Sister City, In Partnership with Microsoft, Announces New Generative Music Lobby Score Created by Experimental Musician Julianna Barwick

Sister City, a new hotel in NYC that embraces technology to offer guests a modern respite, debuts a first-of-its-kind lobby music score. Sister City’s goal was to completely rethink how sound can be specifically designed for public spaces by responding directly to the environment it lives in. Instead of a set playlist, this idea expands the possibilities of audiospheres and conceived an idea borne from Sister City’s experiential design, use of technology and love of harmony and balance. Sister City looked to Brian Eno’s Music For Airports and John Cage’s concept for “4’33”” as touch points for these conversations.

The hotel worked with Microsoft to help with the project and together brought in indie electronic musician Julianna Barwick to collaborate on a generative music score that exists as an extension of the hotel instead of an added layer.

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elrow Indoor Festival Announces NYC Date

One of the biggest indoor festivals for 2019, elrow, just announced that it will continue its New York residency in 2019 and announces the festival will take place on February 23 at Avant Gardner. Excitingly enough, this winter fiesta, elrow expands into 2 rooms, with over 10 hours of music, featuring more artists. Continue Reading →


Women’s Fall Fashion Week kicks off in New York on February 9th. FASHIONWEEKONLINE.COM will have live streams of all the shows plus the different cities on their site starting the first day of Fashion Week. Fashionista’s can click here to access the FASHIONWEEKONLINE.COM’s live stream and to check out their schedule of Fashion Week click here. Continue Reading →

Givenchy Opening to Public for New York Show

GivenchyWhile doing my daily scan of fashion news on I found this article on; I’m now jealous I do not live in NYC especially during Fashion Week!

Per when Riccardo Tisci shows his Givenchy collection in New York on Sept. 11, members of the general public will make up a huge portion of his audience. Twelve hundred “real people” — mostly non-industry, non-celebrity civilians (no proof of Givenchy purchase required) as well as a cadre of students and faculty from local fashion schools — will attend, along with the usual show-going industry suspects.*

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Good luck to all that try to be one of the “real people” (aren’t we all real?) that attend this event! Sounds Epic!

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