Arts & Culture
National Poetry Month (NaPoMo) celebrates a different type of Underground art form. 30 days and 30 ways to expand your horizons and understanding of Poetry
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s has a new employee of sorts, DJ Spooky. Wait, what? Yeah, you heard correctly, the DJ wizard is playing at the Met!
Earlier this year, Resident Advisor ventured abroad exploring South Africa’s influential House music scene. See, how the deeper side of House reaches beyond clubland circles and over-the-top megafests.
Ever wonder what happened to reel-to-reel tape recorders? There’s no denying the “warmth” of analog production. Dave Grohl felt so strongly about it he spearheaded a cinematic cause salvaging a key component of Americana’s rock history.
You win a Grammy, dj around the world and wotk with the top artists of the day. Obviously, the next logical step means making “heart-hands” at weddings and doing the “Y.M.C.A.,” right?
New York’s a tough city in more ways than one, evident in the resilient residents including much of NYC’s underground arts community recovering from Hurricane Sandy and another Nor’easter. Yes, Club Kids really care in the city that never sleeps.
For many, going to a party is about letting loose, while art show’s are tradionally a more reserved environment. What do you get when you mix the two together and add some paint? Liberation, and birthday suits!
The 2012 New York Dance Parade starts at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 19. Learn more about this awesome cultural event here!
Electronic music as you know is mainstream now; as a result festivals and related conferences are seeing increased attendance and new ones are popping up all the time. Ultra Music Co-Founder Alex Omes set to debut a new conference called UR1 which is aiming to be a bit different.
Real DJ Fake DJ battle heats up when DJ Sneak calls out Swedish House Mafia for being “DJ actors”. WTF? This nonsense has got to stop.