New York Clubs, click here.)
(For New Jersey Clubs, click here.)
websites just give you the promoters hype. Promoters will tell you
that their duran duran/goth night is the most Industrial night in
the world. Here I try to give you actual reviews from someone who
doesn't work at any of these clubs, someone with an Industrial point
of view. Granted opinions are like a**holes, everybody's got one...
is no more Dark Carnival. Dark Carnival was one of the best nights
within 100 miles that we've had in years, but it's no more. At current
Connecticut has Bound in Hartford +
- Thursdays At Gotham Citi New Haven, CT. Music is less than 50
percent Industrial. But it's all that connecticut's got to do on
a thursday. The music is largely synth pop, ebm and pop-industrial..
Residents - DJ Seraphym and The AntiDJ
Fritz <email@example.com> had this to say about flux:
"... From 11-12 it was not industrial.
Basically it was the Ian FFord whino experience. New Order, Depeche
Mode...and goth etc. But then the second hour was more industrial
related music with songs from Funker Vogt, VNV Nation, and Skinny
Puppy to name a few that I recognized. I have no idea when it opens
or what the earlier part of the night is like.... The women there
are hotter then in NYC and the sound was fine....Flux was refreshing
There's was a monthly sunday night at Alley Cat in New Haven. I
don't know if it's still there.
you are club promoter be aware that I am forgiving of clubs I didn't
pay to get into.