About a dozen congregants meandered about the former Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion at the corner of Sixth Avenue and 20th Street on Sunday evening to the thumping tune of a strange but convivial hymnal.
“These sounds fall into my mind,” went the familiar refrain. It was the Bucketheads’ smash 1994 dance hit “The Bomb.”
DJ Lui Rivero was up onstage, manning the turntables in a black baseball cap and graying goatee, behind a large sparkly painting of Marilyn Monroe. To his right, a man in a blue hoodie was sifting through a pile of bright red shoeboxes.