Laroc Brazil has locked-in Luciano, Matador, Kolsch, Butch and more for the forthcoming season, which also includes its birthday.
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Tonight we return to Zouk Singapore for our annual DJ Mag x Zouk Party. This year’s line up features electro don Quintino in the main room plus Osunlade who will bring his deep and jacking techno sound to Velvet Underground.
Our in-house DJ crew - DJ Mag Allstars will be on hand to warm up both rooms.
Last month, we brought our Top 100 Clubs tour to Egypt's prized club Space Sharm El Sheikh.
The first licensee of the Space brand outside of Ibiza, the club certainly lives up to the name. Booking Gregori Klosman and Gareth Stirling to rock the gargantuan soundsystem, the club doesn't skimp on production either. Check out the footage below if you were unlucky enough to miss it...
With a regular spot in our DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs poll, it’s no wonder Brooklyn’s favorite techno outpost, Output, clinched out a Best Of North America win. As one reader commented, “The sound system is hands down one of the best in the five boroughs.” Having spent more than one night immersed inside its Funktion One laden walls, we are hard-pressed to disagree. The 12,000-square-foot venue is a converted warehouse, with unvarnished concrete and exposed steel beams lending a vibe that suits its regular line-ups – think residents like Horse Meat Disco, Bonobo and Seth Troxler.
The name Verboten has been synonymous with New York City underground nightlife for over a decade. The once-mobile party set up a permanent post in Williamsburg in 2014 and has been booking the likes of Damian Lazarus, Chris Liebing, Seth Troxler and The Martinez Brothers ever since. The 10,000-square-foot former metal shop, featuring two rooms, multiple skylights and industrial accents, create an aesthetic perfect for peak hours.
Designed to serve the dance music lovers’ desires, The Control Room features a Martin Audio soundsystem, acoustic ceiling panels, panoramic video walls, raised seating areas and a sprung wood dancefloor. The smaller Cabaret Bar is a warmer, more intimate space with its own soundsystem, designed to function with or completely independently from the main room. Littered with overstuffed leather banquettes, soundproof curtains, neon chandeliers, and a burned concrete bar, it plays host to day parties, smaller week-night events, art shows, cabaret and [eventually] a small plates restaurant. Verboten fruits never tasted so sweet.