08/23/2010 02:30 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Javelin Pierces SoHo Grand

On a picture perfect Friday night in Soho, what better way to end the hard work week than a little dancing? An eclectic group of hipsters crammed into the final "Summer Hummer" concert series taking place at the SoHo Grand, for the grand finale it was headlined by Brooklyn beat makers Javelin.

The "Summer Hummer" series featured acts like Tom Tom Club, Class Actress, XXXChange and Holy F*ck. Javelin and JD Samson were the final actw. In an area past the normal swanky clientele of the infamous hotel, the "Summer Hummer" series takes place off the patio bar and in a section that looks more like a block party than a section of SoHo Grand.

Javelin is a duo that plays in front of colorful boom boxes, wires sprawling around the stage like snakes and various drum machines, samplers, moog's and mixers. The group consists of Tom van Buskirk and George Langford. They have been cranking out beats and hip-hop inspired records since 2007. This past year they have barnstormed across the US and have really gotten attention from fans around the country. The band's live shows have been the talk of New York City for a little over a year; they really know how to get a party started. With songs like "Moscow 1980," "Lindsay Lohan," and "Susie Cues," they enjoy poking fun at pop culture and have a great time doing it. They manage to throw a dance heavy remix of fellow electro act, Health, and a few samples and covers from Beastie Boys, Mariah Carey and Chaka Khan, which elevates the enjoyment to the max. Performing just under an hour, the short set took fans through the night as they continued on for DJ JD Samson. Javelin are one of those acts in the vein of Hot Chip, Devo, Girl Talk and LCD Soundsystem where their quirks and energy are what make them tick and what makes the audience wanting more.