Danny Krivit and Frankie Knuckles celebrate their way
Get ready to plug this in your bookmarks, iCals, sticky notes, and religious shrines, because the ultimate guide to free summer concerts in New York City is here! Seriously, scroll down and don't be stingy - share with your friends. Concerts aren't fun without friends. Just ask the lucky gal above e ... More >>
Red Bull Music Academy gets wavy with Mykki Blanco and Le1f
Bassnectar brings his dubstep to the city
Born Adam Mitchell in Coney Island, Brooklyn, techno and industrial producer Adam X was one of the key architects of the early '90s New York rave scene. With his older brother, Frankie Boneswho famously brought the British rave template to Brooklyn, throwing parties in old warehouses and othe ... More >>
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Big Baby Gandhi hits Glasslands
SBTRKT brings the beats to Webster Hall
Let Razika put a smile on your face
The Rapture DJ the Milky Way
Springy electric-socket hair, dark droopy eyesKieran Hebden looks like a man who has spent untold time tinkering in front of a glowing computer screen late into the night. The depth of his production work as Four Tet, however, belies the physical man-hours necessary for such precision. ... More >>
The couple that fist pumps together, stays together
Holidays are about giving, remember?
Gang Gang Dance (DJ Set) w/ Lunice, Miracles Club, Laurel Halo P.S. 1 Saturday, July 23 Better than: Your average art-museum function. Most show reviews you've been reading over the last week have probably begun with, or at least nodded towards, the extreme heat we've been working through ... More >>
Calling all art scholars or wannabes!
If you're looking for an early start to your night (and a whole lot of bass), head to the Bless Up! happy hour at Brooklyn's Halcyon. Every Thursday, the tiny record store that caters to lovers of techno, house, drum 'n' bass, and so forth hosts an in-store BYOB hang that features local DJs a ... More >>
Now in its third year, the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival is fairly self-explanatory as these things go, cramming as many DJs, producers, and dance-music luminaries into one warehouse as possible (the Juan Maclean headlined last year's model), only this year they're moving up in the world ... More >>
Tea ceremonies, anime, DJs, and—oh, yeah—some trees
Disney mixed with s/m? More, please.
Galapagos hosts a cultural ball, with a twist
Announcing the first (and possibly last) edition of the Fly Life Nightlife Awards
David Mancuso's Disco Wonderland
Trimpin Whips Up a Tornado of Guitars