WEEKEND PICKS
NYC Weekend Roundup: January 24-26 2014

Friday, January 24th

168 Delancey Street, New York, NY 10002

One of the biggest electro parties this weekend will be at Webster Hall. This week Girls & Boys presents Justin Martin as their main guest along with a bunch of other surprises. Get ready to throw your hands in the air to the sounds of thumping bass and hype beats all night long. Early bird tickets are just $15 online here.

125 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003

Saturday, January 25th

163 Hope Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

618 W. 46th Street, New York, NY 10036

Sunday, January 26th

88 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10011

118 E. 15th St, NYC

ALL ACCESS PASS
Inside Electric Daisy Las Vegas: The Talent, The Production, The Party

Ten miles of darkness and 2000 cars separated us from the festival we had only dreamt about. As we stared forward, excited and anxious, there was a faint flicker towards the sky and then the familiar explosion of fireworks in the distance. A roar ripped through the desert from the cars around us. Indian chiefs and their topless girlfriends yelled and cheered out their windows, as packs of neon spattered fur boots ran by on foot. This was the scene I had heard so much about. The one that would save dance music events

IN THE HOUSE
Get Familiar: Up and Coming NYC DJs

Influenced by many DJs, Michael Anthony also cites producers Roger Sanchez (from way back), Basement Jaxx, The Advent, Samuel L. Session and Dennis Ferrer. In case you couldn’t tell, his sound is “very hard, in your face.” Creating tracks with “seamless rhythms which accumulate psychotic amounts of energy over time as to have the power to detonate a small vehicle” has paid off; Michael Anthony’s productions have been played by big-room DJs like Boris and Danny Tenaglia. Such recognition is the ultimate high, “otherwise this would just be some kind of nomadic hobby,” he explains. “It keeps the drive alive.”

Michael Anthony’s raw attitude conveys the best bass element you can hear: heart. He clarifies his moniker, "The Unknown Artist," by returning to his beginning metaphor: "If one wants to be recognized and not stuck among the mass herds of sheep, they need quick escapes throughout the pastures, maybe a bush hidden as a trap door to get you to where the new feed was just placed."

ADAM BEYER
Electronica Storm

Anthony Rother, Glitch Mob, Benga and Marc "MK" Kinchen are among more than two dozen performers recently booked for Movement 2009, an annual electronic music festival that takes place each Memorial Day weekend in Detroit. The four acts join a roster of 60 DJs and live acts that already includes dance music heavy hitters such as the Prodigy, Afrika Bambaataa, Bassnectar, Derrick May, Carl Cox, Francois K, Z-Trip and Rick Wad.

The official festival runs from May 23rd until the 25th at Detroit's Hart Plaza, while The Prodigy will perform at an opening party on May 22 at the Fillmore Detroit.