While Kaskade is primarily known for his soft progressive melodies and gentle vocal samples like the tracklist of new album Atmosphere, we get to experience a deeper side of his musical ability in this late night mix from his summer residency at Marquee Las Vegas. Starting off with an Amtrac remix to indie dance favorite “Handshake” from Two Door Cinema Club, and ending with a mashup of Pryda’s “Powerdrive” with his own “Sometimes,” spanning deep delicacies of every variety in-between. It’s refreshing to hear a different sound from American’s #1 DJ, a sound we hope he continues to express.
The legendary Richie Hawtin is scheduled to perform at Marquee Las Vegas on October 26th, signifying a shift in the nightlife landscape of one of Vegas’s largest clubs. Embracing the underground electronic scene, Marquee is opening its doors and sound system to the latest and greatest in music-focused entertainment. Hawtin will be bringing his distinct techno sound and technological prowess to the mega-club for the first time in late October, re-establishing the bottle service style of Vegas in one minimalistic techno swoop. One of the world’s most cutting-edge DJs and undisputed spokesman for the underground, Hawtin’s avant-garde style is sure to resonate not only throughout the expansive layout of Marquee but throughout Las Vegas as a whole.
Stuck at home Memorial Day Weekend? Rained out on the East Coast? Marquee Las Vegas has the solution to all your problems (well, kind of). The night and day clubs will be streaming the Benny Benassi, Arty, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and more live from the day club via Be-At.tv. While it may not be as exciting as spending the weekend surrounded by models and bottles in the City of Sin, it’s a much better time than grilling hot dogs by your parents’ above ground pool.
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Marquee Las Vegas has rolled out a star-studded lineup for Memorial Day weekend, stacking both the Dayclub and Nightclub for four straight days. Arty will kick off the festivities Friday afternoon, followed by Armin van Buuren and W&W that evening. Gareth Emery and Kaskade are slated for Saturday, with Kaskade returning Sunday afternoon and Benny Benassi closing the night out. Memorial Day itself sees Sander van Doorn and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano take the decks, with Dash Berlin bringing the weekend to a close. To get patriotic by kicking your summer off in the Ibiza of the West, purchase your tickets here.Posted by
Pretend you’ve never been to Marquee (at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.) Adrenaline seeps into your veins as you step through the velvety partitions. You are surrounded by suits and legs bookended by ultra-mini dresses and stilettos. Just before the elevator doors opens, the operator mirrors the grins around him and says, “Have fun tonight!” Drink in hand, you make your way to the floor. In case you weren’t sure, a mural on a wall proclaims, “You’re not in Kansas anymore.”
Driving through the desert from Orange County to Vegas, we were treated to the rare spectacle of moonrise over the barren peaks. Less than 24 hours ago, I had gotten final confirmation that I had won Dancing Astronaut’s editorial contest to cover the New Year’s Eve weekend at Marquee. Because no road trip to Vegas would be complete without it, we stopped at In-N-Out, hoping some double-doubles would fortify us against the sub-40 Nevada chill. After making a real friend out of the internet friend we were crashing with, we hastily decked ourselves out and hopped back on the I-15 towards the piercing, gleaming lights of the strip. The most powerful spotlight on earth reaches out towards the infinite depths of space from the top of the Luxor pyramid; like moths to flame, we were irresistibly compelled.