Guy Gerber has the kind of summer job that would make anyone jealous. The Israeli producer and DJ is nearing the end of the season in Ibiza, having spent idyllic days working on music by the ocean and neon nights playing his blend of progressive house and melodic techno for the insatiable tourists t ... More >>
Rihanna, looking for love in another hopeless place.
Earlier this morning, a radio rip of "We Found Love," the lead single off Rihanna's forthcoming (sixth!) album, made its way on to the internet. But 20 seconds into the track, when that first Ibiza build-up begins to anticipate the inevitab ... More >>
Fools Gold Day Off
Monday, September 5
Better than: Catching bullets at a parade.
New York City empties out on Labor Day weekend, but for the past two years those who've stuck around have been able to see behind the curtain on what's next, on what's nexter-than-next, and the emerging ... More >>
via Kate Middleton For The Win Kate Middleton, lest we even begin to forget, is a commoner. Naturally, she has some embarrassing family members, as the British tabloids have been sure to uncover thoroughly. For example, there's Katrina Darling, a burlesque dancer and second cousin of Kate. Then t ... More >>
Tune in Thursday night for the "serious" part of the program. Pic by Piotr.Francesco Tristano
Monday, January 31
Better Than: Your favorite cover band
In a world where playlists and MP3 blogs have erased genre borders, the existence of a 29-year-old Julliard-trained concert pianist wh ... More >>
Diddy: dirty money plus ice cream.Rejoice New York, Diddy's long, long, long-awaited Last Train To Paris is finally out today, after three years in the making and some of the most pleasurable pre-album explicating known to man. The record, see, is about the woman of his dreams, except after a ... More >>
Halloween is the worst holiday of the year for weekend bar-hopping: The city is swarmed with underage college kids who consider themselves more likely to get into bars while in disguise. We recommend that you find a top-notch dance party and plant yourself there for the duration of the evenin ... More >>
Nothing beats a good promo photoHere we have an amusing look at the pitfalls and clichés of the DJ-bio racket, an increasingly hackneyed PR necessity marred by such banalities as "classically trained pianist" or "known for spinning eclectic sets." As a more complicated exercise, our guide th ... More >>
Harley Viera-Newton, eating your lunchToday in manufactured outrage: DJs who aren't really DJs, DJing for money. "DJing is the ultimate side gig for hip young New Yorkers," is the tagline for this W piece: "But not everyone's happy about it." Is it fair that models, actresses, and artists, e. ... More >>
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Mallorca: English Edition
Author: Antonion Campana and Juan Puig-Ferran
Publisher: Postales Color ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesJune 14, 1962, Vol. VII, No. 34Beats Meet at IbizaBy Louise LevitasThis time of year, the beats are returning to Ibiza like birds in season. They're en route from Bloomsbury, Schwabing, Bleecker Street, Montmartre, and other coffee-house neighbor ... More >>
Sound of the City roots for the home team and so does Impose Magazine's Jeremy Krinsley.
This show was last night, but Jeremy's so proud of the ad he made, we're posting it anyway
Ah, the public fantasy that wills a band to stand on a stage together after vowing never to do so again. Eventually ... More >>