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Photo of Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter DJing sitting on a green sofa in a pink-lit warehouse

In early 2009, Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter launched Mister Saturday Night. The party formed the roots of what would eventually become the beloved nightspot Nowadays, a “by us, for us” club that’s become a community hub for NYC’s nightlifers. Following the release of a sprawling box-set to mark the party’s 15th anniversary, and alongside a mix recorded live from the club, Harkin, Carter and a few of the compilation’s featured artists fill us in on what makes Mister Saturday Night so special

It began, as many projects do, because of a nagging discontent with the way that things were. It was the late ’00s, and New York...

New York club Nowadays announces weekly 24-hour party from next month

Ridgewood, Queens club Nowadays has announced that its monthly 24-hour party, Nonstop, will be a regular weekend fixture throughout 2024. Starting 6th January 2024, the...

DJ Voices poses in front of a blue backdrop wearing a blue sleeveless top

In the fabric of New York's club scene, Kristin Malossi is a crucial thread. As DJ Voices, her sets favour "energy and drama over genre". As one of the bookers at underground institution Nowadays, she champions artists who imbue their selections with authenticity and adventure. Alongside her 90-minute Recognise mix, she tells Eoin Murray how a devotion to community and integrity informs everything she does

Long before she was known as DJ Voices, Kristin Malossi was a gymnast. As a kid in West Palm Beach, Florida, her life was consumed...

Mister Saturday Night 15th Anniversary

A 15-cassette box set has been unveiled to mark 15 years of celebrated New York party Mister Saturday Night. The collection will go on sale...

New York club Nowadays opens Mexican restaurant inside venue

New York venue Nowadays is opening a Mexican restaurant in its indoor space. The Zumbador will open at the Ridgewood, Queens space from its soft-launch...

Photo of Ayesha wearing pink eyeshadow and colourful jewellery in front of a large bush of yellow flowers

With the imminent release of her debut LP, ‘Rhythm Is Memory’, New York’s Ayesha goes further than ever in establishing her status as one of the city’s top practitioners of envelope-pushing club music. The Nowadays resident chats with Bruce Tantum about her music, self-doubt, and the similarities between gardening and producing an album

25 minutes into her 20th May set at Nowadays, the New York club where she holds a residency, Ayesha gets on the mic. “All right...

Brooklyn’s Ayesha blazes through a selection syncopated club sounds, thunderous techno and twisted breaks in her high-velocity Fresh Kicks mix, and chats to Eoin Murray...

Cherie Hu looks at how the paid membership platform Patreon is helping electronic artists and clubs sustain themselves, especially through the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged the live events industry, and electronic music is far from unscathed. According to the latest IMS Business Report, electronic-focused festivals...

The newly formed association is taking part in a day of action in support of the Save Our Stages Act and RESTART Act

Over 150 venues in New York have banded together to form New York Independent Venue Association.

The association is Intended as a regional sub-group to...

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New York club Nowadays will host live-streamed “virtual parties”.

Virtually Nowadays is a new, nightly livestream from the Ridgewood club, which launched with some broadcasts...