house of yes
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, the nightlife industry is talking about the ways they deal with misconduct on the dancefloor.
It's not that hard, really.
The trio discuss making music, NYC club life, and recording albums. Plus a 45-minute guest mix from Eli himself.
Ketamine zombies dancing to "Thriller," a musical ode to key bumps, and other jokes made the Brooklyn play at House of Yes a surprise hit.
It's "an immersive, participatory, psychoactive and dissociative spectacle," according to the venue.
House Of Yes has been devastated by two closures in nine years, but co-founders Kae and Anya are ready to go legit—while keeping it weird.