Music Video Time Machine: It Takes Two!

Free in the Frontier Room / After The Show

Music Video Time Machine: It Takes Two!

Friday · May 24, 2019

10:00 pm

Free

This event is 21 and over

Music Video Time Machine: It Takes Two!

It takes two to make a thing go right, so we're gonna do you right! Among the amazing dance music videos of the 80s & 90s that Music Video Time Machine brings you every time, we're throwing in lots of duos, duets, double takes and an awesome twosome or two!

Double your pleasure, double your fun with throwback videos from Wham, Kris Kross, Pet Shop Boys, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, Hall & Oates, Salt & Pepa, Erasure, Run DMC, Eurythmics, Kid & Play, Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock, PM Dawn -- even Milli Vanilli!

So come out and double-up (unh! unh!) for another wild night of booty shakin', Insta-takin' and memory makin' with Music Video Time Machine!

Music Video Time Machine
Music Video Time Machine
MUSIC VIDEO TIME MACHINE creates live events that feature greatest hits and lost gems of 80s and 90s music video. Past dance parties at the Bell House include THRILLER & MORE, FUNKY FUNKY CHRISTMAS, GIRL POWER! and The Skint's annual CRUEL SUMMER. Also: Pretty In Pink's 30th Anniversary Dance Party, Dance Music Sex Romance: A Prince Tribute, Remembering David Bowie: A Video Tribute, Scream 20th Anniversary Halloween Party, AC/DC Video Anthology Party, Tearin' Up My Heart: A 90s Valentine Dance Party, 80s Spring Break Dance Party and New Wave Christmas Dance Party. MVTM served as official VJ for MCA DAY NYC, BrunchCon, and serves as a regular opening act for DC's best 90s hit-band White Ford Bronco.

MVTM's curator/producer is music video historian Stephen Pitalo, who has given lectures and presentations about the evolution of music video at New York Comic Con, Brooklyn Brainery, Nerd Nite NYC, Hofstra University, and Felicity House as well as film and music video festivals. He co-produced and curated the first Philly Music Video Festival at PhilaMOCA. He writes about the amazing true stories of music video's greatest era at http://GoldenAgeOfMusicVideo.com. He has interviewed more than 70 music video directors of the 1980s for an upcoming book.
Venue Information:
The Bell House
149 7th Street
Brooklyn, New York, 11215
http://www.thebellhouseny.com/