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.
Former Dash Berlin Frontman Jeffrey Sutorius Announces Solo Project
Former Dash Berlin frontman Jeffrey Sutorius has announced his return to music after separating from the popular trance group. Beginning in October, he’ll be making music and performing under his own name.
The DJ cites “mismanagement” as the reason for leaving Dash Berlin and its fellow members, Eelke Kalberg, Sebastiaan Molijn and Erick van der Kleij. The group first formed in 2007, and Sutorius officially split in June 2018.
“The fans and promoters have supported me enormously throughout the years. In the past few months, I have received many heartwarming words of support and encouragement. I’m really looking forward to performing again and making new memories,” Sutorius says in a statement.
“Music is my life and various events in the past year have inspired me to come up with new ideas. I can’t wait to share new music with my fans!”
Stay tuned for the release date for new music from Jeffrey Sutorius.
XXXTentacion's Team Speaks Out On His Death, Fans In LA Borderline Riot In The Street
The music industry is still in shock over the unexpected passing of XXXTentacion. The rapper was shot and killed in broad daylight on Monday in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
XXX’s camp is now speaking out in an official statement:
On June 18, 2018, Jahseh Onfroy — known worldwide as XXXTentacion — tragically passed away from a gunshot wound in Deerfield, Florida. It is with great sadness that the news is confirmed in this official statement by his team — manager Solomon Sobande, EMPIRE, Bob Celestin, ESQ. and AWK PR.
In deference to his family, friends, and loved ones and in light of further investigation, we ask that their privacy be respected at this time.
XXXTentacion touched the lives of millions around the globe and will forever reside in the hearts of countless fans who listened to his music, attended his concerts, and felt the glove of his uncontainable, undeniable, and unique spirit.
XXX’s team says news about memorial services will follow.
At this time, there’s little that we know, hence the ongoing investigation. The 20-year-old was reportedly shot by two men in a dark SUV while leaving a motorsports store. The suspects fled while witnesses checked his pulse. Videos from the scene went viral. XXX was soon admitted to a local hospital, but soon after was pronounced dead.
Team XXXTentacion Official Statement
AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT REGARDING XXXTENTACION pic.twitter.com/bxMOPx2yTB
— A|K|W PR (@AKWPR) June 19, 2018
Thousands went out last night to Los Angeles’s Melrose/Fairfax area to celebrate the rapper’s life and legacy. The gathering was mostly peaceful, though rambunctious, except for a few standouts who jumped on a bystander’s car and smashed the front windshield.
You can watch a video of the gathering below.
— No Jumper (@nojumper) June 20, 2018