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Microclub & Bespoke Lounge Outer Heaven opens in Manhattan

Located at 191 Chrystie Street.

Photo  Credit: Outer Heaven Instagram

Outer Heaven, a new nightlife venue located in Manhattan, New York, has opened its doors to the public. The venue, which has a capacity of 140 people, is open six nights a week and features two rooms. The Record Bar is a cocktail lounge equipped with a turntable and mixer, while the other room, referred to as a “micro club,” has a raised DJ booth and a small dance floor.

The venue’s musical direction is influenced by various genres, including New York house and disco, and the team behind Outer Heaven aims to move away from the “pseudo-spiritualism” of the global elite.

The sound and lighting design were created by Scott Ciungan and Nicolas Matar, while the walls feature artworks by Katsuhiro Otomo and Hajime Sorayama. Outer Heaven was founded by Jack Mulqueen, William Tigertt, Victor Houston, Tolga Dogan, Donte McGuine, and Alex Smith, and is located on the border of SoHo and Lower East Side.

For updates, interested parties can visit the club’s website, and recorded sets can be heard on its SoundCloud page.


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