Bang On! Warehouse Of Horrors returns to NYC for annual Halloween bash with Claude VonStroke, san holo, Ekali, and more

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New York City nightlife authority Bang On! will bring its annual Halloween music & arts festival, Warehouse Of Horrors, to Queens’ Knockdown Center, running October 25 – 26. As in past years, the 2019 installment of Warehouse of Horrors’ offers not tricks, but treats—headliners include Claude VonStroke, The Glitch Mob, and san holo, with additional lineup support from Ekali, Justin Martin, Justin Jay, Ivy Lab, and Wongo. Artists will be dispersed among three stages: the Warehouse Stage, the Horror Stage, and the Alchemy Stage.

Art installations, festival vendors, 3D mapped visuals, and a silent disco flank the diverse acts slated to appear, augmenting the engaging quality of the Warehouse of Horrors experience. The 21+ house and bass heavy event affords electronic enthusiasts an opportunity to rendezvous with dark dance beats in their Halloween best. Single and two-day general admission and VIP passes to Bang On! Warehouse Of Horrors are available here.

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 44

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Dexter's Beat Laboratory Vol. 44

Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA music editor and staff writer Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.

This is the track I’ve been most excited about this week. Hot off his release with Bingo Players earlier this year, Los Angeles producer Goshfather returns with a dirty disco remix of Drake‘s “Nice For What.” He cranks up the original’s intensity and adds an irresistibly groovy beat. It’s impossible to sit still during this one, and I’m probably responsible for half of the plays on it. I’m not sorry.

Los Angeles label Silk Music continues to tap some of the most creative and emotive pieces of work for their releases, thrilling listeners with each new feature. One of this week’s is Polish producer Andromedha’s two-track return to the label: “Luminosity” and “Purple Skies.” While both are beautifully atmospheric progressive house pieces, “Luminosity” in particular caught my ear, with its airy, heavenly feel drawing me in each time I listened.

UK drum & bass maven Friction turns up the heat in his latest: a collaboration with vocalist JP Cooper. “Friction,” out now on Elevate Records, masterfully combines fiery drum & bass production with impassioned vocals from JP Cooper. The award-winning producer demonstrates time and time again that there’s a reason he’s garnered so many accolades over the past several years: he’s endlessly talented and knows exactly the right formula for the perfect drum & bass piece.

Sinden continues to expand on his Houseline imprint with the release of Houseline Vol. 3 last week, featuring three tracks that flex the grooving g-house muscles of the compilation’s featured aritsts. While the volume’s first two tracks highlight artists CLB, Steve Darko and Danny Kolk, Sinden himself teams up with Wongo on the final track. The pair have crafted a deep, powerful house track, and it’s a true treat.

Disco Fries are letting the good times roll with a remix of Stanaj and Ty Dolla $ign to kick off the weekend. They’ve put their signature feel-good stamp on Stanaj and Ty Dolla $ign’s original piece of work, decking their remix out with a catchy background melody and rocking beat. The New York duo are on a roll this year, following up their self-titled November EP with funky originals like “The Cut” and “U Make Me.”