Location: Brooklyn, USA
With its four indoor areas — the main room (The Hall), a smaller side room (Zone One), the itty-bitty-and-totally-fun Loft and the brand-new Chatroom — along with a 700-capacity rooftop boasting a newly-installed bandshell, Elsewhere has a little something for everyone. Sometimes, that translates to live music; acts ranging from Sean Paul to Tortoise, and from Roy Ayers to Wet Leg have performed there since the doors first opened in 2017. But DJs and dance music are arguably what the Bushwick club, a one-time furniture factory, is most known for. DJ Harvey and UNiiQU3 are among those who have played there in recent months, with artists like Black Rave Culture, Digitalism and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs on the way later this summer.