After taking a small hiatus following the passing of member Paul Baumer in December, the Bingo Players returned on the road last February, continuing to spread his music and legacy. You can catch Bingo Players this Friday night at Prime the Nightclub if you want to have a memorable start to the weekend. With hits like “Rattle,” “Cry (Just A Little),” “Out Of My Mind,” and “Buzzcut,” it will be a set filled with fun, upbeat bangers.
FREQUENCY, a new monthly underground party set up shop this Saturday at an East Williamsburg warehouse for a long night of dancing, music, body painting and of course tacos!
The new FREQUENCY parties are brought to you by BangOn!NYC, the leaders in creating one of a kind warehouse parties that cater to thousands of guests. From the lighting to the professional dancers, unique activities and great food at their parties, BangOn!NYC knows how to bring you large-scale parties that live up to Jay Gatsby standards.
Once you walk through the front doors of the old warehouse you're completely transported into a different world; a world filled with groovy beats and party goers nestled between old warehouse walls. The party feels like a miniature festival, but in an underground setting that seems like the best kept secret in Brooklyn...and it is.
40/40 Club: 6 West 25th St.,New York, NY
40/40 Club is known for high class sports viewing. Round up a group of your friends and grab a table for any of the 16 games!
No. 19 Music is celebrating its five year anniversary tonight, Friday March 21st with the launch of The No. 19 Social Experiment Residency at Output in Brooklyn. This Toronto music label is taking over one of the most infamous clubs in New York with DJs such as Art Department, Eric Volta, and Brooklyn’s own Cameo Culture. Eric Volta recently released his EP Blood Burgundy on the No. 19 label. In the Panther Room are Osunlade and the co-owner of No. 19, Nitin. With a lineup like this, this is an event you don’t want to miss. The No. 19 Social Experiment Residency is the start of something new and exciting for No. 19 Music. After this launch, there are only more special guests to help celebrate five years of this iconic label.
Escape the bitter winter and warm your soul with a night in celebration of chili. This Sunday, join BigBite events for the fifth annual Philly Chili Bowl, where you can sample the best chili Philly has to offer, and even enter your own to compete. Get started at 2pm with the Chili Brunch, which includes some boozy refreshments, and spend all Sunday filling up on hot, meaty deliciousness. There is a trophy for the most superior chili, but everyone is free to sample all the bowls and judge for themselves. It’s $15 for one competition entry, or $20 for two entries, and tickets are $10 for 5 when you get them ahead of time.
When: Sunday, March 23rd, 2pm
Where: The Ukie Club, 847 N Franklin St., Philadelphia, PA
Excess Saturdays are the essence of luxury at Reserve. Terrific food, inventive cocktails and stylish elegance are what you might expect from Reserve any night of the week, but on Saturday they turn it up to 11. Liquor, food, music, service, crowd – expect everything high-end, beautiful, delicious and just slightly too much in the best way. If you get on the guest list, it's free to enter before 11pm and Reserve is offering a premium open bar from 9pm-11pm. Reserve will make you feel right at home, whether you’re a filthy rich libertine or just playing one for the night.
When: Saturday, March 22nd, 9pm
Where: Reserve Wine Bar and Lounge, 724 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA
Excision is a cult favorite Bass Music artist and he’s bringing his legendary show to Philly’s Electric Factory. The show will feature the Executioner video installation, as well as a sound system that’ll rattle your bones and shake the ceiling. Excision plays a singular mix of dance and metal with an outlandish persona that’s made their music such a favorite. With such a dedicated crowd and a wild stage show, this is sure to be a night to remember. Their fan club tickets are already sold out, but you can still find some spots on ticketmaster and stubhub. The prices are only going to climb up as the show gets closer so grab your tickets ASAP.
When: Friday, March 21st, 8pm
Where: The Electric Factory, 421 N. 7th St., Philadelphia, PA
At the tender age of 18, when he was just part of the many aspiring producers trying to get his voice heard within the sea of talents on the interweb, DJ/Producer Clockwork rose to the mainstream of electronic music, thanks to a killer track and the guidance of Felix Cartal and AutoErotique.
With the release of his single, “Squad Up,” he placed himself on the radar of Steve Aoki, the world famous DJ and proprietor of Dim Mak records—the mothership of electronic music talents. Without hesitation, Aoki signed young Clockwork to the label, thus making him the youngest artist to be part of the Dim Mak roster, ever.