Brooklyn venue Bossa Nova Civic Club will be shut for a “notable amount of time” after a catastrophic fire in its building, it has been announced.
DJ Python has announced details of a new EP, 'Club Sentimientos Vol 2', on New York label Incienso.
The producers first solo record since 2020's 'Mas Amable' LP, the three-track release will arrive via Anthony Naples and Jenny Slattery's impriny on January 21st.
A solar powered statue of LL Cool J is on display in New York.
Currently installed at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, the Bronze bust of the Bay Shore rapper is the work of artist Sherwin Banfield, who called it a “labor of love”.
The statue — named Going Back to the Meadows — is positioned above a gold-coloured boombox which is powered by the sun, and will play the LL Cool J's music from midday until to 5pm, five days a week.
New York club Elsewhere has revealed the line-ups for its upcoming winter party season.
Across December, January and February, the Brooklyn venue will host the likes of Jayda G, Hodge, DJ Boring, India Jordan, Shanti Celeste, Joris Voorn, Jensen Interceptor, MSTRKRFT, Anastasia Kristensen, Folamour, Dan Shake, Tim Sweeney and Horse Meat Disco, among others, across its two spaces.
Tickets are on sale now for all of the forthcoming shows. As with other New York venues, all events require proof of full vaccination for entry.
Brooklyn's Good Room nightclub is hosting a series of fundraising events to keep its doors open, with owners revealing they have three months before the New York City space could shut due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
A series of rare Studio 54 images, along with a new 8-bit video game based on the seminal New York club, have been developed into NFTs (non-fungible tokens) in collaboration with the SuperRare marketplace, raising money for charities in the process.
A New York record store has launched a fundraiser after suffering flood damage.
Brooklyn store Superior Elevation have started a GoFundMe page after it suffered major damage as a result of Hurricane Ida.
New York label and party SLINK has shared a collection of remixes of K Wata’s ‘What Do U Want?’.