New Manhattan club MUSICA NYC reveals autumn line-ups

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New York’s newest music offering MUSICA NYC has unveiled its next line-ups ahead of the autumn/winter season.

The new club — which first opened in May this year — takes on the winter club season with a long list of names from all over the world, including Marco Carola, Ilario Alicante, Oscar G, and many more.

MUSICA’s new program kicked off last weekend on Saturday, October 15, headlined by resident DJ Vanjee at the club’s latest party series EXTRAVAGANZA.

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Elsewhere, MUSICA also introduces another new party, SPIRIT, a techno-focused event happening each month with some of the most “in-demand” acts in an intimate space.

“Spirit is an experience that surrounds you, a combination of the esoteric world and technology that envelops you and is amplified by electronic music and international DJs,” MUSICA announced on Instagram.

Based in Midtown Manhattan on West 50th St, MUSICA is now the island’s largest club at an enormous 25,000 sq. ft across three floors. The club also features a lounge named ‘The Whisper Room’ and an open-air rooftop.

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The club first debuted in Italy before moving across the pond, launched by Giuseppe Cipriani and Tito Pinton. “We have been overwhelmed by the response to Musica in Italy and are so grateful that our service and entertainment is resonating so strongly with locals, celebrities, and industry elite alike,” Pinton said ahead of the club’s initial opening.

MUSICA’s next event takes place this weekend on Saturday, October 22, with Madrid-based DJ Chus. Find out more about the new NYC nightclub here, and find upcoming events below.

MUSICA NYC fall calendar:

October 15: Vanjee
October 22: Chus
October 31: Marco Carola
November 10: Ilario Alicante (SPIRIT)
November 12: Oscar G (Birthday Celebration)

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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