"Andy seemed to be floating through space. He had this magical energy and looked like nobody else."
Ian Schrager's Public Hotel opened this summer on the Lower East Side. The innovative hotelier sits down for an interview with GARAGE.
Nicky Siano recalls how the fledging club struggled to fill its dancefloor despite a fabulous opening night.
The Studio 54 legend also shared a short story about the time he almost pushed Diana Ross off a balcony.
In the 70s, Americans celebrated promiscuity. Today, it terrifies us—and we may never unlearn that fear.
He also doesn't understand why his music was so popular in discotheques.
Nicky Siano, an early resident DJ of Studio 54, recalls the origins of the club and its most infamous photograph.
A new photo book charts the rise and fall of disco as a crucial moment in history, and the impact the movement had on New York clubland.
Komapkt's Danish dude walks us through an imaginary club that sounds like heaven and only serves champagne.
This represented a different era of New York nightlife--one where clubbers of all races, genders, and sexual identities mixed freely on the dancefloor.
Nicky Siano wasn't just present at the creation of dance music. He was the creation.
The UK rave legend breaks down how an odd encounter with David Byrne led to the creation of a glitzy musical about party girl and shoe-loving Filipino First Lady Imelda Marcos.