Porcelain Raft's exclusive NYC mixtape
Italian NY transplant Mauro Remeddi assembles an otherworldly mix of atmospheric mood music
Late Night NYC Mix #4
Luca Bacchetti harbors an unrequited “endless” love for our city
Late Night NYC Mix #3
The duo puts together 30 minutes of NYC-flavored New Year's house music
Late Night NYC Mix #2
Dan Selzer throws together some NYC NYE jams for us
Late Night NYC Mix #1
We asked Billy Caldwell to put together an exclusive NYC-themed mix
The best dance clubs in New York
Your guide to the best dance clubs in New York City, from legendary house music havens to upscale rooftop lounges to Brooklyn's underground gems
Best burlesque shows in NYC
Where to see burlesque and other sexy after-dark shows.
Gay parties: The best gay nightlife in New York
Gay parties in New York offer something for everyone, from relaxed, mixed-queer shindigs to sweaty dance throwdowns.
The best parties in New York: Critics' Picks
Find the best parties in New York's nightlife scene, from regular club nights and residencies to globally-renowned label takeovers
The best parties: Critics’ picks
Output Year 2: Seth Troxler + Craig Richards + Doc Martin + Nicolas Matar b2b Nikola Baytala
Detroit musical prodigy, Visionquest bossman and, most recently, half of the Tuskegee label, Mr. Troxler returns to his Brooklyn home for a night of top-class, otherworldly techno. Fabric resident superstar Craig Richards joins the lineup at Output, while Doc Martin, Nikola Baytala and Output owner Nicolas Matar take on the Panther Room.
Flying Circus: Audiofly + Martin Buttrich + Stacey Pullen + Maayan Nidam + Carl Craig
Globally renowned dance-music party Flying Circus returns to its Brooklyn home with an all-star lineup. The Spanish duo of Luca Saporito and Anthony Middleton, a.k.a. Audiofly, headline at Verboten, with support from Rhythm Assault's Martin Buttrich, Blackflag label head (and Kosmik Messenger) Stacey Pullen and Perlon's Maayan Nidam. Super special guest Carl Craig joins for a night of serious dancing.
The Freak Show with Robag Wruhme
Blkmarket is back with another night of electronic action and another great guest: Formerly one half of the Wighnomy Brothers duo, now-solo German artist Robag Wruhme has a sound that veers between elegant, beautiful deep house and rubbery, floor-filling techno (but don’t be surprised if he rocks a bit harder at this shindig). Karina and Blkmarket’s own Taimur & Fahad open for a night of circus-themed revelry.
Catz N Dogz + Heidi + El_Txef_A
Catz ’n Dogz’s Grzegorz Demianczuk and Wojciech Taranczuk deliver bass-heavy, technocentric beats. Heidi, an affiliate of the Get Physical camp, is an excellent spinner (you don’t get to spin at at top clubs like Fabric, Panorama Bar, Space Ibiza and Watergate by sucking) who also hosts BBC Radio 1’s In New DJs We Trust show; El_Txef_A is the house and techno DJ who runs the Spanish label Fiakun Records.
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Q&A: Jen and Katie
The BEMF co-owners discuss spotting new talent and tapping into the Brooklyn vibe.
DJ mix: Joy Orbison + Ben UFO
The Hessle Audio-affiliates and leaders of the UK music scene share two back-to-back live sets.
The annual multivenue festival returned to Brooklyn's best night clubs.
The 20 best house tracks ever
We pick the finest four-to-the-floor club hits, classic house music cuts and dance anthems ever.
Output's free Sunday series
One of Brooklyn's best clubs kicked off its new free series, inviting top local talent to spin each week for an afternoon-into-evening soiree.
DJ mixes and live sets
Enter a boogie wonderland with this live mix from Dave “Joey Negro” Lee.
Dennis “Citizen” Kane
The Gotham dance-music vet drops an exclusive mix—and what a mix it is, gliding between funk, house and more. As you would expect from Kane, it’s a groove-heavy beauty of a set.
The “Grand Dame of Techno” lays down a three-hour set of four-to-the-floor rhythms, ranging from deep and groovy to tough and driving.
Justin Strauss and Teddy Stuart dole out a set of high-grade house rhythms.