The Location of ZHU's Blacklizt Warehouse Party Has Finally Been Revealed
That ZHU has had something up his sleeve is hardly a secret, unlike the location of that something, a clandestine, New York warehouse show. Dubbed “Blacklizt,” the warehouse party anticipates ZHU’s release of his next album, “Nightcrawler.”
From its inception, Blacklizt has sought to revive the tradition of warehouse parties, often based out of Brooklyn, their locations concealed, shared only among show goers. In the style of past warehouse shows, ZHU limited the warehouse’s address to ticket holders, informing those planning to attend the Blacklizt event this Saturday, June 24th of the warehouse’s location via text message today. Although not located in Brooklyn, which may very well be said to be a sort of warehouse party capital, the event will be held at 130 Bowery.
The text message reveals that Blacklizt will feature a 4-hour set from ZHU, where the “Faded” producer can be expected to delve far beyond the style exhibited in his shorter festival sets. Doors will open at 10 PM to ticket holders, but if attendees don’t abide by the dress code, they’ll be sent walking— “[ticket holders] must wear all black or entry will be denied,” notes the text message.
In the midst of the information surrounding Blacklizt arrives another welcome tidbit of ZHU related news, namely a collaboration with Nero, one that will mark Nero’s first production since 2015. Titled “Dreamz,” the track is darker, not at all at odds with the aesthetic that we have witnessed on Nightcrawler thus far.