Sunday, June 21, 2015

Dortmund Global Player with Kosta Kostov and Dj Ali

Such a great beginning to the tour.

Domicil club, in Dortmund, is a pretty famous jazz club, but they have had the GlobalPlayer party hosted by the amazing Kosta Kostov and DJ Ali for seven years. Beautiful spot, friendly staff, nice dancefloor, great sound... and the crowd was lovely - people jumped on the dancefloor right away and didn't leave until we turned on the lights!

Such a privilege to play with these guys - the deepest musical selections for hours and hours. Incredible sounds and the audience was pretty much up for everything.

Here's a few shots - It was pretty dark, but you get an idea!

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And some happy dancing onstage too!

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Thursday, June 04, 2015

Azucar 4 year anniversary & kickoff to Ripley on the Road..

Super-honored to be on deck(s) for this incredible lineup celebrating Brooklyn's best queer latin/tropical/caribbean bass party: AZUCAR - this time presenting HARD CANDY.





The night starts at Brooklyn Museum First Saturdays where Azucar founder DJ Izla plays with amazing radical punk band Malportado Kids!



Then we move to a Williamsburg location where I will be playing alongside SO MUCH GREATNESS.

and that's my last NY show for a month. Stay tuned for details on my European tour!



Thursday, April 09, 2015

We'll warm up april somehow!







Friday, April 10


K2 Friday Nights at


The Rubin Museum of Art


6 pm - FREE

During K2 Friday Nights, Café Serai at The Rubin Museum of Art becomes the K2 Lounge, serving tasty small plates and delicious drinks to an arts minded crowd. DJ Ripley spins predominantly Central and South Asian pop music every K2 Friday Night from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Museum admission is free.


Saturday, April 18
The Athena Collective East Coast Kick-Off Showcase at

Verboten

Noon to 9:00 pm - FREE


On Saturday, April 18th, The Athena Collective will be laying on the heat with a showcase of their east coast talent. This collective was formed to connect, inspire, and empower women in the music industry. Come out for a great brunch and stay for the music and the company.

Also featuring Jay Hill, Darelectric, Dollparts, REsy, Illexxandra, Tanja, K|REX, Shisaa, V, Teknacolor Ninja, The Beat Kitty, MAMBISA, Elecctro-Cute, Hydrah and Ms. DJ Lotus.

12-6p, enjoy Unlimited $1 mimosas with your brunch entree. 6p-close, enjoy a FREE beer with your delicious burger.


Wednesday, April 29
Dutty Artz Night at
The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn
8pm Doors - $8 adv / $10 at door

Friday, May 1
Hop Garage at Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire

9pm

The Hopkins Center, designed by Wallace Harrison, the architect of Lincoln Center and the United Nations Building in New York City, has served as the cultural hub of the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, NH, since it first opened in November 1962. In 1988 the "Hop" was named by the National Endowment for the Arts as one of the nation's exemplary performing arts centers.

Monday, March 09, 2015

Ripley's March: Purim, Feminism, Hip-hop and technology in Utah!









Thursday, March 7


Purim Shpil Celebration at
East Midwood Jewish Center
8:30pm

This is the premiere event of the annual radical Purimshpil project, presented by The Workmen's Circle and Jews for Racial and Economic Justice! Since 2002, JFREJ has organized Purim spectacles to offer a powerful example of using cultural abundance for political organizing. This Jewish holiday is a perfect time for, as JFREJ puts it, "... noisemaking, rule-breaking, binary-blurring and an end to business as usual." This night features a folk pageant up-to-the-moment remixing the Book of Esther via live music, giant puppets, intricate hand-made masquerade, an inter-generational cross-cultural cast, audience participation, hamentashen and more! The evening will begin with a performance of the Purimshpil play, followed by music from the Rude Mechanical Orchestra, followed by DJ Ripley at midnight.


Friday, March 13


Feminist Press' 2nd Annual


Feminist Ball



at
Le Poisson Rouge
7pm - $40 / $250 VIP

The second annual Feminist Ball is an annual fundraiser benefiting the Feminist Press and celebrating New York City's feminist community. This year's event will feature former Indigo Girl Amy Ray, the cast of "SLUT: The Play," teenage punk band Harsh Crowd (from Willie Mae Rock Camp), DJ Ripley and more! Founded in 1970, Feminist Press is an independent, nonprofit literary publisher promoting freedom of expression and social justice, reprinting classic feminist literature and contemporary alike.


Saturday, March 28
Museum + Music at
Nora Eccles Harrison
Museum of Art | Logan, Utah
8pm - 9pm

For the second installment in the Museum + Music series for Spring 2015, the museum will host DJ Ripley, who will perform live inside the museum on March 28. This performance will be held in conjunction with the Department of Music's Hip Hop and Technology Symposium, featuring a speaking engagement with DJ Ripley's alter ego, Larisa Mann.