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6 at Spring St.; J, Z at Bowery; F at Second Ave.; B, D at Grand St.
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A rotating cast of house and pop D.J.'s provide the beats at this monthly party for sceney lesbians who look like they've stepped out of The L Word. At the end of a maze of hallways, the front room pulses with deep house and remixes of pop favorites from Fergie, Swiss Beatz, JT, and essential Sade (“Hang on to Your Love”). In the swank back room, white leather banquets attract those wanting bottle service and good sight lines: lingerie-clad pole dancers make their first appearance around midnight.
For one night, though, you could be forgiven for mixing up the two. Ennio Morricone, the genius behind the best spaghetti western music ever composed will unite rock snobs, cineastes, Italophiles, and maybe even a few classical music aficionados when he takes baton in hand to lead a full orchestra through his sulfurous repertoire. More »