Paul Oakenfold Returns, Yellow Claw Make Their Mark

Paul Oakenfold Illustration by Jon Estrada

Paul Oakenfold

Thursday, November 6

There’s no shortage of ladies’ nights in Las Vegas. Men’s nights, on the other hand, are a little harder to find. But on Thursday’s Bro Country Nights at Revolver, dudes can enjoy $3 Jack Daniel’s and Jägermeister, $2 well drinks, $1 drafts, $20 domestic beer buckets and no cover. And, yes, women are welcome, too. (In Santa Fe Station, 8 p.m., Dutch EDM duo W&W has been crazy busy lately, performing with Steve Aoki and Dash Berlin, recording with Blasterjaxx, releasing new tracks and dropping fresh episodes of their Mainstage podcast. Watch them catch their breath at Hakkasan. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,

Friday, November 7

Even if you never saw Paul Oakenfold’s pioneering Perfecto residency at the now-defunct Rain in the Palms, you’ve no doubt heard his biggest hit, 2002’s “Starry Eyed Surprise.” And you may have heard that his upcoming album, Pop Killer—which he’s been teasing for the last couple of years—could drop any day now. We’ll keep our fingers crossed for a preview when he makes his premiere appearance at Life. (In SLS, 10:30 p.m.,

Saturday, November 8

In anticipation of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, this week’s Party Brunch at Lavo is military-themed. And since we’re only in early November, you can probably still find apropos Halloween costumes at a steep discount. Stock up for next year while you’re at it, sexy soldier. (In the Venetian, 2 p.m.,

Andrew Rayel Illustration by Jon Estrada

Andrew Rayel

Sunday, November 9

Southern California’s Slander (a.k.a. Derek Andersen and Scott Land) takes the reins at XS. Unlike the criminal offense of the same name, plenty of big-name acts are itching to be associated with the up-and-coming trap duo. The two have previously opened for Dillon Francis and Madeon, among others. Tonight, resident DJ Dave Fogg provides support. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, November 10

While we’re partial to the classic Coca-Cola variety, we’d be remiss not to suggest you see Futuristic Polar Bears at Marquee. The British house trio has been praised by Hardwell and signed to John Dahlback’s Mutants music label. Plus, they’re opening for emerging Moldovan trance artist Andrew Rayel. Go to there! (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Tuesday, November 11

In honor of the men and women who’ve served our country, Nickel F—n Beer Night gets classy with a craft beer night at Beauty Bar. Veterans enjoy discounted $5 entry with military I.D., while civilians pay $10. Once inside, you can sample six beers from three breweries for …  yep, a nickel each. DJs Aurajin, Biz:E and Byra Tanks man the decks. (517 Fremont St., 9 p.m., For more pounce to the ounce, swing over to Brooklyn Bowl for the latest installment of Vegas Nightlife Fights. Hosts, bar staff and more will duke it out to benefit Wounded Warriors Project. Nieve Malandra handles ring-girl duties; singer Sierra Black performs. (At the Linq, 6 p.m.,

Yellow Claw Illustation by Jon Estrada

Yellow Claw

Wednesday, November 12

Dutch trio Yellow Claw will scratch right out of any genre box you force them into. In any given song, the group might switch from dubstep beats to trap breakdowns to rap verses and piercing vocals. You can hear it all when they make their Las Vegas nightclub debut at Surrender. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

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