New Yorkers: Looking for something to do TONIGHT that's all thriller, no filler?
Try the double-biller of Webster's October calendar: The Klaxons, plus a late-night
dance bacchanal that features legendary Welsh dj Sasha and his new London cohorts,
production duo Spooky.
New Yorkers are lucky to catch the Klaxons' last US date before heading back over the
pond to the land that, just last month, awarded them the internationally prestigious
Nationwide Mercury Prize for 2007. Past winners have included otherworldly expat
Antony and the Johnsons, and Arctic Monkeys, who found themselves nominated again
Show up by 8pm and you'll most likely be in time to catch the openers, billed as "Special
Surprise Guest". Ok, intriguing...
Meanwhile, late night revelers will shake it to the sounds of Sasha. You'll recognize the
name from Sasha and Digweed fame. They've recently collaborated in the studio with
interesting new production duo from London, Spooky. Tonight marks their first-ever
show together in New York, and they'll celebrate the release of the fruit of their
collaboration, the new double disc "Open."
See you there. Yeah, that's me up front with the camera, so say hello.