They've already got Girls & Boys and Neon Trees, but there's something ELSE going on at Webster Hall tonight! In the studio (aka TRASH!), DJ Jess and Alex Malfunction get the party started with electro, disco, newave and pop, with TRASH!y go go dancers, $4 PBR and whiskey shots, $5 vodka drinks and 2 for 1s at 3am!
Tonight's party is hosted by Twig the Wonderkid, a special late night cabaret by Marlo Marquise and Misty Meaner for DJ Jess' birthday, and FINALLY DJ Loli Lux will be doing a special guest DJ set and premiering her new music video! If house isn't your speed, head downstairs to TRASH! and get your dance on with all of NYC's rock and ravers.
19+, doors at 10PM, $5 with the flyer from DJJESSNYC.COM, $10 without.
Rich Greene aka "Reflex Le Roque" is an international DJ stationed in NYC and taking nightlife by storm. He has been a fixture in the nightlife music scene for 10 years, and his career is still rocking hard. Some of you may remember him from Joonbug's Halloween party at Ajna Bar, and you've probably seen him at one of the city's hottest clubs. Check out what he had to say when we fired him some quick questions.
JOONBUG: What's the last record you've bought for yourself, not for DJing?
Alex English is a known veteran in NYC nightlife music culture. Among the sea of new DJs attempting to make a name for themselves with a pair of headphones and an iTunes Library, English prefers to spin with only vinyl and CDs. He has proved himself alongside acts like A-Trak, Boys Noize, Crookers, Steve Aoki, The Bloody Beetroots, Justice, MSTRKRFT, Deadmau5 and Chromeo, and more, and has played in almost every major city from the waterfront in Brooklyn, to SXSW, and most recently, in Japan. You can catch him every Friday at Webster Hall for the GBH “Girls and Boys” party, NYC's newest party "Juicebox" at Stay Lounge, and other events throughout the city. Rest assured, if you see Alex English’s name on a party flyer, it’s bound to be a great night.