Twig the Wonderkid, named "Best Rock 'n' Roll DJ" in our 2009 Nightlife Awards Issue spins electro, disco, new wave, rawk and indie alongside DJ Bastard on the ground floor.
False Aristocracy's Lena Marquise and Frances Eugenia host alongside DJs Mike Dextro, Proper Villains and Alexander Bassett a dance party gone arty; performances by Mademoiselle Lena and Mary Cyn blend with custom visuals by Myles Blake and Brian O'Blivion. Check falsearistocracy.com for details.
Different guest hosts each week join DJs Micprobes, Dimitry!!! and Dances with Girls on the lower level to throw a themed party, complete with drink specials, champagne and an eclectic mix of electro and party jams. Check myspace.com/six_six_sick or 66sickparty.blogspot.com for more info.
"All Black Everything looks like leather jackets, Beatle boots and black t-shirts. All Black Everything sounds like Led Zeppelin, Joy Division, Alice Cooper, the Chromatics, the Black Keys, the Roots, the White Stripes and Prince." In other words, black dress is encouraged. So is dancing. DJs Johnsville, Roofeeo and Marcos Udagawa host a rock 'n' roll-inspired evening that makes that last part easy.
DJs Krunk Pony, Robbie Loggia and eck$ get your money maker moving with a mix of disco, funk, house, breakbeat, electro and hip-hop. Drink specials aid this process, as do the 70s movie visuals. It all goes down every Thursday in the basement.
DJ Don S spins Latin, House, Funk, Soul, Reggae, Hip Hop, and Classics - keeping the packed house gyrating all night long. General info: 7pm-4am, $5 cover after 10pm, weekly drink specials. $5 cover after 10PM