Friday, January 10th
Mark Knight returns to NYC this Saturday for a pumping party at Marquee. This Grammy-nominated dance music legend has worked alongside the Black Eyed Peas and now you have the chance to rock out with him. Tickets are selling fast so get yours online now!
289 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY 10001
Get ready for an awesome lineup of DJS this Friday at Cielo. Mark Farina will be opening the night with his unique mix of genres and beats that has earned him the rank as one of the top DJs in the world by URB, BPM Magazine, and MUZIK. Zenbi, DJ Tones, and Nathan Kersaint will also be tearing up the 1’s and 2’s at Cielo. Get your advanced pre-sale tickets for just $20!
Mark Knight has a legacy that proceeds him and he is a key player in dance music. Coming from the humble beginnings of Kent, London, where he lived in a shed behind his parents’ house, Knight has risen to be one of the most successful DJ producer’s in the world. In addition to being listed in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs from 2008-2012, he has built his well renown label Toolroom Records, which celebrated its tenth anniversary last year.
This Friday Mark Knight comes to Marquee New York. His live performances demonstrate an ability to supersede the title of DJ, and become a decimator of dance floors. Knight is known for mixing in classic tracks and vocals with a world class ability that pleases crowds of party goers. In recent interviews Mark Knight has repeatedly expressed his enthusiasm to celebrate Toolroom’s new year, and his plans to make every show a paramount event.
Friday, November 8th
1712 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Lit Ultrabar is hosting an Electric Glow Party with Menace Cartel. Anyone on the guestlist that wears glow in the dark attire or brings glow in the dark toys gets in free before midnight! Get on the guestlist here. Doors Open at 10pm. 21+. $25 cover at the door if not on guestlist.
460 North 2nd street, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Saturday, November 9th
If you can't get enough of Whisper Nightclub then head on back for DJ Trayze spinning on Saturday! Doors open at 10 pm
A sea of white clad ravers of all kinds set out to Brooklyn, New York on the weekend of Oct. 26th for the European born event, Sensation Innerspace. Gracing major cities like Amsterdam, Oslo and Belgium, the monumental event was the first of its kind to hit the States and it made shockwaves as the first dance music show to christen the Barclays Center.
On Saturday, upon entering Barclays, the subways and streets were filled to the brim with the masses of fans donning their all-white-everything apparel, all in amazing spirit of course. In the main arena lied an unbelievable stage set up. From the all white lotus flower acropolis that hosted the rotating DJ booth to the extreme production elements to the sound system, Sensation was bound to leave an incredible and successful mark on New York that night.
Anticipation has a funny way of heightening an event: both through its capacity to incite a slow-building crescendo of fervor, and in its ability to massively inflate one’s expectations. In the case of Ultra Fest, the hype is certainly warranted—as this monumentally epic musical endeavor deserves an equally salacious array of festivities. It’s a natural compliment—the proverbial jelly to the fest's peanut butter—and for those whose musical and carnal appetites remain unsatiated, there is a cornucopia of bashes (both musical and decadent) that correspond with the inaugural day of Ultra Fest.
Can you believe Cielo has been around for 9 years? Now that's something to celebrate. Espcially in the fickle nightlife industry! As one of the original clubs before the Meatpacking District was cool, it has held its own for nearly a decade in what is now NYC's trendiest party neighborhood. The club is known for having two of the longest running weekly parties in the U.S. featuring some of the biggest DJs in the world. Just in the past year, they've hosted star DJs such James Zabiela, Chris Liebing, Ben Watt, Roger Sanchez, Mark Knight and Nick Warren.
Mondays needs slathering. By that we mean a full clean shave, and a dollop of honey on top of your steel cut oats.
Honey Dijon would do the trick. (Sans chicken fingers of course, you're on that no-fried bit.)
In case you're not familiar, this saucy gal started a residency at NYC's Cielo back in June and also does a weekly disco and early house party under the Chelsea hotel. (Very big with the high fashion and art crowd-- people who, like you, are avoiding chicken fingers.)
Yesterday, the Chicago-bred Honey Dijon released her new orignal single off of Toolroom Records, "Until the Day" featuring vocals by Dajae. Mixing her soulful, house roots with the deep underground vibes of New York, the city she now calls home, Honey Dijon has created an instant house classic. Remixed by Italy's Alex Kenji, Under, and Aki Bergen, the full release offers a variety of beats for all your listening situations. Honey is set to release another track off of Toolroom in the very near future.
The Toolroom Knights, a megamix created by Toolroom Records, is premiering tonight at Pacha, on the wayyyy west part of midtown. Collaborator Mark Knight himself will be there to DJ, introducing the crazy dance mix to a full house. Expect a lot of bass, a lot of lights, hours of interplayed video elements and a crazy environment heavy on the use of purples and blues. Also, crazy outfits. The club has 30,000 square feet of space, which makes it pretty versatile in terms of entertainment. Entrance is free before 12, and doors open at 10 PM.
Pacha 618 W. 46th Street (between 11th and 12th Avenues)
New York, NY 10036 (212) 209-7500
Click HERE for a full list of the tour.