Night Fever is back this Saturday, December 13th, celebrating our “Last Dance” of an epic 2014. Come dance off some of that holiday cheer with music by Occupy The Disco: our deep house, disco, and techno will keep you warm all night at Louie and Chan’s sexy basement dance club. We’re turning up the heat and bringing the beats – just come with a friendly attitude and a curiosity to experience new sounds. As always, there’s no line, no cover and no fuss. See you all on the dance floor.
Do you believe in magic? We sure hope you do and we’re calling on the gays to occupy Output on November 5th for The Magician’s annual trip to NYC. Hot off the heels of his summer release, ‘Sunrise,’ and yet another installment of his prolific Magic Tapes, we’re eager to see what new tricks this maestro has up his sleeve.
Check out the tunes below, and don’t forget to e-mail us if you want to join. We’ll send a message out with a meeting spot to grab drinks before we all head to Ouput together. We hope to see you on the dance floor!
Downtown dancers, fear not: Night Fever is back again on Saturday, November 1st to turn you out again. The intimate dance floor will be pulsing with house and disco jams, inviting all those who love to dance for a fun post-Halloween night. We’re turning up the heat and bringing the beats, all you have to do is come with a friendly attitude and a curiosity to experience new sounds. As always, there’s no line, no cover and no fuss. See you all on the dance floor.
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A very special edition of The Bunker & Wrecked is upon us this upcoming Saturday, October 18 at Output/The Panther Room, featuring many talented artists. On the main floor at Output, Clark, Ambivalent, Mike Dehnert, M. Geddes Gengras and Bryan Kasenic hold down the fort on the techno side of the party. At The Panther Room, leave it to the amazing DJ, singer, songwriter and producer Virginia to headline the decks, supported by Wrecked and OXD’s very own Tad Haes doing the opening set.
Virginia’s performances combine the usual live mixing technique with spontaneous vocals as she adds her own voice on-the-go to some of the tracks, creating a unique experience. As a singer, she’s become known for collaborations with the likes of Steffi on the 2011 hit ‘Yours,’ as well as Steve Bug, Tom Novy and more. Check out her latest mix for Bicep’s radio show and get in the mood for Saturday.
Jennifer Hudson won the hearts of the gay community (and an Academy Award) with 2006’s ‘Dreamgirls,’ playing underdog Effie White. Her first two solo albums following the movie, Jennifer Hudson and I Remember Me, showcased her vocals in a more subdued, traditional R&B environment. Her most recent album release, JHud, has taken the singer in a a new direction with something new to add to her repertoire: dance music diva.
I’ve always felt there’s been an element to Jennifer Hudson’s talent that’s been untapped; with the smooth disco and funk-inspired sounds of her new album JHud, it feels as thought that missed potential has finally been fulfilled. Jennifer hit the studio after finishing JHud with rising star producers Gorgon City for a track for their debut album, Sirens, out this past week. The production itself is catchy, although fairly similar to the likes of Duke Dumont and Disclosure. The real star of this song is Jennifer’s voice; her vocals shine brightly on this house track, reminiscent of other great house vocalists like Martha Wash and Robert Owens. Bonus fact: this track was co-written by another rising star, Kiesza.
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