Mmmmaven Project Comes to an End

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In early ’19, the educational initiative will draw the curtain

It is with great cause for celebration that we announce that the Mmmmaven Project–a plan to educate hundreds of people–will conclude with resounding success.

Early in 2019, the project, which is located at 614 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square, Cambridge will close its doors for good.

We’ve done an amazing thing! For almost seven years, we have kept this project growing. With tremendous support from the community and our instructors as well as the dedication of our students, we’ve been able to give hundreds of people new digital tools to create and mix music.

Our events aren’t going anywhere. The weekly Make It New celebration and annual Together Festival–as well as the other events we produce year round–will continue.

While the physical space will close with honor early next year, the next iteration of this new music movement will take a new form. Stay tuned for the next chapter. It’s coming!

There were many times we couldn’t believe what we had all accomplished together and couldn’t be happier with the many, many people who contributed. We are sure whatever and whoever comes next will be even more awesome. In the meantime, any and all correspondence regarding this future should be directed to alex@mmmmaven.com.

Watch this space. The celebrations and collaborations will continue in perpetuity, and, of course, thank you for the six years of support.

Onward with power,

The entire Mmmmaven Project family

PS: This next round of group classes may be the final chance for anyone looking to expand their talented tool belt with music technology. Is it you? Someone you know? Reach out to become one of the last Mmmmaven Project graduates ever.

Afropolis: Sunday September 9th

You’re invited to join graduates Slick Vick and DJ KNSZWRTH to Afropolis

Afropolis: The name of the African Art Renaissance movement; a celebration of culture, particularly of the experiences, contributions and influences of Black culture in the city of Boston.

Not Your Average Boston and the Boston Red Sox invite you to: Afropolis at Fenway Park.

Join us on Sunday, September 9 at 5:00 p.m., for an exclusive ‘not your average Sox pre-game’, on the newly renovated Sam Adams Deck inside Fenway Park. DJs Ryu, KNSZWRTH & Slick Vick will be on set, curating the energy before a hot matchup between the 2017 World Series Champions, the Houston Astros and the 2017 A.L East champions, the Boston Red Sox.

Tickets can be purchased right here

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Three Reasons to Make It New Tonight

Tonight we have a special debut at our weekly party with Bradley Zero. The question you might ask is: Why go out on a Thursday night? Here are three…

1. Bradley Zero is known for his overwhelmingly positive and delightful sets of disco and house vibes.

In case you’re into that sort of thing…

2. You can say “I saw Bradley Zero back when…”

Just like Bob Moses or Flume (or, well, many, many others) …

Bradley helped shape Boiler Room into the world conquering institution that it is today, helping steer it in a multitude of musical directions to shine light on the likes of Hiatus Kaiyote, Mood Hut, Beautiful Swimmers, Jan Schulte, Nils Frahm, Jay Daniel and countless other underground heroes whose music had yet to reach a wider audience.

3. Thursday nights are for the professionals

Maybe the best feeling we have after 13 years of throwing one of the longest-running weekly parties in the world, is the ride home. Driving/cycling/riding through the almost empty Boston streets, listening to something like opening resident Coralcola, is special.

See you tonight!

The Biggest Sports Stadium Hit

Zombie Nation’s “Kernkraft 400” is one of the biggest dance music songs of all time, a mainstay at clubs and stadiums across the globe. But the version you know—with a driving, four-to-the-floor beat and a chanting crowd in the background—wasn’t even made by the [artist] who wrote it.

You’ve heard Kernkraft countless times. Any Bruins fan knows it as the celebrational anthem after every potted puck. But there is way, way, more to this story, as this new mini-doc from Vice explains.

We’re very familiar with Florian! We helped bring him to Boston during Together 2013, and even before that, in 2008 with Baltimoroder at the old Milky Way in Jamaica Plain. We know music from the future!

Want to be ahead of the curve? Email me: polina@mmmmaven.com