Warm Up, MoMA PS1, 2003.

JULY 5

Richie Hawtin / Decks / EFX / 909 / Final Scratch / Minus
Magda / Minus
Mice Parade / Bubble Core
DJ Tree / Bubble Core

JULY 12

Danny Krivit / 718 Sessions / Body & Soul / New York, NY
E Man / Bang the Party / New York, NY

JULY 19

Onionz / East River Rituals / Electric Soul / New York, NY
Blakkat / East River Rituals / Shaboom / United Kingdom
Rich Medina / Jump & Funk / Little Ricky’s /Afrorikan Vybe
DJ Sabo / Sol Selectas

JULY 26

Tyson / Forms / The Netherlands
DJ Traxx / International Deejay Gigolo / Kode / SFK / Chicago. IL
Lauren Flax Live / Brokenrobots / Used / Ohm Resistance / New York, NY
Small Change / Black Crack

AUGUST 2

Nicky Siano
Markie Mark / Grayhound Recording / San Francisco, CA
DJ Language / NegroClash

AUGUST 9

Mad Professor Dub Show / Ariwa Sound System / United Kingdom
Cassien / Konkrete Jungle / New York, NY
Triangle Orchestra (LIVE) / San Francisco, CA

AUGUST 16

Prohibited Beatz (LIVE)
Broken Beat/House/Drum & Bass Dance Fusion featuring Jo Jo M, Takuya Nakamura, John Davis, and Lisa Shaw
Swingsett
Opening DJ sets by Don Vu, Pete Sung & Jay Lee / Play / New York, NY

AUGUST 23

agnès b. presents:
Scratch Massive / Chateau Rouge / France
Aaron LaCrate
Joakim / Versatile / France

AUGUST 30

DJ Afrika Bambaataa Godfather of Hip Hop Culture, Father of the Electro-Funk Sound / KLB
James Murphy / DFA
Mike & Ike / Mike Madness & I-Cue / Hipstep Pioneers / Live Nude DJs / Zulu Nation / Digi Kon / New York, NY

Click here for information on Warm Up 2017.

Over its 20 seasons, Warm Up has featured more than 750 artists, including pop artists Solange, Jamie XX, and Grimes, experimental musicians Arca, Black Dice, and Four Tet, and legendary DJs like DJ Premier, Richie Hawtin, and Kim Ann Foxman. As one of the longest-running music programs within a museum, Warm Up has a history of supporting emerging artists and providing a platform for experimentation, unique collaborations, and new material.

An integral part of MoMA PS1’s contemporary program, Warm Up provides an opportunity to engage with today’s most experimental and innovative artists across media. Audiences are encouraged to visit the exhibition galleries and experience MoMA PS1’s diverse exhibitions of emerging artists, new genres, and adventurous work by recognized artists. Warm Up 2017 will take place within a site-specific installation by Young Architects Program winner Jenny Sabin Studio made of photoluminescent textiles that transform over the course of a day.

Warm Up 2003 is organized by P.S.1 Summer Music Series Coordinator, Jason Drummond (a.k.a San Francisco’s DJ Spun), and Director of Music, Lokke Highstein (New York-based DJ and musician Lo-Ki).

Warm Up 2003 is made possible with the generous support of The James Family Foundation, agnès b., and Brooklyn Brewery.

  1. Saturday, August 30, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  2. Saturday, August 23, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  3. Saturday, August 16, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  4. Saturday, August 9, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  5. Saturday, August 2, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  6. Saturday, July 26, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  7. Saturday, July 19, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  8. Saturday, July 12, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

  9. Saturday, July 5, 2003,
    3:009:00 p.m.

This event is part of Warm Up Archive: 1998 ─ 2016.