New York City

People’s Climate March in NYC

At 7:30 am on a quiet Sunday morning in Philadelphia (September 21st), Philly’s climate activists were already out in full force.  Five busloads of Philadelphians were gearing up to head to New York City for the People’s Climate March.  The goal: to sound the alarm on environmental inaction and to motivate the world to make […]

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Laidback Luke’s Super You&Me: Island of Superheroes

On Saturday, June 16th, The Governors Beach Club on Governors Island (just off the southern tip of Manhattan in NYC) was transformed into a wonderland of superheroes and electronic dance music. The eight hour party (presented by Made Event), was a cross between Electric Zoo and Comic Con. Fans were encouraged to dress like their […]

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Mord Fustang Kucking Fills it at Starlight Ballroom

On Saturday night, as Philadelphia basked in the glory of an NLDS game 1 win by the Phillies, electronic music fans were treated to the sounds of DJ’s Mord Fustang and Dillon Francis at the Starlight Ballroom. The event, which was presented by Art of Electronica, Mad Decent, and Plasmapool, also featured opening sets by […]

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Mad Decent Block Party Overtakes the Piazza

Sunday afternoon was another hazy, hot, and humid day in the City of Philadelphia. Enter the Mad Decent Block Party. Originally scheduled for Saturday, the date and location of the event had to be moved when the city pulled many of the events permits over concerns for the size of the crowd on city streets. […]

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Darwin Deez and Johnny Brenda Get it On

It was another hazy, hot, and humid July day here in Philadelphia, but that didn’t stop fans of (New York based) “Darwin Deez” from packing into Johnny Brenda’s in Fishtown. Opening act “Caged Animals” got the night started shortly after 9pm, playing for about 30 minutes. Then came a 45 minute wait, and it was […]

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