Since their debut, Disclosure has shown very innovative and creative takes on all aspects of their career, including their music and image. They took it upon their Facebook page to announce their latest venture, their 'Wild Life' series, which they describe as, "a series of very special shows, that we will play at.. along with friends, DJ's and artists that we admire most within music. It's something we will be taking all over the world, doing both one-off unique shows and events, whilst also bringing it to some of our favourite established festivals and clubs."
Friday, October 251337 Connecticut Avenue Washington DC
TEKA presents FUNKAGENDA at Lima Lounge. Doors open 10 pm - 3 am. Event is 21+. You can purchase tickets here for $15 (pre-sale price) then $20 for general admission price.
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Article by Haley Edelson
After a long day at the festival on Friday, and a few stints downtown to catch the after-parties, I found my self surprisingly upbeat, energetic, and overall ready for what Saturday would bring.
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!
The lineup for Electric Beach is:
When he first developed his recipe for success in 1993, it was a musical style unheard of and openly welcomed. Nearly three decades later, Tenaglia continues to lay down his heart-racing, blood-pumping beats worldwide. Come to The Surfcomber Pool to see Tenaglia and friends spin their freshest mixes for all to enjoy.
Anthony Rother, Glitch Mob, Benga and Marc "MK" Kinchen are among more than two dozen performers recently booked for Movement 2009, an annual electronic music festival that takes place each Memorial Day weekend in Detroit. The four acts join a roster of 60 DJs and live acts that already includes dance music heavy hitters such as the Prodigy, Afrika Bambaataa, Bassnectar, Derrick May, Carl Cox, Francois K, Z-Trip and Rick Wad.
The official festival runs from May 23rd until the 25th at Detroit's Hart Plaza, while The Prodigy will perform at an opening party on May 22 at the Fillmore Detroit.