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Boston Weekend Roundup: November 14-16 2013

Thursday, November 14

Join Australian duo Feenixpawl, as start they start the weekend early this Thursday night at Boston's The Estate. Party with the Aussie's as the DJ's set off a night of non-stop House jams. Doors open at 10:00pm. Tickets are available now. $20

Friday, November 15

Start your weekend off right with Victor Calderone this Friday night at Bijou Nightclub. The star DJ is set to shake up Bean town with sick music and hours of fun. Doors open at 10:00pm. Presale tickets are available now. $20

NYC Weekend Roundup: Nov 15-17 2013

Friday, November 15th

The DAFT PUNK TRIBUTE: An 8-piece ensemble who reinterpret some of the world's most popular electronic dance music with a horn section, rhythm section, vocals and electronics. Since emerging from Toronto's prestigious Humber College Jazz Program in 2009 they have been melting faces and liquifying dancefloors with sold out shows at the most prestigious clubs and concert halls across Canada. Doors 7PM, Show 9PM. 18+. $15 Advance, $20 Door.

Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012.

"GRiZ" is an independent American electronic music artist who began his career as a classically trained Alto Saxophone and piano player. Stylistically, he creates bass infused hip-hop, electro soul, and future funk sounding productions often accompanied by the live performance and recording of his Alto Saxophone and the use of an array of vinyl samples. Doors 8PM, Show 9PM. $20 Early Admission, $25 Advance.

Party RX: Your WMC Opening Weekend Party Guide

The lineup for Electric Beach is:

When he first developed his recipe for success in 1993, it was a musical style unheard of and openly welcomed. Nearly three decades later, Tenaglia continues to lay down his heart-racing, blood-pumping beats worldwide. Come to The Surfcomber Pool to see Tenaglia and friends spin their freshest mixes for all to enjoy.

Inspirations and Collaborations

Flexibility? Maybe. (Bending over to turn tables doesn't exactly equate to touching your toes.)

Dexterity? Definitely.

Introducing Eric Harary, a producer and DJ who's sounds are making quite a chant around the city. Praised by the likes of Danny Tenaglia, Eric has been the opening and closing act for legendary big-room DJs such as Boris and Victor Calderone. Playing clubs from Dubai to Toyko to Russia, this Brooklyn boy is about to explode on the American dance music scene.

Eric opened up to Joonbug about where's he been and where he's going, (all, of course, with a courageous attempt at hot yoga...)

Nicole Moudaber: Not-to-be Missed at Electric Zoo
My Facebook Newsfeed poses a cultural contradiction: walls wail a lament of New York City nightlife, while simultaneous posts pop up about the surge of underground parties, which do truly host superb local talent. With Electric Zoo officially breaking the barrier of electronic sub-genres, where the future of house music lies is unknown, and in terms of dubstep, scary. For those of us underground lovers who refuse to shy away from this massive event of commercial mayhem, we do it for the Sunday School Tent, (and I'll speak for myself as I "Nordic-track" to Armin Van Buuren in gleeful reminiscence of raves circa-2000.) We do, after all, only get to see many of these artists once or twice a year, because sorry guys, right now Europe's party scene is 10-fold what we have here in New York. Nicole Moudaber is one of those such artists who you should not miss next weekend.
Danny Does 'Tunes

Face it, all good things things come to an end eventually. We won't get all existential on you, so let's put it in language most revelant to your current lifestyle: Gone are the good ol' days of goons pumping juice in the Tiana Beach parking lot.

Over the last four years, residents of the multi-milion dollar vacation homes lining Dune Road have obstinately (and rightly so) argued from the end of the infamous Neptunes Beach Club, that little shanty of a party place that, once, long ago, hosted headliners who's crowds really brought the alphabet to the party. Recently, increased police presence, random searchs and that damn scary German Shepherd (let's call him Hans) at the door clearly, and we repeat clearly, steered you away from any wrong doing.