Producer duo Sultan & Ned Shepard were nominated for the 'Best Recorded Remix' award for their remix of Bruno Mar's 'Locked Out Of Heaven' this past year. Now, someone's remixed one of their original songs, 'All These Roads,' and its possibly good enough to be nominated for a Grammy of its own.
The boys of Cash Cash came back to native NYC on Friday for one amazing kick ass night and Joonbug got to check it out!
Our feet hurt and we still hear the bass...that's gotta be a sign Joonbug had as great a night as everyone else at Pacha this Friday. The main floor was crowded with a mix of people ranging around 19-25. From hippie tops, eclectic band tees, Pacha gear and some just straight topless... people flooded in to see the trio.
Best friends and brothers Jean Paul Makhlouf, Alex Makhlouf and Samuel Frisch recently killed it with top hit Take Me Home ft. Bebe Rexa. This amazing group has gained international success and recognition for their great dance remixes.
The brother/best-friend trio from New York is starting the weekend the right way with a big Friday night show at Pacha. Whether it's one of their amazing original releases, like 'Overtime' and 'Take Me Home,' or any of the incredible remixes they've done for big names like Bruno Mars, Hardwell, and Krewella, if you've heard anything from Cash Cash, you know that seeing them perform will be money well spent. General admission tickets start at $25, but if you RSVP ahead of time, entry is free until 12 A.M. Doors open at 10 P.M. for ladies 19 and older, guys 21+.
If you're looking for some tunes to warm up to, look no further; Rachel Brown is here to turn up the heat, and make you move! The NYC-based songstress pairs her crystal-clear vocals with her band’s eclectic mix of exotic instruments like the talking drum, kora, and calabash, making jams that will have you feeling the beat in no time. Joonbug got the opportunity to chat with the chirpy Harvard grad about her sound, growing up in NYC, and more...
It might be cold outside, but a little wind and snow won't stop New York Fashion Week !. It's a lot like Christmas, except most of the gifts are designer, you receive way more than you give, and instead of singing along to cheesy holiday tunes, there's a sexy sampling of music guaranteed to make you feel like all the world's a stage and we're just here to watch you walk it up and down. So to help get you in the mood for NYFW, here's a little list of tracks to match the latest looks we'll see.
Gramatik - 'Torture' featuring Eric Krasno
The 2013 MTV EMA’s proved to be an out of this world night full of awesome, gif-worthy moments, killer performances, and cheery celebs. Redfoo kept the space party pumping all night as the show’s host. He stripped off his suit and slipped into his most comfortable attire (a shiny, tiny speedo), and later in the show managed to stage dive into the crowd. Miley lit up a joint on stage. Will Ferrell made an appearance as the infamous Ron Burgundy and provided laughs and awkward backstage interviews with celebrities. Eminem took home the Global Icon Award and reminded us why he is a “rap god.” But the performances are what really made the night an unforgettable one.
Bruno Mars has been chosen as the 2014 Super Bowl halftime performer. Mars made the official announcement on September 8 when he appeared on Fox NFL Sunday. He shared his excitement via Twitter by writing, “WE’RE GOING TO THE SUPER BOWL!!!!!!!”
Mars has been on tour promoting his second album, Unorthodox Jukebox, on his Moonshine Jungle Tour. He recently also won Best Male Video for his song Locked Out of Heaven at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.
Last night, MTV's annual Video Music Awards went down in no other than Brooklyn, New York at the new Barclays Center. With a theme based around the history and culture of the infamous borough, this award show was definitely something to see.
The show kicked off immediately with a performance by Lady Gaga. At this point no one is surprised by here unusual outfits, which she switched seamlessly throughout her performance of "Applause".
“So who wants to get wet? If you want to get wet make some motherf*cking noise!” Oh yeah, we want to get wet.
At 6 pm, just before David Solano entered the stage, hot pink paint sprayed generously form a hose onto an excited crowd. However, this was simply an introduction—basically a tease. It was the first paint- shooting of the evening, and it was used to get the crowd excited and wanting more. It worked. When David began, the energy level vastly increased and people began to show some real interest in what was taking place on stage. We heard tracks like Hardwell’s “Three Triangles (Losing My Religion),” Afrojack ft. Chris Brown’s “As Your Friend,” and a mashup of “Young, Wild and Free” (Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa ft. Bruno Mars) vs. “Mammoth” (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike). We also got to hear Solano’s latest track, “Loco.” But it wasn’t until R3hab & Solano’s “Do It (Life In Color Anthem 2013)” played that the real paint party began. Neon green and pink paint shot 40 feet into the crowd from guns, cannons, and hoses, in conjunction with thousands of pieces of white confetti. Appropriate.