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AUTHOR: BRANDON STOSUY

About Brandon Stosuy

Brandon Stosuy is Senior Writer and metal columnist for Stereogum and Contributing Editor of The Believer. He recently compiled the 'zine MIRROR ME and is at work on the collaborative publication TUBAL CAIN.

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July 12, 2013  |  Warm Up
Warm Up 2013: Kicking Off Week Three
Warm Up 2013. MoMA PS1, Saturday, July 6, 2013. Photo: Charles Roussel

The crowd goes wild during the second week of Warm Up 2013. MoMA PS1, Saturday, July 6, 2013. Photo: Charles Roussel

Following last week’s sweaty dance party with Anthony Naples, DJ Qu, Kim Ann Foxman, and the Martinez Brothers, the July 13 Warm Up, the third of the season, welcomes a number of adventurous producers from across North America to the courtyard at MoMA PS1. Read more

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August 24, 2012  |  Warm Up
Around the World Music: From Danny Brown and Just Blaze to Kassem Mosse and James Holden

Warm Up, MoMA PS1, August 18, 2012. Photo: Loren Wohl

Last Saturday morning the clouds cleared just in time to make way for the summer rays that always take a Warm Up party to that bonus level of euphoria.

The event began with RVNG Intl.’s Mattheww, who bathed the dance floor with a meditative mix of celestial anti-bangers. Read more

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August 10, 2012  |  Warm Up
Critical Mass: Warm Up Hits Attendance Record

Warm Up, MoMA PS1, August 4, 2012. Photo: Loren Wohl

This past weekend, one of the summer’s most anticipated lineups led to a jam-packed afternoon. It was the biggest Warm Up crowd we’ve seen—it marked our highest attendance to date—and one of the all-around strongest lineups from start to finish. Read more

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January 19, 2011  |  MoMA PS1
MoMA PS1′s Saturday Sessions Bring the Noise

Artist Adam Helms in discussion with writer and curator Klaus Kertess at the January 15, 2001, Saturday Session. Photo by Brett Messenger

The first Saturday Session of 2011 took place this past weekend in the third floor Main Gallery of MoMA PS1. I organized the program and hosted the day. The afternoon featured the artist Adam Helms in discussion with writer and curator Klaus Kertess, followed by a live performance by Detroit noise blues duo STARE CASE, featuring John Olson and Nate Young. Read more