5 Sunday Things to do in Orlando for June 28, 2015

Here are five Sunday things to do in and around Orlando for June 28, 2015.  Two are live entertainment. Three are DJ nights.

1. Bridging the Music Presents Sleeping with Sunshine, Ryda, Young Luv & many more: Starts 3pm at West End Trading Co., 202 S Sanford Ave, Sanford, Florida 32771.

Sunday at West End June 28

 

Words from Facebook:

Doors @ 3PM
Music @ 4PM
18+
(under 18 must be accompanied by a Parent or Guardian)

2. Lazy Afternoon Sundays 2015 – DJ BOBBITO (Stretch & Bob): Starts 5pm at The Patio, located 14A West Washington St, Orlando, Florida 32801.

Bobbito at the patio June 28

Words from Facebook:

Orlando’s most flavored taste makers have come back home. Lazy Afternoon Sundays at the end of each month will be going down AND with some serious special guests!

This month we have Bobbito Garcia a.k.a. Kool Bob Love returning with love alongside DJ Nigel Jon on the opening set.

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BOBBITO

NYC native and world-renowned DJ Bobbito Garcia is the critically acclaimed author of Where’d You Get Those? NYC’s Sneaker Culture: 1960-1987 (Testify Books). The former NY Knicks/MSG Network halftime reporter was the voice of EA Sports’ popular NBA Street video game and TV host of ESPN2’s “It’s the Shoes” series. In 2007, Nike released seven co-designed Air Force 1 sneakers bearing his signature. In 2013, Garcia co-directed the film Doin’ It In The Park: Pick-Up Basketball, NYC. Currently, he is the announcer for ESPNU’s Elite 24 Game and his own tournament Full Court 21™. “Kool Bob Love” is also directing his next film titled Stretch And Bobbito, due for release in 2015.

From 1990 to 1998, García co-hosted The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show on WKCR. It featured exclusive demo tapes and in-studio freestyles from many then-unsigned hip hop artists such as Nas, Big Pun, Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Cam’ron, DMX, Wu-Tang Clan, Fugees, Talib Kweli, Big L and The Notorious B.I.G. who later found great success on major record labels.[4] He set up the vinyl-only label Fondle ‘Em Records in 1995 as an outlet for other guests such as MF DOOM, MF Grimm, Kool Keith and Cage. In 1998 The Source named The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show as the “Best Hip Hop Radio Show of All Time”.[citation needed]

In 2000 hip hop artist Necro included a Live freestyle from a Bobbito WKCR show recorded on 4/20/2000 on his debut album “I need Drugs”. The two have collaborated as early as 1994.

In 2003, García created Bounce: From the Playground,[citation needed] a quarterly magazine devoted to streetball, especially the playground scene in New York City. He has been an editor, writer, and photographer for the magazine, and has also done work for and been featured in magazines including Vibe and The Source. He wrote Where’d You Get Those?: New York City’s Sneaker Culture 1960-1987. He hosted the ESPN show It’s the Shoes, interviewing celebrities about their sneaker collection. He was featured in the sneaker documentary Just for Kicks and performed the announcer’s voice in NBA Street Vol. 2, NBA Street V3 and NBA Street Showdown. He is emcee of the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest in the video game NBA 2K8, 2K9 and 2K10.[citation needed]

In 2006, Madison Square Garden Network hired García to do the “Hot Minute at the Half” reports with celebrities in the crowd during Knicks home games. He became the first Latino broadcast member in the 60-year history of the franchise.[citation needed] In 2007, he worked with Nike on limited edition Nike Air Force 1 and Air Force 25 models, selecting the colors, fabrics and logo used, and designed the “Project Playground” limited edition of the Adidas Superstar.[citation needed] In 2009, he worked on Blokhedz animated web series on Missiong.com.[citation needed]

García is the annual Boost Mobile Elite 24 HS All-American Game play-by-play announcer for ESPNU, owner of the vinyl-only label/imprint Álala Records, and co-directing, with Kevin Couliau, the documentary Doin’ It In The Park: Pick-up Basketball, New York City by 360 Creative Films, which premiered in New York theaters in June 2013.[5]

http://koolboblove.com/

www.thelazyafternoon.com

https://soundcloud.com/lazyafternoon

https://instagram.com/lazyafternoon_/

3. The Grand Collab: From 7pm to 1am at Will’s Pub, located 1042 N Mills Ave, Orlando, Florida 32803.

Grand Collab June 28

Words from Facebook:

Precisely one week after the Summer Solstice, we will be holding the seventh edition of the Grand Collab! Grab your friends and come out to Will’s Pub for some fun in the sun! And by “in the sun,” I mean at night… on a SUNday.

Bad jokes aside, here’s the bill folks:

Samurai Shotgun
http://www.samuraishotgun.com/
https://www.facebook.com/SAMURAISHOTGUN

Deaf 2 the Industry
https://www.facebook.com/Deaf2theindustry

Harsh Radish
https://www.facebook.com/harshradish

AMiAM
https://www.facebook.com/AMiAMHipHop

Marc With a C
https://www.facebook.com/marcwithacmusic

Hosted by TKO
https://www.facebook.com/TKOmusiconline

Doors at 7pm// $7// 21+




4. SceneOrlando LIVE :::ENEI::: Starts 10pm at Sandwich Bar, located 2432 E Robinson St, Orlando, Florida 32803.

Enei

Words from Facebook:

Sceneorlando LIVE is proudly hosting Critcal Music artist

Enei

Hailing from St. Petersburg in Russia it was way back in 2003 that a young Alexey Egorchenkov first got the taste for the musical drug Drum & Bass. Like many others before him he became hooked, dabbling with his own production and DJing soon after. Taking the artist name Enei his career began to blossom giving him star status in his beloved Russia and far but it wasn’t until 2007 that things really began to escalate.

During this year Enei earned his first official release on the Dutch label Fokuz but it was the first of many as others began to drop on other imprints such as Blu Saphir, Cyanide and Citrus throughout 2008 and 2009. Whilst his productions and profile began to take shape a certain eagle-eyed label boss, renowned for his supreme A&R’ing, was keeping close tabs on him; it wasn’t long before the phone call was made and Kasra secured the first Enei release for Critical Music at the end of 2010. The rest as they say, is history.

Releasing the Andy C favourite ‘Cracker’, ‘One Chance’ and the much lauded ‘Stone Head EP’, Enei’s Critical discography is relatively short but seeing the sheer talent within Kasra signed him exclusively for the label in 2011. It was Enei’s biggest year and to top it off he came away the ‘Best Newcomer Producer’ accolade at the end of year Drum & Bass Arena Awards.

As we enter 2012 things are only getting better for Russia’s number 1 producer/DJ; his debut album is complete and scheduled for early summer whilst a slew of remix work continues to pour in. With his music supported by Goldie, London Elektricity, Bailey, DJ Hype, Andy C, Kasra and many more, and an ever increasing DJ’ing schedule, you can guarantee this is merely the start of it as one of the most exciting of the new producers generation in electronic music today continues to make his way.

https://www.facebook.com/eneiofficial/
https://soundcloud.com/enei
https://twitter.com/eneimusic

21+
$10
Gets you into both Spacebar and Sandwich Bar

5. SceneOrlando LIVE :::6.28.15::: with Pat Fontes: Starts 10pm at Spacebar, located 2428 E Robinson St, Orlando, Florida 32803.

Pat Fontes June 28

Words from Facebook:

Special Edition on a Sunday

We are very excited to veer from our normal format of the first Saturday for this Edition of :::LIVE:::

Pat Fontes

Pat Fontes’ knowledge of electronic music has made him into what many have stated as a connoisseur of sorts. With almost two decades of DJing experience on his resume from the underground to clubs all over the world this former owner, manager, music buyer of the now legendary Satellite Records Boston has built a strong reputation for himself. He is the man responsible for one of Boston’s longest running underground house, techno, and electronic oddities weeklies at the Phoenix Landing Wednesdays. It went by many names but was most well known as Midweek Techno with his friends Soul Clap. He has had the honor of being exposed to many industry heavy-weights and has opened for the likes of Martin Buttrich, Paco Osuna, The Orb, Timo Maas, Cassy, Pan Pot , Layo & Bushwacka, Peace Division, Chris Fortier just to name a few.

Pat is now pushing boundaries again and providing his own dirty, sweaty, synth infected, sexy swag to his DJ sets and original productions. His sound falls under the umbrellas of techno & house but he has always developed his own unique spin on these genres and tends to bend every aspect of conventional thoughts towards them. He has had releases on well known labels such as Thoughtless Music and Airdrop Records. Now with many remixes and originals coming, Pat has joined a new pack of like minded artists on Prisoner of Love Records – Private Business – Proper Slap – Tight Groove – to name a few

Being quoted by his peers as “Mr. Techno” this humble encyclopedia of electronic music knowledge has been there, and done that, and is still finding ways to capture the imagination of others through his music!

Life’s too short… listen to music !

(Prisoner of Love – Proper Slap – Thoughtless Music | Private Business | Tight Groove) Suburbs of Boston, MA

www.beatport.com/artist/pat-fontes/58532
@patfontes
www.residentadvisor.net/dj/patfontes
www.facebook.com/djpat.fontes

“Pat is one of the most humble Dj’s I have ever had the pleasure of booking. His aptitude and proficiency behind the decks demonstrate years of devotion and passion to his practiced craft. ”

– Tom Correy-
Beltek Festival, SceneOrlandoLive

21+
$10
Gets you into both Spacebar and Sandwich Bar

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