JULY 2011

BT at Marquee Nightclub on July 9 & 29

Friday, July 1

After releasing his first album “Northern Lights” in 2010, scoring the number one spot on US iTunes within hours of its debut, Gareth Emery continues his onslaught with an award-winning podcast of more than 100 episodes over the last four years, recently releasing the official remix of Britney Spears’ newest single, “I Wanna Go,” and his own album featuring Lucy Saunders, “Fight the Sunrise” out last May. His “Maldives (Original Mix)” is set for release this month.

Emery is joined by Chicago-native Blake Jarrell, whose own monthly “Concentrate Podcast” features signature mix sets and special international guests. With a schedule that sees him flying between Ibiza, Dubai, Singapore and Los Angeles, he continually releases new original music and remixes, some of which will premiere this month at Marquee Las Vegas.

Also joining the lineup is Rank 1. Formed in the Netherlands in 1997, Rank 1 is widely regarded as one of the originators of the Dutch trance sound. Their biggest hit is the 1999 track "Airwave", which reached #25 in the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart. The duo’s tracks "L.E.D. There Be Light" and “Symfo” have been chosen to represent a number of music festivals worldwide.

Saturday, July 2

Remixed and specially edited versions of his classics have just been released on the compilation ‘Strictly Dirty South,’ but this Serbian-Australian DJ is far from slowing down. Known for his Grammy-nominated remix of Temper Trap’s “Sweet Disposition” with Axwell last year, Dirty South returns to Marquee every month for his epic Starphazing residency, which continues to showcase his signature dark house sound among stunning visuals and costumed dancers -- see it for yourself in “Dirty South at Marquee Las Vegas” on YouTube.

Dirty South is joined by Avicii, who has established himself as one of the leaders of electronic dance music, after having won the International Dance Music Award for Best Breakthrough Solo Artist and being named Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2010 by Tiësto. Avicii lives up to his hype, smashing remix after remix and establishing himself as a cornerstone of house music with his original sound, which can be previewed on his Soundcloud. “It’s just amazing to see how much EDM is growing in the States in general, especially in Vegas” he says of his frequent dates at Marquee. Watch the full interview “Avicii atMarquee Nightclub Las Vegas” on YouTube.

Saturday, July 2
ERICK MORILLO with Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano @ Nightclub

A regular in the Top 5 on Beatport, Erick Morillo’s newly released single “Stronger” featuring Eddie Thoneick and Shawnee Taylor from his 2010 album, ‘Live Your Life,’ promises to soundtrack the summer. After launching his own label Subliminal in 1997, Morillo now has a regular Sessions Podcast, while continuing to fill dance floors worldwide.  Known especially for his Subliminal Sessions residency in Ibiza every summer, Morillo faithfully returns to Vegas for Subliminal Sessions at Marquee -- a futuristic affair featuring spectacular custom videos and glow-in-the-dark costumed dancers. (Take a peek with “MarqueeLas Vegas: Erick Morillo” on YouTube.)

Opening the night are Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, an energetic Dutch duo who match soulful vocals with deep and funky house. When not performing all over the globe, they can be found in their Amsterdam studio coming up with one dancefloor destroyer after another. Their 2008 debut tracks include “Pina” and “Lift U Up feat. Reese & Chappell,” after which Steve Angello scooped up “Traffic” and “Snitch” for release on his Size Records label. The duo has also made several remixes for the likes of Sander Kleinenberg (“This Is Our Night”), Kaskade (“Dynasty”) and Diplo ft. Busta Rhymes (“C’mon”).

Sunday, July 3

An electronic music pioneer since the ‘90s, Fatboy Slim has continually reinvented performances and recordings, playing as Beats International, Freak Power, and most recently as Brighton Port Authority, but now returns to his original stage name, headlining Detroit’s Movement Festival, playing a set at Glastonbury 2011, and returning for his 3-month residency Fatboy Slim Las Vegas Take Over at Marquee Dayclub. With his debut turning into a truly unique experience due to crazy weather (watch the event unfold in “Fatboy Slim at Marquee Las Vegas” on YouTube), the ever-intrepid Fatboy Slim is ready to bring the spirit of Brighton Beach back to the Strip again. With exclusive re-edits of his iconic tracks (think “The Rockafeller Skank” meets The Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction”) and a no-holds-barred musical approach that takes in everything from Latin Samba to big-room house, Fatboy Slim’s July Take Over will be where the fireworks really are on Independence Day Weekend.

Sunday, July 3

After a rousing performance at Marquee Dayclub to set off the weekend, EC Twins return to complete the weekend at the Nightclub, electrifying the dancefloor with energetic performances of their European dance-influenced house music. Outside will be Dutch duo Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano bringing back their soulful vocals with deep and funky house for a second appearance.

Monday, July 4
ERIC D-LUX @ Nightclub

Straight from Los Angeles, Power 106 DJ Eric D-Lux first gained national recognition with his “Buko Breaks Vol 1-3” mixtape with Big Syphe. With his raw, up-beat, and straight-from-the-streets personality, Eric D-Lux continues to drop mixtapes (which have gained recognition from XXL Magazine and MTV), run the underground scene and bring dancefloor destroyers to Marquee Las Vegas every Monday. But don’t be fooled into thinking he’s a one-act show: “Personally,” he says, “I think I’m a better dancer than I am a DJ. I’ve been DJing 13 years; I’ve been dancing 14 years.” Watch his moves in “Eric D-Lux MarqueeMonday: Watch Me Dance” on YouTube.

Friday, July 8
MITCH LJ @ Dayclub

New York City-based Mitch LJ hails from the south of France, where he learned jazz piano, saxophone, drums and percussion at a young age. His DJ career began in 2000 in St. Tropez’s most renown clubs, after which he quickly became a sought-after DJ by top venues throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America. Now signed to Camel Rider Music / Strictly Rhythm, Mitch is releasing original material and remixing some of the biggest artists in the world. His brand of sexy, uplifting house music is set to inspire poolside revelers at Marquee Dayclub this month.

Friday, July 8
EC TWINS @ Nightclub

After first finding success as the creators and promoters of Edinburgh House Music hot-spot Eye Candy, the EC Twins have carried over the same ambition into their new goal to popularize electronic music in America, as both producers and DJs themselves. Their newest release, “Say Yes” with Remy Le Duc, hit the Beatport Progressive House Charts’ Top 40, while their remix of “All Here Now” by David Garcia & High Spies featuring Sarah Tancer is climbing the Billboard Dance Charts top-most ranks. With numerous upcoming remixes on various labels in the works, including the highly anticipated re-work of Dirty Vegas’ “White Doves,” this British duo promises to keep exciting audiences at Marquee with old school soul and 80s electro. “It’s the best club, the best soundsystem, the best lineup of DJs, and we’re in that lineup of DJs, so we couldn’t be happier,” they say.

Saturday, July 9
EDX @ Dayclub

Productive and successful for more than a decade, Italian-native EDX first hit people's radars in 1994 with various mix tapes that circulated around the globe. EDX's remix CV includes re-works for the likes of Deadmau5, Mary J Blige, Bob Sinclar, Axwell, Armand van Helden, Steve Angello, Roger Sanchez, Laidback Luke, Armin van Buuren, Kool & The Gang, Kaskade, Funkagenda and Lauryn Hill, just to name a few. His productions are played by David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Armin van Buuren, Swedish House Mafia, Roger Sanchez, Axwell, Tiesto and more. In 2010, EDX released hit after hit, continuously topping the Beatport charts. With a highly anticipated album on the horizon, as well as numerous remixes coming up, EDX is taking 2011 by storm with his productions, starting with his newly-launched No Xcuses radio show and appearance at Marquee Las Vegas. Get a sneak peek: “EDX at Marquee Nightclub, Las Vegas

Saturday, July 9
BT + EDX @ Nightclub

Grammy-nominated composer and technologist BT is one of the most cutting-edge artists and producers with a dizzying array of musical styles. Whether composing intricate scores for blockbuster films such as Fast & Furious and the Oscar-winningMonster, writing and producing for Sting, David Bowie, Britney Spears and Madonna, or creating cutting edge software tools from scratch, BT is at the heart of it all. Juxtaposing memorable songwriting with sonic innovation and hand-designed technologies, BT crafts classically influenced, electronic overtures, which can be heard on his Sirius XM radio show ‘Laptop Symphony.’ Check out his interview “BT at Marquee Las Vegas” on YouTube. BT is joined by EDX, who plays earlier at Dayclub.

Monday, July 11
ERIC D-LUX @ Nightclub

Eric D-Lux returns to Marquee Nightclub for his weekly Monday residency.

Friday, July 15
ANDY MOOR @ Dayclub

Grammy-award nominated Andy Moor is a groundbreaking DJ and producer in the electronic dance music scene. In his illustrious career, Andy has established a distinct, edgy and creative sound that is all his own. This sound, combined with his technical perfection, led him to be highly ranked in the DJ Mag Top 100 for the past 6 years. In 2009 he was nominated for the DJ Awards, in 2006 he won “Best Dance Record” at the International Dance Music Awards, and in 2004 he won both “Best Trance Producer” and “Best Trance Track.” Owner of the highly respected AVA Recordings record label, producer of the ‘Moor Music podcast’ and producer & remixer to the stars (including DJ Tiesto, Above & Beyond, Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne, Paul Oakenfold and more), Moor is working on his own artist album, but first he comes to Vegas to send soundwaves across the pool at Marquee Dayclub.

Friday, July 15
CHUCKIE @ Nightclub

With his co-remix (with Gregori Klosman) of “Stronger” by fellow resident DJ Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor’s just released, Chuckie continues to reign over the decks at his monthly Dirty Dutch Red Light District residency. After recently celebrating his 30th birthday bash at Marquee, he returns again to bring Amsterdam’s daring, sophisticated and sexy style to Marquee’s dancefloor. Witness the Dirty Dutch phenomenon -- famous for its addictive “house with an attitude influenced by hip-hop” sound and support from the likes of David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia and Pete Tong -- when it takes over the packed house at Marquee Nightclub.

Saturday, July 16
KLAAS @ Dayclub

In the last few years, Klaas has stamped his significant German electro house sound on remixes for artists such as Erick Morillo, Greg Cerrone, Eddie Thoneick and more. In 2006, Klaas cleared the way with his remix of Micha Moor’s “Space,” which turned into a worldwide success with support from Moby, Tiësto and David Guetta, and reached the number one on the Beatport chart. In 2008, Klaas’ remix of “Infinity” by Guru Josh also became an international sensation, earning him multiple gold and silver wards in Germany, the UK, Denmark and Norway, as well as a spot on the highly regarded DJ List Top 100.

Saturday, July 16
KASKADE @ Nightclub

Kaskade’s Marquee Las Vegas residency invites clubbers into a spectacular fantasy world, full of beautiful ballerina dancers and thrilling trance, house and pop music. “I like making the environment in the club more abstract, really listening to the music and feeling it and escaping. That’s been the theme: Let yourself go, come here, and enjoy.” he says. Towards that end, he has surprised the crowd with guests like vocalist Skylar Grey, and continues to build and refine his residency over time. (Check out the “Skylar Grey performs with Kaskade at Marquee Las Vegas” on YouTube). With a solid spot in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs, Kaskade also has several number one iTunes singles and earned headline billing at major music festivals around the world. Last year he released his sixth artist album ‘Dynasty,’ which debuted at number 4 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Albums chart.

Monday, July 18
VICE @ Nightclub

DJ Vice’s illustrious career started out at Los Angeles radio station Power 106, which gained him a fan in none other than legend Dr. Dre. Since then, he’s spun at the biggest parties worldwide, lent creative input to artists like Timbaland, Kanye and Pharrell, and opened two locations of his own sneaker store, CRSVR, one of which is located right inside The Cosmopolitan Hotel of Las Vegas, alongside Marquee Nightclub itself. DJ Vice is known for crossing genres with ease: not just hip-hop, but house, dance and rock music, too. Now a Las Vegas nightlife fixture, he spins regularly to a packed house at Marquee. Preview his addictive sound with his recent remix of Enrique Iglesias’ “Dirty Dancer” on Soundcloud.

Friday, July 22

One of America’s favorite house DJs, Donald Glaude has jumped up 20 spots within 5 years in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ -- and his genius continues to evolve. Glaude is known for sparking the rave scene in Seattle, and going on stamp his uncompromising style and innovation onto five full-length CDs, numerous remixes, dancefloor hits “Get Up” and “Soul Cha Cha,” and two record labels: Eden Recordings and Durty Records. Also experienced in playing bass, percussion and violin, Glaude’s musical mastery is evident every time he jumps on the turntables.

Friday, July 22
MAX GRAHAM @ Nightclub

Max Graham is known for his early trance hits “Airtight” and “I Know You’re Gone” as well as his 2010 vocal smashes “Sun in the Winter” and “Nothing Else Matters.” For his first full-length album, ‘Radio,’ he collaborated with none other than Markus Schulz. Graham also started his own acclaimed radio show entitled “Cycles Radio” on DI.FM. This year, he released “So Caught Up” with Neev Kennedy on his own label Re*brand Records. The track has received multiple plays on the biggest radio shows in the world, such as Armin van Buuren’s ‘A State of Trance’ and Above & Beyond’s ‘Trance Around the World,’ and was featured on Armin’s ‘A State of Trance 2001’ CD. With a signature brand of dance music focused on trance and progressive (but which incorporates great music from all genres), Graham’s energy when playing live is infectious.

Saturday, July 23

King of the Miami dance scene Cedric Gervais brings his floor-shaking talent back to Marquee Dayclub. Despite being in such heavy demand, Cedric still finds time to take his talents into the studio, with production credits that include working with Lenny Kravitz, Deep Dish and Steve Lawler just to name a few. His single, “Mauri’s Dream,” was Pete Tong’s Essential Tune of the Week three weeks in a row. Gervais recently released his highly anticipated second album ‘Miamication,’ with tracks featuring Mya, Second Sun and Rachel Starr. He has also re-launched his two record labels, Sleaze Records (specializing in house music)  and SleazeTech (specializing in techno and minimal), both of which are set to take the electronic dance music world by storm with a host of new talents. Check out the footage from last month’s poolside party in “Cedric Gervais atMarquee Las Vegas” on YouTube.

Saturday, July 23

After making waves at the pool party attended by guests like Nicole Scherzinger last month, Marquee resident and Grammy award-winning DJ Roger Sanchez returns for his Release Yourself residency, transforming the club into a sexy burlesque boudoir. Sanchez continues to add to his collection of dancefloor anthems with the release of his newest track "Worldwide" featuring Mobin Master and MC Flipside and has now also unveiled a set of banging remixes from Bobby Burns, Adrian Lux & Blende, Santos and Coucheron, all of which can be previewed on his Soundcloud. Sanchez’s status as the go-to DJ for pop/house hits is evidenced by his remixes of Maroon 5, OneRepublic Daft Punk, Diana Ross and No Doubt (which won him a Grammy). Out soon is his newest ‘Release Yourself’ compilation, a legendary house music mix series that has grown into an International Dance Music Award-winning podcast and global clubbing concept. Meanwhile, check out “Roger Sanchez atMarquee Las Vegas” on YouTube.

Monday, July 25
REDFOO @ Nightclub

Redfoo of LMFAO and his crew have been bringing madness to Vegas for his Party Rock Mondays residency at Marquee every month, with live vocal performances, customized videos, blow-up zebras, go-go dancers decked out in party rock gear and the perfect electro house party rock mix. See it for yourself in “Party Rock Marquee Monday” on YouTube. This wildly energetic and technically flawless DJ received a 2010 Grammy nomination for LMFAO’s debut album, ‘Party Rock,’ and has collaborated with some of the industry’s best, including David Guetta, the Black Eyed Peas, Lil Jon and Pitbull. Not to mention his hit remixes for Kanye West’s “Love Lockdown” and Katy Perry’s “Hot N Cold.” LMFAO recently released their second album ‘Sorry For Party Rocking,’ leading with the single “Party Rock Anthem,” which they have recently performed on ‘Lopez Tonight,’ ‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno’ and ‘So You Think You Can Dance.’

Friday, July 29

With an infectious energy behind the decks and a niche for producing some of the world's most explosive progressive and electro-trance tunes, Randy Boyer is one of the most established and sought-after DJs and producers in the United States. Outfitted with his own production studio, Boyer has carved himself a permanent position in the electronic dance music scene with numerous chart topping singles for music moguls at Ultra, Armada Music, Flashover, Vandit, Coldharbour, A State of Trance, Def Jam, Arista and Warner Brothers. In addition to his impressive DJ career, Boyer also joined forces with the late Eric Tadla and created the legendary duo EnMass, whose ground breaking production, "CQ (Seek You)" was dubbed by Armin van Buuren himself as "one of his favorite trance classics ever made." A true veteran of the game, Boyer is also the co-owner of EnMass Music, a brand new record label he launched with his good friend and industry partner, Darude.

Friday, July 29

A member of the infamous Swedish House Mafia with Axwell and Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso is responsible (along with Dirty South and David Guetta) for “How Soon Is Now,” which has become a modern day vocal house classic. His additional hit tracks include “Leave The World Behind,” an amazing re-edit of “Swimming Places” from Julian Jabre on Defected, a searing remix of “Jack You” with Steve Angello for Diddy and Felix (which was approved by Sean Combs himself) and many more. Last year Ingrosso co-wrote and co-produced “Cupid Boy,” one of the key electronic anthems on Kylie Minogues’s new number 1 album, further establishing his position as one of the world’s biggest dance music masters. Just recently, Swedish House Mafia debuted their epic remix of Coldplays’ new single “Every Teardrop is Waterfull,” which became an instant mega hit. After the amazing achievements of the past few years, Ingrosso’s ambition and talent show no signs of abating. He is joined at Nightclub by BT.

Friday, July 30
CHRIS LAKE @ Dayclub

In the last five years, Chris Lake has traveled the globe as a DJ and topped industry charts numerous times as a producer, all while chasing down the freshest beats around as a music lover. His previous singles “Changes,” “Only One” and “If You Knew” have all cracked the top ten on Billboard’s U.S. “Hot Dance Airplay” chart with 2007’s “Carry Me Away” topping the chart at #1. In 2010, Lake collaborated with good friend Deadmau5 for a Michael Woods remix of the song “I Said” which Pete Tong dubbed the first “Essential New Tune of the Decade.” He recently released “Secrets in the Dark,” an infectiously groovy house anthem, on his own imprint Rising Music. The track is available for free download on his Soundcloud.

Friday, July 30
ATB @ Dayclub

ATB returns to Marquee Dayclub after making a surprise appearance last month alongside Roger Sanchez and Dirty South. ATB has been a mastermind of the international music scene for almost 20 years, establishing himself as not only one of the world’s finest and most successful DJs, but also a highly talented producer and songwriter. With seven acclaimed studio albums, a greatest hits CD and DVD collection and seven DJ mix compilations, as well as countless singles to his name, ATB can justifiably claim to have developed his career as a musician and DJ in the most successful manner imaginable. His latest studio album, ‘Distant Earth‘ is no exception: ATB once again delivers an array of fantastic new songs, which transcend the genres of dance, trance and pop, with guest appearances from Armin van Buuren, Dash Berlin and more. “Las Vegas is an unbelievable city. I think that Vegas is the city with THE highest quality of entertainment on the globe and I am very proud to be a part of this.” he says of his Marquee residency. Check out more in “ATB at Marquee Las Vegas” on YouTube.

Marquee Dayclub & Nightclub Upcoming Dates
July 1 EC Twins @ Dayclub
July 1 Gareth Emery + Blake Jarrell + Rank 1 @ Nightclub
July 2 Dirty South + Avicii @ Dayclub
July 2 Erick Morillo with Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano @ Nightclub
July 3 Fatboy Slim @ Dayclub
July 3 EC Twins + Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano @ Nightclub
July 4 Eric D-Lux @ Nightclub
July 8 Mitch LJ @ Dayclub
July 8 EC Twins @ Nightclub
July 9 EDX @ Dayclub
July 9 BT + EDX @ Nightclub
July 11 Eric D-Lux @ Nightclub
July 15 Andy Moor @ Dayclub
July 15 Chuckie @ Nightclub
July 16 Klaas @ Dayclub
July 16 Kaskade @ Nightclub
July 18 Vice @ Nightclub
July 22 Donald Glaude @ Dayclub
July 22 Max Graham (TBD) @ Nightclub
July 23 Cedric Gervais @ Dayclub
July 23 Roger Sanchez @ Nightclub
July 25 Redfoo @ Nightclub
July 29 Randy Boyer @ Dayclub
July 29 Sebastian Ingrosso + BT @ Nightclub
July 30 Chris Lake @ Dayclub
July 30 ATB @ Dayclub

Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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