|Address:||229 W 28th St, NYC 10001.|
|Phone:||Call or Text Tel. 347-921-0002|
|Music:||Underground techno, electronic music|
|Dress Code:||Trendy but Neat No Baggy Attire.|
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ABOUT FLASH FACTORY NYC
Flash Factory is an authentic, warm, and all-encompassing entertainment space built with organic architectural elements. A wall of 19th century doors, reclaimed from a convent, sit opposite a writhing tree sculpture that winds its way through a big top. Stained glass windows flank a bar adorned with artifacts sourced from a church in the Bronx. The main theater is crowned with custom-made arches, while seats in the lounge area are restored temple pews.
Club Flash Factory is a techno, live indie music, and nightlife venue. The venue is unlike any other, steeped in the NYC tradition of CBGBs and the Fillmore. Working with the architectural remains of congregational spaces, salvaged from New York City, Flash Factory Club stands in stark contrast to the electronic functionality of modern day joints. It is an homage to an era of vaudevillian eccentricity and Victorian decadence.
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Like much of Manhattan’s creative class, dance music purists have long moved their parties to Brooklyn or beyond — even as electronic dance music, or E.D.M., has grown into a multibillion dollar industry, reviving some New York club culture from the ’90s. Now the city guys want a piece.
With their new 10,000-square-foot in Chelsea, which opens Saturday, the nightlife impresarios Michael Satsky and Brian Gefter hope to lure the techno underground back to Manhattan using a new tool in their hospitality arsenal: populism.