The brother/best-friend trio from New York is starting the weekend the right way with a big Friday night show at Pacha. Whether it's one of their amazing original releases, like 'Overtime' and 'Take Me Home,' or any of the incredible remixes they've done for big names like Bruno Mars, Hardwell, and Krewella, if you've heard anything from Cash Cash, you know that seeing them perform will be money well spent. General admission tickets start at $25, but if you RSVP ahead of time, entry is free until 12 A.M. Doors open at 10 P.M. for ladies 19 and older, guys 21+.
On December 13th, Webster Hall threw their weekly Girls & Boys event on Friday nights. The 'advanced tickets' line was already long when we got there and that gave us a good indication of just how jam packed the venue was going to be.
The night was catered to both bass heads and dub step fans alike as the opener played an array of trap and heavy bass music. Crizzly came on first, and went H.A.M. on his set. He opened with electrofused heavy bass tracks that instantly had the crowd moving. The floor was unbelievably shaky from the crowd all jumping and stomping together. In one word, Crizzly's set was insane. He featured tons of crunkstep style tunes which were all type #nasty.
Mark your calenders for December 13th--bass heads Figure and Crizzly are coming to Webster Hall for its weekly Girls & Boys event. Along with Figure and Crizzly, LA duo gLAdiator and Alex English will be playing the same night.
This event is a continuation of the Figure x Crizzly All Black Everything tour, so make sure to catch these two when they make their stop in New York City. Figure is synonymous with Drumstep while Crizzly is known for embodying the Crunkstep genre, and together they will bring bass-heavy music for all the bass heads out there.
Friday, August 30, the famous Webster Hall and GBH present another awesome edition of their weekly Girls & Boys event. Going strong for well over a year now, Girls & Boys has been one of NYC’s biggest electronic dance parties, packing the place regularly with over 2,000 excited electro kids. The Aug. 30th edition will feature yet another slate of top notch, cutting edge DJs that Girls & Boys has become known for. And the best part? They’re all from NY!
When: 6:30 – 9:30pm
Where: The Empire Hotel Rooftop, 22 West 63rd St.
Where: The Vault at Pfaff’s, 643 Broadway, Manhattan.
Where: Sky Room Times Square, 330 West 40th St.
When: 10pm – 4am
Where: XVI Lounge, 251 West 48th St. New York.
Get your dubstep on at Webster Hall tonight for a buck before midnight and soak in the DJ sets of Nero, Hellfire, and Roommate in the massive Grand Ballroom. All three shell out some crazy beats, most of those being spun tonight likely being more upbeat and dance-worthy than some of their slower tracks. It's only a single buck with RSVP before midnight, but just in case you're not familiar with the artists, you can take a listen to any one or all of the artists on their MySpace pages (Nero, Hellfire, Roommate) before you go. It's only 19 to get in (with ID), but 21 to drink. Doors open at 10 pm.
One of my favorite longstanding parties (started in 2002), Girls & Boys, is at it again tonight at Webster Hall. Alex English and Rekles resident, with photos by The Culture of Me and Nicky Digital.
This week, Glass Candy, Chromatics, Desire, and Simonetti will perform, and as always, it's one of the few 19+ parties in NYC. Doors are at 10pm, and if you RSVP at Going.com, entry is just $5 before midnight.
Check out Girls & Boys on Facebook to stay up to date with all of their parties (bringing in anyone from Chromeo, Major Lazer, Disko Dali, and the Bloody Beetroots) plus get reduced, and often free entry!
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.