German trance duo, Claus Terhoeven and Stefan Bossems, better known as Cosmic Gate, will be bringing their amazing trance energy to the stage of Pacha NYC this Friday, December 13.
With a musical career spanning more than decade, these seasoned professionals are sure to thrill the crowd by bringing their own unique blend of classic and updated trance.
Earlier this year, they released a deluxe edition of their 2011 album release Wake Your Mind and the material from that has proven to be a dance floor hit.
This Friday, December 13th, their energy combined with Pacha NYC’s luxurious environment holds the promise of a fantastic night out.
Check out one of Cosmic Gate's classic tracks here.
It was the perfect girls night out at The DL rooftop on Wednesday December 4th, and it included everything a girl needs to have a good time; her girlfriends, a strong drink and a manicure!
Hosted by Pedicure.com and iAdventure.com, guests were able to score an exclusive manicure with celebrity manicurist Gerry Holford and her team. With all the manicurists ready for action at each station, guests lined up with their drinks in hand excited to get their nails pampered by the best!
Any New York City club venue that lasts for 8 years and is still going strong calls for a celebration. The dance floors of Pacha nightclubs worldwide are famous for bringing all the hottest DJs to spin for the night and now Pacha New York is celebrating their 8 year mark by featuring a December line up that is so packed with renowned DJs, you need to check out this repertoire.
The Eight-Year Anniversary event kick starts with Grammy-nominated, Austrailian DJ Dirty South on Saturday, December 7th. As a Pacha favorite, he will bring his big-room style House sounds to get the crowd going in high gear.
Independent filmmaker Neal Edelstein, the man responsible for scaring us with The Ring and The Ring Two, will be discussing the new ghost story app called Haunting Melissa with the Blair Witch Project's creator Mike Monello. The new free app is the first of its kind and breaks down a horror story piece by piece for you to watch on either your iPhone or iPad. Neal and Mike will be taking questions and also debuting a preview of the app that is sure to scare and unsettle us all! If you're a horror film junkie you do not want to miss this free event. You can dowload the app for free here.
What: Q & A with Neal Edelstein & Mike Monello
Where: The Apple Store SoHo, 103 Prince Street (at Greene), New York, NY 10012
Thanksgiving has come and gone, the days are getting shorter and colder, and Christmas jingles have officially infiltrated every CVS and Duane Reade in the city. That’s right: it’s winter time. While some of you warm-weather people might be getting ready to hibernate, anybody who’s spent winter in NYC knows there are lots of winter reasons to leave your cave during the holiday season. One of those reasons is the Winter Village at Bryant Park, the annual festive pop up market surrounding an amazing seasonal ice skating rink just down the street from Times Square. The rink will be open all day and into the night until March 2nd, so skaters, you can come down with a date, with friends, or just on your own to enjoy laps around the open-air track for free.
Great clothes, great people, and a great vibe is the best description that can be given for the launch event for Authentic Apparel Group's U.S. Army Menswear line this past Wednesday night (November 20). Held at Lower Manhattan's Blind Barber, tastemakers and fashionista's filled up the space to catch an in-person glimpse of Authentic Apparel's new U.S. Army Menswear collection.
Featuring a live DJ, the vibe in the building was great, as people mingled and got insights on the stylish new collection. The line, which will be distributed exclusively through Zappos, is officially licensed by the U.S. Army, and is inspired by classic military apparel while giving it a contemporary spin. One may think of Army apparel and shy away due to the idea of all-camouflage pieces, but the coolest thing about the line is that while the designs are inspired by Army attire, the colorways are varied and modern, and you would hardly guess they were based on military wear.