Studio 54 has long been championed as the epicenter of hedonism and North American nightlife during the 1970s. Dancers old and young can revisit the spectacle of the New York City venue when a new documentary premieres at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
STUDIO 54 tracks club owners Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell along their path to the kings of New York’s nightlife throughout the 1970s.
Solomun will be bringing his hugely popular +1 Ibiza party concept stateside for a one-off show in New York this December.
The Diynamic boss will be bringing Innervisions don ÂME along as his special guest for the show.
The event will be taking place at a secret warehouse location in New York City on 8th December.
It's the first time outside of an appearance at BPM Festival that Solomun's +1 has been brought outside of Ibiza, which has been at Pacha for the last five years.
Above & Beyond have announced that their 6th studio album, entitled 'Common Ground', will be released in January 2018.
Alongside the album announcement, the trance trio have announced an album tour, with two dates already set in stone.
The trio have confirmed that they will be playing the Los Angeles Convention Centre on 29th December and New York's Barclays Centre on 27th January 2018, with more date to be announced in due course.
New Brooklyn nightclub Elsewhere, from the team behind the dearly departed Glasslands, will open this November.
The club's owners have now shared some photos of the sprawling club which feature five spaces, including two rooms, and is spread across 24,000 square feet.
The booking policy is already looking impressive with Octave One, Iori, Stacey Pullen, Juan Atkins, Kölsch, Jlin, Halal & Relaxer and Total Freedom all scheduled to play in November and December.
The New York City council voted this week (24th August) to create an official office of nightlife for the dance music mecca. The move comes after similar legislation at London and Amsterdam.
New York councilman Rafael Espinal wants New York city to have its own night mayor that would lookout for smaller venue's interests.
“What I imagine the office doing is finding ways we can be helpful in creating a business-friendly environment that supports nightlife,” Espinal told Gothamist in an interview this week. “And I want to make sure that we’re not a city where artists’ ability to express themselves is hindered by bureaucracy.”
Carl Cox brings his renowned Intec label to New York on Sunday 18th June, taking over Governer's Island for his first party in the city in over two years!
Set up by NYC promoters RPM Presents, the company's CEO and founder Eddie Dean said: "We are really excited and can't wait to share this one of a kind venue with everyone. I have been in love with Governor's Island for years and have always love this part of the Island. We're bringing in top talent with highly curated line-ups to match — and wait until you see the view."
As the warm weather begins to take hold, Output in New York has unveiled its forthcoming line-up for its multi-level open-air roof terrace, The Roof.
From mid-May to late September, the popular New York nightclub will play host to the likes of Dyed Soundorom, D’Julz, Cassy, Matthew Dekay, Kenny Glasgow, Schwarzmann (live), Lee Foss and many more for the Sunday sessions.
On the Fridays, The Roof will play host to the likes of Penguin Prison, Roy Ayers, Amp Fiddler, Bedouin, Satori and many more.