Mixed by DJ Ryuhichi Studio 11

    01. Lisa Stansfield – Change
    02. Inner City – Whatcha gonna do with my lovin’ (David Morales & Frankie Knuckles RMX)
    03. Frankie Knuckles – Love Hangover
    04. Madonna – Vogue
    05. Ten City – That’s the Way Love Is
    06. Lil Louis – Club Lonely
    07. Frankie Knuckles – Work It To The Bone
    08. Michael Jackson – Remember The Time ( Steve Silk Hurley 12′ Mix )
    09. Laid Back – Ride The White Horse
    10. Black Betty – Ram Jam

  • SESSION 444: FUNKY SLICE 05.07.10

    Mixed by DJ Mahogany

    01. Lourett Russell Grant – Hot to Trot
    02. Tell You Today (Larry Levan Remix)
    03. The clash – Magnificent Dance
    04. Jimmy bo Horne – Spank
    05. Le Frank O – Keep on Gettin Down
    06. Atmosfear – Motivation
    07. Blaze ft. Palmer Brown – Do you Remember House
    08. Tyree – Acid Crash
    09. I’m In Love (feat. Ron Carroll) (Rasmus Faber Epic Remix)
    10. Hardrive: 2000 – Work This, Like This


    By NewYork Magazine

    Last night the Limelight Marketplace opened to press and New York City luminaries like the Real Housewives and Richie Rich for a preview prior to this afternoon’s official opening. What was once a pulsating, sweaty nightclub is now a clean, glossy mall! Only it’s like the scaled-down version of something you might find in suburbia, with stores that feel more like kiosks than full-fledged retail outlets. We went to investigate with hopes of stealing a disco ball and acquiring some free lotions and/or chocolate. And all our dreams came true! However, we can’t imagine having a reason to return in the future other than wanting to show friends and out-of-towners how nice the new black-and-white tiles are and remark, “Can you believe that MarieBelle used to be the D.J. booth?” [Read More]

    ZAKKA Opened New Store In Limelight!


    By BEN SISARIO – NY Times

    Walter Sear, an audio engineer whose steadfast devotion to pre-digital recording technology led him to maintain a studio with vintage, analog equipment, a risk that paid off in recent years as musicians like Norah JonesWilco and Wynton Marsalis flocked there for its rich natural sound, died on April 29 in Manhattan. He was 80 and lived on the Upper West Side. [Read More]


    By MARGALIT FOX – NY Times

    It was for decades the most enduring piece of ephemera in New York City and is still among the most recognizable. Trim, blue and white, it fits neatly in the hand, sized so its contents can be downed in a New York minute. It is as vivid an emblem of the city as the Statue of Liberty, beloved of property masters who need to evoke Gotham at a glance in films and on television. [Read More]

  • BobbyPtersn@SothPaw

  • AngelMorales@Cielo

  • Locals Only @Cielo

  • ?uestlove@BlkynBowl

  • I luv Vinyl@ LPR

    Wax Poetics magazine, with Halcyon, and Fusicology, present I Love Vinyl, a jumping monthly all-vinyl oasis at the Gallery Bar at LPR, featuring a dream team of resident romantics. Sharing deck duties will be djs Amir (bbe), one half of the internationally known rare record digger mixtape duo, Kon & Amir; prolific beatsmith Ge-Ology (Female Fun), boasting remix credits from Pete Rock to PPP; The Twilite Tone (Great Weekend), both a key player in the seminal 90’s Chicago house scene, and long-time producer and dj for Common; New York veterans OP! and Scribe (Raw Fusion NYC), and Jon Oliver (EVR), the baby of the bunch. with these heavy hitters butting music heads, expect sonic sparks to fly. the sounds will be mind-wide, foot-friendly, and snap crackle popping. no laptops allowed. 

  • TurnTableOnHudson

    Turntables on the Hudson enters its 12th Season of Outdoor parties by the River… this time around, 2nd & last FRIDAYS on the EAST River’s Water Taxi Beach in Queens! Nickodemus & guests + Nappy G & Christian Rogers on percussion bring you eclectic sounds from the underground dance community around the World!

    May 14, 28, June 11, 25, July 16, 30, Aug 13, 27, Sept 10

    Event Information
    Friday May 14, 2010
    Every 2nd & 4th Friday
    8:00 pm – 2:00 am
    Cover: $10.00
    Music: House, soul, rare-grooves, Afro-Cuban, world music



    By Sunday Best

    t’s official, folks. We’ll be back on the Gowanus in a month from today! Justin Carter, Eamon Harkin and Doug Singer are already digging through records for their best outdoor jams, and we can already smell Margarita Hernandez’s huaraches and taste the cold sangria. BKLYN Yard has announced a bunch of great new additions to their space — not least of which is a bocce ball court — and we’re happy to announce the full lineup of guests who will be playing alongside the residents this summer, an eclectic grouping of folks from New York and abroad who specialize in everything from rare Nigerian disco to shimmering, summertime techno. [Read More]

  • ClubHouse@ Love

  • AirDrop @ Love

    PUNISHER (Detroit)

    Doors @ 10pm  |  21+

    Tickets: Wantickets.com/flawless


  • Bunker@PublicAssemy