NYC Legend Justin Strauss has recently interviewed Trevor Jackson for Ace Hotel‘s blog. Justin is a fantastic artist and DJ who has been part of the NYC music and art scene since the early days of the Paradise Garage.
We’ve been blown away when reading this interesting article published by Neue Zürcher Zeitung. Apart from giving a deep and critical insight into the current state of the art form of photography, it also includes some valuable thoughts that depict why we think dance music clubs should ban photography.
Let’s celebrate pride 2017 together. Unfortunately human beings all over the world still can’t decide freely on how they want to live their life in peace. Let’s stand together for diversity, tolerance and freedom of mind, body and soul!
Together we can make a difference!
Recently the amazing German dance music lover Heiko M/S/O lost his fight against cancer. Although lots of young kids might not have heard about him before, he was a very prominent figure in the establishment of club and dance music culture in Germany and was famous for his very kind and humble spirit.
Ein popkultureller Gesprächs- und Musikabend!
Zur Veröffentlichung von SZ LANGSTRECKE 2/2017 sprechen Andrian Kreye (Feuilleton-Chef) und David Pfeifer (Langstrecke) über alle Spielarten des Pop und legen begleitend Lieblingsschallplatten auf. Drängende Themen für diesen Abend: Vinyl: Tradition oder Mode?
In 1985, Grace Jones put this sexist interviewer in his place. How can you not love her!
In 1985, Grace Jones put this sexist interviewer in his place
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From Studio 54 to Paradise Garage: Richard Long’s Life-Changing Soundsystems
A super interesting article feat. by Red Bull Music Academy Daily.
As New York City’s dance music underground began to flourish in the post-Stonewall world of the early 1970s, a premium was put on its soundsystems.
Pulse radio published an interesting article on no photo policies in clubs. Berlin’s clubbing legends explain why “NO PHOTOS” makes partying there so special.
This article was originally published as part of the Creative Footprint project, a non-profit organisation that measures and advocates for creative public spaces in Berlin, and soon the world.
A couple of years ago, Muallem and 2 Many DJs had a chat about clubs. The talk was published in Groove magazine.
Vor 25 Jahren, als diese Zeitschrift gegründet wurde, waren Clubs entweder noch klassische Hochglanz-Diskotheken oder Kellerlöcher mit schlechter Anlage und Stroboskop.
Süddeutsche Zeitung recently published an interesting article about our sound system and acoustic space design.
Click here to read the full article online.