There are 3,700 Scissor Sisters fans, and they are all screaming. The New York City quintet are playing the … More
Life’s a Party for New York Nightlife’s Sober Hipsters.
Ultragrrrl has shown an unsettling ability to call the next big thing—a soothsayer for teenage girls, middle-American music fans, and even hipsters who would like to think they know better.
In the winter of 1999, a small army of cops, firefighters, and inspectors descended unannounced on the Cooler, the now … More
The Chelsea Hotel made news last month when its board ousted its longtime gatekeeper, Stanley Bard, and replaced Bard family … More
Madonna is not a DJ. But this didn’t matter to the few hundred people who crowded into the West Village … More
The woman onstage is nearly naked. A ravishing redhead with a Rita Hayworth hairdo, she has porcelain-perfect skin and a … More
Even though the “electronica” big bang went boom a couple of years ago, dance music enthusiasts managed to win a … More
Before he killed himself, Kurt Cobain killed the rock star. With “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Cobain ushered in a wave … More
Making mix tapes used to be an all-consuming passion. Spending hours, days, and nights wading through records, compiling, adding, subtracting, … More
The crowd at Kitsch Inn, a weekly party held every Friday at True, looks like it’s in various stages of … More