SUPPLY NY are set to celebrate their fifth birthday tonight (Friday 8th June) with a five-hour boat party in New York City.
Setting sail at 7:00PM sharp, the collective’s long-serving resident DJs will command the on-board booth, with Griffin Camper, Jordan James, Misawa and Animal Feelings all set to spin as the sun goes down.
Additional support will come from local and talented selectors including Haruka Salt, Ria (88 Palms), Nè, Tony y not, and Kate Stein.
Studio 54, a new documentary charting the incredible history of one of the world’s most celebrated nightclubs, will hit cinemas on 15th June. A new trailer was made available yesterday.
Hardwell, who is currently working on a rather secretive project with Steve Aoki, is to play New York City venue Brooklyn Mirage on Saturday 23rd June, with pre-sale for tickets beginning this Monday 19th March at 11AM Eastern Time.
Former club owner Ariel Palitz has been named the first Nightlife Mayor of New York.
Earlier this week, it was announced that Palitz, who used to manage what was dubbed as Manhattan’s “noisiest bar”, the Sutra nightclub, had been chosen for the role of Senior Executive Director of the Office of Nightlife.
Mekka is a new Hell’s Kitchen club being proposed by nightlife entrepreneur Glenn Raymond. The 36,000 square-foot venue would sit on the former home of Pacha NYC.
According to Raymond: "My experience is as a fan of the music first and foremost... I have DJ'd and thrown parties... I guess you can say Mekka is owned by a fan who wants the fans to have fun." The proposed event space would include an art gallery as well as a "museum of nightlife" and a "dance music hall of fame”.
New York City will be repealing its Cabaret Law (famously known as the ‘No Dancing Law’) as early as Tuesday October 31st. A bill to end the 91-year-old law is being presented by Brooklyn councilman Rafael Espinal.
New York City's Consumer Affairs Committee has voted in favour of creating a nightlife office and nightlife task force.
The news comes as part of Mayor's larger "New York Works" ten-year economic initiative.
As part of the initiative their will be Nighttime Ambassador, whose main role will be to act as a go between the council and those who work in the nighttime economy in the city.
A new documentary in the Unsung series which explores pioneering DJ Frankie Knuckles and the foundations of house music has been released.
Known as 'The Godfather of House', Frankie Knuckles was a key player during the development of the genre as it flourished within the gay clubs of New York City and Chicago during the 1980s.
Titled Unsung: Frankie Knuckles and The Roots of House Music, the half-hour film features interviews with many notable faces from the early days of house, including Frankie Knuckles, Farley Jackmaster Funk and Jesse Saunders.
With past releases on Moda Black and Glasgow Underground, New Yorkers Walker & Royce are no strangers to UK soil. They’ve spun in cities all around the British Isles, plus played alongside much-loved UK duo Jaymo and Andy George at Lost Village Festival last year, before jetting back to the Big Apple over the Christmas break.