After the screening at Anthology walk up 2nd Ave. to the Parish Hall of St. Mark’s and join us for the Public Access Poetry after-party: meet some of the featured poets and people who made “PAP” happen, have some wine (donated by The Barterhouse) and snacks and DANCE to music spun by DJ Cousin Cole. Other surprises await you. You’ve never seen the Parish Hall like this! Save your Anthology ticket stub for free admission to the party. Otherwise, general admission is $8.
Cousin Cole has DJed all across the US and Europe, and has played with the likes of The Rub, Low Budget, Tim Sweeney, Prince Language, Jacques Renault, Tomboy, Shir Khan, Eli Escobar, DJ Benzi, Nadastrom, King Tutt, DJ Tameil, and many more. His tracks are played regularly by some of the top DJs in the world: Diplo, Optimo, Sinden, Todd Terje, Pilooski, Cosmo Baker, Scottie B, A-Trak, Steve Aoki, and DJ AM. His indie/folk mix CD “Tambourine Dream” featured songs from the likes of Joanna Newsome, Bruce Springsteen, Devendra Banhart, and Neil Young — all exclusively remixed by Cole or his former partner Pocketknife. “Tambourine Dream” made fans from across the musical spectrum, including Spank Rock, Todd Terje, Pilooski, and Prins Thomas. Cousin Cole’s “Soulja Boy” remix has gotten primetime airplay by Hot 97 in NYC and Power 106 in LA and was played before Toronto Raptors basketball games. After five records and one CD on Flagrant Fowl, Cousin Cole is now starting a new label, Cousins, with releases planned from Youth, Tom of Finland, and Cole himself. Cole is currently working on the follow up to “Tambourine Dream”, doing tons of remixes, and DJing around the world — he just finished his fourth European tour and a second Australian tour is in the works for early 2011.