On The Record

Blueprint Sound celebrates its anniversary at On the Record.

J Balvin at KAOS and other Vegas club musts this week

September 11th, 2019

Blueprint Sound celebrates its anniversary at On the Record.

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    Masters at Work stop by JEMAA on May 18.

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    The Roots’ drummer DJs at On the Record and JEMAA this weekend.

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    “On my records, up until now, it’s always been, ‘I’m a DJ and this should be fun, so let’s come up with a cool beat ...

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    Dee Jay Silver finds Daylight for ACM weekend.

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    One of the essential elements of the party has been taking place in the hidden Vinyl Parlor, which hosts guest “startenders” on weekends—elite bartenders from ...

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    Carl Cox stops by Encore Beach Club for Art of the Wild.

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    Drake’s superstar residency at XS has been made official. He’ll perform again at the Encore megaclub on May 4 (helping to celebrate XS’ 10-year anniversary) ...

  • A&E

    Also: an introduction to Sloan Canyon and two visiting authors.

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    Mayer Hawthorne hits On the Record on February 15.

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    Slander takes over the Joint on February 9.

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    “I know who I am as a person, but I’m a very strange dude when it comes to music.”

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    Alesso returns to XS on February 2.

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    The SoCal representative is a wonder to see live. He’ll glide across the floor with fancy footwork, then hop on the drums and sing without ...

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    Also, the first round of casting calls for pool club positions.

  • Arts & EntertainmentHendersonFood

    Where to eat, shop, hike and more in Las Vegas’ southeast suburb.

  • NewsSportsAggregate

    Hockey season is here, and the Vegas Golden Knights are currently in the midst of training camp. Though their roster is mostly set after two ...

  • Reviews

    My favorite bite? The behemoth Firebird sandwich. The giant, spicy fried-chicken thigh is the crispiest, crunchiest fried chicken I’ve tasted, yet it maintains the perfect ...

  • NewsAllSports

    Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant made a minor announcement Monday, one that won’t perk too many ears but will get hardcore fans rethinking what the ...

  • NewsAllSports

    We are still more than two weeks away from a Golden Knights game of significance, and it would be foolish to draw too many conclusions ...

  • NewsAllSports

    From a roster standpoint, the Las Vegas Raiders' most important development came in April in Nashville, where the team had a historic amount of capital ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentDancebreakdancing

    Bailey Munoz, a 19-year-old local breakdancer, performs in the finale of Fox's dance competition.

  • Music

    "I’m going to miss you guys. You’re in my heart, you’re in my soul, every fiber of my being. I will never forget you."

  • NewsAggregateBusiness

    If retail is indeed dying, nobody told the folks at Marshall Retail Group. An independent specialty retailer with more than 600 employees based in Las ...

  • NewsAggregateHome Aggregate

    In 2018, a proposal that would have opened up the Ruby Mountain range to oil and gas leases was brought to the U.S. Forest Service. ...

  • A&E

    The most noticeable difference: the addition of a convertible general admission standing-room area on the main floor right in front of the stage.

  • AllSportsNHL

    Welcome to the new "A player per day" series from Vegas Golden Podcast. ...

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    Head to the pair’s YouTube channel to watch clips of them getting ready in their Vegas hotel room, fielding questions and performing at festivals like ...

  • AllSportsNHL

    Welcome to the new "A player per day" series from Vegas Golden Podcast. ...

  • AllSportsNHL

    Welcome to the new "A player per day" series from Vegas Golden Podcast. ...

  • A&E

    “It defies description; it kinda becomes its own animal. Just a wild night.”

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    She spins rock, pop, punk and garage vinyl—mostly recorded by European artists from the 1960s through the 1980s.

  • Dining

    Abstinence is back in style—at least when it comes to alcohol.