Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub April 2011

Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub April 2011Friday, April 15 – CHUCKIE ‘DIRTY DUTCH RED LIGHT DISTRICT’
Chuckie recently revealed his latest tribute to his Dirty Dutch Red Light District residency at Marquee: the Diddy Dirty Money I Hate That You Love Me Chuckie Marquee remix. Inspired by the dancefloor of his monthly Las Vegas residency, Chuckie rolls out his big, dirty house sound right from the start. Perfectly mixing rhythm and melody, he builds the track up with euphoric hooks and big room vocals before letting it explode in a concoction of huge drops and massive drums. It’s a taste of what Chuckie brings to Vegas every month: adapting Amsterdam’s iconic XXX logo, Chuckie’s team presents dazzling custom visuals and alluringly risqué dancers’ costumes to reflect the city’s daring, sophisticated and sexy style. Chuckie is the mastermind behind the Dirty Dutch phenomenon, famous for its addictive “house with an attitude influenced by hip-hop” sound and global house music events. Chuckie’s monster tracks like Let The Bass Kick have been supported by the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Laidback Luke and Pete Tong. He has also remixed David Guetta and Bob Sinclar, among others, and has recently been spending time in the studio with the likes of T-Pain and Kelly Rowland. His busy touring schedule also includes playing headlining sets at some of the world’s biggest festivals as well as a monthly rotation on the legendary BBC Radio 1’s “In New DJs We Trust” show.

Saturday, April 16 – KASKADE
Kaskade’s Marquee Las Vegas residency, attended by the likes of Paris Hilton and company, invites clubbers into a spectacular fantasy world, full of beautiful ballerina dancers and thrilling trance, house and pop music, as he indulges his every brilliant artistic impulse and keeps everyone packed on the dancefloor. Kaskade recently lent his chops to an old-school electro remix of Daft Punk’s Rinzler for the TRON: Legacy R3CONFIGUR3D official remix album. Kaskade’s soul-lifting electronic music and unmatched versatility have recently earned him International Dance Music Award nominations for “Best American DJ (North America),” “Best Full Length DJ Mix,” “Best Artist (Solo)” and “Best Progressive Track” for Fire in Your New Shoes feat. Dragonette. With an IDMA “Best Remixer” Award already under his belt as well as a spot in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs, Kaskade also has several number one iTunes singles and earned headline billing at major music festivals around the world. 2010 saw the release of his sixth artist album Dynasty, which debuted at number 4 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Albums chart, as well as the mix compilation.

Saturday, April 23 – MARKUS SCHULZ
Markus Schulz’s exclusive Marquee residency has cemented his love affair with Vegas, building upon his impressive Las Vegas ’10 compilation – a deep and electrifying ode to the city. Paired with Marquee’s custom sound system, spectacular LED visuals and dazzling dancers, Markus’ dark house grooves, trance melodies and “big, dark dirty basslines” is something you have to see to believe. “I love playing in Las Vegas and I think Marquee is one of the most impressive additions to come to the scene there since the turn of the Millennium,” he says. Over the last 10 years, Markus Schulz has fused the individual musical identities of progressive house and trance into his own inimitable sound. His weekly headlining DJ sets in front of many tens of thousands, prominent Global DJ Broadcast radio show listened to by tens of millions, and chart-topping releases on his own Coldharbour Recordings label have revolutionized the U.S. trance scene. In 2008, Schulz punched his way into the Top 10 of DJ Magazine’s Top 100 chart and has remained there ever since. This month, Markus Schulz released the Do You Dream? The Remixes album, a follow up to his critically acclaimed third artist album by the same name, featuring unique interpretations from top artists Cosmic Gate, Ferry Corsten, Super8 & Tab and many more.

“Drink, Dance and Party like everyone’s watching!” is Redfoo’s motto for his Party Rock Mondays residency at Marquee. If blow-up zebras, go-go dancers in blinged-out neon party gear, and electrifying vocal performances are any indication, Redfoo is a man of his word. Bringing the hottest electro house beats to Marquee every month, this Grammy-nominated DJ takes partying to the next level each time. Redfoo has worked with industry’s best, including David Guetta, the Black Eyed Peas, Lil Jon and Pitbull, and produced hit remixes of Kanye West’s Love Lockdown, Katy Perry’s Hot N Cold and more. Joining him is Avicii, who returns after destroying Marquee’s dancefloor last month with his unique house sound. Avicii recently won the International Dance Music Award for Best Breakthrough Solo Artist, which comes as no surprise, as Tiesto already named him Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2010 in DJ Mag. Avicii has stamped his sound on remixes for Bob Sinclar, Dizzee Rascal, Sophie Ellis Baxter, Little Boots and David Guetta, and has collaborated with Tiesto, Sebastian Ingrosso from Swedish House Mafia and many more. His track Seek Bromance is a gold-selling radio sensation, while his remix of Armin van Buuren’s Drowning is currently one of the most sought-after house tracks in the world. His official remix for Daft Punk’s Derezzed is also out this month on the TRON: Legacy R3CONFIGUR3D remix album.

Marquee Nightclub Upcoming Dates

  • April 1 – Ferry Corsten
  • April 2 – ATB
  • April 8 – Sander Van Doorn
  • April 9 – Erick Morillo
  • April 15 – Chuckie
  • April 16 – Kaskade
  • April 23 – Markus Schulz
  • April 25 – Redfoo with special guest Avicii
  • April 29 – Avicii
  • April 30 – EC Twins & Richard Grey
  • May 6 – Gareth Emery & Cedric Gervais
  • May 7 – Erick Morillo
  • May 13 – Chuckie & Guests
  • May 14 – Max Graham
  • May 20 – Benny Benassi
  • May 21 – Kaskade
  • May 27 – Markus Schulz & Roger Sanchez
  • May 28 – ATB & Laidback Luke
  • May 29 – Armin van Buuren & Blake Jarrell
  • May 30 – Redfoo & Chuckie