TOKiMONSTA is heading to Brooklyn this May to play a special show as part of DJ Mag's 2020 Best Of North America Tour.
The New York City DJ Mag Presents show is the first to be announced in a run of dates that will see a number of DJ Mag favourites playing shows around the continent later this year.
TOKiMONSTA will DJ at Brooklyn venue Baby's All Right on Friday 1st May, with the night set to run from 11pm to 4am. Support will be announced at a later date, while further shows across the US and Canada will also be announced in the coming months.
Björk has produced an AI-assisted choral piece to be played in the lobby of New York City hotel Sister City.
Titled 'Kórsafan', the piece uses Microsoft AI to put together sounds pulled from 17 years worth of choral recordings made by Björk herself. It follows on from a similar installation at the hotel by Julianna Barwick last year.
LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy is opening a new cafe in Brooklyn called Daymoves.
It's Murphy second venture into the restaurant business having also opened up a wine bar called The Four Horsemen in Williamsburg. The new cafe will involve the same team of owners and will open up next door to the wine bar.
If you’ve ever felt like simply looking at art wasn’t quite immersive enough, a new installation that lets you hear the artwork is something you might need to see.
That’s the idea behind British multidisciplinary artist Oliver Beer’s new Vessel Orchestra, which turns 32 sculptures, vessels, and decorative pieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art into a musical instrument.
How, exactly, does Beer play a bunch of priceless artefacts from the 8th century B.C. without accidentally turning them into dust?
The Notorious B.I.G. is to have a Brooklyn street named after him.
The Christopher Wallace Memorial Foundation revealed that the Fulton Street intersection between Gates Avenue on BK's St. James Place - where the New York rapper once called home - will formally be changed to Christopher Wallace Way on 10th June
The news came on what would have been the New York rapper's 47th birthday.
Born Christopher George Latore Wallace, Biggie was born in 1972 and was murdered in 1997, aged 24.
Berghain bouncer Sven Marquardt is to present some of his photography in an exhibition on New York's Wall Street next month.
The 13-hour event, called SCHULD, will see Marquardt's photography displayed alongside DJ sets from the likes of Marcel Fengler, Radio Slave, Blond:ish, Vatican Shadow and more. It will run at 30 Wall Street, which can be found in New York City's Financial District, and kicks off at 5pm on Friday, May 3rd.
Time Warp will return to New York City later this year as it continues its 25th anniversary celebrations in 2019.
Locked in for November 22nd and 23rd at the Bronx's New York Expo Center, Time Warp will team up with New York promoters Teksupport for the event, which marks its first in the US in five years and only its third ever event in the country.
Pure, the techno-focused concept party that Carl Cox founded and has been running in Australia with Richie McNeill and Eric Powell, is coming to the US.
With Josh Wink, Worthy and of course Eric Powell in tow, Carl Cox will be bringing Pure to New York City's Brooklyn Mirage on June 15th.