Rock Out At “A Nice Set,” A Dope Exhibition Of DJ Slipmats (Plus There’s A Party Tom)

Whether you're two-stepping in in the club, or jamming out on the subway, there's absolutely nothing better then a perfect DJ set. Starting tonight, we can do more than just appreciate a good mash-up, with a dope new exhibition, "A Nice Set," a collection of rockin' DJ slipmats (the piece that goes between the turntable and the record.) Presented by creative design studio We Are Plus and concept shop Reed Space, the show commissioned 30 international DJs, like Republic of Regina and Universal Everything, to develop one-of-a-kind art that expresses their unique takes on music. We love Tim Saccenti's psychedelic fish, Jeremy Hollister's Damian Hirst-like wheels, and Ian "Swifty" Swift's camo craziness. Stop by tomorrow night for their opening party, with comped drinks, performances by Tyler Askew and Butter, and, of course, some art that will make your head spin.
Tuesday, May 4th, 7-10p.m. Reed Space, 151 Orchard Street (between Rivington and Stanton streets); 212-253-0588
A Nice Set will run to the end of May.