Me” is out now on CD and Digital. If you order the CD I will deliver it to you myself if you live in NYC.  That’s service!

Buy here now on: iTunes /  Beatport /  CD

Love Me Release Party and Booty

TONIGHT!

It has begun, let the lovin’ commence.  The first installment in our Love Me series starts tonight with the Plant Music All Stars at subMercer with many more to come.

Also get some of this booty, merchandise that is. Check out our Store where you can get some Love Me  swaggu. Peep the hand stitched shirts below made by our friends over at Kaviar & Cigarettes.  You can also pre-order the digital version on Itunes and receive it on the official release date, April 24th .


The New Plant Music Podcast: Seed 01 – NY’s Finest, Eli Escobar

Yo, Plant Music has a podcast! It’s the inaugural edition with NY’s finest, Eli Escobar.  Eli is a mainstay in the NY underground, considered a connoisseur of quality sounds.  You can catch the man around town laying it down properly at his numerous residencies at Le Bain, Submercer, and Tiki Disco just to name a few.

Check it out on PodOmatic or

Soundcloud:
Seed 01: NY’s Finest, Eli Escobar by Plant Music

No tracklist for this one and here’s some words from the man himself:

“I made this mix live in my studio and then threw some overdubs on top of it. When I’m on the road I’ll make mixes in Ableton and in clubs I’ll use CDJ’s but whenever I do a mix at home I always pull a record out, hit record and just take it from there. I think it’s just a habit I’ve held on to since I started making mixes in high school. It doesn’t always work out but luckily this time it did. This mix consists of records I bought in Detroit, Chicago, New York and, in one case, from Roctakon’s personal collection. Hope you all enjoy it!”