Labor Day Lovin’
I hope all of you had a relaxing and fun labor day! My weekend was full of friends, food, and music 🙂 Friday night I went to Playhouse in Hollywood to hear EDX spin at the annual Pre-Labor Day White Party. Saturday I had a bbq and pool party at my house, and then on Sunday – I went to XIV Restaurant to hear the EC Twins DJ! Overall, I am EXHAUSTED, but the weekend was well worth all of the craziness that ensued!
Let’s start with Playhouse and DJ EDX on Friday… the place was PACKED, but looked amazing with white decorations and balloons lining the entire club and the stage. EDX, also known as Maurizio Colella, came on around 12:15ish and blew the crowd away! My favorites that he played were: Kaskade, EDX ft. Haley – Don’t Stop Dancing and Dinka – Elements (EDX 5un5hine Remix), and Switchfoot – Always (Max Vangeli & AN21 Remix). Other songs that I enjoyed were Dennis Ferrer’s famous Hey Hey (Vandalism Remix) and Eric Morillo & Eddie Thoneick’s – Live Your Life! The crowd LOVED him!!
Sunday, SBE Entertainment threw a Neon Party at XIV Restaurant for Summer Sessions on the Terrace. I had a great time, but I will say that I really enjoyed it more last year when less people knew about the EC Twins and confessed their new “love” for house music. Nonethless, it was what I like to call a house-music circus on the terrace. A sea of neon lights and glow in the dark clothes filled the 100 degree terrace (hot is an understatement) as the shirtless EC Twins put on their very fascinating show for the drunken audience. Favorite songs they played: Tim Berg – Bromance (The Love You Seek and More) (Avicii’s Extended Vocal Mix), David Guetta & Afrojack – Louder Than Words & of course Yolanda Be Cool & DCup – We No Speak Americano!
Select videos from EDX Friday and XIV Summer Sessions Sunday will be posted on DJ D’Lish’s Youtube Channel
Posted on September 6, 2010, in Music and tagged AN21, dennis ferrer, Dinka, EC Twins, Eddie Thoneick, EDX, Eric Morillo, Hollywood, Kaskade, Maurizio Colella, Max Vangeli, Playhouse, Switchfoot, XIV. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.