What, you may ask, is Rusted Radar?
While our primary focus is that of up and coming producers, we felt it was time to expand our reach. One thing that drives us is to support music and art, in all forms. Here at The Rust we are inspired by a multitude of genres and styles of music, new and old. Starting now, we will be highlighting all of the events that we think you should be going to in New York City and the greater Northeast area. Check out our monthly roundup for performances in Jazz, Hip Hop, Electronic, Jam, and so much more. Make sure to keep checking back as we will be constantly updating the list. With the nature of how things are, shows can easily be announced a week before they happen.
You can count on us to keep an eye out for all such announcements.
Without further ado, here's your September roundup:
ROGER WATERS at Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. Monday September 11th and Tuesday, September 12th at 8pm.
Pink Floyd is a band that unites many on the staff of The Rust. You know we love Pink Floyd. We know you do too. Roger Waters is a legend and one of the core members of the band.
DEL THE FUNKY HOMOSAPIEN at The Brooklyn Bowl. Tuesday, September 12th at 8pm.
For the alternative hip hop heads.
JACKIE GREENE + FRIENDS at The Brooklyn Bowl. Thursday, September 14th at 8pm.
Grateful Dead Appreciation Night.
TALIB KWELI at The Brooklyn Bowl. Thursday, September 14 at 11pm.
A DJ Set presented by Brooklyn hip hop legend Talib Kweli.
GHOSTFACE KILLAH at The Brooklyn Bowl. Friday, September 15th at 11:30pm.
Catch Shaolin's Finest laying down the classic Wu-Tang flavor at this Meadows afterparty
CHAMPIAN FULTON at Radegast Hall in Brooklyn. Monday, September 18th at 8pm.
Jazz. Jazz. Jazz. Vocals and piano.
MINDSTATE EXPRESSIONS: VOLUME1 at Terra Firma in Brooklyn. Thursday, September 21 at 9pm.
Local up and coming hip-hop artist Rasp-5 with Soley, Tygris + more!
THE JOHN KADLECIK BAND at The Brooklyn Bowl. Thursday, September 21st at 8pm.
Former Dark Star Orchestra & Furthur lead guitarist John K rips it up at the Bowl. Expect to hear some Dead tunes!
JADE CICADA W/ CHARLESTHEFIRST at Coda in Philadelphia. Thursday, September 21st at 9pm.
Two of the illest producers in the game right now. Gangster sound design.
EPICENTER 29: UTTERLY SUBLIME at Brown Note in Brooklyn. Friday, September 22nd at 10pm.
The creators of the Tsunami Bass Sound System also throw amazing parties. At an Epicenter event you can expect large speakers, good people, a dark room and low frequencies.
GLOBAL CITIZEN FESTIVAL at Central Park. Saturday, September 23rd.
Stevie Wonder. A living legend. That's all you really need to know.
CHARLESTHEFIRST presented by Sermon in Brooklyn. Saturday, September 23rd at 10pm.
Support by Of The Trees, Tsimba + Mindset
For your bass music fix. Sound provided by Tsunami Bass.
LOTUS at the Mann Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia. Saturday, September 23rd at 6pm.
Organic Ambient Trance Funk. Hometown Throwdown. It will not be boring.
BROOKLYN COMES ALIVE 2017 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. September 23rd-24th.
2 Days, 3 Venues, 100+ Artists.
This year is the third installment of Brooklyn Comes Alive, an epic festival of musicians that come together to perform jam sessions, supergroups, and never before seen collaborations. This event is inspired by the music scene in New Orleans during Jazz Fest.
NOSAJ THING at Warsaw in Brooklyn. Wednesday, September 27th at 8pm.
Popgun Presents. We love what they do.
SPAFFORD at the Fillmore in Philadelphia. Friday, September 29th at 8:30pm.
+ The Brooklyn Bowl. Saturday, September 30th at 8pm. (2 sets!)
THIEVERY CORPORATION at the Coney Island Boardwalk. Saturday, September 30th at 8pm.
Rob Garza. Eric Hilton. A whole slue of other talents musicians. Artistry.
THUNDERCAT at Brooklyn Steel. September 30-October 1st at 8pm.
Everyone's favorite producer/bassist