There’s not a chance in hell that the underground go-to party for bass music known as Dub Church will register on the radar of aging socialites. And that’s a good thing. Maybe it’s the tucked-away location (the King’s Room in the Rio), or perhaps it’s because they haven’t been told dubstep is cool yet. Either way, the Sunday-night party is reserved for real fans ready to have their faces melted.
We won’t—so don’t ask. No retelling of the dirty jokes in the Dirty Joke Show, the cheerfully lewd laugh-fest starring machine-gunning gag-meister Geechy Guy that’s reopened at the Rio’s King’s Room after two years at Hooters Read More
Guts and depth. Funny, too … very. That Eddie Griffin, who commenced a Rio residency in April, is Vegas’ most un-PC comic isn’t news. Bracingly raw, he’d turn mea culpas to special-interest groups into a cottage industry if his verbal grenades were tossed outside the confines of the King’s Room. Yet it’s the substance underlying the shtick that catapults Griffin from risk-taking comedian to profane Read More
Don’t let the mohawk and eyeliner fool you—Michael Toast isn’t the front man for a hard-core punk band. The New York native has been a part of the electronic dance-music scene since its East Coast infancy and a staple in Sin City since the late ’90s. Toast brings us back to his beginnings while looking toward the future of underground electronic dance music in Las Vegas with his latest foray, Dub Church. For neophytes to the Las Vegas EDM scene, can you fill them in on your Read More