Peter Black never quits, thankfully. The DJ, producer, party promotor and all-around busy bee is working hard this winter through his creative house, Analog Space -- which announced a partnership with Speaker Snacks, that will come to fruition in 2011. But before heading into the new year, Black has a multitude of events and things planned, starting with an appearance on Radio 1190 this afternoon.
From 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Black will co-host Local Shakedown, sharing a set of some of his favorite artists from the Mile High City and chatting with the recently reborn Constellations about its latest EP release and comeback show -- the Analog Space New Year's Eve throwdown at Meadowlark.
Prior to the New Year's celebration, Black will be hosting his annual Analog Space Black Christmas party this Wednesday, December 22, also at Meadowlark. This event is free, begins around 9 p.m. and is collecting food donations at the door.
As a gift to friends, supporters and those new to the Analog Space world, Black is also offering up a holiday mix for free download. Cheers to Analog Space and a bass-bumping New Year!
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