Our next Hip-Hop Movie Series is CB4 and it’s coming up on October 11!
A 1993 comedy following a fictional hip-hop group, CB4 is a parody of N.W.A. and gangsta rap of the era. Written by Chris Rock and Nelson George, CB4 features a stellar cast, including Halle Berry, Eazy-E, Ice-T, Ice Cube, Flavor Flav, Shaquille O’Neal, Charlie Murphy, Isaac Hayes, Phil Hartman, Chris Elliot, and the Butthole Surfers. Also includes music from CB4 (voiced by Kool Moe Dee, Daddy-O, and Hi-C), Public Enemy, KRS-One, and the Beastie Boys.
After the screening, join us for a special DJ inspired by the movie at the House of Wax!
To see the rest of ’s photos from The Rub September 2018 party, visit our Facebook page.
The very first Rub was July 27, 2002 at Southpaw, in Park Slope, Brooklyn. In 16 years and 200+ parties, The Rub has toured the world, recorded a gazillion mixes, release countless records and CDs, and won a slew of awards.
To say it’s rare for a club night in New York City to last more than a few years is a gross understatement. So as The Rub approached its fifteenth anniversary, a project consistent with the milestone felt warranted. In the end, putting Sixteen Years of The Rub together was such a huge undertaking that it took another full year. (Imagining cutting 15,000 photos from the party down to the best 200!)
The idea and inspiration for the structure of Sixteen Years of The Rub came from Kenny Rodriguez, an accomplished photographer who one fateful night early in the party’s life set out to document an entire evening at the Brooklyn party, from before the doors opened until after all the party-goers had left. Following Kenny’s idea, the book starts at 9:30 PM and ends at 4:00 AM, with detours into crowd shots, guest DJs, the annual Halloween party mayhem, and lots of drunken hookups. Most of the images are Kenny’s, but ShoShots and Ian Meyer graciously contributed some of their favorite photos.
The result is a beautiful 150 page book full of joyful images of party people lost in the music.
Pick up this photographic history of The Rub in our Merch Store now!
We’ve got 50 more skip-the-line tickets available now for tomorrow night’s party at The Bell House. $15 (all in…no fees) jumps you right past the line and straight through the door to the festivities. If you can’t get any of these tickets in time, don’t worry…there will be plenty of tickets at the door. Special guests this month are Makossa Cookout and Dirtyfinger. We hope to see you all tomorrow night!
Saturday, September 29
DJ Eleven & DJ Ayres
w/ special guests:
Makossa Cookout & Dirtyfinger
The Bell House
149 7th Street, BK, NY
$10 before midnight, $15 after
Door by Rahnon
The Rub boys start things off with Mac Miller (R.I.P.) and then get
right into the new shit by Lil Baby, Ciara, Cassius, Sleepy Brown and
more! Just in time for their party this Saturday, Sept 29 at The Bell
Mac Miller – Red Dot Music (feat. Action Bronson)
Travis Scott – R.I.P. SCREW
Youngboy NBA – Head On (feat. Kevin Gates)
Lil Baby & Gunna – Drip Too Hard
Cardi B – I Do (feat. SZA)
Mnek – Correct
Naeem – Sway(e)ed
Ciara – Level Up
A-Trak feat. Todd Terry – DJs Gotta Dance More (Cassius Burnin’ Mix)
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Energy Fantasy
Tuff City Kids feat. Joe Goddard – Reach Out (Osborne Remix)
Silk City – Electricity (feat. Dua Lipa)
Sleepy Brown – If You Want It (feat. Scar)
Our next movie showing is Juice and it’s coming up quick on September 6th!
Few movies so perfectly capture early 1990s New York City as JUICE, the 1992 directoral debut of Ernest R. Dickerson — long-time cinematographer for Spike Lee. JUICE stars Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps and features cameos from Samuel L. Jackson, Queen Latifah, Oran “Juice” Jones, Ed Lover, Dr. Dre, Fab 5 Freddy, Donald Faison, Treach, Kool DJ Red Alert, Special Ed. It also has one of the single best soundtracks of any hip-hop movie, including joints by Naughty by Nature, Eric B. & Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Too $hort, EPMD, Salt-n-Pepa, Cypress Hill, Son of Bazerk, Brand New Heavies & N’Dea Davenport, and Teddy Riley.
After the screening, join us for a special DJ set of 90’s New York Hip-Hop at the House of Wax!
It’s almost Labor Day Weekend and Summer is on it’s way out. For this week’s #TBT, that’s exactly what Eleven brings to the table with a delicious mix of some of the most memorable Summer tunes maybe ever. Summer Madness is a perfect soundtrack to going to the park for a picnic or rooftop party with your friends in the sun. If you’re making it into “one last Summer jump off this weekend”, check this stream above and download below for your instant soundtrack.
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We’ve got 50 more skip-the-line tickets available now for tomorrow night’s party at The Bell House. $15 (all in…no fees) jumps you right past the line and straight through the door to the festivities. If you can’t get any of these tickets in time, don’t worry…there will be plenty of tickets at the door. Special guest this month is Kevlove. We hope to see you all tomorrow night!
This month Rub Radio shares the decks with one of our favorite guests, Kevlove, who will be bringing the heat at The Bellhouse on Saturday, August 25. Kev brings a smooth ass set of new joints from D.R.A.M., Childish Gambino, PNB Rock, and The Rub bats cleanup with tracks by Tyga, RL Grime, Ryan Hemsworth and more!
KevLove Guest Mix
Trippie Redd – Oomps Revenge
The Carters – LOVEHAPPY
Childish Gambino – Feels Like Summer
D.R.A.M. – Best Hugs
Jay Worthy, King Most & LNDN DRGS – Westside Party
YG – Slay feat. Quavo
PnB Rock – Nowadays
Krept & Konan ft Jhene Aiko – Wrongs
Stefflon Don – Senseless
YNW Melly – Wine For Me
Roses Gabor – Illusions (feat. Sampha)
Mac Miller – Ladders
The Rub Mix
DJDS – I Get By (ft. Amber Marks & Vory)
Drake – Don’t Matter To Me (ft. Michael Jackson)
Tyga – Taste (ft. Offset)
Jacques Greene – Nordschleife
RL Grime – Shoulda
How To Dress Well – The Anteroom / False Skull 1
Ryan Hemsworth – Think About U (ft. Joji)