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The Wynn and Encore Hotel properties in Las Vegas have announced their 2015 DJ lineups for both nightlife and daylife parties. The talent roster is impressive, as is always expected for the Wynn party spots that include XS Nightclub, Tryst Nightclub, Surrender Nightclub, and Encore Beach Club. Their announcement video is done quite differently this year, and in 2015 you will be able to enjoy the following artists:

Alec Monopoly, Arty, Avicii, Cazzette, David Guetta, Dillon Francis, Diplo, DJ Snake, Flosstradamus, Grandtheft, Jermaine Dupri, Kaskade, Laidback Luke, Lil Jon, Major Lazer, Manufactured Superstars, Martin Solveig, Miss Nine, RL Grime, Ryan Lewis, Skrillex, Slander, TJR, Tommy Trash, Will Sparks, Wolfgang Gartner, Yellow Claw, Zedd

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The best way to experience Las Vegas Nightlife is from the comfort and luxury of your own table in the VIP section, and Bank Nightclub features a variety of tables on, off and around the dance floor, perfect for entertaining friends or making new ones!

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Sun, Mon –   Buy 1, Get 1  for Up to 5 Guys  
Buy 1 Bottle at Regular Price, Get 1 Free Bottle
 
 Sun, Mon  –   Buy 2, Get 1  for Up to 10 Guys
Buy 2 Bottles at Regular Price, Get 1 Free Bottle

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The best way to experience Las Vegas Nightlife is from the comfort and luxury of your own table in the VIP section, and 1OAK Nightclub features a variety of tables on, off and around the dance floor, perfect for entertaining friends or making new ones!

1OAK TABLE RESERVATIONS

Contact Us Today to Save Up to $400

Bottle Specials
Available for Limited Time Only

Sun, Mon –   Buy 1, Get 1  for Up to 5 Guys  
Buy 1 Bottle at Regular Price, Get 1 Free Bottle
 
 Sun, Mon  –   Buy 2, Get 1  for Up to 10 Guys
Buy 2 Bottles at Regular Price, Get 1 Free Bottle

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Contact Us Today to Save Up to $400

The best way to experience Las Vegas Nightlife is from the comfort and luxury of your own table in the VIP section, and XS Nightclub features a variety of tables on, off and around the dance floor, perfect for entertaining friends or making new ones!

XS TABLE RESERVATIONS

Contact Us Today to Save Up to $400

Bottle Specials
Available for Limited Time Only

Sun, Mon –   Buy 1, Get 1  for Up to 5 Guys  
Buy 1 Bottle at Regular Price, Get 1 Free Bottle
 
 Sun, Mon  –   Buy 2, Get 1  for Up to 10 Guys
Buy 2 Bottles at Regular Price, Get 1 Free Bottle

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When will Calvin Harris be in Vegas?

Dance producer Calvin Harris went from posting his music online to producing material for Rihanna and selling millions under his own name within a few years. A talented remixer and DJ as well, he has won Grammys and MTV VMA awards, broke Michael Jackson’s record for the most U.K. Top Ten singles from one album, and was named Forbes’ highest earning DJ in 2013.
Born on January 17, 1984, in the southern Scotland city of Dumfries, Harris was first attracted to electronic music in his teens and was recording bedroom demos by 1999. Two of these songs, “Da Bongos” and “Brighter Days,” were released as a 12″ club single and CD-EP by the Prima Facie label in early 2002 under the artist name Stouffer. With that single to his credit, the still teenaged Harris moved from Scotland to London, but as a very small fish in one of the world’s largest and most competitive ponds, Harris floundered; only one of his songs was released during his time in London, “Let Me Know” with vocalist Ayah on the Unabombers’ 2004 live-mix CD Electric Soul, Vol. 2.
Returning home to Dumfries, Harris began posting homemade solo recordings to his MySpace page. An A&R representative from EMI liked what he heard and signed Harris to the label in 2006. Following a pair of successful singles, Harris released his debut album, I Created Disco, in the summer of 2007. It featured two Top Ten hits (“Acceptable in the 80s” and “The Girls”), and climbed high in the album charts. Along with his work as a solo artist, including touring in front of a full live band, Harris quickly became an in-demand remixer — working on singles by Jamiroquai, Groove Armada, All Saints, and CSS. He also wrote and produced songs for Kylie Minogue’s 2007 comeback album, and collaborated with Dizzee Rascal on “Dance wiv Me,” which reached number one in the U.K.
“I’m Not Alone,” the first single from his second album, also hit number one upon release in April 2009, as did the album when it appeared that August. That album, Ready for the Weekend, topped the U.K. albums chart and peaked at number 12 on Billboard’s U.S. dance/electronic chart. Through 2011, Harris took on production work for Example, Tinchy Stryder, and Rihanna (“We Found Love,” a quadruple-platinum hit in the U.S.), while he also issued two more of his own singles (the Kelis collaboration “Bounce” and “Feel So Close”). Harris’ third solo album, 18 Months, was a collaboration-filled affair that featured “We Found Love” and “Bounce,” plus vocal spots from Ellie Goulding, Florence Welch, and Ne-Yo, among others. It was released in October 2012, hit number one on the U.K. albums chart, and reached number 19 in the U.S. Nine singles from the album went Top Ten in the U.K. — an astonishing feat. The following May, his songwriting was acknowledged when he was given the top Ivor Novello award. Forbes reported that he was the highest-earning DJ of 2013; according to the publication, he made 46 million U.S. dollars — 14 million more than runner-up Tiësto. Harris continued to roll and released “Summer,” the lead single for his fourth album, in March 2014. Collaborations with John Newman, Big Sean, and Hurts preceded the release of Motion that November. ~ Stewart Mason, Rovi

When will Benny Bennassi be in Vegas

Benny Benassi was born in Milan and is known world wide for his #1 hit Satisfaction. He works as a producer in collaboration with his cousin Alle Benassi, who has been a musician and arranger at Off Limits, in Reggio Emilia, Italy, the internationally successful production unit run by Larry Pignagnoli.
The first club hit was “I feel so fine” by KMC feat Dhany (N° 1 club charts UK) in 2001. This was followed by the BENNY BENASSI presents THE BIZ project, a ground-breaking mixtured of electro, techno and house dosed with minimalist flair.
The first single SATISFACTION, produced in 2002, made its presence felt in the main charts all over Europe in 2003. Some of the results:
– n° 2 in the Official Singles Sales Chart in UK
– over a month in the n° 1 spot in the Official Dance Chart in FRANCE
– top twenty Official Singles Sales Chart in FRANCE
– n° 2 in the Official Dance Chart in GERMANY
– top forty Official Singles Sales Chart in GERMANY
The record was highly acclaimed:
Timo Mass – I have it, crazy fuckin record….crowds love it!!
Carl Cox – Pure energy I love it!
Boy George – Dirty Electro house at it best
Darren Emerson – Norman Cook called abou this record and as soon as I heard it I loved it!!!
Roger Sanchez – Loved his mix of Tomcraft, his record is even better.
Paul Oakenfold – Benny has his own unique sound that works on dance floors across the world.

The album HYPNOTICA stayed in the top 20 in the Official Album Sales Chart in FRANCE for over a month, having reached the TOP 5.

Official European Dance Chart:
SATISFACTION and ABLE TO LOVE both went top 5 in the Official European Dance Chart

Benny and Alle then produced Benassi Bros, a project designed to shine the spotlight on the two Biz vocalists, Paul French and Violeta and other guest singers.
The track by Benassi Bros. feat. Sandy, “Illusion” and “Hit my heart” featuring Dhany were both monster top 20 sales charts hits in France and the album, PUMPHONIA, went gold in France.
Other hit singles taken from HYPNOTICA are “No matter what you do” and “Love is gonna save us”
Benny mixed SUBLIMINAL SESSIONS VI, for the famous New York label and, for the occasion, produced a track called “I want you to come” under the psuedonym BAT67. With this name he also remixed “Hot Tin Groove” by Rava and “Warman Whoreman” by Digitally Stoned People. He is the first European dj to have mixed a Subliminal Sessions compilation.

In 2003, Benny won a lot recognition
– number one in the Top 100 dance tracks on the Ministry of Sound Internet radio
– DJ MAG tune of the year in UK
– Revelation of the year – Italian Dance Music Awards
– Dance revelation of the year – Danish Music Award
– Nominated for international revelation of the year – NRJ Awards, France

In 2004,
– three nominations at Dancestar, Miami and won the best video award
– DjMag favourite DJ Poll Top 100: Benny is number 18, the highest new entry
– European Border Breakers Award for Hypnotica, the Italian album that sold most in Europe outside Italy

When Benny isn’t in the studio, he tours the world rocking clubs and events with his unstoppable energy.
His dj style is easy to describe…. it’s kinda electro, sort of house-tec, dirty and cool, sweaty and smooth….
Out now:
New Benassi Bros. single (“Make me feel” – feat. Dhany) and album “…Phobia”.
New compilation mixed by Benny : Gallery Session vol.1 for Duty Free Rec. , UK.

THE BIZ
THE BIZ is the stage name of Paul French and Violeta. They are heavily featured on the ground-breaking hypnotech album HYPNOTICA by Benny Benassi presents THE BIZ containing the hit singles SATISFACTION and ABLE TO LOVE.
They also feature individually on the Benassi Bros. tracks I LOVE MY SEX and DON’T TOUCH TOO MUCH.
Paul and Violeta bring their performances to life on stage with their highly original approach to voice and movement. Their performances have been variously described as hi-tech, robotic, sexy, sleazy, Kraftwerkish, hot and cold.
They have toured Scotland and USA where they performed twice for WKTU in New York, and in Philadelphia and San Antonio in Texas, among other places. They have also performed on Top of the Pops in UK and Viva Television in Germany. Since October, they have been touring in France, Germany and Austria extensively.

Selected discography Benny Benassi
Benny Benassi’s crucial remixes:
Tomcraft – “Loneliness”
Electric Six – “Dance Commander”
Outkast – “Ghetto Musik”
Robbie Rivera – “Funk a faction”
Goldfrapp – “Strict Machine”
Felix da Housecat – “Ready 2 wear”
Etienne de Crecy – “Someone like you”
Fischer Spooner – “Never win”

When will Bassjackers be in Vegas

“On a afternoon somewhere in the beginning of 2007 two friends decided to join forces, one Dj and one producer, both sharing great passion for house music… Bassjackers was born…!”

Bassjackers aka Marlon Flohr and Ralph van Hilst had not foreseen what was coming when they started out with their collaboration. Marlon was already Dj-ing for a while and Ralph experimented a lot with making different kinds of dance music. Marlon was mainly playing house music at the time and then the idea came to push Ralphs productions in that direction so that Marlon could play the tracks in his sets. The first track they were both satisfied with was “Beat Cut”.Biography from Wikipedia

When will Avicii be in Vegas

Cleverly using dance music blogs as the platform to launch his career, Tim Bergling, aka Avicii, has since become one of the most prominent producers on the burgeoning Swedish house scene.

Born in Stockholm in 1989, Bergling only started making music at the age of 18, writing and remixing tracks in his bedroom and then leaking them onto various blogs. Influenced by Daft Punk and Steve Angello, his melodic house sound gained a huge following, and led to support from Tiësto, who invited him to perform a weekly residency at Privilege in Ibiza, and Pete Tong, who released first single “Manman” through his Bedroom Bedlam label. After he remixed tracks for Little Boots, Robyn, and Dizzee Rascal, Bergling’s first mainstream release, the Ministry of Sound instrumental “Seek Bromance,” became a huge hit across Europe and later in the U.K., thanks to a vocal version featuring Amanda Wilson. In 2012 he released the song “2 Million” after reaching that number of followers on Facebook, while his single “Levels” and its accompanying video were nominated at that year’s MTV Music Video Awards.
Toward the end of 2012 he released his highly anticipated collaborative single with Nicky Romero. “I Could Be the One” was a smash hit and was featured heavily on reality TV shows and radio play across Europe. In 2013, Avicii teamed up with Ericsson and created the first “crowdsourced” track, which enabled the producer to connect to fans and promote his brand. The single “3 Million” was released to celebrate the three-millionth fan on his Facebook page. “Levels” was nominated for the Best Dance Recording at the 2013 Grammys but lost out to Skrillex & Sirah’s “Bangarang.” Ahead of his debut album True, he released the single “Wake Me Up” in June 2013. Featuring Aloe Blacc, it reached the top of the U.K. charts and confidently showed off his new musical direction, which was a more traditional style of pop. A remixed version of the album, True: Avicii by Avicii, arrived in 2014 and featured club-aimed versions of the same tracks. ~ Jon O’Brien, Rovi

“No longer is it a crime to mash a hip-hop acapella into a techno track. In this arena, A-Trak, aka Alain Macklovitch, leads the pack. The 26 year-old Montreal native rides the line between hip-hop and electronic beats in a refreshing hybrid of everything ass-shaking.” (BPM Magazine, issue 86)
Very few DJs can jump from club sets to high-profile festival performances, to Kanye West’s larger-than-life stadium shows with ease. In today’s DJ culture, A-Trak holds a truly unique place. He founded 2007’s most buzzworthy label, Fool’s Gold, with a mission to merge all aspects of club music. The manifesto for this fusion was outlined on his first official mixtape: Dirty South Dance, which set the tone for Trizzy’s very own production, each acapella or track re-edited to create something fresh. In a matter of a few months, his signature remixes (for, amongst others, Boys Noize and Simian Mobile Disco) and his original tracks (Say Whoa produced for Nike and released on Kitsune) and a collaboration with Laidback Luke (Shake it down) were gaining support from the likes of Erol Alkan, Busy P, DJ AM, Annie Mac, MSTRKRFT and Boys Noize. This year A-trak has created two critically acclaimed pace setting DJ mixes for US dance music giants Thrive (Infinity +1) and UK stalwarts Fabric (Fabric Live 45) and is about to embark on recording his debut solo record.

Not bad for a kid who many viewed as a 90’s turntablism prodigy. Indeed, Alain’s career began at age 15 when he won the 1997 DMC World Championships and proceeded to take home every other DJ title known to man. He then toured the globe, first alongside Q-Bert’s Invisibl Skratch Piklz and then with Craze and the Allies. In 2004, he was hand-picked by Kanye to be his tour DJ. A near decade of youthful meanderings was captured on his acclaimed DVD Sunglasses Is A Must.

Somewhere along the line, A-Trak also became a streetwear culture icon, collaborating with Nike, New Era, Kidrobot, Zoo York and pretty much every designer worth his salt. The last couple of years have seen him headlining tours with Diplo, The Rub, DJ Mehdi and Kavinsky, and of course his older brother’s band Chromeo. Add to that production for Chicago rap sensation Kid Sister and a strong, audible influence on Kanye’s Graduation album. His forthcoming solo debut is preceded by a 4 track EP collaboration with Armand Van Helden under the moniker Duck Sauce.

After years of scratching, accumulating air miles and dressing smart, A-Trak has finally become the man to call to make the kids dance. Ask him and he’ll tell you that this is the moment he’s been waiting for his whole career.

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