This city is famous for its midnight antics and electronic music scene, drawing in revellers and DJs from all over the world. So it's no surprise that when it comes to nights out, you're spoilt for choice between giant multi-storey playgrounds, rooftop gems and quirky party bars. We've put together a list of the best house music clubs in London, promising some of the most forward-thinking, refined and fresh line-ups on the market. Last updated on 4th June
Best clubs in NYC
And while the January closure of a cult favorite, Output, has sent fans searching elsewhere for a house and techno music sanctuary, plenty of options remain. New York was no exception, as clubs such as Limelight and Palladium surged in popularity. In , the city welcomed a three-day music festival, Electric Zoo, dedicated to the genre. EDM brought the second big wave of electronic music in America. For John Barrera, who books house music shows at Elsewhere in Bushwick, the time has never been better to find both local and international talent celebrating the genre. With four music spaces and a seasonal outdoor art gallery, there is bound to be something for everyone at the warehouse-turned-music space. Local DJs play free sets on weekdays, while bigger concerts and house music parties fill the space on weekends.
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While social media and dating apps have perhaps reduced the perceived need for in-person socializing and meeting new people, platforms like Instagram have also allowed us to discover new venues and parties in real time. From intimate velvet-roped lounges to outdoor dance clubs and rooftop hideaways, here are the 13 absolute best nightclubs and lounges to party at in New York City. Opened by DJ and nightlife impresario Paul Sevigny yes, brother to actress Chloe Sevigny as a follow-up to his shuttered Beatrice Inn, this hibiscus wallpaper-clad cocktail lounge and club remains one of the most exclusive doors in Manhattan. Arrive on the earlier side if you want a better chance of getting in—and be aware that getting the up-and-down from longtime doorman Ludwig is all part of the experience.
We may be alone, but we are together. Since then, of course, an all-new, totally unprecedented threat has replaced it. A native of the Bushwick neighbourhood in Brooklyn, Donis always sought out music from the fringes. That led him to the Bronx music collective Uptown Vinyl Supreme, a famous roving block party dedicated to vinyl and community. Inspired, he started putting together his own mixes and became one of the first residents at Half Moon, a rising grassroots radio platform for dance music that emphasises diversity and discovery. It connected me more to the black youth. In a charged political climate, the club scene is taking that energy and building something new and fulfilling. Have you been creating and making music during the pandemic?