Warm Up with Matthew Dear, Sepalcure, MikeQ, Le1f, and JDH & Dave P at MoMA PS1 on July 21, 2012 (SLIDE SHOW)

MoMA PS1's Warm Up comes through with another winner of a wingding.

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Le1f
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Sepalcure
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JDH and Dave P
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Warm Up
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Matthew Dear

Zeuz, Chaac, Yu Shi or whatever weather god is handling these matters nowadays has been kind—Warm Up at MoMA PS1 has been remarkably dry (albeit occasionally hot as hell) this season. Maybe the deity likes cool music. There’s been plenty to go around this year, and Saturday 21’s edition was no different, with Spectral Sound overlord Matthew Dear, the bass experimentalists of Sepalcure, the Qween Beat crew's vogue-house-loving MikeQ, Camp & Street's Le1f, and the Fixed affair's JDH and Dave P playing all manner of thumpage. Next up: MJ Cole, Sinkane, Oneman and Slava!

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