MoMA PS1’s Warm Up series to feature A. G. Cook, Lotic, Sicko Mobb, Jam City, Amnesia Scanner, and more

MoMA PS1's Warm Up series to feature A. G. Cook, Lotic, Sicko Mobb, Jam City, Amnesia Scanner, and more

In what I can only assume is their ongoing bid to get Tiny Mix Tapes to write about them, MoMA PS1 has recently announced their summer Warm Up series running on Saturdays from June 27 through September 5, and let me tell you, it’s definitely something that someone who writes for Tiny Mix Tapes would probably write about given the chance. I mean, ground level, someone at Tiny Mix Tapes who is me has actually already written about MoMA PS1 (namely James Ferraro’s 100% exhibit there), and since it’s always nice to link back to other things on the site (shout-out clicks), it’s sort of a no-brainer. But there’s plenty of stuff here to induce a writer at Tiny Mix Tapes to bang out a few words on the old keyboard of theirs, that’s for dang sure!

Now, when you think of MoMA PS1, you probably think of “modern art” and “paintings” and “sculptures.” However, as I’m sure one or two Tiny Mix Tapes writers might know, modern art can also include music sometimes. Accordingly, this MoMA PS1 Warm Up series is actually a concert series featuring, you guessed it, music! Since Tiny Mix Tapes is largely about music, I’m sure you can see all the puzzle pieces falling in to place as to why someone on staff here might find themselves drawn to writing about the event. Especially when you consider the acts slated to play, including Amnesia Scanner, Jam City, A. G. Cook, Danny L Harle, Lotic, Sicko Mobb, Jlin, Ninos du Brasil, and way more! You see all those links in there? Those are there because of all the times Tiny Mix Tapes writers have already written about those artists. It only makes sense that one of these writers might write about them again in the context of this series, right?

So, while you wait for what will surely be an interesting, amusing, and informative post about MoMA PS1’s Warm Up Series, you can get way more details and purchase tickets — $18 in advance and $20 the day of the events — over on their site.

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