Hailing from Hawaii and now based in LA, progressive/electro house DJ duo Sex Panther emerged quickly from the Californian club scene last year, and is now ready to bring the sexy party to our shores. Supported by DJ Gie.
Megaclub Magnum, famed for its elusive door policy, is turning two years old. The theme of the night is "treasury empire." Apparently, it will be decked out like a mysterious empire full of unexpected treasures. Shiny.
The 22-year-old DJ Mat Zo is a London-based DJ-producer. Despite being so young, he already has an EP, "Bipolar," under his belt—and his tunes have been given the nod by industry heavyweights such as Steve Aoki and A-Trak, who have incorporated Mat Zo's songs into their sets. DJs showing each other love: awww.
The Boiler Room is an underground music show which plays all over the world, streaming it straight to your headphones—and UK DJ Thris Tian helped make it all happen. He's bringing his eclectic tunes to Kee Club.
UK R&B singer-producer Jay Sean appeared on the radar with his 2009 hit, "Down" ft. Lil Wayne—the one that goes: "Baby are you down, down, down, down, down?". The song reached no.1 on the Billboard 100 in the US. He released "Do You Remember" in the same year, with rappers Sean Paul and Lil Jon. Why do all of these people only have first names?