11/14 – Questlove, Neil Armstrong and Matthew Law @ One Step Beyond NYC – The Museum of Natural History

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This was the last time @questlove and I DJ’ed together. All Smiles. We planning to bring even more of these good vibes to The One Step Beyond Party at the American Museum of Natural History. All the action will kick off at 9pm, treatment PLUS the event is going down at the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Hall of the Universe Guests should enter via the Weston Pavilion located on Columbus Avenue at 79th Street.

The Event is SOLD OUT. But click here for a chance to win some tickets to the event – http://ow.ly/E5fRI

#OSB with DJ’s @questlove @djneilarmstrong @djphsh

This Friday Nov 14th
From 9 – 1 AM
ONE STEP BEYOND at
American Museum of Natural History

200 Central Park West (At 79th Street), prostate New York, New York 10024

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We’re welcoming the 2014-2015 season of One Step Beyond with a bang!

During this monthly Museum dance party, enjoy drinks and dancing in the Museum’s Rose Center for Earth and Space. Take a walk up the Cosmic Pathway to the Hayden Big Bang Theater and look down into a giant concave screen, there acclaimed actor Liam Neeson narrates a dynamic flight through the virtual universe based on an accurate cosmic atlas. Each ticket to One Step Beyond also includes one pass to the Museum for future use.

DJ Questlove (DJ set), headliner

Grammy Award-winning Questlove (Ahmir Khalib Thompson), is the drummer for the well-known hip-hop band The Roots, currently the house band on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Along with being the musical director of the “Tonight Show,” Questlove is a well-recognized DJ known for his massive record collection. The Philadelphia-born musician’s first performance was playing bongos on stage with his parents at Radio City Music Hall when he was 13 years old—because his parents didn’t trust babysitters. His memoir, Mo’ Meta Blues, hit bookshelves in June 2013, and his follow-up publication Soul Train: The Music, Dance, and Style of a Generation, was released in October 2013.

DJ Neil Armstrong

New York City native DJ Neil Armstrong turned his love of music and hip-hop culture into a career that has allowed him to play music all over the world. Neil originally gained notoriety for his mix tape projects, showcasing his DJ skills, which generated considerable press and leading to a spot as Jay-Z’s tour DJ from 2008 until 2010, traveling around North America. Since then, he has DJ’d around the world including a performance at President Obama’s inauguration.

Matthew Law

From an early age, Philadelphia-born Matthew Law (Matthew Fishman-Dickerson) was exposed to a variety of musical styles through his theater-aficionado parents. Law has toured extensively throughout the United States, and, in 2013, he was voted Northeast Champion of the Red Bull Thre3Style competition. He has also appeared on the Oddball Comedy Tour and produces his own events called PHSH TANK and FRIENDS AND FAMILY.

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