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2005 Stories by Tricia Romano

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  • Big Night

    published September 20, 2005

    While the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recognizes dinosaurs of a bygone era, the Dance Music Hall of Fame honors living legends. François... More >>

  • Club Crawl

    published September 20, 2005

    Benefit season is upon us, which means you can dance and make a difference at the same time. A hurricane benefit of Stage 4 proportions features... More >>

  • Artsy Fartsy

    published September 13, 2005

    Parades are boring. Once a way to inject razzle-dazzle into our dull existence, parades have turned into an endless series of corporate floats... More >>

  • Music

    published September 13, 2005

    If you still think girls play wussy music, then you've obviously never heard Ellen Allien. The DJ, producer, and Bpitch Control label head will... More >>

  • Storm Front

    published September 6, 2005

    It seems like just yesterday that we were going to benefits for the tsunami disaster, and unfortunately, the benefit season is back in full swing.... More >>

  • Music

    published September 6, 2005

    If you want to know why everyone thinks dance music is dead, it's because the dance music industry insists on recycling the same 10 artists over... More >>

  • Wigged Out

    published August 30, 2005

    Dear Mike Albo: You are a genius. (I would add "fucking," but we're a family newspaper.) Your performance at Wigstock as a disturbed ... More >>

  • Music

    published August 30, 2005

    Remember when dance music was fun and the artists had some semblance of personality, or at least a persona? Remember when they made big, catchy... More >>

  • So Dark

    published August 23, 2005

    After only a year, the Dark Room's reputation precedes it. It's the kind of place where you prepare for the hangover in advance, the kind of place... More >>

  • Beat It!

    published August 16, 2005

    Sometimes the beat doesn't go on. Sometimes it just needs a permit. The organizers of Soul Summit Music Fest, a deep house event held every Sunday... More >>

  • Music

    published August 16, 2005

    For a night you can feel like you're at a mega–techno club in Berlin, for much cheaper. The Bunker takes over both floors of Tonic,... More >>

  • Music

    published August 2, 2005

    If you like your night out to be retro and you want to take a trip down memory lane instead of listening to the next shit, you're gonna spooge all... More >>

  • Gypsy Punk

    published August 2, 2005

    With his handlebar mustache, unbuttoned shirts, and gold chains, Gogol Bordello frontman Eugene Hutz is impossible to miss. And now, all of... More >>

  • Mu Mu

    published July 26, 2005

    I love MU. Say it. It feels good. Mu Mu Mu. I love both the lady Mu, MUTSUMI KANAMORI, and the band Mu, which is her and... More >>

  • Music

    published July 26, 2005

    Though I went to Mini-Mutek in May to see someone else, Vincent Lemieux, a fine techno DJ from Montreal, made me forget about that other person.... More >>

  • Mega Huge

    published July 19, 2005

    What a difference a few years makes. This month the SCISSOR SISTERS have been headlining the Mercury Lounge every Wednesday night under a... More >>

  • Music

    published July 19, 2005

    It's official. P.S.1 should just put me on the payroll. I've written about their Warm Up series just about every week since it started, but I... More >>

  • Spin It

    published July 12, 2005

    Sometimes New York nightlife resembles musical chairs, except instead of rotating chairs, we rotate venues. Last week the Cock switched into the... More >>

  • Music

    published July 12, 2005

    Maurice Fulton; his awesomely batshit wife, Mutsumi Kanamori; and his project Mu are everywhere this week. You'll either love Mu or hate them, and... More >>

  • Suck This

    published July 5, 2005

    I love Cock. I mean, the Cock, the notorious gay bar on Avenue A. It has a special place in my cold heart, especially since I have gotten naked on... More >>

  • Music

    published July 5, 2005

    A long-standing joke that you'll only find funny if you like techno: What are the top five artists most likely to never show up at a party they... More >>

  • Cozy Club

    published June 28, 2005

    In nightlife's lurid pecking order, club owner ranks only a notch below promoter in sleaziness. But NICOLAS MATAR, Cielo's co-owner (he... More >>

  • Bold-Faced Names, As If You Need 'Em

    published June 28, 2005

    Don't let all the celebrities blind you from the fact that the Citizens Band, a tribute to Weimar Berlin and all things cabaret, is quite a... More >>

  • Dance Fever

    published June 21, 2005

    Last week, gays, lesbians, transsexuals, and everyone in between had the more visible, colorful celebration, but opponents of the cabaret law had... More >>

  • Music

    published June 21, 2005

    The only reason we endure the eight months of crap weather is for the six, blissful weeks of summer. Six weeks when you can go to Queens without... More >>

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