Friday, November 15th
The DAFT PUNK TRIBUTE: An 8-piece ensemble who reinterpret some of the world's most popular electronic dance music with a horn section, rhythm section, vocals and electronics. Since emerging from Toronto's prestigious Humber College Jazz Program in 2009 they have been melting faces and liquifying dancefloors with sold out shows at the most prestigious clubs and concert halls across Canada. Doors 7PM, Show 9PM. 18+. $15 Advance, $20 Door.
Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012.
"GRiZ" is an independent American electronic music artist who began his career as a classically trained Alto Saxophone and piano player. Stylistically, he creates bass infused hip-hop, electro soul, and future funk sounding productions often accompanied by the live performance and recording of his Alto Saxophone and the use of an array of vinyl samples. Doors 8PM, Show 9PM. $20 Early Admission, $25 Advance.
Head on over to Fatty Cue in at 91 S 6th St in Williamsburg for $7 daiquiris starting at 6pm and going untill, well, whenever the party stops!
Tonight marks the first night of this Tuesday special that will continue every Tuesday untill further notice.
Tonight's menus features:Classic (Rum, Lime, Sugar) Pineapple (Rum, Lime, Pineapple, Sugar) Hemingway (Rum, Lime, Grapefruit, Maraschino) Birthday (Rum, Lime, Sugar, Grapefruit peel, Sparkling wine)
Starting Monday, November 11th, 2013, everyone can unite and toast to this Miami Beach hot spot. Café Prima Pasta will be inviting patrons to come complimentary bites to celebrate two decades of serving some of the finest and best reviewed food in South Florida.
It’s been hailed as the number one Italian restaurant by Tripadvisor.com and The New York Times as best daily happy hour. This tasty eatery will sure to reel you in for more than just your average pasta.
Coming off the L train and walking onto Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg you immediatly feel the Brooklyn vibes. Chic and modern apartment buidings blend in with the old school warehouses and brownstones, making for a truly diverse neighborhood. This diversity was also found at the sixth annual Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival.
We had the opportunity to attend the festival this weekend. Held prodominately on N 6 street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival took place at different venues over 3 nights.
This Friday proved to be another extraordinary night in music for techno fans, with great music at an exceptional venue. Starting off the night was DJ V, who came to the decks like a pro warming up the club with a slew of dirty Tech house beats. Marco Carola kept to his reputation of being an underground God of techno. His style of extremely deep and dark music has flawless blends and beat matching that puts many DJ’s technical skill to shame. Support music was provided by Marc Antona, who kept the crowd happy into the late hours of the night with dark samples and hard hitting tech beats.