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2010 was a very good year—for Max Vangeli.

Nightlife Podcast: Max Vangeli

December 29th, 2010

2010 was a very good year—for Max Vangeli.

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    The Weekly's Mark Adams gives you 5 reasons not to miss Las Vegas' freakiest Halloween party in 2011.

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    No shortage of skimpy things and skin in 2010.

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    Talking about mushrooms with DJ/producer Mark Farina before his gig at Eve.

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    The trip-hop pioneer tells us why his eyes glow in DJ Hero game and more.

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    A live Twitter feed display + blue champagne = hilarious results.

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    Antoine Becks of Second Sun recounts their first disastrous gig with Paul van Dyk, pills and Eddie Murphy's "Party All the Time."

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    A first encounter with the man behind the mau5head.

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    A chat with the German DJ/producer about “2 Many Shots of Jägermeister” and more.

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    If Mick Fleetwood had a brother from another mother who stepped into a DJ booth, he might be Donald Glaude.

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    Dirty Dutch, pigeon attacks and eating chicken with Lil Jon in Vegas (really!).

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    The Swedish DJ/producer's first world tour is underway and he's headlining in Vegas... all before he even turns 21.

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    Vive la keytar! For the first time, French DJ, producer and songwriter Joachim Garraud is coming to Las Vegas, keytar, alien masks and Space Invader ...

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    The German DJ/producer chats about his Vegas residency, why he wears white shirts and the reason dance music videos have a thing for metal suitcases.

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    While on a date with an atheist Christian-school teacher, I discovered tequila and I were sworn enemies.

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    The DJ/producer chats about working with a New Orleans jazz band, playing Vegas and his early days as a rave DJ.

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