We are back! And bigger than ever!

NYCs most anticipated Warehouse Art Bash!

For this event we are celebrating indoors and outdoors! Get ready for the ultimate event!

From Live Body Painting, to breakdancing battles, to performances and art that will blow your mind away, TheNYCGrind has grown as one of NYCs biggest Art parties. Join over 500 art lovers, artists, musicians, grinders, entrepreneurs, art collectors and much much more. 
Visit for a recap of our last bash!
See you there!


The Communion @ Bushwick Public House- May 12th

The Communion with Eli Fola and Friends is back at it again with our 1st party of the year at the Bushwick Public House, an underground bar located in the middle of Bushwick, Brooklyn. As always we have an exciting line up of some of the most talented artist that NYC has to offer!

Date: Fri, May 12, 2017, 10:00 PM – Sat, May 13, 2017, 3:00 AM

Location: 1288 Myrtle Ave BK, NY 



Hyper Dimension Live Rap Show at Trans-Pecos



Thursday, April 13 at 8 PM - 12 AM



915 Wyckoff Ave, Ridgewood, NY 11385-5353, United States

Greetings Slump.Land! We're excited to announce this event we're collaborating with IMPOSE Magazine on a rap show called "The Hyper Dimension Showcase". This show will take place on Thursday April 13th with special performances by: Subliminal Kin, Akai $olo, Sage, The 64th Wonder, Duncecap & The Karmakids and Connor Donovan with sounds provided by: Wamoo.

Nuzulu x Smoothie Tunes Present: Gramfest Cares

Nuzulu x Smoothie Tunes Present
Gramfest Cares
A Concert Benefitting Dear Jack Foundation

Dear Jack Foundation is a non-profit founded by Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. They assist and support youth diagnosed with cancer through their various programs, benefit, and outreach. 

//// RIIOS
/// A. Sarr *
// TK The Architect
WAMOO & Marco Millions

*+ a couple of ya friendly neighborhood goons*

C'Mon Everybody
325 Franklin Ave
7-11 PM
8$ Advance tix // $10 Day of Show

All proceeds are in benefit to youth diagnosed with cancer who have a dream that one day they will be successful, creative, and empowered despite the cards life dealt them. What's the point of a voice if it isn't used to uplift? 

Last Day in Yoruba Land – A solo art & music exhibition by Eli Fola

Eli Fola debuts his first solo art and music show this month at the Brooklyn Proof Art Gallery.
This show tells the story of a young African immigrant relentless in the pursuit of excellence and innovation in music and art. Reminiscing on the last days I spent in Lagos, Nigeria before moving to New York City eight years ago, I had a lot of dreams, ideas and aspirations of things I was going to do in the creative world when I get to the U.S. The work I have released in the past year is a result of the things I envisioned years ago in the Yorubaland, and I want to share that through this exhibition.

Who is Eli Fola?

Eli Fola is a Nigerian born, New York based multimedia artist, vocalist, saxophonist, DJ and music producer. His debut EP, “The Platform”, was released on March 28, 2016. The project was inspired by his love for house and techno music and his experiences being an African living in the United States. His work has been featured in publications such as Wonderland Magazine, Fashion Glossary UK, OkayAfrica, and Impose Magazine. Eli Fola is the founder of Tech Afrique, an independent record label and event company that serves as a platform for releasing his projects. The company hosts a monthly visual art and music event in Bedstuy, Brooklyn known as The Communion. Tech Afrique is also the musical sound Eli Fola is pioneering. Eli Fola is presently a graduate student at The City College of New York pursing a master’s degree in Branding and Integrated Communications.
photo by Joshua Kissi

photo by Joshua Kissi

Listen toEli's new mix: