The boys of Cash Cash came back to native NYC on Friday for one amazing kick ass night and Joonbug got to check it out!
Our feet hurt and we still hear the bass...that's gotta be a sign Joonbug had as great a night as everyone else at Pacha this Friday. The main floor was crowded with a mix of people ranging around 19-25. From hippie tops, eclectic band tees, Pacha gear and some just straight topless... people flooded in to see the trio.
Best friends and brothers Jean Paul Makhlouf, Alex Makhlouf and Samuel Frisch recently killed it with top hit Take Me Home ft. Bebe Rexa. This amazing group has gained international success and recognition for their great dance remixes.
In a major relief effort to give back after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, Pacha New York and RPM are proud to announce “Help Heal New York,” a benefit for the storm’s victims with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Greater New York Red Cross and other local charities. This unique night of music will take place at Pacha this Wednesday, Nov. 14th and will be hosting a monstrous roster of over 50 DJs featuring both international and local stars.
Just announced today was Erick Morillo and Afrojack as additions to the solid line up. Morillo, who is a New Jersey native and co-owner and chairman of the board for Pacha, said in a statement: “I have so much love for New York and New Jersey and it was devastating to see the effect the storm had on our local communities. I jumped at the chance to get involved in such a good cause and would like to thank the international dance community for coming together to help get our area back on their feet.”
According to an article in Rolling Stone, "Size in the Park" will feature the some of the label's best DJs like AN21 and Max Vangeli, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, and Third Party.The announcement followed a weekend of mysterious messages from Pacha via Twitter and Instagram.
After photos of an angel statue and an elephant-sized rat crawling out of the subway left us all confused, Pacha gave out its firstconcrete lead with an Instagrammed photo of Size Records’ logo superimposed into Central Park.
The Size Records photo was backed up by a tweet from the record label’s founder Steve Angello which included the “#September22NYC” hashtag.