Come Get Spooky with ImagineNeon: Halloween Freaks

Come out and get spooky with ImagineNeon Oct 29th! Celebrating Halloween a few days early since it falls on a Monday.

ImagineNeon is proud to announce their first event: Halloween Freaks.


We celebrate early this year, on the 29th come participate in this sideshow of an All Hallow’s Eve party while the moon is still waning. You are invited to come participate, co-creating our very own over the top awesome spectacle of sight and sound.

We will be hosting a brief costume contest during the event with First, Second, and Third place prizes. Dress in your best Halloween Idea.

*Note, because we are ImagineNeon, to be considered for entry into the contest by judges, some part of your outfit must emit light. The event will be a great time, and better if you dress up!


– Two Rooms of Sound Featuring –

:: 1 ::
Jeff Mission
Gary Carlow

:: 2 ::
Kibbles & Beats


– Art Install –
soyoon cha aka Soyomyoyo


Soyomyoyo‘s work focuses on the Shadow. all the parts of our selves that we suppress she embraces and shows the beauty of the broken and the damaged. a bright light casts a deep shadow, and to be whole we must look into the darkness.

DJs, A stage for Poi**, A catwalk, Two Dance Floors, Costume Contest, Libations!

$5 early, $10 late, Creative and Illuminated attire welcome!

**note the venue is indoors only, therefore Glow Poi only, No Fire Toys.

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FREE All Ages Central Square Dance Party – TODAY!

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TODAY, sildenafil  Friday, vcialis 40mg June 24th at 7 p.m., Cambridge City Hall is the place to be! The Annual Central Square Dance Party is going down to bring out thousands under the warm lights, starry-nighttime sky, and the hypnotizing, rhythmic sounds from a DJ. This event is totally FREE and open to all ages. The dance party will end at approximately midnight, but if you can persuade the DJ to perform an encore, more power to you!

Location: 795 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139

Time: 7 p.m. – 12 a.m.

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Festival Of Us – Weekend Long Art and Dance Extravaganza

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Are you a fan of art in many different forms? If so, mark your calendars for this upcoming, open event right in the heart of Cambridge. From Friday, June 24th – Sunday, June 26th, The Dance Complex in combination with Cambridge Arts Council’s Riverfest and Dance For World Community Festival to bring you The 2nd Festival of Us, You, We & Them.

From the sidewalks to inside of the Dance Complex (536 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139) there will be art everywhere: including concert and pop-up performances, classes on various dance genres, and “spontaneous actions of creation”. Many of these events are free and they will all be open to the public for enjoyment. It’s a half showcase, half celebration!

Click here for the programming schedule. You are not going to want to miss out!


Protecting Your Hearing


From the avid concert goer to the veteran DJ, price anyone exposed to prolonged levels of high volume are vulnerable to chronic ear damage. Tinnitus, unhealthy one of the most common noise-induced cases of hearing loss, drug is a ringing or buzzing in the ear heard without the presence of external noise. Many DJs and producers have complained about tinnitus throughout their careers, and now offer advice on how to avoid its onset.

Several of my friends who are DJs or producers had tinnitus at the time; they told me how miserable it made them, and how stupid they felt for not wearing ear protection earlier. – Paula Temple

While the thought of wearing earplugs at a show might initially seem counter intuitive, it is actually a very wise decision. The human ear can comfortable withstand loudness levels up to 85dB. Anything above that is considered damaging to sensitive nerves within the ear that help capture and transmit sound. The average music concert can range anywhere from 90dB to 120dB, which is similar to the amount of noise a plane makes when it takes off. This disparity of up to 40dB can cause immense pain and in some extreme cases, ear drum rupture. The solution? Earplugs.

9 DJS and producers share their stories with hearing loss and what kind of earplugs they use to manage the loudness they frequently experience. Read the original article via The Fader here.

You can also watch this great video by DJ Tech Tools on how to further protect your hearing.

Hearing is obviously of the utmost importance inside our lab. Schedule a tour, meet the crew and learn how you can … learn!