This three-level, 75,000 square foot, $98 million club spares no expense, from the scrolling LED marquee that snakes through the venue, to the plush VIP tables with unparalleled service, to booking top-international DJs on the nightly. But the centerpiece of this truly awe-inspiring club is it’s transforming chandler–made of eight oval rings and equipped with insane lighting–that morphs and moves in sync to the music that’s pumped out on the only L-Acoustics sound technology system in Vegas.
This incredible resource is your inside connection to 300 of the most exotic, most exhilarating festivals around the globe. The user-friendly platform lets you search by location, category, date, or using their interactive map. From Melt! in Germany, to Mawazine in Morocco, to Movement in Detroit, to a bunch of off-the-hook madness you’ve never even heard of, Fest300 has the hookup and matching photos, videos, and user-written reviews. Oh, and you can even enter to win airfare and tickets to a festival anywhere in the world.
Vice delivers on this fascinating docu series that details the truly behind-the-scenes world of nightlife. Discotecture offers an inside look, chronicling what it takes to work in this fast-paced, unforgiving reality that perpetually thrives on a ‘what’s next’ mentality. It covers all the elements and minutia that must line-up perfectly to make a specific night, a club, a scene a banging success. In true Vice fashion Discotecture features interviews and insight with some of the top nightlife authorities in the game both now and then.
Up and coming DJ Brandon B is fresh out of the gate and already making a name for himself in the New York scene. Brandon B got his start when asked to be a part of Long Island’s #1 Mobile DJ company, Primetime Entertainment, at the age of sixteen. But these days this Crooklyn Clan DJ is gaining notoriety for his cutting-edge mashups and bootlegs, and playing a circuit of Long Island’s mainstay venues that are lucky to showcase his talents, until he blows up to the next level.
With clothes unlike anything ever seen prior, Fresh Dressed details what Hip-Hop fashion was to the culture back in the day: what it meant, how it felt, and why it so heavily influenced so many aspects of today’s mainstream culture. Find out where it all came from in this docu portrait featuring interviews with some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop, their fashion flavors from the golden era, and how it forever changed the fashion industry at large.
This multifaceted entertainment and marketing company excels in all things nightlife, daylife, and hospitality, with a reach hitting major markets up and down the East Coast and beyond. The Social Group operates Mister East in Roselle, NJ and handles bookings for Bijou in Boston, which after opening in 2011 became one of the top in the country, featuring DJ lineups that rival just about anywhere. The group exclusively programs both venues with a year round calendar of events, while also calling Avenue Beach Club & Rooftop home throughout the summer months.
"We Are Rich" - No divisions, no exclusion. We are all rich. The Rich Group presents a party to celebrate life, liberty and wealth. Party with the best artist talent in the world. Besides involving some of the best DJs in the world, enjoy a festive party atmosphere with party favor giveaways: gold crowns, gold jewelry, ring pops, people dressed in all gold and as kings and queens! Make an appearance at their first party Saturday, September 5th, at Passion Nightclub at the Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
In a world where social media is king, almost every industry is suffering from the same problem: oversaturation. Standing out is harder than ever, and marketing techniques that used to work flawlessly now get lost in timelines and inboxes. So how do you stay relevant without being an annoyance to fans? The answer is #StrategicExposure. The Notice Networks offers targeted marketing opportunities to strategically expose your brand to all the right people.
Forget useless tricks and theatrics: Aurora Bartending Schools are revolutionizing the bartending industry. CEO Mark Daragjatihas developed a unique formula, and executes a program for aspiring bartenders to train for real world bartending. Their model builds real speed and real skills, in an environment filled with real life scenarios. Why all bartending schools don't operate on this model, we will never know. What we do know is that this formula is a serious game changer with unparalleled results.
Flamboyant, pansexual dance party A Club Called Rhonda is a carnival of debauchery, hosting creatures of every orientation. Now in its seventh year, the party won immediate notoriety with the underground L.A. party scene and dance party aficionados alike. The “anything goes” event hosts a fantasy league of such DJs as Todd Edwards, James Murphy, Moodymann, Omar S, Dimitri from Paris, Chez Damier, and Morgan Geist, who play a mixture of golden age disco, house, and techno. Go for the wonderland of dancing, and stay for the hedonistic Rhonda-vous.
dGi Management is a New York-based artist management company, known and respected within the industry for their range of talent. Instead of focusing on just one niche market, dGi offers a vast assortment of recording artists, DJs, record producers, photographers and visual artists. Their impressive roster includes DJ Rukus, Rev Run, Jesse Marco, Politik, and Last Night's Party. dGi boasts critically acclaimed talents who are in-demand within their respective fields and valued in their niche genres.
9th Wonder takes on the daunting task and prestigious honor of becoming one of two Hip-Hop fellows at Harvard. This documentary chronicles his journey as he researches, navigates and dissertates the rich history and social importance of the Hip-Hop culture. He eloquently and poetically breaks down all aspects of the culture and without loosing an ounce of its soul. From the genres origins, to the influence of major players and pivotal albums, this man has done his homework and will get you thinking about Hip-Hop in ways you never considered before.
Formerly known as DEMF, Movement Electronic Music Festival is the au courant incarnation of the beloved, famed, and longtime industry staple celebrated in the birthplace of techno. Held over Memorial Day weekend at Campus Martius Park in Detroit, MI, Movement is part of a two part fest that also includes the Federation of Electronic Music Technology. Movement showcases over 100 artists who are the electronic music industry's most illustrious talents–from local heavyweights to pioneering legends.
DJ Konflikt and DJ Joe Maz link up in Miami to pool their talents in a collaboration that satisfies the craving for good, honest music. And dancing, lots of dancing. The two industry veterans pull directly from the senses, funneling what they see and hear into individual compositions of music. The result: sensory overload - in the best way possible.
NoticeWorthy loves I Love Vinyl. This collective of vinyl enthusiasts are purists in their craft and known for "excavating record bins finding gems to pierce ears with." Founded by NYC-based DJ Scribe in 2009 with dream team of heavy hitters Amir Abdullah, OP!, Jon Oliver, and Shawn Dub. "Salvaging some of the greatest music you've never heard," I Love Vinyl spins a full night of sets the last weekend of the month at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City, five years and counting.
This may be the best resource to ever hit the market for event and venue management. We take that back: it definitely is. NightPro manages table reservations, guest lists, staff, promoters, client data, reports, and payments in this user-friendly, one-stop platform. Their elite client list proves its effectiveness by efficiently managing millions of dollars worth of revenue, while seamlessly improving levels of service for the club's clientele.
The UK Garage scene has been getting a lot of press recently, but no one captures the raw underground experience like Brandy & Coke on DazedDigital.com. Garage photographer and author Ewen Spencer rewinds to the golden days of UKG style, recounting it's come up, it's heyday, and how it all fell apart. The doc features everything that made the scene the scene, from the music and MCs to the clubs and trendsetting fashions
King King, a gutted Chinese restaurant turned chill underground venue, has a grungy rock and roll vibe, with a thick and rich residue of talent and an endlessly fascinating calendar. The venue features house, techno, disco, and jazz music, as well as aerial, cabaret, and comedy performances. Perfectly situated in the heart of Hollywood, it’s a place we suggest you check out immediately.
If you haven't read DJ Zimmie's piece "The End of DJing," stop reading this, and get on it. Now that we have that taken care of, you understand why we can't wait to see what he has planned for The DJ Documentary, the first documentary to chronicle the complete story of DJing since its inception. How has this not been done yet? We have no idea, but leave it to Zimmie to conceptualize and execute what is, in our opinion, a long overdue project.
Welcome to the Grand Cru of nightclubs. Located in the Fontainebleau Miami, Liv boasts the most exclusive velvet rope in the country. Make it to the other side and overindulge in luxurious decor, mingle with a recklessly attractive crowd, and brush elbows with celebs, all while listening to elite DJs crush it on the finest sound system money can buy. If this is how your night begins, just imagine where it will end.
From initial vision to final execution, Miami Design House produces innovative products with exceptional functionality and supreme esthetic appeal. Applying the function of traditional promotional tools (e.g. posters and flyers) to today's technology, their Customized Websites set the bar in Nightlife & Entertainment. From new players to industry veterans: anyone who desires and recognizes a superior product at an unrivaled price chooses Miami Design House.
Go from "What's a Subpac?" to wondering how you ever lived without one at first try. A must-have for every DJ and producer; the Subpac transports you into a three-dimensional world of sound. This revolutionary device quietly transfers low frequencies directly into your body, while eliminating space issues and loud external noise. The Subpac is as compact as a backpack and simulates the feel of a multilevel club, in the studio, on the street, anywhere you go.
Mi Casa Holiday Season Finale transforms Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, into your tropical playground, October 9–12, 2014. Get down with 50+ world-class DJs spinning every night until sunrise. Wake up to yoga on the beach, then grab your bikini and cruise an hour south to Tulum for an all-day dance party on the Caribbean. Relax in luxury accommodations and eat the best 5 a.m. tacos you've ever tasted. Consider this your official reminder to rediscover amazing.
What to expect while popping bottles at Studio Paris: listening to some of the biggest names in electronic music on their state-of-the-art Funktion One sound system, amongst models, celebrities, and athletes, set in a modern industrial, yet surprisingly intimate interior, and all under their signature glass rooftop. Studio Paris is the premiere club refining and redefining nightlife in Chicago.
The SLS hotel is here to show you what LiFE is all about. Here's a hint: it involves a multi-level venue featuring the top EDM DJs, aerialists, and performers, vivid LED technology, 70 VIP tables, and access to the Beach LiFE rooftop pool. LiFE begins with Erick Morillo on August 23rd. Then LiFE erupts at their Labor Day Weekend Opening, featuring Laidback Luke, Dirty South, Deep Dish & Pete Tong.
L.A.-based radio show, artist collective, and record label Soulection lives way beyond its name. Their weekly show makes three hours feel like ten minutes. Host Joe Kay plays new and old classics and lots of music you can't believe you've never heard before, then effortlessly mixes it together in a way you would never have imagined. Joe provides a monster track list you’ll spend hours researching and tracking down after listening. Trust us: it's that good.
A breath of fresh air amidst the bottle service–obsessed club culture, this new TriBeCa hotspot is putting the focus back on the music. House music. Haus's calendar is an endless Rolodex of the world's top House DJs and producers. Located in the historic Brunner Building, once home to the legendary Canal Room, Haus looks shockingly different from its predecessor, featuring no shortage of programmed LED chandeliers, tigers-eye bar tops, innovative cocktails, and multi-tiered VIP booths perfect for catching your breath after dancing.
This turn-of-the-century Midtown hotel, full of local art, delectable dining, designer shopping, and supremely comfortable beds, is also home to a lobby that's equal parts workspace and lounge, primed to be your new central hub to wind up or unwind. The space, adorned with part-vintage light fixtures and tables constructed of Hubble telescope lenses—and a graffiti sticker mural by Michael Anderson—pairs perfectly with the Basil Ginger Collins and White Rum Negronis served to you while you relax on 70's vintage leather sofas. When you can't remember life before the Ace, just remember who dealt you this double-helix wild card.
This world-class recording studio in South Florida has full-service vocal tracking and mixing capabilities using industry standard SSL-powered sound, and a celebrity-studded client list including Flo Rida, J-Lo, Rick Ross, and Rihanna. The acoustically fine-tuned entertainment area serves as a perfect studio backdrop for a music video or private party. Experienced and trained vocal instructors, producers, and engineers are available to accommodate clients and assist in recording, mixing, and artist development 24/7.
Introducing a luxury service making hangovers a thing of the past. Let us break it down for you: call the I.V. Doctor, a 24/7 house-call service (you'll receive their direct line when you become a member). Thirty minutes later, a certified doctor or nurse knocks at your door and hooks you up to an I.V. packed with a potion of revitalizing vitamins and minerals, which replenishes depleted fluids and electrolytes. The results: you're vertical, coherent, headache-free, and ready to conquer the day within the hour.
Bow down to a true master who is about to blow your mind with what he calls #realDJing. With all these clowns diluting the DJ culture with their gimmicks, antics, and pre-sets, DJ Craze takes back his medium in the slickest way possible. Executed flawlessly, Craze makes his talent look so effortless, you almost forget the true brilliance in his skills. A poignant backlash to the internet posers who are making a joke out of a craft that the masters have spent years perfecting. We're glad to see true player calling them out and taking back what is rightfully theirs. Good luck trying to follow this act.
This past summer Theo Parrish asked the questions: "What happened to live musicianship? What happened to a party?" The legend reflects on what the scene has devolved into--people wearing sunglasses, holding up their phones, not interacting, not dancing. Then he answered his own question in the form of a album release and tour, playing with a full live band and dancers. Mr. Parrish made it his personal mission to show everyone how it's meant to be done, literally molding the culture into something he wants to remain a part of. We have endless respect for this man.
We know you've already watched this 100 times, but it deserves another listen. The "go big or stay home" invitation to all rappers and mcs from the Rap God himself, marks the start of an international online cypher battle. Arguably some of the best freestyling the world has ever heard comes straight from the man who has shifted rap stereotypes and the status quo of the industry since the inception of his career (in the battle scene). Lyrically brilliant Eminem crushes the game.
MoeKnowsBest retires from flyers. I know, we couldn't believe it, either. The 15-year joyride is over as Moe shifts gears into bigger and better ventures. Brilliant and eloquent, his letter of resignation also doubles as a step-by-step breakdown of the evolution and ultimate demise of the flyer as we know it. Thriving in this ever-evolving industry means constant reinvention, and we don't know anyone who does that better than Moe. You have to know when to let go, so you can move forward. Just wait until you see what's next.
DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist joined forces for a mother of a tribute run, paying homage to the ambassador of the ones and twos Afrika Bambaataa‘s legacy and influence with the 25-date aptly named Renegades of Rhythm tour. Two of the illest scratchers out got together for an all-out celebration of the Zulu Nation’s founder and patriarch, taking their blazing vinyl collections on the road for a summit of b-boys and two-steppers across the country. “DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist are going to blow your funky mind.” - Afrika Bambaataa [via ticketfly.com]
A sexy departure from the generic casino nightlife scene, Passion Nightclub in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino gives it to you right. The state-of-the-art hotspot boasts 15,000 square feet of fervor, featuring two floors and three rooms, each with their own VIP bottle sections and Funktion One sound systems blasting superstar talent from around the globe with an unparalleled audiovisual experience custom curated nightly.
Spanning several buildings and millions of square feet, the midwest's premier Halloween costume party is Masque. From the creators of Halloween classic the Haunted Kingdom, Masque is a masterfully curated event featuring Grammy-nominated Nadia Ali, top Detroit DJs, Cirque-style performers, fortune tellers, dancers, laser shows, confetti cannons, Co2 jets, a VIP section, and plenty of tricks and treats.
Remember all the buzz about the Tupac hologram performance at 2012's Coachella? Well, these are they guys behind that game changing phenomenon. Other famous hologram appearances: the band members of ABBA on exhibit at their Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, Usain Bolt accepting his World Sportsman of the Year Award in Brazil as if he were there in person, and a parade of other superstars, royalty, world leaders and deceased pop icons. Let's just say, thanks to Hologram USA we are officially living in the future.
MoeKnowsBest is not for everyone. MKB is a high-end graphic design brand, specializing in nightlife and entertainment brand development. MKB cultivated that hot nightlife style, setting the industry standard 10 years and counting. By consistently delivering that sexy Miami feel, club owners, DJs, and promoters have come to rely on MKB for their marketing and promo materials. His superior creative process, paired with his industry expertise, proves MoeKnowsBest as the best in the game.
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