125 E 11th St
New York, NY 10003
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Say what you want about Webster Hall, but the venue has been around a long time, remaining successful and consistent in bringing acts of all genres both old and new. A few months ago, the venue launched a new Thursday night weekly called “House Party”. The weekly event promises to take NYC club-goers back to the good ‘ol days of big room, no frills fun without all the pretentiousness of bottle service and VIP, all while securing top-notch resident DJ’s and weekly special guest surprises. The party has been a big success thus far but last night House Party may have found its niche, exposing fresh new talent to its hip, young crowd.
Kicking things off the month of August for Brite Nites at Webster Hall is debonair Dutch DJ and producer, Dannic. Hailing from the same hometown as Tiesto and Hardwell, two of dance music's greatest number one DJs, Dannic has upheld the tradition and proved himself as a force to be reckoned with, both on stage and in the studio. Saturday, August 2nd, Dannic descends on New York City, and he'll be bringing down the house in 'Radical' style.
Last Friday night, June 20th, a new and upcoming artist, Kygo rocked the stage at Webster Hall. His style of remixing popular pop songs with elements of Deep House and Electronica had the crowd singing and rocking their heads and hands to the beat with unbelievable ease.
Kygo opened the night with one of his most popular remixes, 'I See Fire,' which was accompanied by fiery graphics to help set the mood. Throughout the night, the production, as always with Webster Hall, was top quality. Kygo continued on to play only his remixes, which heard no complaints from the audience. A few particular crowd favorites were his remixes of 'Miami 82,' 'Let Her Go,' and 'High for This,' which prompted the hundreds of Deep House Fans in attendance to sing every word of every lyric and jump in the air with hands hand held high when the beat dropped.
Electronic DJ and Producer Mercer is coming all the way from Paris to be at Webster Hall in NYC this weekend as part of, without a doubt, the biggest dance party in New York City, Girls & Boys. This weekly event has has featured some of the biggest and most cutting edge names in dance music, including, A-Trak, Justice, Dillon Francis, Steve Aoki, Boys Noize, Rusko, Skrillex, Baauer and many more.
Every Friday for the past 6 years and counting, the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall is transformed into a room filled to the brim with hands held high in appreciation of the throbbing distorted bass and electronic beats that have altered the landscape of dance music in America over the last few years.
Every Saturday, Webster Hall hosts brite nites, a blacklit, neon color splashed dance party featuring some of the best and brightest in electronic music. Skrillex rocked the house two weeks ago after Governors Ball, and other past performers have included Borgeous, Benny Benassi and even Lil' Jon, proving that Webster Hall can rock a different sound with every show. This week, it's Marco V's turn to light up the night in New York City.
Dutch born DJ and producer Marco Verkuijlen, aka Marco V, is by far one of most creative minds in the electronic music industry. Managing to continuously modify and fine-tune his style and sound over time, Marco V has gone on to create numerous cutting-edge dance classics over the years, including 'Analogital,' 'GOHF,' 'TGV,' and most recently, his Flamingo Recordings acid house hit, 'MET.' Behind the decks, he has smashed night after night at some of the largest and most popular club and festival all over the world, solidifying his place inside DJ Magazine’s Top 50 poll for the past 7 years.
Australian electronic music instrumentalist, Flume, and DJ/Producer, Emoh Instead, collaborated to form What So Not only a couple years ago, and since the release of their debut 4 track EP, '7 Dollar Bill,' they've only been getting bigger. 2012 saw a plethora of remixes from the two, including their wildly popular remix of Major Lazer's 'Get Free,' allowing many notable artists to really grasp this up and coming group's sound and what they're capable of. With a veritable who's who of EDM artists dropping their tunes on BBC Radio 1 and every major festival around the world, it's no surprised to see What So Not jet-setting around the globe already.
The biggest electronic party in New York is Girls & Boys, the weekly dance party held in the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall. This Friday's headliner is Keys 'N Krates, an alternative/indie trio often referred to as the world's only "trap band." Their recent SOLOW EP was released last September through Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records. Their unique sound comes to life at their shows, as all their music is played as a band, completely live, using only drums, keys, turntables, and live sampling. Keys 'N Krates have released many singles that have jumped the charts and played at music festivals such as Lollapalooza and Ultra Music Festival, so their exclusive performance will definitely be the highlight of the evening.
Webster Hall's weekly electronic music party, Girls & Boys, is proving once again why it is the absolute best dance music event in New York City, by welcoming KOAN Sound and Minnesota to their Grand Ballroom this Friday.
Unlike anything you are probably use to or expect from names that grace the stage each week for Girls & Boys, both KOAN Sound and Minnesota bring a level of style and flare to their performances that is as unique as the music they produce.
When: Friday, May 23rd, 10pm
Where: Webster Hall, 125 E 11th St., New York, NY
This Thursday, at the center of the oh-so-famous Grand Ballroom of Webster Hall will be hip-hop legend, Just Blaze alongside DJ Soul. The Marlin Room, occupied by Va$htie and Oscar, will be transformed into their infamous bash “1992.” The Balcony Lounge, sticking to its normal theme, will include reggae and dancehall hits provided by Jasmine Solano and Melo-X’s “Electric Punanny.” And while all this takes place, thousands of club and bass bangers are thrown down in the Studio Basement. Hosted by DJ Sliink and Dirty South Joe, this party is definitely something you don’t want to miss!
It’s been a year since Brite Nites first took over Saturday nights at Webster Hall, and what a year it's been. As one of New York City's most popular Saturday night dance parties, anyone and everyone is liable to show up and throw down at Brite Nites, and the event's one-year anniversary is no exception. Previously undecided until now, the special Brite Nites celebration this Saturday, April 12th, will very fittingly feature Musical Freedom artists Dzeko & Torres, Baggi Begovic, MOTi, and a very special guest.
NYC has always been at the forefront of the hip-hop nightlife scene, with legendary parties such as The Fever in the Bronx, The Roof Top in Harlem, Latin Quarter in Midtown, and The Tunnel in Chelsea all playing major roles in shaping it's culture. The problem is, however, that all of those legendary parties took place in the 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s. But all this changed on April 3rd with the debut of a new weekly hip-hop party at Webster Hall that promises to take NYC back to its hip-hop heyday. Welcome to the House Party.