Lady Gaga donates $ 1 Million To Red Cross

Born and raised in New York, Lady Gaga, has been busy on tour but that's not stopping her from giving back to her beloved NYC. With that said, she has announced a donation of $1 million to Red Cross to give back to her community that was devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

Over the weekend, Mother Monster took to her Twitter to express her concerns and posted the official announcement today on LittleMonsters.com writing:

Dillon Francis To Donate All Proceeds From Webster Hall Show

If you know Dillon Francis then you know he's pretty out there and doesn't give a f*ck or sh*t what you think about his wild antics and that's why he's just...awesome. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Dill made an announcement to his fans via newsletter that he will be donating all of the proceeds from his show at Webster Hall this Friday, Nov. 9 to the people affected by Hurricane Sandy while on his Wet & Reckless Tour.

Listen to his remix of "Where Did I Go" with Kill Paris below and to buy tickets to rage out AND support an amazing cause click here!

HQ Nightclub Announces 'Revel Nightlife Relief'

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, millions in the tri-state area were tremendously devastated, especially those in New Jersey where the storm hit hard. In an effort to raise funds for those affected in the local community, HQ Nightclub along with Angel Management Group, EMM Group and Revel have come together to initiate Revel Nightlife Relief.

Video Premieres for Skrillex & The Doors

Just a year after the release of the collaboration between dubstep master, Skrillex and notable rock band, The Doors, "Breakn' A Sweat," has finally received an official music video! The track is infused with heavy dubstep basslines along with hard hitting electro beats and contains a vocal sample from a 1960s interview with Jim Morrison. Also, the remaining members of The Doors and Skrillex lend their vocals on the the chants. The video proves to tell a highly eccentric and interesting story. Watch and tell us what you think in the comments sections below.

LA Riots To Spin Electric Beach

After a week off, Electric Beach is back and ready to shake things up again! The weekly series will feature LA Riots this Saturday with support from Mike Russ.

Since LA Riots broke out onto the scene in 2007, now comprised of frontman Daniel Linton, he reinvented a sound that intermixes influences of Indie Rock, Alt Dance and Electro music. Linton has maintained his underground credibility all while going on to remix some of music's biggest pop and rock labels. Linton has crafted the title track on Kylie Minogue’s “Boombox” album, remixed multiplatinum rock icons Weezer and pop-dance phenom Lady Gaga's "Born This Way", all while working on top-selling Sony Playstation games. Not to mention, he has also remixed tracks for a diverse roster of DJ/artists including Tiesto, Laidback Luke and Sidney Samson.

Techno Butterfly Makeup

Christian Dior has even caught onto the rise of rave culture. The prestigious fashion house featured vibrantly colored eyes adorned with colorful Swarovski crystals in their Spring/Summer 2013 runway show and aptly named the theme, 'Techno Butterly.' The line premiered at Paris Fashion Week to techno beats provided by DJ Carl Craig.

The Spring 2013 collection featured a ton of bold colors and distinct fabrics. But it was the makeup, done to perfection by makeup artist, Pat McGrath, that really sparkled. The models donned luminous colored eyeshadows topped off with the crystals to add extra shimmer. Purples, oranges, blues, greens, and turquoises were swept across the whole eyelid making a thick winged-tip at the end. Finally, McGrath enhanced the the look with black eyeliner, black mascara and Swarovski in Capri Blue, Jacinth, Indian Pink, Aurore and Chrysolite.

This look is one that will stand out on any occasion especially to add that special touch to your Halloween costume this weekend!

Jack Daniels To Launch Tribute Bottle To Frank Sinatra

Throughout his career, it would've been a rare occasion to see Frank Sinatra on stage without a glass of whiskey. The iconic singer is being tributed by the worlds biggest and popular whiskey brand, Jack Daniels, with a special label "Sinatra Select" ultra premium batch. Sinatra often reffered to JD as the "Nectar Of Gods" while toasting to his audience during his concerts.

The special whiskey is expected to sell for $150 per bottle at duty free shops along with high-end wine stores. The packaging will also feature a specially designed gift box and book about the relationship between Jack Daniel’s and Frank Sinatra.