elrow Announces Massive Lineup Of B2B’s For Outdoor “Rowlympics” At The Brooklyn Mirage

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elrow has announced the stellar line up for its immersive July 28th Rowlympics themed event. Under the sun and the stars, this rare musical fiesta features 10 hours of back-to-back sets by international superstars. The dusk-to-dawn games commence at 6:30pm taking New Yorkers on a musical marathon until 4:30 AM at East Williamburg’s Brooklyn Mirage.

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The Brooklyn Mirage announces first phase of summer house & techno events

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Outdoor electronic oasis, The Brooklyn Mirage captivated New York locals and visitors alike upon its summer 2017 debut opening. An enthralling outdoor space conjoined with Avant Gardner’s sprawling 80,000 square feet, The Brooklyn Mirage will re-open for summer 2018 to offer attendees access to a palm tree accented slice of house and techno heaven.

The Brooklyn Mirage has accordingly announced the first phase of its 2018 event list, rife with underground talent that will attract house and techno aficionados in droves. Beat the heat in Brooklyn with the Mirage’s new slew of summer events, listed below.

The Brooklyn Mirage 2018

Events by Reynard Productions

Tickets to all Brooklyn Mirage events can be purchased, here.

Saturday, May 19
The Cityfox Experience Opening Weekend
with Martin Buttrich, ANNA, Serge Devant, Karmon, Holmar, John Tejada (live), Jon Charnis, Mathias Schober & Thomas Herb, Muffs & Mykola, and Sarah Myers
Saturday, June 9
Mayan Warrior
Sunday, June 24
OUTPOST
Tuesday, July 3
SAGA
Saturday, July 7
The Cityfox Experience
Saturday, July 21
Listed presents PLAY
Saturday, August 4
Innervisions
Sunday, August 19
Crew Love
Saturday, September 8
Afterlife
Saturday, September 22
Paradise
Saturday, September 29
The Cityfox Experience
Closing Weekend
Photo Credit: Dean McColl

Kasbo Takes Brooklyn to ‘The Places We Don’t Know’

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The aesthetically pleasing visuals behind him may have set a serene scene for Brooklyn’s famed Knitting Factory on Thursday, April 19, but beyond that, Kasbo truly seized the city’s soundscape. Throughout most of human history, we were wanderers, a nomadic race simply not meant to settle. In recent time, however, mankind has taken on a

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Brooklyn’s Output Releases Massive Schedule For The Roof And Opening Weekend Dates

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Output in Brooklyn is easily my favorite club I have ever been to. Tucked away in a corner of New York City were the elite pay thousands for bottle service, lies an oasis of pure, unadulterated dance music. No phones to take pictures with, no VIP to separate partiers – just one of the best

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EDM Sauce Exclusive: Haulm “Work For Us” Track Premiere

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(Press Photo) Happy Tuesday everyone! EDM Sauce is happy to premiere this airy and spacious new single from Haulm titled, “Work For Us“.  Previously released singles, “They Came Along” and “Settle” have reached over 1 Million+ streams on Spotify and Apple Music. The collaboration blends both individuals styles together in a seamless fashion and it is definitely

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Claude Vonstroke and Green Velvet get real in Brooklyn

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Claude Vonstroke and Green Velvet bring their super project Get Real to a Brooklyn warehouse. Good times ensue. Relive the fun, here.

Output to host four-day anniversary celebration

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To kick off its fifth year of operation, Brooklyn’s Output is hosting a four-day celebration from January 25-28, which will welcome back familiar faces like that of Jamie Jones of Hot Creations, Seth Troxler, and Grammy-award winning local Louie Vega along with many more.

Since the venue’s birth in 2013, with its converted warehouse allure and world renowned sound system, it has gained international recognition, even securing the 2017 Electronic Music Award’s Club Of The Year. The event will host parties and performances in both its main space, as well as its more intimate, adjunct setup, the Panther Room.

More Event and Ticket information can be found on Output’s website.

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Photo Credit: Behind The Scenes NYC

WATCH: Porter Robinson make his debut as Virtual Self

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A verifiable commodity, tickets to Porter Robinson‘s debut show under his Virtual Self alias sold out in minutes. The overwhelming demand for tickets to the performance would later prompt event organizers to shift the show from its original location at Avant Gardner to The Brooklyn Hangar warehouse to accommodate the massive crowd.

While those in attendance at the show got an extended glimpse of Robinson’s newfound Virtual Self entity, those not present can still experience the ethereal production of Robinson’s inaugural appearance under the moniker thanks to a fan that recorded nearly two-hours of the initiative, giving Robinson’s fans an appropriate gift this holiday season.

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Seven Lions, Tritonal, and Kill the Noise (HORIZON Tour)- Photos by Max Hontz

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Evidence emerges that Porter Robinson will give debut Virtual Self performance soon

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A Reddit user just might have uncovered evidence of the very first Virtual Self performance.

Porter Robinson recently attracted attention for the release of not only a new track, but a brand new alias as well. The single that Robinson shared on his social media platforms, “Eon Break,” was notably credited to a “Virtual Self.” After some healthy Internet digging, Robinson fans determined that Virtual Self appeared to be somewhat of a long term side project, as opposed to a fledgling invention.

The nature of Robinson’s Virtual Self alias has continued to remain elusive, but if Reddit user, shirazdh’s post is indeed authentic, Robinson will soon be touching down in Brooklyn for his first appearance under the Virtual Self alias. Shirazdh allegedly discovered a poster advertising the show while “walking around Brooklyn” the day after a Brooklyn-based Madeon show. Robinson and Madeon are memorable for their recently concluded Shelter Live Tour, an initiative that successfully merged their respective fan bases, rendering the flyer’s posting as particularly timely.

virtualself

The poster appears to be legitimate, with the poster’s blue hued abstract artwork reminiscent of the track cover for Eon Break.

A less speculative bit of evidence that supports the theory that a performance is imminent for Virtual Self arrives in the form of an email response from Avant Gardner. A Reddit user emailed the address associated with the Avant Gardner venue, receiving a brief sort of confirmation regarding to question as to whether there might be any veracity to the Robinson rumors.

Porter

While concrete details of any Virtual Self activity remain mysterious, Virtual Self’s first “known event” will occur on December 8 at Avant Gardner.

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