PILLOW TALK featuring WALTZ, TV Baby, DJs Justin Strauss & Justin Miller

April 15, 2016 | 11:30 pm | 146 Broadway | Brooklyn, NY | 21+ | FREE!  
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Matthew J. Hutchinson, world-class fitness star is ready to share his lifetime of fitness secrets with you. Formulated by Matthew J. Hutchinson, WALTZ VOL. 1 – Body Basics is an easy-to-follow, intensive body-shaping program for both men and women. Hutchinson leads you through the regimen that’s perfect for your individual body type with his special brand of motivation.

This uplifting tape gives you a great low-impact 65-minute cardio workout as you lift those weights to such favorites as “ICE SKATING”, ”CAROLINE”, and “HORSES + HORSES”! With enthusiasm and energy, Hutchinson will have you raising your hands and voice while you dance your way to better health, fitness, and weight-loss. So stretch and shake it out as “Muscles II” gets your body moving and blood flowing. Remember it’s not just about being the strongest; it’s about being the sexiest! “Jumpstart your sex life with your body!” – Matthew J. Hutchinson

Pre-order your copy of WALTZ VOL. 1 – Body Basics today** by calling our discrete private hotline 1 – 442 – XXX – HUNK. CALL NOW!

*Disclaimer: Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise regimen. WALTZ VOL. 1 – Body Basics has not been evaluated by the FTC, FDA, or any other government agency. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. WALTZ VOL. 1 – Body Basics is presented as is, without warranty or guarantee of any kind.

**All pre-orders ship May 2016.

TV Baby is the new project from Matthew McAuley and Brain McPeck. Matt and Brain, the founders of downtown electro-noise band A.R.E. Weapons, wanted to trade jobs: Matt would be the frontman, singing and playing sax; Brain would play guitar and synth. TV Baby is the spawn of the boys’ free-jazzy, no-wave leanings, their love for the roots of rock and roll, and their desire to keep spirit of NYC pioneers like Suicide and the Contortions alive. At points wild, loose, and improvised, their music includes covers of Elvis, Bo Diddley, and Little Richard, set to a backdrop of squealing, stuttering guitars, vintage synths, and metal machine backbeat.

TV Baby has explored alternate methods for presenting their music. They performed a rock opera in New York and Berlin with the artist Spencer Sweeney and choreographer Maria Hassabi. Their first record, published by Aaron Bondaroff and Al Moran’s OHWOW imprint, was released as an artbook with contributions from 40 downtown artists. Their latest release is a limited-edition 7″ vinyl record and T-shirt package, done in collaboration with Sweeney, and available from aNYthing.

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