The anthem to Saturday night's brite nites event at Webster Hall was none other than the mantra, "Eat, sleep, rave...repeat."
Every Saturday night, Webster Hall brings New Yorkers their electrofused brite nites event which features the hottest DJs of the now. On Thanksgiving weekend, the DJs that took over the Main Room with their explosive House styles were Dutch import Jordy Dazz and Swedish DJ Mikael Weermets.
Swedish DJ Mikael Weermets is coming to NYC venue Webster Hall on November 30th along with Dutch DJ Jordy Dazz. Together, the two are going to make "brite nites" an unforgettable music experience with their deep House styles and rhythmic House music.
Both of these artists have been performing worldwide and they are recognized by their fellow peers, Tiësto and Hardwell, as the next big DJs of our generation.
This proves to be true, as Weermets promotes a #soundofnow visionary while Jordy Dazz continues to release his own Dirty and Dope podcast series.
The event is for ages 19 and over and you can still purchase tickets here.
Friday, November 15th
The DAFT PUNK TRIBUTE: An 8-piece ensemble who reinterpret some of the world's most popular electronic dance music with a horn section, rhythm section, vocals and electronics. Since emerging from Toronto's prestigious Humber College Jazz Program in 2009 they have been melting faces and liquifying dancefloors with sold out shows at the most prestigious clubs and concert halls across Canada. Doors 7PM, Show 9PM. 18+. $15 Advance, $20 Door.
Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012.
"GRiZ" is an independent American electronic music artist who began his career as a classically trained Alto Saxophone and piano player. Stylistically, he creates bass infused hip-hop, electro soul, and future funk sounding productions often accompanied by the live performance and recording of his Alto Saxophone and the use of an array of vinyl samples. Doors 8PM, Show 9PM. $20 Early Admission, $25 Advance.
Upon arrival to Webster Hall there were many floors to choose from, all of which were playing different music. There was the BASSMENT featuring heaving dubstep/trap, the main floor playing top 40 and classics, and on the third floor was the Finnish trance duo Super8 and Tab.
Once you stepped on the floor and walked to their set, a wave of difference could be felt in terms of the crowd compared to the rest of the venue. The Brite Nites floor was flowing with a sea of ravers and music lovers bopping and and waving to the trance tracks of Super8 and Tab. They have a sound reminiscent to the Swedish house acts like Alesso or Sebastian Ingrosso. But the pair has a unique sound all their own, with melodies that lead to epic climaxes and reach beautiful drops. One recognizable song was "The Way You Want," featured in our interview with the duo. The song sounded incredible live, as it blasted through the massive speakers Webster Hall had provided them. The excited crowd was stomping and dancing throughout the entire set--which was close to four hours long. Without a doubt, Super8 & Tab know how to put on a show, and are destined to stardom if they continue on this route.