By Lindsey Rhoades
By Chaz Kangas
By Ben Westhoff and Sarah Purkrabek
By Jena Ardell
By Jesse Sendejas Jr.
By Katherine Turman
By Steve Weinstein
By Araceli Cruz
When tech house was tops, Layo & Bushwacka were the kings. But since everything's gone minimal, their funky, lush, layered productions have been pushed aside for records with more angular sounds. The Brit duo, famous for its parties at the End club in London, has resurfaced with a new label, Olmeto, and a new record, Feels Closer, recorded during a stay in Brooklyn. Those curious as to how New York's influenced their sound can check out their DJ set at the best little club that could. Thu @ 10, Cielo, 18 Little W 12th, 212-645-5700, $20
I always complain that in dance music no one ever seems to graduate or get promoted, which means that the ability for new DJs and producers to break in the upper ranks is incredibly hard. Kaskade is one of the few who've pushed past the Sashas and the Derricks to get on the A-list. He makes big-room tunessometimes they are jacked-up, stompy bits; sometimes he's a smoother operator. None of which is shocking considering that he's from Chicago and is on a San Fran label, Om. Sat @ 9, Sullivan Room, 218 Sullivan, 212-252-2151
It's the end of an era: Due to changes in the Choices section, this week marks the final Club Crawl, a column that has appeared in these pages for almost 10 years. Keep on keeping on.