LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy is opening a new cafe in Brooklyn called Daymoves.
It's Murphy second venture into the restaurant business having also opened up a wine bar called The Four Horsemen in Williamsburg. The new cafe will involve the same team of owners and will open up next door to the wine bar.
As of this Thursday, September 19th, Daymoves will be open seven days a week during the day and will be serving coffee and pastries to those who pop in. Murphy plans to open the business up at night sometime in the future as a club called Nightmoves. It will apparently house a massive custom speaker system that Murphy has built himself.
LCD Soundsystem have been quiet of late having wrapped up touring on their return album, 'American Dream' last year. Late last year, they released the live album 'Electric Lady Sessions'. Murphy has also been focusing on the Despacio parties and sound system he runs with 2ManyDJs over the last few years, having brought it to festivals such as Meltdown and All Points East.
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