Start your week off with some nu-disco and new wave. Tonight, Hercules and the Love Affair DJ sweetheart Kim Ann Foxman takes on the East Village's free Bassment Party. We couldn't be happier that this party is hidden away in the tiny Kings Cross bar either -- seeing Foxman in small, unexpect ... More >>
Farewell, Fat BeatsBefore we sink into holiday hibernation, we thought we'd take a moment to reflect on our exploits, and present to you our very own 2010 SOTC Nightlife Awards. Below, our fifth and final installment examines the rest of the best.
Your partying jag kicks off on Thursday this week and features a global takeover of NYC. Jamaican dancehall queen Natalie Storm is something of an obsession for us lately (especially after Friday night's reOPENed party) -- she's returning to the Lower East Side for an appearance at Happy Endi ... More >>
Dimitri and François, classing the joint up. Pics by Chris, more below.Deep Space with Francois K
(Featuring Dimitri From Paris)
Monday, December 6
Since its premiere in 2003, François Kevorkian's Deep Space party has explored the outer reaches of dub astronomy in all its forms, thri ... More >>
In the week we began our countdown of the 20 worst songs of 2010, we celebrated by mocking efforts from the Far East Movement, Ringo Starr, Godsmack, Trade Martin, and Lil Wayne. Where will Susan Boyle fall? Tune in next week and suffer more abuse until you find out.
Friday: Switch at Webster Hall
Switch, the not-Diplo half of Major Lazer, has remained--comparatively, anyway--out of the spotlight this year. Tonight, GBH brings the DJ out of hiding to rock the grime off Webster Hall's walls alongside Trouble & Bass's Star Eyes. Don't expect to hear a ton ... More >>
Vince (top left) surveys his empire. Pics by Puja Patel
Vince Aletti celebrated the release of his book The Disco Files (1973-1978) last night at Santos' Party House by reminding us that disco still exists. Now known for his photography reviews in the New Yorker, he also served as th ... More >>