Running Late with Scott Rogowsky ft. Horatio Sanz, Here We Go Magic, Budd Mishkin (NY1)

Part of NEW YORK SUPER WEEK

Running Late with Scott Rogowsky ft. Horatio Sanz, Here We Go Magic, Budd Mishkin (NY1)

Horatio Sanz, Here We Go Magic, Impractical Jokers (Sal "Vulcano" & Brian "Q" Quinn), Aparna Nancherla, Budd Mishkin (NY1), Dale Seever

Tue, October 6, 2015

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$10.00 - $20.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

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Running Late with Scott Rogowsky: Brooklyn’s Live Late Night Comedy Talk Show
Running Late with Scott Rogowsky: Brooklyn’s Live Late Night Comedy Talk Show
Drawing on the late-night tradition from Carson to Cavett to Conan, host Scott Rogowsky and his sidekick/dad Marty welcome an eclectic mix of comedians, musicians, authors, actors, and local celebs to the couch for a unique live talk show experience that needs to be experienced to be experienced. Called “always jubilant, always fascinating” by the New York Times, a “millennial comic on the rise” by Mic, and “The King of Brooklyn Late Night” by some other thing somewhere else, Scott brings “the comedy talk show for the Internet Age” (New York Magazine) back to Littlefield for this special NY SUPER WEEK show, and he couldn’t be happier about it. Past guests include: Jon Hamm, Regis Philbin, Steve Buscemi, Dick Cavett, David Cross, Amy Sedaris, Jerry Springer, Kevin Nealon, Gilbert Gottfried, Cecily Strong, Chris Elliott, David Wain, Jim Gaffigan, Nathan Fielder.
Horatio Sanz
Horatio Sanz
Horacio Sanz, better known by his stage name Horatio Sanz, is a Chilean-American actor and comedian best known as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1998-2006.
Here We Go Magic
Here We Go Magic
Here We Go Magic return with Be Small, an album that finds the band taking a smaller approach to production and finding more intimate soundscapes, but hosts no less acrobatics of musicianship and singular sonic ambition. Recorded and mixed entirely by the band and inspired by Brian Eno and John Cales Wrong Way Up and Robert Wyatts Shleep, Be Smalls overtly major and optimistic" songs, as described by band leader Luke Temple, are a big leap from the live, expansive sounds of 2012's Nigel Godrich-produced A Different Ship. Its an album of robust future pop that still continues its route through Here We Go Magics inimitable path of fidgety prog-rock, blissful melodies and sound collage experimentations, but always with a focus on a deep groove.

Debut single and pulsating album standout, "Falling," builds upon arpeggiated, satellite signal synths and joyous, interlocked acoustic strums and fuzzed guitar. It gathers momentum with each phrase about falling in love (though it's unclear if this is a thing to be celebrated or dreaded) until the whole affair suddenly halts into a nothingness that sounds like a Gregorian chant from the bottom of a wishing well. Watch the video above for the debut single, directed by Sam Kuhn.

Here We Go Magics Be Small is out October 16th on Secretly Canadian, and available for pre-order now. All digital pre-orders come with an instant free download of Falling. Catch Here We Go Magic all over Europe and North America this fall.
Impractical Jokers (Sal "Vulcano" & Brian "Q" Quinn)
Impractical Jokers (Sal "Vulcano" & Brian "Q" Quinn)
Four best friends - lifelong buddies on a mission to embarrass each other to the max. Since they were kids, James, Joe, Sal and Brian have dared one another to do the most embarrassing, uncomfortable things to each other. Now, to find out who’s best under pressure, they’ll compete in unbelievably awkward social experiments, all recorded by hidden cameras. The loser must do the most mortifying challenge ever. IMPRACTICAL JOKERS comes to truTV from NorthSouth Productions.
Aparna Nancherla
Aparna Nancherla
Queen of that slightly cynical but innocent humor, Aparna Nancherla has been winning audiences everywhere she goes. You may have caught her on “Last Comic Standing”, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Aspen Rooftop or WTF podcast. Writer and player on W. Kamau Bell’s “Totally Biased” Aparna is sure to be soaking up the laughs. Look out for her on SF Sketchfest’s comedy lineup this year.
Budd Mishkin (NY1)
Budd Mishkin (NY1)
Budd Mishkin is a television host and correspondent for New York's 24-hour news network, NY1.

He hosts the weekly series "One on 1 with Budd Mishkin," in which he interviews and profiles prominent New Yorkers with significant connections to the city. Mishkin began his work at the station as a sports correspondent and still hosts "Sports on 1: The Last Word" every Thursday. He also contributes feature stories to the network.
Dale Seever
Host of the long-running Deep Night podcast, Dale Seever is the alter ego of Brooklyn-based performer and writer James Bewley. He has presented work as Dale, or under his own name, as part of numerous comedy and storytelling events around the country including SF Sketchfest, Showgasm, ANT Fest at Ars Nova, SOLO Fest, IFC Comedy Showcase, Soundtrack Series, Dead Darlings, PS122’s COIL Festival, among many others. He's a recurring guest on Running Late with Scott Rogowsky and is the co-creator of Wunnerful Wunnerful: A Tribute to Lawrence Welk at Joe's Pub . He trained at the Upright Citizens Brigade in LA, Robert Wilson's Watermill Center in Long Island, and is a former member of the San Francisco sketch comedy group, Killing My Lobster. He is also a Senior Program Officer at the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.