David Teller sometimes goes by BirdDog Promo. Based out of Bushwick, Brooklyn, David has been curating big and small events in the neighborhood since he moved there 8 years ago. His productions are often hosted in unconventional locations including rooftops, alleyways, local groceries, and public parks. They begin with a raw space and are built up from scratch. Besides producing events, he manages bands, books tours, and helps with promotional campaigns. A musician's best friend. birddogproductions.blogspot.com
Supercrush Studio is a multi faceted production company on an independent level based in Brooklyn, New York, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Buenos Aires, Argentina. On one hand, Supercrush Studio is a group of music promoters for artists they love, on the flip side they are storytellers. www.supercrushstudio.com
The Sky Report is a Brooklyn-based music blog curated by DJ/promoter Scot Bowman. Its primary focus is on the discovery of unique and forward-thinking new artists that it believes will shape the next wave in modern sounds - music for a future generation. Sky Report also produces regular live events around Brooklyn, most notably the annual Out In The Streets Music Festival every summer. www.theskyreport.com
The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, located in Ridgewood on the border of Queens and Brooklyn, is the oldest Dutch Colonial stone house in New York City. Peter Stuyvesant granted the land it sits on in the mid-seventeenth century, and by 1660, Hendrick Barents Smidt occupied a small house on the site. In 1709, Paulus Vander Ende of Flatbush purchased the farm and began construction of the current house. The building was a prominent marker in the 1769 settlement of the boundary dispute between Bushwick in Kings County and Newtown in Queens County.
L train to Jefferson St
B57 to Flushing/Onderdon