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The Indie Fest Award of Merit winner "Nhojj -- MUSIC and the word" chronicles homosexual indie singer-songwriter Nhojj in preparation for the landmark "Out & Proud" Brooklyn Museum First Saturday concert. Through interview, rehearsal and performance footage, the 16 minute short elaborates on the power of music, and the positive messages behind the lyrics to some of his songs. http://www.nhojj.com Marcelo Cardozo -- Guitar John F. Adams -- Keys (played with Keith Sweat) Clark Dark -- Bass Swiss Chris -- Drums (played with John Legend) Ishmael Jeffers, Cameron Bernard Jones, David Williams -- Background Vocals Director of Photography - Yasuaki Nakajima Videographers - Yasuaki Nakajima, Michael Colin, Yuki Sato, Jeremy E. Jackson, Michael Burlingame Editor - Michael Burlingame [read more]
Saturday, August 6th. The first Saturday of every month, the Brooklyn Museum hosts a party, free of admission. This weekend it was a reggae themed jam and it was packed with thousands of people. I got to document a dance crew called "Endlezz Army" showing off their skills. Enjoy!
Passed by this amazing marching band on 5/26 and stuck around for their whole practice! Twitter tells me they're from Medgar Evers College Prep.
Moby @ The Brooklyn Museum NYC 5/12/11"Natural Blues"