At 10 p.m. tonight, the New York City subculture event 'Personal Orgasm View' is celebrating their four year anniversary at their long time venue, Karma Lounge. Babylon Entertainment's Gunnie Divinity created POV in January 2009, in conjunction with the notorious nightlife hostess, Lady Zombie. This special celebration is acknowledging the event's fetish oriented roots, while encompassing performance art, industrial music, and the Gothic culture.
Lady Zombie, who resigned from the event last Spring, is excited to return as the dominatrix hostess for one night only in honor of the occasion. This 'Gold and Black' anniversary edition is expected to break attendance records, despite the frigid temperatures expected in the city this evening.
Due to the adult nature of POV, only guests ages 21 and up with valid ID may attend. There is a door cover of $6 in place until 11 p.m. for ladies who arrive dressed to impress in the gold and black theme. For all other guests, and for everyone after 11 p.m., the cover becomes $10. Coat check will be available. A free POV cocktail will be awarded to the best dressed guests.
Stimulation will be provided to attendees in many forms. Venus Pain will be on site for body piercings and a live kinky stage show. Skye and Vlad Eros Fyre, the world famous fire performers, will dazzle the crowd and provide some much needed heat. Gentleman Joker will provide guests with the opportunity to experience violet wand and velvet rope play scenes.
Many subculture DJs, including DJ Black Dahlia, DJ Sycho, DJ Jinx DeBast and DJ Lobo Lost Boyz, are coming out to spin the deviant tunes of Electro, House, Industrial, Hardstyle, Metal, 80s and more. Producer Gunnie Divinity is also expected to get on the turntables for a set during the night. Whether you want to dance, drink or play, there's something for everyone.
Karma Lounge is located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan at 52 First Avenue between East 3rd and East 4th Streets. There will be hookah available, and tobacco smoking is allowed on premises. Karma is easily accessible by public transportation, with the F train to 2nd Avenue being the closest option.