If the name Innerpartysystem doesn't ring a bell, then it's highly unlikely you're familiar with former member Kris Barman, now known as Wuki. Since the electro-rock group announced their hiatus back in 2011, Wuki has been tinkering with the electronic music production that made songs like Innerpartysystem's 'Don't Stop' vastly popular, and transforming them into a unique blend of booty shaking break-beats with clever hints of electro sprinkled in for good measure. After a steady stream of bootlegs, remixes, and iintermittent releases on Teenage Riot, Warpath, and Sex Cult, Wuki made his OWSLA debut January 7th with his new Framework EP.
When you’re on vacation, or out at a club, what kind of amenities do you look for?
The little chocolates on the pillow are always appreciated and the ever flowing rotation of warm fluffy towels are quite nice, but familiar.
New at the Trump SoHo, comes the Summer Reading program, which encourages guests to relax by the Bar D'Eau's pool deck with a Kindle Touch that they give you.
Pre-loaded with magazines and popular novels straight from Oprah’s summer picks, the glare-proof gadget is offered at a starting, and perhaps startling rate of $395 a night. Prospective guests should learn to speed read because the Kindles cannot leave the pool area!
Nivea Unveils Launch of New Years Eve "Kiss of a Lifetime" Contest! New Years Eve is perhaps one of the most celebrated evenings in all of New York City and everyone knows that Joonbug.com is the resource for the most detailed, up-to-the minute and sizzling-hot information regarding the hottest & hippest New Years celebrations and soirees. When I heard about this new interactive, exciting and romantic contest, I just had to share it with the 'Glam Damn It' readers. After all, this sparkling night is all about that magical kiss as the ball drops over the city that never sleeps (in addition, the prizes are quite amazing).
What's all the commotion? People in the city got quite the surprise this morning outside Madison Square Garden. Cameras were rolling and security took on the intrigued crowd head on. As this joonbugger took to the steps it was clear that a movie was being filmed. If being tested on that assumption, the words 'You're fired!' would have snapped back.
Hello, Donald Trump! The billionaire stepped out from security into a clear line of vision only five feet
away. The hair didn't look too bad but makeup artist, please stop powdering his face. It's not tanning season anymore.
Canadian native and 2010 Juno Award winning artist, Drake, will be performing to a nearly sold out crowd at the James L Knight Center on Monday, September 20 and Tuesday, September 21. Following his encore performance on Tuesday night, he will be throwing his official after party at the ever popular, ever trendy South Beach hot spot, LIV. You won’t want to miss out on this special evening, when Stevie J and Don P will be dropping the latest in chart topping hip hop tracks. Doors open for the epic after party at 11 pm.
When he's not in love with strippers or spending his time on a boat, T-Pain likes to dabble in some DJ'ing. The rapper, who is noted for his use of the robotic sounding auto-tune, will be appearing at LIV on Sunday June 6 to do a DJ set.
While I'm sure we'd all love to hear him sing, (if you can call it that) his duties will be mostly confined to the tables for the night, but expect to hear him drop a few of his tracks nevertheless. Don P, the resident DJ at LIV will be there as well. Maybe if you're lucky, T-Pain might even buy you a drank.
America has watched The Donald fire countless employees on NBC's reality show The Apprentice over the last six years as the contestants' dreams of working for Trump were trumped. For the past three seasons, The Apprentice has gone Hollywood featuring celebrities competing for charity (including my homestate humiliation Rod Blagojevich currently). But Trump plans on a return the show's roots with its tenth season, once again featuring regular business owners, managers, and executives.
Under the pretense of a moveable marketing campaign, real estate mogul and Apprentice star Katrina Campins uses her former employer's advice to seismically shakeup the industry she reigns over at only 25 years old. In Miami, real estate and namesake mean the difference between being affluent or simply average. Campins certainly has mastered both creative talents by maintaining a fierce network of awe-inspired developers and contractors while eminating charm and charisma which characterize the now-famous Campins surname. Under the direction of Apprenctice producer and development tycoon Donald Trump, Campins graces the nightlife of Miami not to enjoy pricey cocktails at such aristocratic destinations as the Gansevoort South, but to procure prospective clients and woo young executives with her Fifth Avenue designer garments and flashy jeweled accessories.
After reality television, bouts with Rosie O’Donnell, Barbara Walters, and Khloe Kardashian have all failed to keep Donald Trump news worthy, he has found his next publicity stunt victim: ESPN. Why? Because Trump and his team, the New Jersey Generals, were sick of the “minor leagues” of football (the USFL) and wanted to be admitted into the majors (the NFL).
Trump is interviewed in the most recent documentary by ESPN and Mike Tollin, and was quoted as calling the USFL “small potatoes.”