Walshy Fire Sets Surrender Ablaze, The Fat Jew Hits GBDC

The Fat Jew

The Fat Jew

Thursday, Nov. 12

White Label Thursdays at The Sayers Club sets the (literal) records straight with Dre Day. The Las Vegas native began his radio career as a street team member for KWID Wild 102-FM, and eventually moved to 98.5 KLUC as a DJ and on-air personality. Now he works for Hot 97.5 and mans the decks for big names such as E-40, Omarion and Lupe Fiasco. See how the radio DJ handles vinyl. To quote the similarly named Dr. Dre, it’s “Dre Day (And Everybody’s Celebratin’)!” (In SLS, 10 p.m., TheSayersClubLV.com.)

Friday, Nov. 13

It’s bingo time! No need to bring your visors, daubers or grandmas, though; Bingo Players spins at Hakkasan. The Dutch electro house DJ/producer creates some fun, addicting tunes, just like the game of chance. Don’t believe us? Take a listen to his latest single, “Curiosity” or any installments of his monthly Hysteria Radio mixes, and you’ll agree. And if you think otherwise, you can catch Irish techno/house darling Fergie DJ mixing it up at the Ling Ling Club. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m., HakkasanLV.com.)

Saturday, Nov. 14

Start the party early at Ghostbar for GBDC. This time, pop culture commentator, writer, social media personality and White Girl Rosé co-creator Josh Ostrovsky (a.k.a. The Fat Jew) hosts the party. He’s been busy fighting off plagiarism allegations, but we’ve got a soft spot for the guy simply because he’s able to pull off a gelled-up ponytail. See if his ’do can withstand the madness of the weekly party, but don’t be surprised if he throws a picture of you on the ’gram. It’s what he’s known for, anyway. (In the Palms, 1 p.m., Palms.com.) Twenty-year-old future-house champion Oliver Heldens returns to Omnia! What’s the reason for his absence? He’s been busy touring across the pond and crafting music with some of the biggest names in the industry; Heldens shared several photos on his Facebook page of him working in the studio with Martin Solveig, Martin Garrix and Tiësto. His monster single with the latter, “Wombat,” features an irresistibly catchy melody that’s complemented by epic strings and chopped-up vocal samples. He’s bound to play it tonight, and since Tiësto also plays for Hakkasan Group, perhaps he’ll make an appearance. If huge names aren’t for you, Melo-D holds it down at Heart of Omnia. (In Caesars Palace, 10:30 p.m., OmniaNightclub.com.)



Sunday, Nov. 15

When it comes to basketball, you can root for whomever you want, but thanks to LA Leakers, we’ve developed an appreciation for the similarly named Los Angeles Lakers. The duo, consisting of DJs Justin Credible and sourMILK, does more than just provide stellar open-format sets for thousands of clubgoers; they run a tastemaking, music-curating blog. Check it out at LALeakers.com, and if you’re an aspiring artist, it wouldn’t hurt to send some demos to the two. Your song might appear on the site, or even better, in a live set. Witness the next one at Drai’s. (In the Cromwell, 10:30 p.m., DraisNightlife.com.)

Monday, Nov. 16

We all have our vices, and luckily, one just happens to make regular appearances at Marquee for Marquee Mondays. See Vice. The Las Vegas veteran recently teased his remix of Caitlyn Scarlett’s “Bad Love (Hold On).” The song features Vice’s signature hard melodies with Scarlett’s angelic vocals. It’s one of those songs that’ll be our go-tos for months, along with his previous hit with Estelle, “Bright Lights.” We can get used to his frequent collaborations with rising female singers. Maybe he’ll tease more tonight, or even better, bring one along with him to pull it off live! (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m., MarqueeLasVegas.com.)

Walshy Fire

Walshy Fire

Tuesday, Nov. 17

Hyde’s Lost Angels Industry Night gets crackin’ with SKAM Artist DJ Crooked. Even though “crooked” is in his name, he’ll get the party straight with a proper open format mix of the hottest in hip-hop and EDM. Admission for locals is free, so take advantage. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m., HydeBellagio.com.)

Wednesday, Nov. 18

You’ve seen his hilarious dance moves in the music video for Major Lazer’s “Lean On,” now see them firsthand when Walshy Fire hits Surrender. You probably know him as a member of Diplo’s neo-dance hall project, but he’s also a DJ, producer and emcee. Since he’s got so many titles next to his name, we have no idea what to expect, other than a good time. But we do hope he’ll expose us to other dance hall classics. Oh, yeah, since it’s industry night, locals get in free. Pon de riddim! (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., SurrenderNightclub.com.)