Can’t make it to EDC Vegas? No worries. Here’s a giant list of DJs and hip-hop players doing clubs and pool parties this weekend.
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Here’s your full-on schedule of club craziness.
Sadly, I can’t interview every nightclub musician every time they play Vegas or I would be interviewing musicians 24 hours a day. So today, please enjoy my own personal stories about this week’s club headliners.
THURSDAY March 28: 12th Planet starts residency at Body English. Ryan Cabrera performs at Hyde Bellagio. Ciara performs at Haze. Mak J at Tryst. Five at Tao. Benny Black at ghostbar. Kid Conrad at ghostbar. Exodus at Moon. FRIDAY March 29: Sander...
It’s pool season, so the dayclubs are open across the Strip. They will start amping up soon. For now, the big-hitter DJs are still mostly at nightclubs.
Legendary Josh Wink has been around the music scene so long that he started DJing 25 years ago, and he’s only 42.
When it opened last May, Chocolate & Spice Bakery was lauded by many in the valley as the next great local sweets shop.
Here are your big club DJs and celebrity hosts for the weekend.
Morgan Page used to work all the time in his California recording studio, writing and remixing hits. But something happened to complicate his work life: His personal life improved when he got a girlfriend.
The 28th edition of the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show opens today at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and one expert is bothered that many attendees will miss the main benefit.
I know you get confused about which DJ-producer is known for which songs on the pop charts. So here’s an easy breakdown for you.
Fedde le Grand writes some pretty amazing dance songs that are popular both with mainstream listeners and serious fans of electronic dance music.
You’ve got some good choices among hit-making DJ-producers in nightclubs this week.
Sander van Doorn can be a beast of a songwriter. He combines clean bass beats with sexy notes that slide together, in hits such as “Joyenergizer.”
Rock musicians like to make political statements. You’ve got Bruce Springsteen on the left, and Ted Nugent on the right. But no one in electronic dance music mixes politics with music.
It’s the calm before the storm in clubs on the Strip. The coming storm will be the spring reopening of dayclubs, plus the launching of a few new clubs.
Last year, I was talking with extraordinary singer Emma Hewitt about electronic dance music, and she said something I couldn’t agree with more.