This is the latest and greatest threat to the security of the internet, and the dance music world, we've ever seen. Notorious EDM masterminds DallasK and Henry Fong have conspired together to create a track so dangerous, it would be blackmail to even suggest you hadn't heard it yet. This 'Blackmail' scam of theirs has been making its way around the world fast through the internet since its release on April 11th via Ultra Records, and it doesn't seem to be slowing down.
Adventure Club stopped by Webster Hall this past Friday on their Superheroes Anonymous Tour. With hundreds of fans in attendance, Adventure Club along with Dallas K, Hunter Siegal and DVBBS put on a show that is definitely one for the books.
Before the show even began, the energy outside of Webster Hall was intense as fans were waiting to get inside and be amazed. To start, Dallas K and Hunter Siegal took the stage and got the crowd pumped up and ready to rage. Once DVBBS came on, their energy and animated interaction with the crowd got everyone jamming. As soon as DVBBS dropped their super hit “Tsunami” the crowd absolutely lost it after the first drop. DVBBS continued to get the crowd going wild with hits like “Stampede” and “We Are Electric” while occasionally stepping out from behind the mixers, and sometimes jumping on top, to get closer to the audience and add to their energy.
Whether we'll ever admit it or not... we're kinda addictied to some Top 40 songs out there. They blast across radio stations but luckily, for all the EDM aficionados out there, you can rely on those who take those radio tunes and put a twist on them. Whether it be a dubstep or electro beat--these remixes can easily be added to your guilty pleasure playlists!
1. Ke$ha - Die Young (Dallas K Remix)
2. Taylor Swift - I Knew You Were Trouble (PHYNX Remix)
3. Rihanna- Diamonds (Congorock Remix)
4. Bruno Mars - Locked Out Of Heaven (EY3LEX REMIX)
5. Justin Bieber feat. Nicki Minaj - Beauty And A Beat (DJ Igor PradAA Remix)
Benny Benassi, Italian DJ/producer of legend, penned what must be the most recognizable dance track of the past ten years. Don't believe me? Here:
See? Anyway, y'all probably knew that already. Since then, Benassi has been hard at work, delivering club anthems for more than a decade. Winning a Grammy for his remix of Public Enemy's "Bring The Noise," Benassi has enjoyed critical success as well as the utter and unflinching devotion of his fans. He is constantly touring the world, playing the biggest festivals and most popular clubs in cities from NY to Milan, Tokyo to Moscow.
Looking to branch out of the Dallas scene? 8.0 – pronounced “eight-oh”, for all you rookies out there – is hands down one of Fort Worth’s best-known hot spots. Located on Sundance Square downtown, the bar features daily food and drink specials in addition to their killer happy hour and live music setup.
The bar boasts a lively, yet laid back atmosphere, made possible by the frequent live bands and local art on display. The eclectic menu features delicious food and an incredible variety of wine, beer and original mixed drinks and martinis. The specials change daily, but happy hour is every Monday to Friday from 3-7 p.m. There are two happy hour staples for this writer – a $3 “8.0 Blue Thing” and half-priced chicken quesadillas.
As one of the Metroplex’s best-known Tex Mex spots, Blue Mesa Grill is the proud host of arguably the best happy hour in the Metroplex. Each location hosts Happy Hour at their tequila bar, which features enough variety of tequila to make your head spin, but don’t be overwhelmed. When in doubt, Blue Mesa’s signature Blue Margarita is always a tasty choice. The fun atmosphere and delicious drink menu is complemented by fresh, made-to-order complimentary quesadillas and warm chips and salsa.
To add to the fun, each location celebrates a specific distillery every second Tuesday of the month. These “second Tuesday” parties offer free tastes and delicious fresh fruit margaritas on a discount. The tequila bar prides itself on using only locally-grown fresh fruit in their margaritas – and yes, you can taste the difference.