What better way to kick off the weekend than with a fabulous party overlooking the Hudson River from a swanky penthouse office with wonderfully glamorous party goers?
This Friday, May 15th, we helped Izzy Gold Records open up their new headquarters in the West Village. Izzy Gold Records is an independent music branding company that “optimizes cross-channel and symbiotic marketing in order to serve the worldwide consumer demand for music, entertainment and talent-branded products.” Pretty neat, huh?
Featured in Blender and Maxim, Izzy Gold brought the likes of Patrick McMullan, Jesse Blaze Snider, Dee Snider, Tony Sunshine, Swizz Beats, Skeery Jones, Chris Jones, Alex Young, MTV’s Baya Voce, Alexandra Richards and B. Smith. Patrick McMullan himself, along with Isaac Abrams, showcased their own art in a gallery that adorned the walls of the offices.
While the office was expansive, people were crowding the open bar sponsored by Star Vodka. The recording studio had massive, state-of-the-art music recording machinery that must’ve cost tens of thousands of dollars, and I was nervous when people were walking around spilling their drinks everywhere. No one else seemed concerned, though, and went on enjoy the music spun by DJ Mess KidA while I was frantically running around cleaning up people’s messes and putting coasters under every cup.
… Just kidding.