Friday night music and dancing at Area 51 brings you fresh reMixes of your favorite electronica, 80’s, Alternative and Club Favorites! Tiesto, Lady Gaga, Benny Benassi, Fall Out Boy and many more.
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- The Urban Lounge
241 South 500 East Salt Lake City, Utah 84102 (801) 746-0557
As one of the most influential bands of the post-punk era with global sales in excess of 100 million, Depeche Mode belongs to a select premiere league of super groups who have survived from the early 1980s with their ideals, creative vision and core members intact. All of the band’s 11 studio albums have reached the Top Ten in not only the UK and USA but 20 plus countries around the world. Since their inception, Depeche Mode’s live shows continue to be a must-see attraction, with the group playing to 2.8 million people across 31 countries on their last tour alone.
- Maverik Center
3200 Decker Lake Dr West Valley City, Utah 84119 (801) 988-8800
Brian Wayne Transeau (born October 4, 1971) a music producer, composer, audio technician, singer and songwriter better known by his stage name, BT. He is an artist in the electronic genre. Has produced and written for artists such as Peter Gabriel, ‘N Sync, Sting, Blake Lewis, Tori Amos and Tiesto. As a film composer he has worked on films such as The Fast and the Furious and Monster.
BT is known for using a technique he calls the stutter edit. This technique consists of taking a small fragments of sound and then repeating it rhythmically (Glitching and Beat slicing). BT was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for his song Somnambulist. This song was recognized as using the largest number of vocal edits in a song (6,178 edits).
- The Depot
13 N 400 W Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1368 (801) 456-2800
DJ Be Serius Be featuring Electro and Funky House Music along with $2 Tuesday’s at Cisero’s Ristorante & Nightclub in Park City!
This is the only spot in town for Electro! Come see why this is quickly becoming our busiest night.
$2 Tuesdays is also in full effect: $2 meatball subs, spaghetti, and pizza!
His unique combination of percussive elements mixed with melodic trance rhythms, has made him one of the most successful DJs/Producers in the world, and is widely referred to as the founding father of Hard Trance. Simply put, Scot Project is without a doubt, a legend in the world of electronic dance music.
With regular performances at legendary clubs and festivals all over the planet such as Trance Energy, Sensation, Planet Love, Godskitchen, Gatecrasher, Slinky, Dance Valley, Mystery Land, Defqon, Global Gathering, Homelands, Coach, Avalon, Airport, Space, Judgment Sunday, Zurich Street Parade, The Guvernent, and too many more to list, Scot Project continues a consistent delivery of his very unique sound at the worlds most highly coveted venues.
With TOM COLONTONIO and the SHY BROTHERS!
Depeche Mode (pronounced /dɛˈpɛʃ/, de-PESH) are an English electronic music band which formed in 1980, in Basildon, Essex. The group’s original line-up consisted of Dave Gahan (lead vocals), Martin Gore (keyboards, guitar, vocals, chief songwriter after 1981), Andrew Fletcher (keyboards) and Vince Clarke (keyboards, chief songwriter 1980–81). Vince Clarke left the band after the release of their 1981 debut album, Speak & Spell, and was replaced by Alan Wilder (keyboards, drums) with Gore taking over songwriting. Wilder left the band in 1995 and since then Gahan, Gore, and Fletcher have continued as a trio.
Depeche Mode have had forty-eight songs in the UK Singles Chart and #1 albums in UK, US and throughout Europe. According to EMI, Depeche Mode have sold over 100 million albums and singles worldwide, making them the most successful electronic band in music history. Q magazine call Depeche Mode “The most popular electronic band the world has ever known”.
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