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This Friday in NYC: R3hab at Pacha

Young and Dutch. There was never a finer combination of qualities that make for the ultimate DJ. Embodying both characteristics, Electro House sensation R3hab will be spinning at Pacha, this Friday, with Swanky Tunes opening up for him (yet another Lounge favorite). R3hab has been on top of his game in the past months, and will be tearing the club for only 10 dollars if you can get in before midnight. From his hot mixes of pop songs and his original instrumental tracks to outstanding bootleg productions, R3hab is a true party master. A sick track that stays close to his Dutch House brothers Afrojack and Shermanology's original is his remix of “Can’t Stop Me Now,” a party pumper for any type of crowd, and a track that we've featured as Track of the Day. If you’re looking to hear a R3hab classic however, make sure you listen to his original mix of “The Bottle Song,” a quirky number that's every bit as fun as Pacha's going to be this Friday. Make sure to come on out for a taste of EDM Lounge partying! NEW YORK CITY - YOU NEED R3HAB!!!


19+ Event

$10 admission before 10 PM - get on the list

Buy tickets ($30 + tax)

By Anne Chang

Follow me on Twitter: @Ann3c5


Tonight in NYC: Eric Prydz at Beekman Beach Club

Eric Prydz aka Pryda is a Swedish House producer... and a legendary one at that. He's known for such fan favorites as "Pjanoo," "Call on Me," "Niton (The Reason)," and "Proper Education." He's boys with the soon-to-be-deceased Swedish House Mafia but unlike his jet-setting peers, he's afraid of flying. He stuck to performing in venues in and around Europe due to several panic attacks affecting his travel, but not any longer. North America has been deprived of his talent for far too long, but today is a special day. Today is something for the EDM history books. We heard absolutely rave reviews about his performance a few weeks back in LA, so we're sure when he hits Gotham it's going to be insane. New York City is blessed with not one, but two performances by Prydz: one at Identity Festival today at Jones Beach, and tonight at the tip of Lower Manhattan at the Beekman Beach Club. If you're a true EDM fan you'll want to ignore the unfavorable elements and make the trek out to one, or both, of these special events with us. Tickets are sold out so if you really want to make this monumental event, StubHub will be your best friend today. And don't be lame, catch the after party at Pacha with Madeon

Saturday, July 28th
Beekman Beach Club - South Street Seaport NYC - North Side of Pier 17
18+ to enter / 21+ to drink
Doors 10pm
Dress-code: Dress to dance

By Michael Arnold

Follow me on Twitter: @DanceSoColorful


This Weekend in NYC: Madeon at Pacha NYC

Saturday is going to be a killer day. There’s Identity Festival at Jones beach with Eric Prydz, Arty and Eva Simons, Prydz and friends at Beekman Beach Club followed by dance madness with Madeon at Pacha NYC. And Madeon’s performance is going to be monumental, as it's his highly anticipated debut at the popular club. If you caught him at Ultra, Coachella or even Electric Daisy Carnival in New York, you know he can spin. At 18, he’s been one of the more prolific producers of his peers and having Deadmau5 support and show him the lay of EDM land is a testament to his commitment and passion to music. Get some sun at Identity, enjoy the cool wind from the East River as you dance hard to Prydz at Beekman, but save your energy for the after party at Pacha because it’s definitely going to raaaaaage.

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By Michael Arnold

Follow me on Twitter: @DanceSoColorful


This Weekend in NYC: Victor Calderone at Pacha NYC

If there's one person that's been around the block when it comes to going out in NYC, it's Victor Calderone. Starting using turntables at the ripe age of 15, the now 45 year old Brooklyn-born House DJ and producer has a lot of tricks up his sleeve. Since '98, Victor C has churned out over 9 remixes of Madonna's singles, and has collaborated with numerous celebrities from Beyonce Knowles to Sting, launching him to the top of the Billboard Dance charts. 

Known for his minimal tech house style, Calderone's beats provide the perfect soundtrack for a night out on the town. This Saturday July 21, Calderone will be returning to Pacha NYC for a beat-fueled night of revelry. Come up to 46th Street and party like you're in Ibiza!!!


21+ Event

$10 admission before 12 Midnight! Get on the list!

Buy tickets ($20 plus applicable taxes)

For table reservations call 219-209-7500

By Edward Fancher


Review: NERVO at Pacha NYC

The super fresh blonde twins from Down Under graced NYC's Pacha with a high-energy set Saturday night, showing the entire Midtown crowd what being female DJs is all about. 

Kicking off the night with a bang, the NERVO girls spun their own original, "The Way We See The World" to the great enthusiasm of the crowd, then seamlessly transitioned to their new new collaboration with Nicky Romero "Like Home."

The twins packed the popular nightclub, keeping the crowd swaying with hit records including Nari & Milani's massively popular "Atom," Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano's "Lethal Industry," Alesso, Steve Angello, & Sebastian Ingrosso's "Eclipse (Why Am I Doing This?)" and Benny Benassi's remix of "Feel So Close" by Calvin Harris.

However, the magic really happened halfway through their set when fellow Aussie, Tommy Trash, surprised NERVO in the DJ booth and the club exploded in excitement. Dancing, laughing, singing and dropping massive anthems for the remainder of their set, the girls' energy, enthusiasm, and bold personalities truly shined. NERVO closed with their original banger, "We're All No One" leaving the crowd wanting more.

Here's a Pic I Took from the DJ Booth When Tommy Was On Stage

Next up, Norman Doray transitioned flawlessly into his set, dropping the brand new anthem from Filo & Peri"SummerSLAM" which we recently featured! Doray kept the (still solid-packed) Pacha dancing until the wee hours of the night with Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl's "In My Mind" featuring Gregori KayAvicii & Nicky Romero's "Nicktim," and a really cool mashup of Dada Life's "Kick Out the Epic Motherfucker." Doray gave a nod to Tommy Trash when he blasted "Cascade" through the speakers, and the crowd erupted!

I was quite surprised at the turn-out as Laidback Luke's Super You&Me at Governor's Island was the same night -- at which Luke, Datsik, Tommy Trash, Peacetreaty, and Oliver Twizt performed. Nonetheless, the dance floor, mezzanine, and upper floor were jam-packed until well past 4:30 in the morning!

If you missed this solid set, you definitely don't want to miss the NERVO sisters next time they're in town!

By Laryssa Loza

Follow me on Twitter: @LaryssaLoza