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Delicate Steve Launches Public Listening Installations In NYC This Weekend

 

For the release of Delicate Steve’s second album Positive Force, due to drop July 10th a very special event has been arranged by label Luaka Bop. Partnering with parte and WWMTH Creative Lab, they have devised a scavenger hunt-cum-listening party with multiple listening stations placed around various Brooklyn and Manhattan locations this week. Starting tomorrow (May 31st) and running until June 3rd, fans eager to hear Positive Force will have the opportunity to discover a different song per station, with play-buttons hidden in parks, gardens, bridges and piers. Listeners will be able to plug in their own headphones to the strategically placed play-buttons and experience their own personal listening party.

 

Perhaps the most exciting location to look out for is a converted NYPD van slinging not just tunes but tasty treats in the form of a grilled cheese sandwich labeled the Delicate Cheese (cue slide whistle). Anyone wishing to hear the entire album can discover every hidden location with a map available at www.delicatesteve.com but to give you a head start you may want to check out:

 

 

 

PROSPECT PARK

 

Address: Prospect Park, Brooklyn (near Propect Park stop on B,Q,S)

 

Button location: Nethermead Arches, the bridge by The Boathouse

 

Hours: 5am – 1am

 

Website: http://www.prospectpark.org/parties_permits/weddings-occasions/weddings_boathouse

 

 

 

THE MORRIS TRUCK 

 

Various Locations / Hours

 

http://morrisgrilledcheese.com/

 

Home to the ‘Delicate Steve’ sandwhich so named for ‘Delicate’ Steve Marion, check the Morris Truck website for current location of this button. 

 

 

 

WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE

 

Address: Williamsburg Bridge, Manhattan NY

 

Button location: Coming from Manhattan, at the end of the walkway where the walk and bike paths split to each side.

 

Hours: 24/7

 

 

 

Delicate Steve will begin a summer tour on June 1, playing Terminal 5 with tUnE-yArDs. More dates with tUnE-yArDs  and Yeasayer follow, alongside headline shows and spots at High Sierra and Friendly Festivals.

 

 

 

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