Sunday, May 26 Skam Artist Dj Five, Adult Star Jesse Jane, And Playboy Cyber Girl Dani Mathers at Sullivan Room, Sun, May
Sullivan Room, 218 Sullivan St.,
Sullivan Room, Sun, May 26 11:00aSunday, May 25 will be a great segway into Memorial Day with adult superstar nine-time AVN Award winner Jesse Jane coming to the Sapphire Pool & Day Club! She will be with Playboy Cyber Girl and model Dani Mathers, @djfive – DJ Five has emerged as the one definitive go to man in Sin City’s burgeoning nightlife industry. He was voted the #1 DJ of 2004 in Las Vegas’ eyes-and-ears, Las Vegas Life Magazine. When pressed to reveal what has put him there, he states “I can smoke, drink, text message, dance, mix, and cut all at once.” Initially inspired by DJ Premier’s work on the Gangstarr classics, DJ Five honed his craft by mimicking DJ Jazzy Jeff’s Live at Union Square. His knowledge of rock and pop music came from those late nights spent in Las Vegas strip clubs, all the while straddling that line between mainstream and street cred by associating himself both with the “backpack” Hip Hop movement and paying close attention to the trajectory of Hip Hop as it crossed over into popular culture There is no better place to cure your hangover than Sapphire Pool & Day Club! Call 702.869.0003 for reservations. Pool hours are 11AM-7PM
This, Saturday May 25, 2013 Memorial Weekend @ Fashion 40 Music by Hot 97'S DJ Mister Cee at Fashion 40 Lounge, Sat, May
Fashion 40 Lounge, 202 W. 40th St.,
Fashion 40 Music by Hot 97'S DJ Mister Cee at Fashion 40 Lounge, Sat, May 25 10:00pThis, Saturday May 25, 2013 Memorial Weekend @ Fashion 40Music By Hot 97'S DJ Mister Cee A Sexy 2-Level Lounge W/ Balcony OverlookLocated In The Heart Of Times Square202 W 40th St Manhattan, NY 10018, United StatesEVERYONE Free Before 11PMLadies Stay Free Until 12AmAce's List Get's You In!Must RSVP For Free Or Reduced Entry!Reduced All Night W/RSVPRSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org Geminis Are Free All Night!!!Hip-Hop | Reggae | R&B | Pop | Soca
The Troubadour Club, 265 Old Brompton Road, Earl's Court, SW5 9JA
Los Pelos Rizos (http://www.myspace.com/lospelosrizos) Los Pelos Rizos shall entice you with their potent mix of gypsy, jazz, Latin and folk
Whether it's the blast of a trumpet dueling with the lilt of a violin, the ebb and flow of guitar lines or the beat of a cajon dancing in time with the wanderings of the bass, they'll be sure to get you on your feet
Candy (http://www.candyofficial.com) Candy is a London-based pop/rock band lead by Scotsman Ross Candy (singer, songwriter, guitarist). The British band is heavily inspired and influenced by 80s fashion and music which is illustrated through their music
The music is both forward-looking and nostalgic and has a unique dark pop/rock sound
Georgie Ku (https://www.facebook.com/georgiakumusic) New up & coming soulful pop songbird Georgia Ku is a keen, ambitious and passionate singer/songwriter, bringing fresh talent and creativity to the industry
As an extremely motivated & experienced artist, Georgia Ku is really looking to introduce her unique style and sound, as well as showcase her original take on music to portray how much it means to her
For the Roses (http://www.youtube.com/lucyallenmusic) 'For the Roses' bring a soulful blend of folk and pop to their original music
Catchy melodies, fantastic song writing and stand-out vocals have been winning over audiences across the country.
The Troubadour Club, 265 Old Brompton Road, Earl's Court, SW5 9JA
Meet the Neighbours (http://www.soundcloud.com/meettheneighbours) Meet The Neighbours give energetic live shows, showcasing songs drawing influence from blues, folk, and rock and roll played with a contemporary twist
Sonya Titus (http://www.paultitusentertainment.com/sonya/) Sonya Titus is a singer songwriter based in London, UK but with a multicultural background!
Lauren Ray (https://soundcloud.com/laurenraymusic) Acoustci singer-songwriter
Ivanhoe (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g4Mop0K-Ew) Exciting duo, recently arrived from Australia
Eemia (http://music.eemiamusic.com) Eemia is a singer-songwriter with a northern soul but Moved to the big city of London where she is currently writing and performing
She has performed in venues around London and performed at the Olympic and Paralympic village!
The UK charts are burning up again with none other than euphonic master, Calvin Harris who just stole the number one spot with his project 18 Months which is the first album of 2013 to do so. The collection features “Sweet Nothing,” a single with Florence Welch on vocals that is also burning up theMORE
If you party with Justin Bieber, he’ll own your pics?
Over the weekend, a picture of Justin Bieber smoking weed hit the web, and everyone freaked out because TEENAGERS? SMOKING THEMARIJUANA? Oh my stars and garters! Jeeves! Fish my monocole out of champagne flute for me! Pip pip cheerio and such. Anyway, as a means of completely over-correcting the problem, TMZ reports that Justin’s teamMORE
Yes, the new season of Celebrity Apprentice, featuring a collection of the shows best competitors, is coming soon, which means another season of trying to ignore Donald Trump so I can focus on Gary Busey‘s intoxicating insanity. Anyway, here’s the first trailer for the All-Stars season (kicking off March 3rd on NBC), which features oneMORE
Has there ever been something you always wanted to know about Pandora Boxx (of RuPaul’s Drag Race fame), but were too afraid to ask? Like, what was it like to walk the runway in front of Kathy Griffin? How does it feel to keep winning Drag U? Potato chips?!?! Well, now you can! Pandora hasMORE
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So I’m not sure if you heard about this, but Lindsay Lohan was supposed to be in court today for a hearing related to that one time where she punched a psychic in the face. Remember when LiLo punched a psychic in the face? Good times, goooooooood times … well, turns out Lindsay’s still inMORE
Crazy people are trying to bring down Neil Patrick Harris
Fun fact: Every year, the Super Bowl comes on right before my birthday and my family almost always forgets that I turned a year older because FOOTBALL! YEAH! Seriously, one year they got me a cake that said “Happy Super Bowl, Tom Brady!” and that’s why I am the way I am. Anyway, to promoteMORE
When we last left vapid reality famewhores Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, they had been banished to live in the cold, dark basement of the Celebrity Big Brother house (in the UK) like the inbred monster children they are. Except somehow, Spencer either got his hands on a phone or someone hacked into his TwitterMORE
We are just hours away from Downton Abbey‘s third season premiere (tonight at 9pm on PBS) here in the states! I was lucky enough to watch a couple of the new episodes, and I can already tell this time around is going to be just as good as the first two. Plus legendary actress ShirleyMORE
Mouse On Mars Live at El Rey Theatre, Sat, Feb 16 10:00p
El Rey Theatre, 5515 Wilshire Blvd.,
The El Rey is a general admission, standing room venue, unless stated otherwise in specific show details. Mouse on Mars is one of the few electronic bands to stand the test of time. Constantly reinventing themselves, they have taken electronica to new heights with a unique blend of sound annihilation, fragmented melodies and an impassioned hatred of conformity. For nearly two deacades, Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner have sweated over burning consoles to create a new musical language, only to twist it again into thousands of myriad distortions. Mouse On Mars' sound links them to the club-music scene, as do their many remixes and collaborations with members of the dance-music world. Yet their association with the formalized and utilitarian world of dance music is ironic, as the band's raison d'etre is to place electronic flies in any aural ointment they choose to muck through. A series of 10 albums and numerous remixes has come off as primarily intent on dashing expectations, from the ambient-house ectoplasms of 1994's Vulvaland and 1995's slightly more structured Iaora Tahiti; to the flighty and funny electronics, spluttering horns and acoustic-guitar samples of 2000's more "organic" Niun Niggung; to the forest of sonic porcupine quills that is Idiology. Radical Connector (2004) further granulated the MoM aesthetic into nine vaguely pop-oriented songs, ever heavier on the beats and increasingly hinging the tunes on the vocals and drumming of longtime collaborator Dodo Nkishi. Varcharz (2006) entirely recorded at Mouse on Mars' St. Martin Ton Studios in Duesseldorf has been their most live sounding and diverse studio album to date. 2012 will see a new Mouse on Mars once again. Their upcoming LP Parastrophics is a thriving vision of the other side of experimental music. Discordance turns into pop as Alice in Wonderland bounces her booty to laser bass sounds, the likes of which would make Walt Disney jealously ponder the question, "Why didn't I think of that?!" Parastrophics is glamorous, funky and deep. No speakers exist that could display all the details of such manic production. Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner have been more than busy in the intervening years since the release of their last studio album as a duo, Varcharz (2006). They collaborated with The Fall's Mark E. Smith as s Von Sdenfed and released Tromatic Reflexxions on Domino. Both Toma and St. Werner produce independently for their Sonig label. St. Werner has worked on solo records under several monikers, written pieces for classical instrumentation and electronics, did music for installations, and acted as the artistic director of the Amsterdam Institute for Electronic Music, steim. Toma has produced Moondog, Stereolab, Junior Boys and The Fall, amongst others. One of their most recent projects Paeanumnion has been as unique as the rest of their career - an orchestral piece which didn't play by any of the rules. As St. Werner said, "it was a way for us to carry on being an electronic band, only without electronics". As ever, he was not being entirely serious. Both Jan and Andi were on stage throughout this hourlong voyage, playing their own digitally-crafted sounds and processing the orchestra at the same time. For this event Mouse on Mars have created their own musical software which they also used for the production of Parastrophics.
Grinspoon, one of Australiaâs most loved live rock bands are hitting the road and coming your way.
In September this year they released their seventh studio album, 'Black Rabbits' which made its ARIA chart debut at #8. It's only fitting that with the release of a new album and now 7 Top Ten albums under their belt that the band gets back on the road and tour.
The Lismore-born quartet - Front man Phil Jamieson, Guitarist Pat Davern, Drummer Kristian Hopes and Bassist Joe Hansen - burst onto the national music scene in 1995 via a string of hits which later appeared on their 1997 debut album, Guide To Better Living. Across their career the band have amassed album sales of 500, 000 copies in Australia, including multiple platinum certifications and the ARIA award for 'Best Rock Album' in 2005 for Thrills, Kills & Sunday Pills.
Grinspoon kick off 2013 playing the Big Day Out shows across the country in January with a special 'All Hits' set with just a couple of new tracks thrown in.
In March the band embark on their National 'Black Rabbits' headline tour which will be a whole new live show for fans who've experienced the explosion of energy, sound and good time rock 'n roll that is Grinspoon. These shows will be the longest set the band have ever played, with a mix of everyone's favourites and a healthy selection of new tunes from the new album, 'Black Rabbits'
This is a series of shows not to be missed for old & new Grinspoon fans!
Australiaâs epic Birds of Tokyo announced today that their fourth full-length studio album will be called âMarch Firesâ. Appropriately, the highly anticipated work will land on March 1, 2013.
The band's recent release of the four-track EP 'This Fire' and a handful of special preview shows (including a barnstorming set at the Homebake Festival) have provided fans with their first taste of the new Birds of Tokyo.The EP's lead track has been one of the most requested and most played songs on the triple j network over recent weeks, and is still climbing the national airplay chart. The award winning Kris Moyes directed its unique video.
For Birds of Tokyo, the last year has been all about change and renewal and that experience is infused throughout their new album.
First there was the addition of two new members (Glenn Sarangapany on keys and Ian Berney on bass). Then for various reasons the three original members (Ian Kenny - vocals, Adam Spark - guitars and Adam Weston - drums) all relocated from their hometown of Perth to new cities across the eastern seaboard. After that they consciously reinvented their approach to songwriting with a new Sydney studio space plus time spent together in a remote French farmhouse helping to blaze new trails. And if that wasn't enough, they then went to Los Angeles to record with both a new producer, Dave Cooley (Silversun Pickups) and a new mixer, Tony Hoffer (M83, Beck, The Kooks, Belle & Sebastian).
"We really made a conscious choice to just put a match to everything we'd done before so that we could create something that felt fresh and exciting for us. Hopefully people who like the band will feel the same way when they hear it", explains Adam Spark.
Over the course of their first two studio albums (2007's "Day One" and 2008's "Universes") Birds of Tokyo carved out a niche for guitar driven anthems. Lots of touring around Australia gradually turned them into indie chart toppers. Their eponymous third release in 2010 shifted things up a gear with double platinum certifications and hit singles "Plans" and "Wild At Heart". They received songwriting awards from APRA, had their work voted "Rock Album Of The Year" by their peers and then capped it all off by winning the publicly voted gong as "Most Popular Australian Artist" at the 2011 ARIA Awards.
Not surprisingly their heads were swimming. But rather than milk a formula they decided to throw themselves into new ways of being a band. Burnt it down. Started again.
The result is 'March Fires'.The album's title directly reflects its phoenix-like conception plus in the northern hemisphere the March fires are typically a natural source of renewal each spring.
Don't miss Birds of Tokyolive in 2013 as they launch 'March Fires'from coast to coast. Stay tuned for much, much more.
Birds of Tokyo's new album MARCH FIRES. Pre-order your digital album & ticket bundle now and take advantage of the special $12.99 album pricing offer. All digital download purchases will be sent out from album release date Friday March 1, 2013.
Over the course of their first two studio albums (2007's "Day One" and 2008's "Universes") Birds of Tokyo carved out a niche for guitar driven anthems. Lots of touring around Australia gradually turned them into indie chart toppers. Their eponymous third release in 2010 shifted things up a gear with double platinum certifications and hit singles "Plans" and "Wild At Heart". They received songwriting awards from APRA, had their work voted "Rock Album Of The Year" by their peers and then capped it all off by winning the publicly voted gong as "Most Popular Australian Artist" at the 2011 ARIA Awards. Not surprisingly their heads were swimming. But rather than milk a formula they decided to throw themselves into new ways of being a band. Burnt it down. Started again. The result is 'March Fires'. The album's title directly reflects its phoenix-like conception plus in the northern hemisphere the March fires are typically a natural source of renewal each spring.
1974 AD is a Nepali rock band, formed in Kathmandu, Nepal in the early 90s. They experiment with various genre of music including Nepali folk, ragas, rock, funk, blues and jazz as well. 1974 AD are amongst the most successful recording artists in Nepal. Most of their albums are ranked among the top-ten best-selling albums according to the Hits FM of Nepal. Their concert name being 'Rock Yatra, ' in 2000 AD was watched by more than 60, 000 people, the largest attendance for a concert in Nepal.
Songs and albums produced by 1974 AD are usually in the Nepali language. Lyrics include themes of patriotism, Nepali virtues, unity, love and nationalism. There is a lot of variety in the music of 1974 AD. They have successfully tried various genres of music. Their songs, like "Nepali, " "Sambodhan, " "Pahilo Junima, " "Parelima, " "Samjhi Baschu" and "Chudaina Timro Mayale" amongst various others, were some of the biggest hits in Nepalese music. The song "Nepali" from their highest selling album Satabdi has been received as the most patriotic songs till now.