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This weekend, amidst the Halloween parties and storm chaos, the European music festival Sensation made it's U.S. debut in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center. From the looks of it, the two-day rager was the place to be this Halloween weekend, and we've got tons of party-goer Instagrams to prove it. From glow-in-the-dark costumes to an unexpected engagement, check out some shots of the madness at the first ever Sensation Innerspace in NYC.
Finding a partner to DJ with can offer many benefits. It can save time, and also opens up possibilities for creativity. There are plenty of famous DJ partnerships, and if you've ever seen one of them live, you know how amazing the result can be. But since they don't have concerts in New York that often (Ducksauce played their first NYC show at Governor's Ball this year), here's a list of amazing club duo's that you can trust to set the party off. More»
Electric Zoo this past weekend brought many of the world’s best DJ talents to New York for 72 hours. One of these up and coming stars of the EDM community is Dutch DJ/Producer Hardwell who broke out in 2009 but has really this exploded the past year. His tracks “Spaceman” and “How We Do” have been a staple of any electro house sets this past summer. I was lucky enough to speak with him about his feelings on Electric Zoo and EDM’s emergence into American pop culture. More»
Over Labor Day weekend, EDM fans and music festival-lovers headed to Randall's Island for one of New York's most anticipated events of the year: Electric Zoo. With three full days of performances by some of the top names in EDM, Electric Zoo 2012 was bigger and better than ever before. Relive the weekend (and get excited for 2013) through our photo round up! More»
Electric Zoo dominates this week's scene, with main stage performances by David Guetta, Pretty Lights, Laidback Luke, and more. But if the art of electronica isn't your jam, take a ferry to Governors Island, where 4heads is hosting their annual Art Fair this Saturday. Or venture out to the Hamptons for a film screening hosted by Alec Baldwin. Or just relax, sit back, and enjoy this Labor Day Weekend art roundup. More»
The countdown is finally coming to an end this Labor Day weekend as NYC gets hit with another major electronic music festival, Electric Zoo. Present by Made Event, this is the 4th annual Electric Zoo, and good vibes will rumble throughout Randall's Island all weekend long. Headliners include David Guetta on Friday, Axwell on Saturday, Tiësto on Sunday, and much more. EDM lovers, get your rage face ready once again as GofG breaks down the top ten artists you should check out on the island! More»
“Are you going to Thomas Gold?” she asks. She can’t be a day over 19 and she looks sorts of like a cross between a raver and wonder woman in her outfit. “Yes. Is it that obvious?” I’m on the 1 train and we’ve just pulled into the last stop, South Ferry. We head up the stairs towards the ferry station for Governors Island. More»
If you happened to miss Governor's Ball this weekend, or if you've been hitting up all the festivals so far this season, the good news is we've rounded up a few more for you to enjoy. The summer has only just begun and events like 4Knots, Catalpa, and Electric Zoo, have enough packed in them to take you to Labor Day. So no matter what type of music you're into, each of these events has something for every taste. More»
With Governors Ball this weekend, people headed out in droves to Randall's Island. You may have missed the annually held music festival but check out other fun things to do on the island! Whether you are looking for a fun, and relaxing afternoon or an action packed, loud, musically filled night, Randall's Island is sure to have the perfect solution to cure your summer boredom. So hop on the ferry or peddle across the 103rd street footbridge to make your way across the East River to Randall's Island this summer. More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.