Just outside of Manhattan and its glamorous nightlife, Brooklyn, New York has emerged as the capital of afterhours parties and late night/early morning DJ sets. While the Big Apple is known to bring some of the biggest names in dance to its world renown night clubs, Brooklyn appeals to the darker shade of dance, hosting deep house and techno events that have become all the talk even above ground. In 2012, the premiere venue had been SRB — located in Gowanus, Brooklyn — a warehouse-turned-rave grounds infamous for booking underground all-stars and its Verboten-branded affairs.
The calendar has flipped over to 2013 and SRB may be dethroned as Brooklyn’s most coveted late night escape. It has been reported that a new nightclub, Output, will be opening in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn — set to occupy the increasingly popular Wythe Avenue. Read below the break for more about Output and the blossoming Brooklyn dance scene.
Williamsburg has been the latest section of Brooklyn to noticeably transform — especially in the realm of lifestyle. With hot attractions popping up left and right, a new, younger crowd has taken to Williamsburg, and Wythe Avenue has become the place to be outside of Manhattan. Opening up down the street from the Wythe Hotel, Output is set to become the booming area’s next club to fit in with hot spots such as The Ides and Kinfolk Studios.
Ready to establish itself as a destination for house lovers and dance addicts, Output has booked a Bunker party for February 22nd, 2013. Bunker has been a monthly techno event that has been hosted by Williamsburg’s Public Assembly since 2007. If Output becomes the new home to Bunker’s events — in a relationship comparable to SRB and Verboten — more parties would be due to follow suit, and Output would instantly become one of the most highly demanded venues for the less mainstream scene.
Output will be one of two leases to occupy the 11,424-square-foot building at 74 Wythe Avenue and will include a restaurant and rooftop space with a total capacity of 452-persons.