BREAKING: Legendary NYC Nightclub Output Announced It's Closing In 2019
Following rumors originally of this week, New York nightclub Output has formally revealed that it is going to be completely closing as of January 1, 2019. The closure comes as a shock to many as occasions had been listed as ongoing for subsequent 12 months.
Though, as Output describes of their assertion this morning, the writing has been on the wall “for a while.” It lists “quickly shifting social traits, unfavorable market situations and weakening monetary outlooks” among the many causes for the closure, in addition to “a number of existential challenges.”
Output opened its doorways in 2013 with a mission to carry home and techno to New York City with no fuss. The membership was well-known for its no phone-photography aesthetic and lifelike underground vibes. With its closure, underground genres will seemingly have a tougher time discovering acceptable venues to play within the metropolis.
Compounded with the closure of Webster Hall in 2017, this New York City’s venue choices proceed to dwindle.
Read Output’s official assertion under.
Brilliant or Crazy? This Abandoned Mine Has Been Turned Into A Techno Club
Ravers are super imaginative when it comes to throwing ragers in cool spaces. Most recently, a former-coal mine in Germany’s industrial heartland was transformed into a techno club, and has proven to be the perfect host.
Telekom Electronic Beats and Baka Gaijin teamed up to throw a massive party at a decommissioned coal mine site in North-Rhine Westphalia, known as Essen’s Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex. This wasn’t too long after a similar get-together at Landschaftspark in nearby Duisburg.
With a number of social spaces, museums, a swimming pool and jogging course, Essen’s Zollverein certainly has a lot of character. Baka Gaijin’s Alexis Fallias further explains the appeal of industrial sites like these.
“Both venues, in my opinion, don’t need big headliners because the venue is the headliner. After I picked Ryan Elliot up from the airport, when he saw the venue, he said it reminded him of his hometown in Detroit.”
If you ever get an invite to a shindig like this — go. These pop up techno parties are a rare occurrence.
“I think you can throw a maximum of three or four parties a year there,” says Fallias. “It’s a heritage site and they want to protect it.”
Grand Theft Auto Releases Full In-Game Set From Another Dance Music Legend
Grand Theft Auto Online After Hours are lit!
The Black Madonna just graced the decks with an eclectic mix perfectly designed to get gamers everywhere on the dance floor. She’s not the only one: Solomun, Dixon, and Tale of Us are all part of this virtual club experience developed by Rockstar Games.
Resident DJs are in charge of Los Santos Underground Radio (LS-UR), which comes fully loaded with exclusive mixes from each of the four featured artists. As you can hear below, The Black Madonna turns up the heat for GTA Online: After Hours. Not only is the soundtrack amazing, but the graphics are on point as well.
The Black Madonna is the most recent resident to be made available though game play. With her character unlocked and a full mix out to set the mood, it’s now up to you to keep the party going. Players have the option to set up and run their very own nightclub. Keep the operation running smoothly or go live it up in the VIP section — the choice is yours.
“Global ambassador for all things house, techno and disco, The Black Madonna is bringing the groove to Los Santos this week,” Rockstar Games explains. “Keep an eye out for English Dave’s call, pick her up and bring her back to perform at your nightclub. Access the computer in your nightclub’s office for more information and to rotate between your stable of available resident DJs at any time.”
Check out GTA Online: After Hours here.
RA Live: The Black Madonna live from Los Santos
Police Shutdown Major EDM Club In Seattle, Seize 1,000 Grams of MDMA, Date-Rape Drugs, More
Foundation Nightclub in Seattle has played host to a number of legendary acts as they’ve come through Seattle, with upcoming performances scheduled for the likes of Pegboard Nerds, Cosmic Gate, Valentino Khan, and Claude VonStroke. However, the club and its employees now face jailtime thanks to an undercover operation between the Seattle Police Department and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents in which 12 people were arrested.
The operation began in March of this year when police received reports of drug trafficking within the club. According to the Seattle Police Blotter, “In a series of undercover operations, police purchased cocaine, methamphetamine, MDMA, and GHB inside or near the club. All of the drugs were either purchased from employees at the club, including security, or facilitated by employees or managers of Foundation, who introduced undercover officers to dealers.”
The club also reportedly had “several in-house drug dealers, who were allowed to bypass club security and sell inside the venue.”
At the end of the sting, SPD and HSI “seized 829 grams of cocaine, over 1,000 grams of MDMA, 400 ecstasy pills, 800 Xanax pills, 190 grams of ketamine, 13 grams of DMT, 176 grams of GHB, 1200 Molly capsules, and additional prescription drugs, as well as two handguns and more than $60,000 in cash.”
The club’s liquor license has been suspended, forcing the club to close for the time being.
Foundation Nightclub issued this statement earlier today:
At Least Seventeen Dead After Stampede In Nightclub
A party at a nightclub in Caracas, Venezuela this weekend ended in tragedy as at least seventeen people were killed during a stampede within the club. According to the country’s interior minister, Néstor Reverol, who made a statement on Saturday, it all started when a fight broke out in the nightclub. Somehow, a tear-gas canister was set off during the brawl which caused the ensuing stampede as patrons rushed to exit.
Over 500 people were in the club when this all happened, as they all simultaneously rushed to the exit. Among the dead were eight minors. Many in the club were there to celebrate ahead of their graduation.
Seven people were arrested on suspicion of starting the brawl which led to the stampede; the club owner was also arrested on suspicion of “not checking patrons for weapons.”
This is not the first time that a mass casualty event has occurred in a nightclub in Caracas. The infamous La Guajira fire in 2002 resulted in the death of 50 people after a similar stampede.
According to the NY Times, “Blocking emergency doors or not building them is common in Latin America as a way to ensure customers do not leave without paying the bill.”
Dancing FBI Agent Accidentally Shoots Someone In Denver Nightclub [VIDEO]
Guns and backflips don’t mix — and, unfortunately, that needed to be learned the hard way in this situation.
Apparently an off-duty FBI agent was getting down at a dance club in Denver last night when things went horribly wrong. According to multiple reports, the agent’s gun dislodged during a backflip and accidentally went off when he reached for it. The bullet struck another attendee in the leg.
As you can see in the video below, this guy was really letting loose before his gun fell down to the ground. Just as he grabbed toward the firearm, it went off. What you can’t see is that someone standing nearby took the bullet. Thankfully, that person is said to be in good condition following the incident.
The craziest part is — the FBI agent walks off so nonchalantly. Not such a smooth move.
The nightclub, the identity of the accidental shooter, and the name of the hospital where the victim was treated all remain unidentified by reports at this time. The police investigation is still underway and any charges will be determined by the Denver District Attorney’s Office.
Off-Duty FBI Agent’s Gun Goes Off in Club
WATCH: A person was shot in the leg by accident when an off-duty FBI agent’s gun got dislodged and fell to the floor while he was doing a backflip at a nightclub downtown, Denver Police said in a release.
Posted by 9NEWS (KUSA) on Saturday, June 2, 2018
Pulse Gunman's Widow Noor Salman Acquitted Of Charges Related To Shooting
Noor Salman, the widow Omar Mateen, the man who perpetrated the deadly massacre at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, has been acquitted from charges linking her to her deceased husband's homicidal tirade.
Appearing in court flanked by her legal team, Salman stood anxiously as she awaited the final verdict. She was charged with providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization, as well as obstruction justice in relation to Mateen's 2016 massacre that killed 50 people.
Upon being notified that she was not guilty, Salman and a member her legal team burst into tears. Salman's family members were also in attendance during the court hearing, and were visibly stifled by the verdict. She could be seen whispering "thank you" to her lawyers amid the favourable ruling.
Speaking outside the court, Susan Clary, the spokeswoman for the Salman family, revealed how "we are so grateful to them, so grateful for their verdict. She can go home now and try to pick up the pieces."
Salman's uncle Al boasted that "it's Good Friday for everybody. I want to say thank you, Lord." The family has also expressed their sincerest sympathies to those involved in the shooting, but were elated at the outcome the trial.
The jurors have been deliberating since Wednesday as to whether or not Salman was guilty the charges pinned against her.
British F**kery: Man Denied Access To Nightclub Because Of Turban
In the audio clip below, a student in Mansfield, England tells BBC about being asked to leave a club because his turban violated their “no headwear” policy.
The security member has been suspended.
Nightclub Shut Down For Violating Dancing & Drinking Regulations
Dancing doesn’t seem out the ordinary inside a nightclub, but one in Tokyo called Aoyama Hachi was recently shut for allowing patrons to dance through the night.
The establishment was violating the Law Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses, also known as the country’s “no dancing law.” Tokyo Metropolitan Police reportedly arrested three people for allowing the dance party to go on the way it was — the main issues being its organized dance floor space wasn’t up to par and alcohol was illegally being served.
revealed the club’s manager, assistant manager, and one other person in connection were arrested. Police said they had been warned previously the violations, but failed to comply.
This was the first bust connected to the Law Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses, according to . Under the law, dance clubs can operate until 5 am, but aren’t to serve alcohol like at Aoyama Hachi. There are also specific dance floor requirements including “floor space be at least 33 square meters” and “at least 10 lumens per square meter,” roughly as bright as a lit city street.
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