SIIINES transcended NYC's Bowery Electric this past Monday night, and basked in the glow of not one, but two major music genre spotlights; rock ‘n’ roll and EDM! Hailing from Los Angeles, the trio; Traviiis Triiip, Morgan Morgan, and DJ Gene (not pictured), blend aggressive rock 'n' roll rhythms with EDM instrumentals to create some colossally trail-blazing electro-rock!
After descending the stairs into the basement of Bowery Electric, we pushed our way through a thick black curtain which led us into the intimate Room. Immediately, our senses were assaulted by the smells of dust, cigarettes, and beer. We huddled in closely to see SIIINES quietly constructing their entirely Plexiglas set. Morgan stood to the left, his brows furrowed as he skillfully tuned his transparent guitar, while Traviiis skittered around the modest stage, arranging heaps of wires which endlessly streamed from their equipment.
The buzz around Future's upcoming album, Honest, has been trending hard, with track leaks and previews popping up all over the web. This is because Future has quickly become one of the most popular names in hip hop, having been featured on countless hits throughout the past year.
Now he's got his very own album and it features a bunch of big names, such as Kanye West, Pharrell, Drake, Wiz Khalifa, and Lil Wayne. The 16 track album can be streamed now before its release next Tuesday, April 22nd.
When you think downtown hip, The Anchor fits every common conception to the T, and then some. The Anchor is a trendy, alluring bar on the lower West side of Manhattan commonly frequented by the glamorous, rich, and famous--we're talking the likes of Kanye West, LeBron James, and Jay-Z here. Besides having a laundry list of celebrity clientele, The Anchor is also well known for being the site of many professional events for big names like HBO, Showtime, MoMa, TED, Google, Sony, and more.
FASHION NEWS NOW: The hottest Fashions at CinemaCon 2014, and Mindy Kaling heats up the inside of the April issue of Vogue, plus the inside scoop on Kimye’s iconic cover!
The Hottest Fashions at CinemaCon 2014!
Your favorite stars were dressed to impress for CinemaCon 2014. Shailene Woodley looked dapper on the red carpet, sporting a huge smile after winning the award for Female Star of Tomorrow at the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards held at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Thursday night.
Big Sean brings us his full verse to Rick Ross’ "Sanctified,” after being featured on the cut with fellow G.O.O.D Music partner and founder, Kanye West. The original song is track no. 14 on Ross’ sixth studio album, Mastermind, which was released Monday, March 3rd. Here, Sean, who is currently working on his third studio album, expands on his hook taken from the original, which was also produced by West, Mike Dean, and DJ Mustard. Check out the audio below!
Saturday nights at Webster Hall are Brite Nites, and Brite Nites are not just your run of the mill dance parties. Brite Nites are not just a horse of a different color, but every color of the rainbow in stunning, vibrant clarity and set to the sounds of electronic dance music's best and brightest. This past Saturday, Webster Hall played host to GTA's Death To Genres Tour, the tour's name a fitting motto for the anything goes attitude that both the headlining duo and supporting act, What So Not, rocked all night long.
We here at Joonbug.com, know just how creative our readers are, so we proudly present you with these DIY tips to prepare you costume this coming Mardi Gras!
LOOK ONE : A CINDERELLA STORY
Supplies: tulle or sheer fabric, fabric scissors, ribbon, black fabric paint, saran wrap, tape and the template. Most of which can be found in the house or from your local craft store!
Friday, January 24th
Phonic Fridays at ZEPPELIN this weekend with DC's third serving of trance mastery, this time from the young yet immensely talented Ben Gold, a name quickly climbing its way to the top with the likes of Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond. If you haven't had a chance to catch any of the phenomenal acts in this year's Phonic Fridays series yet, Ben Gold will be the show that keeps you coming back week after week, hunting for another night of musical perfection. Tickets are still available online for $15, and they are well worth it.
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