This week’s list of freshly curated tunes is packed with soulful house, a warehouse anthem, introspective experimental bass, and more.
Just a few blocks uptown from the street named after him, The Knockturnal gathered among members of the Film at Lincoln Center club on a cloudy July evening to see an advance screening of Ailey, the new documentary on the life of renowned NYC dance visionary Alvin Ailey during the 60th year of his dance company.
Combat the Monday Blues with some of our favorite recent releases, including new tunes from Chris Malinchak, Model Man, Liquid Stranger, and more.
This week, we’ve got some of the hottest recent electronic releases & some info about one of the most anticipated dance music events of the summer. Check it out now!
Exclusive: ‘In The Heights’ Dancer Leo Moctezuma Talks Auditioning For Movie, Choreographing Usher’s Vegas Show
The highly anticipated movie adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical “In the Heights,” directed by Jon M. Chu, is continuing to reach new heights as fans are still buzzing about the film’s success.
After an absolutely slammed new music Friday, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite new electronic releases for you to check out.
The duo’s forthcoming EP is out June 18th via Endless Summer.
We’re back with some of our favorite releases of the month. Stream new tunes from Kwesi Arthur, Lopezhouse, Esseks, and more.
On a warm evening marking New York City’s approach to a rejuvenating post-pandemic summer, internationally recognized dancer and choreographer LaTasha Barnes led an ensemble through an exploration of jazz dance. A fusion of improv and arrangement, the thirty minute program ran as part of Works & Process, the art performance series commissioned in-person at the Guggenheim museum through June.
The Dancers of the Met are an independent collective of dancers from the Metropolitan Opera, born out of the need to remain connected to their craft through the pandemic.