Shadows on the Hudson has announced their new Stereo Saturday resident DJ: Erik Floyd. The New York City-based producer and DJ is best known for remixing Grammy-nominated artists like Macklemore and Clinton Sparks; playing at venues including Gansevoort Park, Tenjune, and Catch; and deejaying for celebrities such as Derek Jeter, Will.i.am, and Kid Cudi. Floyd, who is a key player in the electronic music scene, has also performed alongside LMFAO, Lil' Jon, Rev Run, and Jermaine Dupri in the past. He even played at Usher's birthday!
This Saturday, September 29th from 2- 6p.m., hit Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club at South Street Seaport for a complimentary concert brought to you by Bud Light Lime showcasing the city’s hottest DJs like DJ Kiss, Jermaine Dupri and headliner, Swizz Beats.
Guess will not only enjoy ill beats under the NY sky but also overflowing cups of Bud Light Lime and food truck eats by Lukes Lobster and Roberta’s Pizza.
Space is extremely limited. So, it being FREE definitely RSVP. Arrive early and get ready to deny the onset of fall.
Miami Beach + some of the biggest names in music. It doesn't get much better than the Orange Drive Music Festival happening Friday December 30th - Sunday January 1st. Ocean Drive between 7th and 9th will be packed with people and entertainment celebrating both the New Year and the Orange Bowl.
Here's the full schedule:
December 30 - 7:00pm
- Boys II Men
- Pete Wentz and The Black Cards
- Gym Class Heroes
December 31 - 9:00pm
- DJ Irie
- Jason Derulo
- Jermaine Dupri (DJ Set)
Whether they were playing host, making special guest appearances, or just looking to party, celebrities flocked to Vegas to celebrate New Year's Eve last Thursday. Here's the rundown of the hottest ways celebs rang in 2010.
Black Eyed Peas at LAX
Fergie and husband Josh Duhamel stayed close throughout the night once they arrived at LAX in the Luxor. Black Eyed Peas member Apl.De.Ap entertained the crowd with his spinning while the rest of his band mates (minus the love-birds) cheered him on from the DJ booth.
In support of their upcoming album, Raditude, due to hit stores on November 3, the nerd-rock band Weezer will be touring in select cities this fall. With sold out shows in Los Angeles, New York, and a two night gig playing “The Late Show with David Letterman” on October 29 and 30, this tour will be expected to be a special treat for diehard fans of the group.
The new album explores realms that, until now, were previously undreamt of when considering contributions to a Weezer album. Teen hyper-pop producers Dr. Luke and Butch Walker (who worked with Kelly Clarkson and Avril Lavigne, respectively) contributed to some of the sounds on the record as well as hip-hop and R&B super-producer Jermaine Dupri. Rapper Lil’ Wayne also performs a cameo appearance on the track “Can’t Stop Partying.” No word is in yet if Wayne, who is currently facing gun-related criminal charges in New York, will be joining the tour.
With an album titled “Raditude,” you might expect the members of Weezer to be up to their old methods of outcast, nerdiness. But behind those thick, black-framed lenses lies the mind of an artist who isn’t scared to explore territories that are difficult to maneuver through. That is why bandleader Rivers Cuomo’s decision to have Lil Wayne as a guest performer on the band’s new album is a gamble that will most likely pay out in big numbers when the album is released.