DIM MAK RECORDINGS
Tuesday boozeday is quickly approaching, giving us yet another reason to rage face from sunrise to sunset. Here’s a list of the hottest parties happening:
Timmy Regisford had a dream 19 years ago, that one day, Club Shelter parties would be held around the world. Regisford made that dream a reality, starting off in New York City and now boasting an international network of Club Shelter events. Focusing on soulful house music, Regisford and his team of Shelter DJs are giving the Shelborne a night of old-school house music partying. Enter our giveaway now to get free admission to this WMC event and others at The Shelborne!
Newport Beach. Benihana. Women's Studies. Bruce Lee. All you need for the making of an international superstar DJ.
Introducing Steve Aoki, who returns later this month to satisfy a voracious Vegas with his monthly residency at XS Nightclub. The Newport-beach raised Aoki is no stranger to entrepreneurial endeavours; coming from the family that founded the Japanese cuisine chain Benihana, Aoki’s own hunger lead him to graduate with not one, but two, college degrees (Only a real-- smart-- man holds a B.A. in Women's Studies.) After running successful underground concerts out of his college apartment complex, Aoki went on to build his own record label in his early 20s, named Dim Mak, after his childhood hero, Bruce Lee. Dim Mak has discovered a variety of Electro House artists including MSTRKRFT, The Bloody Beetroots, and Mustard Pimp. Aoki's creative determination has melted into the fashion industry; he's designed lines for KR3W Apparel, Supra Footwear, headphones for WESC, bags with Burton, and brand new clothing range with his sister, Devon.
You didn’t think electronic music was going anywhere, did you?
Sounds of dub step and electro beats can be heard playing in the background of everywhere from shopping malls to restaurants these days; and that’s not even including your weekly house music hot spot. Festivals such as Coachella, Bonaroo, Electric Zoo, and Ultra have been getting rave reviews from electronic music enthusiasts, gathering tens of thousands of people every year. Although an amazing experience, these festivals tend to last for days, draining both mind and wallet. Taking that into consideration, the people over at Skullcandy are treating EDM fans to a one day festival to keep the music flowing beyond their stylish headphone gear.