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Home; Club Night; Nightshuttle; Nightshots; Info. Kontakt; Membership; Impressum; AGB. Kontakt; Membership; Impressum; AGB; 0. Ihr Einkaufswagen ist leer. IMPRESSUM ↑. European Club Night is a project of: Clubcommission Berlin Verband der Berliner Club-, Party- und Kulturereignisveranstalter e.V. As a mixture of live talk show and club night, DOMMUNE has been broadcast via livestream from a little studio The first Swiss Cairo Electro-Sha'abi Clubnight! Zum Jahrestag des Mauerfalls veranstalten 27 Berliner Clubs gemeinsam mit 27 anderen Clubs in Europa die European Clubnight. Club Night FM - Hört Euren Lieblingssender, mit dem besten was die Clubs zu bieten haben. Euch erwarten die neuesten Tracks aus den Clubs zusammen mit.
As a mixture of live talk show and club night, DOMMUNE has been broadcast via livestream from a little studio The first Swiss Cairo Electro-Sha'abi Clubnight! Club Night FM - Hört Euren Lieblingssender, mit dem besten was die Clubs zu bieten haben. Euch erwarten die neuesten Tracks aus den Clubs zusammen mit. Lola's World Records präsentiert The Afro Club Night, Vol. Seit mehr als 10 Jahren interessierte ich mich intensiv für Afro-House, war das doch die erste.
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Nightclubs are much more likely than pubs or sports bars to use bouncers to screen prospective clubgoers for entry.
Some nightclub bouncers do not admit people with informal clothing or gang apparel as part of a dress code.
The busiest nights for a nightclub are Friday and Saturday night. Most clubs or club nights cater to certain music genres , such as house music or hip hop.
Many clubs have recurring club nights on different days of the week. Most club nights focus on a particular genre or sound for branding effects.
In the United States, New York increasingly became the national capital for tourism and entertainment. Grand hotels were built for the upscale visitors.
Edwin Booth and Lillian Russell were among the Broadway stars. They enjoyed a national reputation for live music, dance, and vaudeville acts.
They tolerated unlicensed liquor, commercial sex, and gambling cards, chiefly Faro. Practically all gambling was illegal in the city except upscale horseracing tracks , and regular payoffs to political and police leadership was necessary.
Prices were high and they were patronized by an upscale audience. Timothy Gilfoyle called them "the first nightclubs. It catered to a downscale clientele and besides the usual illegal liquor, gambling, and prostitution, it featured nightly fistfights, and occasional shootings, stabbings, and police raids.
The jukebox a coin-operated record-player was invented in by Louis Glass and his partner William S. Arnold, who were both managers of the Pacific Phonograph Co.
The advent of the jukebox fueled the Prohibition -era boom in underground illegal speakeasy bars, which needed music but could not afford a live band and needed precious space for paying customers.
From about to , working class Americans would gather at honky tonks or juke joints to dance to music played on a piano or a jukebox.
These nightclubs featured big bands. In this era, nightclubbing was generally the preserve of those with money. These venues were aimed at rich and poor people, gays , lesbians , nudists , and gangsters alike.
Other clubs of the era were the Metropole and the Canidrome. Jazz bands , big bands, and singers performed for a bowtied clientele. The Paramount and Ciro's in particular were fiercely rivalrous and attracted many customers from the underworld.
Shanghai's clubs fells into decline after the Japanese invasion of and eventually closed. The Paramount reopened after the communist victory in as The Red Capitol Cinema , dedicated to Maoist propaganda films , before fading into obscurity.
It reopened as The Paramount in The end of World War II saw the beginning of a transformation in the nightclub: no longer the preserve of a moneyed elite, over several decades, the nightclub steadily became a mass phenomenon.
Before and some years thereafter, most bars and nightclubs used a jukebox or mostly live bands. By the end of the s, several of the coffee bars in London's Soho introduced afternoon dancing.
Initially opening as a coffee-shop, it was run by Betty Passes who claimed to be the inventor of disco after she pioneered the idea of dancing to records at her premises' basement in It stayed popular into the s.
It later became a s-themed club called the Black Gardenia but has since closed. The Flamingo Club on D'Arblay Street ran between and and was famous for its role in the growth of rhythm and blues and jazz in the UK.
It earned a controversial reputation with gangsters and prostitutes said to have been frequent visitors in the s, along with famous musicians including The Beatles.
Larger discos opened in Cheetah, with room for dancers, the Electric Circus , and Dom. In , the Peppermint Lounge in New York City became popular and is the place where go-go dancing originated.
In parallel, the hippie movement spawned Britain's first club for psychedelic music , the UFO Club       at the Blarney Club, 31 Tottenham Court Road , London from 23 Dec to Oct which then became the Middle Earth club   at 43 King Street and eventually the Roundhouse in These clubs germinated what would later become the underground gig scene of the s and s, at venues such as the Club and The Clarendon in Hammersmith.
In the north of England, the distinct northern soul movement spanned Manchester 's Twisted Wheel Club ,  the Blackpool Mecca ,  Cleethorpes Pier  , and the Wigan Casino , famous for the acrobatic dancing of its clubgoers   ; each of these clubs was famous for all-nighters.
Disco has its roots in the underground club scene. During the early s in New York City, disco clubs were places where oppressed or marginalized groups such as gay people, African Americans , Latinos , Italian Americans , and Jews could party without following male to female dance protocol or exclusive club policies.
The women often sought these experiences to seek safety in a venue that embraced the independent woman — with an eye to one or more of the same or opposite sex or none.
Although the culture that surrounded disco was progressive in dance couples, cross-genre music, and a push to put the physical over the rational, the role of female bodies looked to be placed in the role of safety net.
By the late s, many major U. The DJs played "a smooth mix of long single records to keep people 'dancing all night long'". The genre of disco has changed through the years.
It is classified both as a musical genre and as a nightclub; and in the late seventies, disco began to act as a safe haven for social outcasts.
This club culture that originated in downtown New York, was attended by a variety of different ethnicities and economic backgrounds.
It was an inexpensive activity to indulge in, and discos united a multitude of different minorities in a way never seen before; including those in the gay and psychedelic communities.
The music ultimately was what brought people together. Some cities had disco dance instructors or dance schools that taught people how to do popular disco dances such as "touch dancing", the " hustle ", and the " cha-cha-cha ".
Disco clubs and "hedonistic loft parties" had a club culture with many Italian American, African American, gay, and Hispanic people.
In addition to the dance and fashion aspects of the disco club scene, there was also a thriving drug subculture , particularly for recreational drugs that would enhance the experience of dancing to the loud music and the flashing lights, such as cocaine  nicknamed "blow" , amyl nitrite " poppers ",  and the "other quintessential s club drug Quaalude , which suspended motor coordination and turned one's arms and legs to Jell-O ".
While the dance floor was the central arena of seduction, actual sex usually took place in the nether regions of the disco: bathroom stalls, exit stairwells, and so on.
In other cases, the disco became a kind of "main course" in a hedonist 's menu for a night out. Its dance floor was decorated with an image of the " Man in the Moon " that included an animated cocaine spoon.
In Spain during the s, the first clubs and discos opened in Ibiza , an island which had been a popular destination for hippie travelers since the s and now was experiencing a tourist boom.
By the early s, the term "disco" had largely fallen out of favour in most of the English-speaking world. In parallel to the disco scene and quite separate from it, the glam rock T.
Crackers was a key part of the jazz- funk scene and also the early punk scene via its Vortex nights. The underground warehouse party scene was kicked off by Toyah Willcox with her Mayhem Studios at Patcham Terrace in Battersea   .
Dozens of clubs came and went, but one of the original batch, Gaz's Rockin' Blues , is still going as of Whilst overall, the club scene was fairly small and hidden away in basements, cellars, and warehouses, London's complicated mix of punk, New Romantic , New Wave, and gay clubs in the late s and early s paved the way for acid house to flourish in the late s, initially with Shoom and two acid house nights at Heaven : Spectrum and Rage.
These clubs grew out of the earlier Mandrake and Billy's later Gossip's   at 69 Dean Street, in the basement below the ground floor Gargoyle Club.
Both music and fashion embraced the aesthetics of the movement. Reggae -influenced bands included Boy George and Culture Club , and electronic vibe bands included Visage.
At London nightclubs, young men would often wear make-up and young women would wear men's suits. Leigh Bowery 's Taboo which opened in  bridged the New Romantic and acid house scenes.
With the birth of house music in the mids and then acid house, kickstarted by Chris Sullivan's The Wag Club    on the site of the earlier The Flamingo Club , a cultural revolution swept around the world; first in Chicago at the Warehouse and then London and New York City.
However, the seismic shift in nightlife was the emergence of rave culture in the UK. This laid the ground for what was unfold in the s, initially in the UK, Germany, and the USA and then worldwide from the s onwards.
In Europe and North America, nightclubs play disco-influenced dance music such as house music , techno , and other dance music styles such as electronica , breakbeat , and trance.
Most nightclubs in major cities in the U. These clubs are generally the largest and most frequented of all of the different types of clubs.
Techno clubs are popular around the world since the early s. The Castlemorton Common Festival in triggered the UK government's Criminal Justice Act , which largely ended the rave movement by criminalizing any gathering of 20 or more people where music "sounds wholly or predominantly characterized by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats" was played.
Commercial clubs immediately capitalized on the situation causing a boom in "Superclubs" in the UK, such as Ministry of Sound London , Renaissance , and Cream Liverpool.
These developed the club-as-spectacle theme pioneered in the s and s by Pacha Ibiza and Juliana's Tokyo Japan , creating a global phenomenon; however, many clubs such as The Cross in London, preserved the more underground feel of the former era.
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