Club gig bad for Wentz’s feet

Now that Fall Out Boy is done, Pete Wentz has turned to electronic music to fill the emo-shaped hole in his heart. His two-man operation, Black Cards, had a gig along with Spencer Peterson at Pure on April 21. And that’s when the wrath of osteology struck.

Wentz injured his ankle, Tweeting out “Ugh thrashed my ankle last night. Same one I broke a few years ago. Not good.” As a result, the band is pulling out of several upcoming shows. This is what happens when you have a Jeff Gillooly Commemorative Baton Giveaway Night. Worst club promotion ever. Also, oddly specific to 1994. It does make sense for Robin Wright’s DJ J3nny Curr4n appearance, though.

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By David Morris

Named this year’s Breakthrough Artist of the Year at Miami’s Winter Music Conference, Fadil El Ghoul is making quite a name for himself. The self-dubbed DJ R3hab is one of the major house-music artists signed to Wynn Resorts’ stable and has gained fame thanks to his distinctive sound. Vegas Seven sat down with the Dutchman to get a handle on his rise to fame, personal style and “football” before he returns to XS on April 22 and Encore Beach Club on May 19. How did you get started? Around 17 years old, I started DJing in my bedroom.