Dec 03, 2013
Verboten NY Announces NYE Itinerary
Maya Jane Coles - No Stick (Original Mix) [I/AM/ME]
Lee Burridge, Matthew Dekay - Holding On (Dub) [All Day I Dream]
Eats Everything, Catz N' Dogz - Where House (Original Mix) [Pets]

There’s simply no better way to ring in 2014 than joining New York’s premier underground nightlife proprietors, Verboten, as they host one of the city’s most extravagant New Year’s celebrations to date.

Upholding their longstanding reputation for top-notch lineup selections, Verboten’s festive evening bills the renowned deep house sorceress Maya Jane Coles, for what is guaranteed to be a breathtaking midnight countdown set. Ever since her memorable headlining performance at the open-air StageONE gathering back in July, the British bombshell has remained a Verboten favorite throughout the cold-weather season.

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Another UK underground mainstay, Bristol-based Dirtybird affiliate Eats Everything also constitutes an exquisite addition to the New Year’s Eve roster–supplying his hefty assortment of booty-shakin’ bass bombs for the more up-tempo crowds. Albeit Verboten has shared warm relations with the American ghetto-tech label for several years now, their team has yet to welcome Daniel Pierce to their ongoing Dirtybird quarterly series.

Responsible for ferrying elated partygoers through the flagrant early morning hours, LA/Brooklyn’s widely demanded All Day I Dream crew will later commandeer the decks, featuring an extended musical daydream from the label’s head honcho himself, Lee Burridge. Backed by recent label signees Maher Daniel and Gab Rhome, the All Day I Dream squad convenes upon New York to welcome 2014 with their ambient melodies.

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Last but certainly not least, the Brooklyn-centered Trouble & Bass ensemble (DKDS and Starry Eyes) rounds out the New Year’s Eve draft picks-–keeping the night’s soundtrack well diversified.

While the party’s location details may be kept under wraps for the next couple weeks, Verboten’s loyal followers entrust that the affair will find its proper home in due time (hopefully one of Brooklyn’s signature warehouse venues). Regardless of the setting, however, the seasoned event-coordinators will surely optimize the space, as always, with their colossal sound and lighting installations.

Presale tickets are currently on sale right here at Resident Advisor, so snatch them up before they’re long gone.

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