Tag Archives: Party

Playlist: July 4th Independence Day Special

3 Jul

The long holiday weekend has arrived! In honor of America’s birthday, here’s 19 hours worth of music to play during your drive, bbq, pool party, or just laying around. A little old, a little new, some fast, some slow, definitely bands you’ll recognize, others you wont but in the end, it’s all over the place and I think you’ll dig it. Hit the shuffle button and press play Enjoy! Happy Independence Day!


Junes Tunes: DoYouHearTheMusic.com June 2013 Playlist

13 Jun

Right in time for summer, here is another installment of Junes Tunes! The 2013 edition dives into Life is Beautiful. If you missed the playlist we put out right after announcing the lineup, click HERE. Featuring performers who will appear at the inaugural Life is Beautiful Festival, this list includes everyone from The Killers and Kings of Leon, Beck, Imagine Dragons, Pretty Lights, Empire of the Sun and Jurassic 5 down to Cayucas, HAIM, Family of the Year, Poolside, twenty one pilots and more! I hope you enjoy!


2013 Life Is Beautiful Lineup Video and a Special Message from Imagine Dragons

5 Jun

Ok, I’m back!  No more secrets about the initial lineup for Life Is Beautiful, October 26-27 in Downtown Las Vegas!  Below is our announcement video.  Hope you like it!

Also below is a special message from Las Vegas’ own, Imagine Dragons, who will be coming home to play the Festival this fall!

Coming to Las Vegas: Spring Break Live

14 Mar

Alright alright, it’s Spring Break 2012 which means here in Las Vegas things start to kick into high gear with the pools open, temperature rising and of course plenty of live music.  Thanks to Red Bull Las Vegas, things just got a whole lot better as starting March 22 there is an action packed two-week schedule that has some BIG rising stars from The Hundred in the Hands and The Keyboard Kid to The Limousines, Jaramiah Red and The Fling.  Hopefully you can make it to some of the shows; it’s going to be a wicked awesome time. See below for the full lineup and where to catch the performances.


3/22 – Lynyrd Skynyrd – Hang from the Sky (Las Vegas) & Crash Kit (Las Vegas)

3/23 – Monte Carlo Pool – DJ Jerzy (Chicago, B96FM) w/ Supercr3w

3/23 – NY NY Bridge – Big Sir (Los Angeles), The New F-O’s (Phoenix), DJ Jerzy (Chicago)

3/24 – Luxor Pool – The Fling (Los Angeles), Mad Planet (Los Angeles), Weird is the New Cool (Phoenix)

3/24 – NYNY Bridge – The Hundred in the Hands (New York), The Keyboard Kid (Seattle)

3/24 – Tabu – DJ Earworm (S.F.)

3/29 – Ignite – DJ Evil One (Los Angeles)

3/30 – Moorea Beach – Dim Mak presents AutoErotique (Toronto) & PeaceTreaty w/ Metric & Bones (Los Angeles)

3/30 – NY NY Bridge – The Limousines (San Francisco),  Jaramiah Red, O.C. Music Awards winner  & DJ Evil One

3/31 – Wet Republic – Ryan Sheckler

3/31 – Dick’s Last Resort – Roxy Gunn Project (Las Vegas)

3/31 – LAX Nightclub – Mix Master Mike



Video: Where’s The Party? presented by Carlsberg featuring Axwell

15 Nov

Thanks to the fine folks at Carlsberg, beer isn’t the only reason why you should love them.  Check out this killer video from their Where’s The Party? promotion from this past summer featuring Axwell.  Sick video and I’m sure like me, you’ll want to be there next year.  Carlsberg and Axwell teamed up to visit Gothenburg, Stockholm, Bastad and Visby as part of the quest to bring a slice of Miami and Ibiza to Sweden.

Video: Marching Band Performs LMFAO “Party Rock Anthem”

5 Oct

Hands down one of the best marching band performances I have seen. Love that the Ohio University Marching Band performed their rendition of LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” at halftime of the recent football game. Genius and entertaining!

Countdown to Bonnaroo: 14 Days – Artist of the Day: Girl Talk

26 May

Two weeks from today Bonnaroo gets under way and what better artist to crank the party up but Girl Talk.  Five albums of mashup and sampling bonanza later, Gregg Gillis is currently one of the most sought after DJs with each show filled with inflatables, toilet paper launchers, balloons and of course, music mayhem.

I remember years ago reading an article about Gillis and learned how he was an engineer by day and DJ by night and without anyone at work knowing, would hop a plane (at times to Europe), play a couple parties and be back in the office Monday morning.  Here’s an article from Pitchfork back in 2007 that may shed some light on the beginnings of Girl Talk.  Besides liking the music, I thought his story was incredibly intriguing.

Sure to be one of the most anticipated late night sets of the festival, straight from String Cheese it will be to see Girl Talk.

Saturday 2:30 AM – 4:00 AM – This Tent