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We hope you’ve been resting up since Coachella, because Electric Daisy Carnival is just around the corner. With EDC hitting New York's Citi Field this Friday and Saturday, you’ve still got a little time left to plan the perfect look for the all-day, outdoor festivity. This is one festival where you can have a lot of fun with your look (think less fringe and cutoffs, more neon and tutus). Click through to find out what to wear to stand out and stay comfortable all weekend long. More»
Jeremy Piven and Michelle Rodriguez talk to the masked Alec Monopoly at his street art show; the cast of "The Big Bang Theory" field questions at the Paleyfest panel; Eva Mendes helps Vogue Eyewear launch a new campaign shot by Mario Testino at a beautiful Simon House estate—get caught up on yesterday's hump day happenings in this installment of Last Night's Parties.
When Swedish House Mafia came to town over the weekend for the two final shows on their One Last Tour before heading to Ultra Music Festival, everyone expected they'd go out with a bang. Given the routine awesomeness of their live show stage productions, the final blowout had to top all else, and the Swedish trio certainly delivered. For two nights at Masquerade Motel in Los Angeles State Historic Park, their two-hour set from the monolithic LED wall of a stage was complemented by a psychedelic laser light show, sparkling pyrotechnics, fake snow and bubbles blasted into the crowd of 35,000 (per night!) and vibrant fireworks exploding in the sky above. Check out this Instagram roundup capturing stellar moments from Friday and Saturday night and see the Swedish House madness for yourself.
Despite being notorious weather wimps, a little rain and frigid temperatures did not keep 35,000 beat-hungry Angelenos from raging Friday at Masquerade Motel, Swedish House Mafia's mini music festival held over the weekend and completely outdoors in Los Angeles State Historic Park. As the first of their two nights in L.A. on their One Last Tour, billed as the Swedish EDM trio's final tour together, L.A. was unwavering in its commitment to donning its skimpiest raver gear and making the most of Masquerade Motel's less than hospitable weather conditions and muddy grounds up until the final seconds of "Save The World."
Swedish House Mafia killed it in NYC this past week with their break-up party, One Last Tour, sharing the fun with some 60,000 Big Apple fans. Following Thursday's Black Tie Rave, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell hit up Madison Square Garden on Friday and the Barclays Center for another two nights of raging. Check out some of the Instagram highlights from the SHM weekend rave. More»
The weekend everyone has been waiting for is finally here. If you're anything like us, you've been counting down the (never-ending) work days until Swedish House Mafia's 5-day takeover in NYC. They began their "One Last Tour" last night with the Black Tie Rave at Hammerstein Ballroom. 100% of the proceeds from the night went to the Mayor’s Fund To Advance New York City, Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and Save The Children. Following last night's show, the trio will continue on to Madison Square Garden with Pete Tong and Armand Van Helden, and then finish up with three nights at the Barclays Center. 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 your favorite raver seems to be running about a quart low on serotonin today, there's a perfectly good explanation: they were probably dancing it up all weekend in Las Vegas at EDC 2012. And while you may have heard the disappointing news that festival organizers Insomniac were forced to cut the show short on Saturday night due to a raging desert windstorm, don't feel too badly for the party rockers, because they picked up again with a vengeance on Sunday, closing out the festival with a solid exclamation point. We've sorted through thousands of photos to give you a chance to live, or re-live, the madness. More»
If you have tickets for Electric Daisy Carnival this weekend, you're probably already set. Your bags are packed. You've studied the set schedule. You've designed a homemade Deadmau5 head with a Pauly D blowout on top (and what a tragic shame that those two won't be on hand to see it). But before you start driving towards Vegas, do yourself a big favor and read up on our essential tips to surviving the weekend. Because just like everything else in Vegas, there's a right way and a wrong way to do EDC. Don't you want to do it the right way? More»
So who's going to Las Vegas this weekend to get down to some electronic dance music? Actually, let's rephrase that: if you want to get down to EDM this weekend, you'd better be going to Vegas, because every artist you've ever heard of (and many you'll be hearing about soon) are all playing the 16th annual Electric Daisy Carnival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, starting tomorrow. And when we say "everyone," that's really not much of an exaggeration. Check out the just-released full set schedule and start your stage-hopping plans now! More»
It's hopefully not going to come as a big surprise when I say this, but economically speaking, Europe has seen brighter days. It's a far more complicated issue than we can really address in these hallowed pages, but let's just say off the bat that 25-hour work weeks are really never conducive to economic growth. Nevertheless, our friends across the pond clearly still have some lessons to teach us, as evidenced by Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso singlehandedly stimulating some serious spending at Greystone Manor last night. How are we so sure his set had such an impact? Let's count the ways. More»
Wednesday, May 22
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.