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Indoors at Nowadays is free for all except on Friday and Saturday nights after 10pm and on Sunday evenings after 6pm, when we charge a cover for parties and listening sessions. If you're interested in private rentals or reservations, or if you ever have a question about how our plans might affect your plans, just drop us a line at cyn.s1519487568yadaw1519487568on@ol1519487568leh1519487568. See ya soon!


Sunday, February 25

Planetarium with Josh Dunn and Simon Gabriel DJing All Night

Planetarium is an immersive hi-fi listening session.

We clear the floor between our custom speakers, so you can bring pillows, blankets, sleeping bags or anything else you like to get comfortable. Lie on the floor, stretch out on the couch, and get lost in music.

Records are woven together from across the spectrum – new classical, electronic music, pre-war blues, new age, ambient, psychedelic rock, jazz, field recordings and beyond – and there are often live performances to augment the experience. This evening, we have Planetarium resident Josh Dunn at the turntables. We’ll also hear a rare set from Simon Gabriel, proprietor of 2 Bridges Music Arts, which has quickly established itself as New York’s premier source for avant garde, electronic, and outernational sounds that are difficult or impossible to find outside its well-hidden location in Chinatown.

Drinks and food are available at the bar and kitchen. We have all the creature comforts that you might otherwise need inside so you never have to leave the bubble we’re creating. The event runs from 6pm to 11pm.

An important note: the night works best when everyone keeps their voice down. When you’re inside the speakers, remain silent, and when you’re outside of the main speaker area, please make sure you’re quiet enough that only the person you’re talking to can hear you.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

6p – 11p / $20 / advance tickets are a good idea


Thursday, March 1
Danny Krivit All Night

After an incredible party in December, Danny Krivit is back at the ‘days. Over the past four and a half decades, Danny has made invaluable contributions to New York’s dance culture both behind the decks (Body and Soul, 718 Sessions) and the boards (edits, edits and more edits). He starts at 8pm during dinner, and then we clear the tables and the space ship takes off. Who knows when it will land… We’re thrilled to welcome him back for another all-nighter.

8p – late / free


Friday, March 2
Volvox and DJ Bone

DJ Bone is fiercely dedicated to his craft. He’s a highly technical DJ, a prolific producer and the boss of the Subject Detroit and Encounter labels. In short, he’s a Detroit legend. Joining him for the night is New York–based techno selector Volvox. Volvox is one of the minds behind the record label and party Jack Dept. NYC and a resident of the after hours bacchanal Unter. She has a flair for visceral, acidic sounds. Rest up: neither will let you get far from the dance floor.

10p – 6a / $15 before midnight with RSVP / $15 early bird / $20 otherwise / advance tickets


Saturday, March 3
Allergy Season: Beta Librae, Physical Therapy and Flørist

After an amazing night with Physical Therapy and Umfang, Allergy Season is back for round two at the ‘days. This time, Daniel PT is playing alongside Flørist and Beta Librae. Flørist is a Vancouver producer with a knack for crafting dreamy house tracks and serving up sets that traverse disco, classic house and techno. Brooklyn-via-Kansas producer Bailey Hoffman creates surreal-yet-beguiling house and ambient tracks as Beta Librae. Allergy Season label boss Physical Therapy is a producer and DJ who wields a colorful palette of club sounds, including tropical techno, house and jungle. They come together for a night of no-holds-barred dance music.

10p – 6a / free before midnight with RSVP /  $15 early bird / $20 in advance and at the door / advance tickets


Sunday, March 4
Planetarium with Eamon Harkin DJing and Todd Sines Playing Live

Planetarium is an immersive hi-fi listening session.

We clear the floor between our custom speakers, so you can bring pillows, blankets, sleeping bags or anything else you like to get comfortable. Lie on the floor, stretch out on the couch, and get lost in music.

Records are woven together from across the spectrum – new classical, electronic music, pre-war blues, new age, ambient, psychedelic rock, jazz, field recordings and beyond – and there are often live performances to augment the experience. This evening’s Planetarium sees Eamon Harkin at the turntables and Todd Sines performing live throughout. A former student of Stockhausen protege Dr. Thomas Wells, Todd’s a master of modular synthesis and a lover of all things analogue. Over the past three decades, he’s turned out a diverse set of experimental tunes spanning minimal techno, house, industrial and post-punk. Tonight he’ll man a modular rig that includes pieces he built himself.

Drinks and food are available at the bar and kitchen. We have all the creature comforts that you might otherwise need inside so you never have to leave the bubble we’re creating. The event runs from 6pm to 11pm.

An important note: the night works best when everyone keeps their voice down. When you’re inside the speakers, remain silent, and when you’re outside of the main speaker area, please make sure you’re quiet enough that only the person you’re talking to can hear you.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

6p – 11p / $20 / advance tickets are a good idea


Thursday, March 8
Nightscape: Skulptor, The Duchess and Cry Baby

Skulptor is sound artist and producer Ana Roman. Ana is a classically trained pianist who uses drum machines, vocal pedals and harmonizers to create everything from ghettotech to proto-pop. As Skulptor, she incorporates solfeggio and wingbeat frequencies into her compositions. Skulptor will have its first release this summer on Chicago’s legendary industrial-ambient-techno-house label, Mathematics Recordings. Ana will do a mix of DJing and live performance tonight. The Duchess is a London-born, Brooklyn-based DJ. She hosts a monthly party in Brooklyn, and radio show on waxx.fm, both with the same name: Spiritual | Mental | Physical. Her practice is of a highly emotional and spiritual nature resulting in sets that are unbound by genre — inclusive and energizing, raw and honest. Cry Baby originally hails from Florida, but has called Brooklyn home for the better part of a decade. In addition to being a DJ and producer, she’s the founder of FM Elle, a female-driven record label, collective and event series that highlights and empowers underrepresented female artists. They’ll start things off at 8pm during dinner, then we’ll clear the tables away and follow them into a labyrinth of house, techno and more.

8p – 2a / free


Friday, March 9
Powerhouse with Sean B and Tad Haes

Sean B has been DJing in New York for over 20 years, serenading dance floors in some of the city’s most esteemed clubs and, as one of the minds behind Spank and Xanadude, some of its best lofts, too. Tad Haes’ love affair with nightlife goes back to his teenage years in Brazil. In 2009, he relocated to NYC and co-founded Occupy the Disco soon thereafter. He and Sean joined forces a couple years back with visual wizard Deputy to create Powerhouse. The night channeled their shared love of acid house, rave and broken beat into a party that is “positively queer and 100% for the dancers.” Get ready to leave it all on the floor tonight.

10p – 4a / bar until 4a, dance until it’s done / free before midnight with RSVP / $10 early birds / $15 in advance and at the door / advance tickets


Saturday, March 10
Anthony Naples and Huerco S.

Anthony Naples is a Mister party regular and an excellent DJ and producer with early releases on our very own Mister Saturday Night Records. Sharing the night is Huerco S., a fellow Brooklyn-based producer with a talent for crafting rich ambient soundscapes (check his captivating LP, For Those of You Who Have Never (And Also Those Who Have)) and heady house jams. Tonight they set their sights on the Nowadays floor to deliver dance cuts from across the spectrum.

10p – 4a / bar until 4a, dance until it’s done / free before midnight with RSVP / $15 early birds / $20 in advance and at the door / advance tickets


Sunday, March 11
Planetarium with Josh Dunn and Justin Carter DJing and Professor Genius Playing Live

Planetarium is an immersive hi-fi listening session.

We clear the floor between our custom speakers, so you can bring pillows, blankets, sleeping bags or anything else you like to get comfortable. Lie on the floor, stretch out on the couch, and get lost in music.

Records are woven together from across the spectrum – new classical, electronic music, pre-war blues, new age, ambient, psychedelic rock, jazz, field recordings and beyond – and there are often live performances to augment the experience. This evening’s Planetarium sees Josh Dunn and Justin Carter at the turntables and Professor Genius performing live throughout. Professor Genius is Jorge Velez, a New Jersey–based producer with several projects under his belt (Bim Marx, Bridge & Tunnel Kids, J Velez, Duermo) who is as adept at crafting warm analog dance tracks as he is cinematic, sci-fi-tinged soundscapes.

Drinks and food are available from the bar and kitchen. We have all the creature comforts that you might otherwise need inside so you never have to leave the bubble we’re creating. The event runs from 6pm to 11pm.

An important note: the night works best when everyone keeps their voice down. When you’re inside the speakers, remain silent, and when you’re outside of the main speaker area, please make sure you’re quiet enough that only the person you’re talking to can hear you.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

6p – 11p / $20 / advance tickets are a good idea


Thursday, March 15
Annual House Coalition Fundraiser Party

If you’ve been to New York’s annual Dance Parade, chances are you know House Coalition. At 500 strong, the group is one of the parade’s largest — and most energetic. We’re thrilled to host the crew’s annual fundraiser at our house. Ali Coleman, Douglas Sherman and Loft Kid Luis will be at the controls. Ali is a New Jersey native with nearly four decades of DJing under his belt; Doug is a disciple of David Mancuso and a core member of The Loft family; and Loft Kid Luis is Luis Vargas, the founder of House Coalition and another longtime Loft devotee (he got his moniker at age five, when his mother brought him to The Loft and introduced him to David Mancuso). They’ll kick things off at 8pm during dinner, and then we’ll clear the tables away for a night of great music and even better vibes.

8p – 2a / free


Friday, March 16
Aurora Halal and Kassem Mosse

After a fantastic all-night set in January, Aurora Halal is back at the ‘days. Aurora is the person behind the Sustain-Release gathering and the Mutual Dreaming party, as well as a fantastic DJ and producer with an ear for dark, psychedelic techno. This time, she shares the night with Gunnar Wendel, aka Kassem Mosse. Gunnar has worked under many names over the past decade — Paid Reach, Seltene Erden, the Siege of Troy, his actual name — releasing tracks that range from unhurried house and techno incantations to scattered, footwork-esque beats. He plays an hour-long live set tonight, to round out a night of absorbing dance tunes.

10p – 6a / bar until 4a, dance until it ends / $15 before midnight with RSVP / $15 early birds / $20 in advance and at the door / advance tickets


Saturday, March 17
Mister Saturday Night: Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin

Mister Saturday Night is a party that Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin have been throwing for almost ten years — an eon in New York nightlife. Over that decade, MSN has become a hub for a dedicated family of dancers, who bring an energy to the party that make it feel more like a family gathering than a night out. Eamon and Justin return to Nowadays this evening on the heels of a tour in Australia. Whenever the guys go abroad, it means two things — a precision that comes from working the road for a couple weeks and lots of new goodies in their record bags. They’re excited to share them, and we’re excited to hear ’em.

10p – 4a / bar until 4a, dance until it’s done / $15 before midnight with RSVP / $15 early birds / $20 otherwise / advance tickets


Sunday, March 18
Planetarium with Pyron Playing Live

Planetarium is an immersive hi-fi listening session.

We clear the floor between our custom speakers, so you can bring pillows, blankets, sleeping bags or anything else you like to get comfortable. Lie on the floor, stretch out on the couch, and get lost in music.

Records are woven together from across the spectrum — new classical, electronic music, pre-war blues, new age, ambient, psychedelic rock, jazz, field recordings and beyond — and there are often live performances to augment the experience. For this edition, we have Pyron performing live throughout. Jennifer Pyron is a classically trained opera singer and experimental electronic musician. Using found sounds, vocals, spoken word and a KORGMS2000 digital analog modeling synthesizer, she builds improvisational compositions that drift from serene to frenetic and back again.

Drinks and food are available from the bar and kitchen. We have all the creature comforts that you might otherwise need inside so you never have to leave the bubble we’re creating. The event runs from 6pm to 11pm.

An important note: the night works best when everyone keeps their voice down. When you’re inside the speakers, remain silent, and when you’re outside of the main speaker area, please make sure you’re quiet enough that only the person you’re talking to can hear you.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

6p – 11p / $20 / advance tickets are a good idea


Thursday, March 22
Will DiMaggio and DJ Nicely

Will DiMaggio is a Queens-based selector and producer, one half of the DJ duo Sweet & Low and a member of the Superior Elevation Records staff. He released an excellent single-sided 12″ on Future Times a little while back, and he’s got an LP due out on the label soon. DJ Nicely is a third grade teacher by day and one-fourth of the DJ collective Working Women by night. They’ll kick things off at 8pm during dinner, then we’ll clear the tables away and turn them loose. Both tend toward expansive, adventurous sets, so come ready to cover some ground.

8p -2a / free



Saturday, March 24
Working Women All Night

NYC-based collective Working Women — DJ Ashlyn, DJ Voices, DJ Nina and DJ Nicely — have played every month since we opened Indoors at Nowadays. Each time, they’ve hosted a guest, but tonight they play for the whole night. We’re excited to hear them stretch out even more than usual. Expect all kinds of tunes, from new wave to digital dub, and expect it to be deeeeeeeep.

10p – 4a / free before midnight with RSVP / $10 early birds / $15 in advance and at the door / advance tickets


Sunday, March 25
Planetarium with Barbie Bertisch DJing and Playing Live

Planetarium is an immersive hi-fi listening session.

We clear the floor between our custom speakers, so you can bring pillows, blankets, sleeping bags or anything else you like to get comfortable. Lie on the floor, stretch out on the couch, and get lost in music.

Records are woven together from across the spectrum – new classical, electronic music, pre-war blues, new age, ambient, psychedelic rock, jazz, field recordings and beyond – and there are often live performances to augment the experience. This evening Barbie Bertisch will be steering the ship. Barbie is a Brooklyn-based selector who co-edits one our favorite music zines, Love Injection. In a personal journey to get ‘closer’ to music, she’s trying out a new experiment. In her words, “I’m making an effort to translate emotions into sounds, weaving a sonic journey that includes my favorite songs, a bass guitar, some pedals and even pre-recorded original pieces no one’s ever heard before.” We can’t wait to experience the results.

Drinks and food are available at the bar and kitchen. We have all the creature comforts that you might otherwise need inside so you never have to leave the bubble we’re creating. The event runs from 6pm to 11pm.

An important note: the night works best when everyone keeps their voice down. When you’re inside the speakers, remain silent, and when you’re outside of the main speaker area, please make sure you’re quiet enough that only the person you’re talking to can hear you.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

6p – 11p / $20 / advance tickets


Thursday, March 29
Yuki, Monchan, Moon and Butter

If you’ve flipped through the stacks at A1 Records, you likely know Yuki and Monchan. They have a passion for music that manifests in truly astonishing levels of knowledge (as evidenced by Monchan’s appearance on Beats in Space last November). Tonight they’ll unleash their carefully put together crates alongside two fellow music obsessives: The Mixtape Shop‘s Butter and variousartists.club curator Moon.

8p – 2a / free