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While New York City is a live music mecca, sometimes there's nothing like slamming a beer while listening to tunes on a great jukebox. The big computer, custom-made by East Village watering hole Hi Fi's owner, currently holds MP3 tracks from over 1,800 albums, a collection that grows weekly. While the selection leans heavily toward New York indie, it's not unusual for a Deee-Lite track to follow the Strokes or Gomez. And at $1 for three tracks, it's a damn sight cheaper than Radio City or the Bowery Ballroom.
When you talk about bars with great jukeboxes, you simply can't ignore the jukebox at Hi-Fi, which has its own name, EL-DJ, fitting for a bar space formerly occupied by live music club Brownies, where Death Cab for Cutie, Bright Eyes, and Elliott Smith, among others, debuted in New York City. El-DJ been around since Hi-Fi opened in 2002, the brainchild of owner Mike Stuto, a music industry veteran. In 2010, El-DJ was redesigned for the new era of digital music, featuring a smoother... More »
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