Hey, gidday mates! It’s holiday season in NYC, Jenny and I have deejayed something like 12 parties over the past three weeks, and we’ve managed to get away with not playing a single Christmas song in the process. Not even one. Sorry Santa. The following are our favorite jams of the moment, some of them new, most of them old, one of them we heard on the best Instagram video ever created, feat. Obama, and the first is a Justin Bieber song that we’ve never played out and probably won’t ever play out, but my cousin Nikau sent it to me, and we both really like it. So without further ado…Click to Continue!
Readers beware, you’re in for a scare! And by scare I mean Halloween Party Playlist courtesy of your mates Isaac Likes Jenny featuring an unlucky 13 songs. If you’re around NYC this weekend, stop by The Handy Liquor Bar on Saturday — we’ll be playing the Back To The Spookture party from 10:00pm onwards. GREAT SCOTT! Music, below.Click to Continue!
So back in 2011 when I first moved to New York, I started hanging out with party promoters a bit, and I knew that it was skeezy and sleazy and a little like aiding in prostitution, but I did it anyway because it ensured that I could always get into the parties I wanted to go to, and that I never had to pay for anything, and that I’d even get dinners at five star restaurants for free every now and again so long as I was accompanied by a sufficient amount of female models.Click to Continue!
Get ye to Soho Grand tonight at 10:00pm if you like fun. Steven Rojas and I will be dishing it out with gay abandon. Gay abandon! With ’90s r’n’b + Drake + 2Chainz + Justin Bieber by DJ Amrit Sidhu, and dance floor twerking by me. Don’t stop get it get it!Click to Continue!
Like I mentioned the other day, there’s something of a criminal undertone in Milan that makes you feel like getting up to no good, so the Italian city was the perfect backdrop for Persol’s party to celebrate the launch of its new Film Noir collection. And it literally was a backdrop. Held at the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana (an ancient library near the Duomo), trench-coated detectives and femme fatales were projected on the brick walls as we walked in. Downstairs, eyewear installations were laid out like scenes from a Cluedo crime scene — revolvers and roses, typewritten drafts of ransom notes, liquor laced with poison.Click to Continue!