WATCH IT | WORK IT TO ESCOBAR'S REMIX THIS FRIDAY

Eli Escobar has been on the New York underground music scene and has kept people dancing since the 90s.  The globetrotting musician is known for his signature 4/4 disco and house beats and his Escobar's video for "Work It" on Dither Down  giving us the right Friday night vibe.

MOMENTS | Rehash: #FBF Amy Arbus’ ‘80s Street Style Photography Captured New York’s Mish-Mash Style Subculture

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Amy Arbus, daughter of the legendary Diane Arbus and protégé of esteemed fashion photographer Richard Avedon, has been capturing street style well before the time of digital photography—before fashion blogs and Instagram allowed for instant style gratification. In the ‘80s, Arbus started as The Village Voice’s style photographer and captured the eclectic styles of every figure in New York subculture, from Madonna and Phoebe Lègére to Andre Walker and The Clash pre-fame. In an interview with AnOther Magazine, Arbus talks about what inspires her and tells the story behind some of her most iconic images.

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Listen to Ballet School’s Madonna x Beyoncé Cover, “Justify My Love/Partition”

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Berlin trio Ballet School has done the universe a favor by merging two immortal pop songs: Madonna’s 1990 hit “Justify My Love” and Beyoncé’s “Partition.” Both songs are unapologetic renditions on sexuality and indulging out baser impulses. Singer Rosie Blair gives the steamy lyrics the sultry treatment they deserve, and the mash-up cover adds an extra trip-hop stomp. Last September, Ballet School released their album The Dew Lasts An Hour, and the trio will be kicking off their North America tour next week.