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IN THE HOUSE
Tim Mason returns to Electric Beach

Tim Mason is a name to go unrecognized. After being signed to Size Records, he has seen an unbelievably successful year. This Saturday, Sept. 29th he will be spinning at Electric Beach, the weekly electronic music series at Santos Party House.

IN THE HOUSE
Size In The Park

This was no typical Saturday in Central Park. The Upper East Side was about to get christened by rave kids of all kinds and most importantly, by 1/3 of the Swedish House Mafia, Mr. Steve Angello. He brought his expertise in doing what he does best to the Size Matters event and put on one of the most memorable EDM shows New York City had seen the entire summer.

Rumsey Playfield was home to the sold out, 'Size In The Park,' with Steve Angello headlining along with mates from his Size Records, Third Party, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, AN21 and Max Vangeli. Making their NYC debut, Third Party dropped a lot of their own tracks including, "Thank You," feat. Loleatta Holloway and their remix of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, "Otherside." An impressive set to say the least, Sunnery and Ryan created an elaborate tone playing funky house tracks that no music lover could deny. They dropped classics like Joe Brunning's "Now Let Me See You Work," and the most refreshing bootleg of the whole set, Hardwell's "Spaceman" vs. Ultra Nate's "Free.” After, AN21 and Max Vangeli hit the stage shining with a set heavy on beats with original tracks like, “People Of The Night,” (feat.Tiesto) and "Fresh Start."

THE BAND AID
The New Sound of Rock 'n Roll

Have you ever felt what it's like to be on the cusp of something huge? Something that, if nurtured, encouraged, and let run wild, will be bigger than anything you could imagine? Well, take a listen to Capital Moustache and their wall of imagined sound and you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. With the self-release of their debut album Double Ghost, Capital Moustache tears through established genres of sound and have built a fiery, powerful space all their own. The best part is all of us are welcome to live there. It's time you met the new sound of Rock 'n Roll with it's pioneers Steve Discenza (lead guitar), Tom Matarazzo (rhythm guitar), John LaPolla (bass), Jim Roden (drums), and Leann Kalpakis (vocals).

GADGETS
Simon Cowell Creates Headphones

The X Factor judge we hate to love has revealed that he's parterned up with Syco Entertainment, his joint venture with Sony Entertainment, to design a line of headphones called "X Headphones."

"I've tried all of them, literally every single one. Sony and I set out to create the best headphone in the world. We are absolutely blown away by these. With the X headphones, it's like being in the recording studio when the records are made. The sound is that clear," Cowell said in a statement. The headphones are going for a nifty $299 and will be featured throughout the X Factor season.

Check out Engadget for a detailed review.

RAPPER'S DELIGHT
Barclays Center Brings New Life to Brooklyn

A new wave of culture is about to hit Brooklyn. The Barclays Center is finally openeing its doors to the public. Home to the re-named Brooklyn Nets, the arena is sure to bring a liveliness that the BK has been missing since the Dodger's parted ways for LA in 1957.

The cutting-edge 18,000 seat arena will be formally welcomed with a concert by co-owner of the Nets as well as Brooklyn's own, the one and only, Jay Z. The rap mogel will be taking the reigns with an eight night residency starting Friday, Sept. 28 until Oct. 6th.

Additional, upcoming events inlcude the Harlem Globetrotters, Barbra Streisand, SENSATION, John Legend and Journey.

CULINARY OCCASIONS
Madison Square Eats

Fall is finally descending upon us and of course, New York is filled with diverse and fun occasions to enjoy. One hap you probabaly won't be able to dismiss is the fall series of Madison Square Eats. The food stands will take over the Worth Square Area just west of Madison Square Park (on 24th and 5th Avenue). Grab some toothsome bites from notable restaurants around the city which include Roberta's, Charlito's Cocina, Florish Baking Company, Bar Suzette and many more. The vendors will be serving food daily from 11am-9pm starting this Friday, Sept. 21st and running through Oct. 19th.

THE SCENE
Shop The Night Away In SoHo

NYC shoppers, you're in for a sweet deal. Head down to SoHo for the third annual "Shop The Night Away" this Thursday, Sept. 20th from 5-9pm presented by OO.com. Event go-ers are not only treating themselves but also will be shopping for a good cause. A portion of event sales will be donated to charity in support of classrooms and students.

So, what are the perks? While supporting a good cause, shoppers will save up to 30% off the seasons newest styles. Choose your purchases wisely as there are 25 participating retailers including Michael Kors, Coach, Theory, Kate Spade, DVF, Scoop NYC, Solstice, AllSaints, Helmut Lang, MaxStudio, Links of London, LeSportsac, AG Adriano Goldschmied and many more!

THE BEAT
Madeon joins Born This Way Ball Tour

The18-year-old prodigy Madeon has just sparked attention with the announcement that he will be joining Lady Gaga on her "Born This Way Ball" tour.

Starting in January, the tour will kick off in Vancouver with the French DJ/producer accompanying Mother Monster on 17 of the North American dates as the main supporting act. The young talent has quickly risen to high ranks as a progressive house producer with hits like "Finale" and a new single, "The City," set to be released on Oct. 8th.

According to Gaga's website, the tour will also feature ZEDD as a supporting act. The German DJ/producer has gained immense notable talk in the EDM world for his smash hit, "Spectrum," which has received a slew of remixes. ZEDD is set to go on the last eight tour dates.

For more tour date information visit www.ladygaga.com.