This event was postponed in December due to bad weather, but tonight at the Hudson in NYC, it's on. Giant Step and Objektivity are proud to announce the party hosted by DJs Dennis Ferrer, The Martinez Brothers & Jovonn. Don't miss the first Hudson party of 2011 - get your RSVP in now!
Hi there 80s teenagers, tonight is the night. Get dolled up in your prettiest chiffon garb and get ready to sweat that side pony tail off! The Film Society of Lincoln Center's John Hughes Tribute has been going on all weekend with films showing at Lincoln Center and discussions taking place with the cast and other filmmakers. Giant Step is proud to be co-presenting the exclusive After-Party tonight, September 20th, at Good Units at Hudson, with DJs Ivan Pavlovich and David Prince. Doors open at 9pm so hurry up and RSVP before we close the list in a few hours.
It's back! That's right folks, the Giant Step Hudson Series is back in action and we are doing it bigger and badder than ever. We have relocated to a bigger space, downstairs at the brand new Good Units at Hudson. We are doing this once a month now so you know it will be legendary in style. Kicking off the series this year is none other than our friend Danny Krivit, on Monday, September 27th. Doors open at 8pm and as always entrance is free but strictly RSVP only.
Listen to the New York legend talk about the art of the edit below. His latest release Edits By Mr. K Vol. 2 is out on Strut Records today, so make sure you snag yourself a copy.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Giant Step celebrate the life of filmmaker John Hughes during the 25th anniversary of the classic 80's film The Breakfast Club. Following a special screening, with discussion led by director Kevin Smith on Monday, September 20th, Giant Step invites you to the exclusive After-Party at Good Units at Hudson, with guest DJs Ivan Pavlovich and David Prince. Entrance is free but strictly RSVP only.
Photos: Giant Step, Less Artists More Condos and Erykah Badu present New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh Album ReleaseMarch 29th, 2010
Erykah Badu's performance this weekend was live. Her medley of hits and fan favorites was a perfect set-up for the new album, which has been called a musical return to the personal love songs and organic sound of 1997's Baduizm. The new album, New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh comes out tomorrow. Pre-order here.