Born in the dirty South, trap music has long been tied to strictly hip hop and rappers but as music is ever evolving trap has since become a sub genre of EDM thanks to Diplo, Flosstradamus and Baauer. To put it simply, trap can be classifed as hip hop intertwined with dutch house synths and basslines found in dubstep. If you're on the fence about delving into this particular type of music listen to the tracks below and see for yourself!
1. Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch - Sweet Nothing (Diplo Trapstyle Remix)
2. Major Lazer - Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix)
3. Azealia Banks - 212 (DjSliink Remix)
4. Zedd - Clarity (Ookay Remix)
Seems like everything the Kardashian fam touches turns to gold. Well, Kim, Khloe and Kourtney's entrepreneurial habits sure seem to be trickling down to their younger sibs, Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Kendall was scouted to walk the catwalk last year with her sister Kylie following not too far behind and now the sisters have landed another modeling campaign, posing for the Car Mar denim lookbook for LF Stores. Carmar is a California inspired line where you can find laid back washed and vintage inspired looks.
Kylie took to her personal blog and said, "Check out Kendall and I in the Car Mar Denim Look Book for LF Stores! I looove the clothes and had such a fun time on this shoot! Take a look at some of our fave pics."
Do you love vibrant, colorful art infused with flowers, hippie vibes, all with an eclecctic twist? If so, then you have to check out a s p a r t a m e. Hidden deep in the world of Tumblr, lies a page dedicated to debonair works of art that are vivacious yet peaceful at the same time. Joonbug was able to get in touch with the mysterious maven behind aspartame (who prefers to remain anonymous) and get a glimpse of what inspires her artisically.
Do you do custom work?
I do! I’ve done portraits, tattoo designs and various creations. I love playing around with others’ ideas and seeing what I can make out of what they see in their mind.
Do you have any other hobbies besides art?
I enjoy photography, music, as well as talking to plants and sky watching
Overall, how would you describe yourself as an artist? What type of things do you love and what inspires you?
Yet again, Monday dawns on us, however, we're readying up for Halloween weekend which has quickly crept upon us. Whether you are mixing with mischeif makers at a revelrous get together or dabbling into your inner devilish side, this Halloween inspired playlist comes with a vampish twist to set the mood for a debacherous night! Still no set plans? Joonbug's got you covered so don't forget to check out the extended list of parties here!
1. Big Bad Wolf- Duck Sauce
2. Thriller-Michael Jackson (Audio Jacker Remix)
3. Ghost Busters- Ray Parker Jr. (DJ Jacob Kitchen Remix)
4. Highway To Hell - AC/DC (SOLOVOX Remix)
5. Superstition-Stevie Wonder (Gooffee Remix)
6. I Put A Spell On You- Screamin' Jay Hawkins (RAFII Remix)
In 1992, Michael Capponi, dubbed "The SoBe Prince" of nightlife, launched a swanky Thursday night party called LUSH at The Butter Club. At the time, South Beach was experiencing a revitalization period and soon would grow into the party scene that it has become today, a trendy mecca for nightlife and music. With much credit to Capponi for reshaping SoBe's nightlife, his infamous Thursday night party would go down as one of the most legendary parties to hit South Beach ever.
Seasons come and go, but nightlife only evolves. In proper cyclical fashion, Capponi is back to his roots that started it all. Revamping LUSH with heavy hitting nightlife partners in tow; Michael Martin Angel, Matt Werner and Brett Weithorn, the rebirth ignites this Thursday with a pre-party in the Bohemian Grove at 10:30 p.m. followed by the debut of the newly renovated WALL Miami in The W Hotel. Catch sounds by DJ Affect along with live instrumentals, collective energy and lights.
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Known as having one of the best nightlife scenes in the world, one group that remains a top source of pride in NYC consists of DJs that really make each night out one that is lucrative. Each set exudes each DJs quirk and passion making them a vital prescence in nightlife forever. We've rounded up some of our favorite DJ sets from NYC localite's that make us realize why we love going out in this city.
1. DJ BAMBI, BAMBICAST (Episode 002): Jam out to this killer set filled with huge progressive beats. Bambi constantly delievers potent big room house tracks fit for a festival but work like a charm for the dancefloor.
First things first, you better recognize that Steve Aoki stays true to his wild ways even when inside a hotspot like NYC's Lavo Nightclub. Thursday night might have as well been a stage at a festival because that's the type of vibes that went on all night long.
Drawing in tons of party-goers, Lavo filled in quickly to the opening sounds of progressive house Queen, DJ Bambi, who kept it going full force churning out the best of the best in big room house beats until 1am. As the lights dimmed and music dulled, Steve Aoki approached his throne for the night and produced an impeccable two hour set that was nothing short of stunning.