Seven Nights

This week in your city.

Thu 18

The Cosmopolitan never fails to bring the hottest and best music of the scene to you. First, groove on down to Book & Stage where Atlanta soul-rockers The Constellations debut their latest album, Southern Gothic, which features collaborations with Cee-Lo and Asher Roth. (Shows at 10 p.m. and midnight, no cover.) Once you’re all fired up, shimmy on over to Bond, where indie rockers Passion Pit give a DJ set to make you shake it. (Midnight-2 a.m., no cover.) We hope you’ve got a good sense of balance, because tonight Crown is resurrecting Roller Boogie. So grab some ’80s duds and hit Crown for a wheely good time! (In the Rio, doors 10:30 p.m., admission $10.)

Fri 19

Get a dose of some wise words when the popular rapper/DJ/reverend/Tweeter Rev Run rocks the party at Clash inside Rain. (In the Palms, doors 10 p.m., $40 at the door, $30 presale, local ladies free.) Or catch a rapper from this day and age, Yelawolf at Jet, where he brings his Southern-rap style to Sin City. (In The Mirage, doors 10:30 p.m., $30 cover.) School days are right around the corner, and reality-star hottie Angel Porrino is hosting the Teacher’s Pet Party at Posh. Girls: Dress up in your sexiest school girl or naughtiest teacher costumes for a chance to win $5,000 in cash and prizes. (At Crazy Horse III, doors at midnight, $30, locals free.)

Sat 20

Calling all guidos and guidettes who consider Las Vegas’ party pools their home base: Catch the bubbly and curvaceous Snooki (1) as she brings her Jersey flavor to host Wet Republic. (In the MGM, doors 11 a.m., men $50, women $20.) At the ever so chic and trendy Cosmopolitan, the songstress that has brought beauty and emotion to modern music with her captivating vocals, Adele (2), plays the Chelsea Ballroom (doors 8 p.m., tickets sold out), and the boys famed for their romantic anthems and heartfelt lyrics, Death Cab for Cutie, perform hits from their new album, Codes and Keys, along with other favorites at the Boulevard Pool. (Doors 8 p.m., tickets start at $40, If you’re one of those who knows all the DJs and bands before they hit the mainstream, then check out up-and-comer Savoy as he headlines Rain’s hottest house party, Perfecto. But you already knew about him, right? (In the Palms, doors 10 p.m., $30 cover, local ladies free.)

Sun 21

If you haven’t hopped on board the moombahton train yet, hurry up because the electro-dub-reggae sound is about to take off. Sen5es teamed up with the Royal Boutique Resort to produce the Moombahton Massive with DJs Nadastrom, Dillon Francis, local boys Teenwolf and Bad Beat, and many more. (99 Convention Center Dr., doors noon-10 p.m., $15 cover, 18+, first 100 people $10.) Make sure to bring your earplugs ’cause it will get loud and then louder at the Rock the Block All Stars Tour, where heavy rock and punk rockers such as Emmure, Iwrestledabearonce and Born of Osiris take the stage. (Fremont East, doors at noon, all ages, tickets start at $22, Do you love love? Yes? Well, so does the city of Paris, and so does The Bank. Local girls, round up your largest group of besties and hit the club because this flashy nightspot is giving away a Parisian trip for two to the girl who brings the largest group of ladies to the Rendezvous Paris event. (In Bellagio, doors 10:30 p.m., $30 cover, locals free.)

Mon 22

Wonder why there are so many fierce and fashionable model-ites in town? It’s because the biannual fashion conventions MAGIC and Project are in town, and today Bare teams up with Syrup Swimwear to throw a MAGIC kick-off party. (In The Mirage, doors at 11 a.m., men $20, women $10, locals free.) The annual hip-hop touring show, Rock the Bells, comes to the House of Blues with a lineup that will keep you dancing with your hands in the air with Raekwon (3), Ghostface Killa, Mobb Deep and local acts HighDro and Marion White. (In Mandalay Bay, doors at 8 p.m., show at 9 p.m., tickets start at $27.50,

Tue 23

Check out more MAGIC-inspired parties that surrender to style: At Marquee Rev Run and ATB will rock the house at the Hudson Jeans party (in the Cosmopolitan, doors 10 p.m., cover announced at the door); local favorite DJ M!ke Attack is at the Tankfarm Project/MAGIC party at the Playboy Club (in the Palms, doors 10 p.m., $20 men, $10 women); or go to the luxurious Lavo for Ami James Ink Clothing’s launch party (in the Palazzo, doors 10 p.m., men $20, women $10).

Wed 24

End your MAGIC/Project week with magical sounds. Choose from the small and intimate Savile Row, where psychedelic rockers Local Natives (4) spin a smashing DJ set (In Luxor, doors 10:30 p.m., admission by gatekeeper’s discretion), or up 55 floors at Snitch Wednesday where the freshest of all, Jazzy Jeff, takes over the floor. (In the Palms, doors 10 p.m., $25 cover, locals free.)

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Blood is thicker than water. And vodka. Or any drink found on a typical DJ rider. The starry-eyed songwriters-turned-DJ sisters Mim and Liv Nervo discovered their calling after inspiring summers spent vacationing in Ibiza, Spain, and years of writing pop songs in London. However unrecognized, the bubbly, blond duo produced numerous hits that fuse club and pop melodies. Their single “Irresistible” climbed to No. 1 on the U.K. charts in December, and their latest smash, “The Way We See the World” with Afrojack, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, remains in the Beatport Top 10.