Tuesday night in Williamsburg will be a little spicier on June 26, as Beatles/hip-hop mashup group, PushMethod celebrates the release of their “Technology Kids” music video and guitarist Dusty Youree’s birthday. Relatively fresh on the New York music scene, PushMethod released their first album on June 20 and is following up with a show in New Jersey after a release bash at Brooklyn’s Tender Trap.
Fueled by a passion to leave their mark on the music scene and provide riding music for BMX bikers and extreme sport athletes, PushMethod’s unique combination of hip-hop lyrics set to “Beatlesque” instrumentals displays inspired songwriting at it’s greatest and most creative. The single behind their new video release, “Technology Kids,” features lyrics like, “You can’t imitate the thoughts of mankind. You can’t have a computer compose your lines.” Obviously drafted to rhyme and flow easily, ignoring the relevant message behind the lyrics is impossible. In an age of booming technology, there is no substitute for human creativity. PushMethod only drives this point home with their music.
In celebration of their debut, PushMethod has planned quite a shindig in Williamsburg. Since Dusty also calls the same day his birthday, the party will kick off VIP style at 9 p.m. with cake and drink specials in his honor. Following the video screening at 10 , Ninjasonik’s DJ Jah-Jah is scheduled to commence dropping epic beats to get the crowd moving and keep them that way until dawn. As if all this isn’t enough, Tavis Eaton, vocalist for PushMethod will also be creating personalized graffiti shirts for VIP party guests to promote the band and show off his early talent for street art. Fortunately, all it takes to be VIP at this bash is an RSVP and a prompt arrival at 9. To RSVP, just shoot an email to Jillian@ei-PR.com.