Review: Super8 and Tab @ Webster Hall

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.

Interview: Super8 and Tab

The Finnish trance music duo, Super8 and Tab, will be hitting New York City this weekend. They will be spinning all night at Webster Hall this Saturday, September 14, as a part of the venues’ Brite Nites event. The duo has been killing it since they decided to join forces back in 2005. With their debut album, Empire, released in 2010 and a bunch of remixes under their belt, the boys have a nice collection of songs they are ready to showcase. One of them being their newest single “The Way You Want” – an energetic song that never loses a step and builds up into one of the nicest trance tracks that we’ve heard in a while.

New Jay Z and Justin Timberlake Video

The hit song off of Jay Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail, featuring Justin Timberlake has now been given some visuals to accompany the song. We are not left with any dissapointments here--the video is epic.These two have been hard at work, from the release of "Suit & Tie", to their Legends of the Summer Tour, to this track and now they are working together for Justin' sequel to The 20/20 Experience. When two collosal acts come together like this, you can only expect greatness. That's exactly what we have recieved so far, and is probably what we will keep on getting.

Krewella Releases New Track

The hot-sisters DJ-producer duo (and don't forget Kris 'Rainman') - who make up Krewella - have gained big notice within the last year, and are now finally ready to release their debut album, Get Wet, on September 24. In light of this big step, they have released their new track "We Go Down", which will be on the album. You can stream it below.

Go preorder Get Wet on iTunes and catch Krewella on their Get Wet Tour this fall.

Interview with the Sisters Behind DUO Restaurant & Lounge

Sisters Sabina and Lorraine Belkin are born and bred restaurateurs, raised in the buzzing hospitality industry from a young age. Both sisters were heavily involved with their family's many successful establishments, which included Green Field restaurant in Farmingdale and Braseiro in Scarsdale, New York.

In 2010, the two sisters made the decision to embark upon a year of world traveling, where they visited not only their family's hometown of Moscow, but also Israel, Amsterdam, Paris, and Germany. The trip, which was partly research and inspiration for their next project, provided them with a clear vision for their restaurant's luxurious aesthetic and décor.

Album Review: Slow Club's "Yeah So"

Well folks, here it goes - another boy/girl pair up, another case of matching plaids, songs about love, relationship ambiguity. I didn’t want to give Slow Club a chance, I was adamant that there was nothing new to learn there. Yet despite my unreasonable doubts, I recently listened to the music from duo Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson of Sheffield, England. Their debut album, Yeah So, lent further proof to something I had already proved to myself by thinking that I knew how I'd feel about something before giving it a chance. The message, in short: You’re wrong about yourself.