In 2006 and 2007, Steve Aoki’s music lifestyle brand Dim Mak held its first two NEIGHBORHOOD festivals in Los Angeles. These two legendary events featured burgeoning acts in the indie and electro movements, and represented ground zero of global underground culture at that time. Cut to 2018 – Dim Mak will now relaunch NEIGHBORHOOD as a community-centered mini-festival embarking
If you don’t know KRANE by now then you’ve definitely been living under a rock. This man has been doing some big things over the past year, from releasing his debut album and collaborating with some of dance music’s most prolific artists. There seems to be no stopping his increasing momentum. Not only has he
Made Event continues to dominate the NYC EDM event landscape as they are proud to welcome AXWELL Λ INGROSSO to The Brooklyn Mirage for an outdoor, all-night affair under the stars on May 27, 2018. Starting now fans may register HERE for advance pre-sale tickets, which goes live on Thursday, March 1 at 11 AM
You heard right, the sound and musical wizard we all have come to know as KRANE will be coming to NYC on Saturday, April 7th. The show will be taking place at a well known venue located in Brooklyn known as Rough Trade. It will be the final stop on KRANE’s much anticipated “Fallout Tour”
2018 marks New York City’s pre-eminent electronic music festival Electric Zoo’s 10th birthday and be sure that it will be the biggest, wildest fiesta ever thrown down in its history. Taking place August 31, September 1 & 2 at Randall’s Island Park, ELECTRIC ZOO: THE BIG 10 will be a blow-out of epic proportions, featuring
(Photo courtesy of Elements Facebook page) ‘Tis the season for festival lineup reveals, and BangOn! has outdone themselves once again with the unveiling of their Memorial Day Weekend festival; Elements Lakewood. Similar to last year’s lineup, BangOn! is bringing together the hottest, biggest and newest names from just about every sub-genre of EDM. The sophomore year
Above & Beyond took over the Barclays Center this past weekend for a stop on their Common Ground tour and for all that attended I don’t think words can describe it. Above & Beyond and Anjunabeats brings out a crowd that no other “EDM” act can even compare too. From 8pm when Yotto took over
“What’s more reckless than eating a half a pound of pastrami in the middle of the day?”
Find out as DA teams up with funk masters Disco Fries on a journey through New York City. The hilarious duo take us to some of their favorite spots in The Big Apple, including Third Rail Coffee, Vinny Vincenz Pizza, Double Down Saloon, and more — all while talking about their EP, DF.
New York City’s, Slake Nightclub, has officially come to a permanent end. The popular nightclub has been known for holding spontaneous events along with performances from some of the world’s famous DJs and artists. Slake took to Facebook to announce the official closing of it’s prestigious venue. Due to the purchase of the venue in
Plunging beyond mere variation, Governor’s Ball will additionally feature special performances from Diplo and Mark Ronson, the duo slated to debut their new joint project, Silk City, at the festival. The crowd assembled at Randall’s Island can also expect N.E.R.D. to make their return to the New York City performance circuit — the hip hop and rock hybrid band’s Gov Ball booking will be the group’s first performance in the Big Apple since 2010.
Three-day GA and VIP passes to the festival are currently available for purchase at a discounted “announce day” price. Tickets to Governor’s Ball will return to their regular price tiers at midnight on January 4. Those interested in attending Governor’s Ball’s eighth iteration can purchase the specially priced passes here.