Monthly Archives: November 2012


Nox Illusio is back for a second installment partnered with Modern Disco Ambassadors! On December 1st, 2012 prepare to get down to grooves by Woolfy vs Projections. Simon James and Dan Hastie united in 2008 to form this down-tempo, seventies funk inspired project. The Return of Love is the name of their latest album, which was released this past September. Come join us at 333 Live to see them live! Cheers. 




ImageWe are pleased to announce that we have partnered with one of the most beautiful venues in SoCal, to bring you some unforgettable events and memories.


MESA, Costa Mesa

Please join us at MESA for our opening ceremony.

Thursday, November 15, 2012


Mesa Thursdays
Deep Beats | Good Eats | Tasty Drinks
Celebrating the 1yr. Anniversary of
South Coast Plaza
Hosted by
Sounds provided by
$10 cover | $5 w/ | 21+
725 Baker St. Costa Mesa, Ca (The Camp)

Finally! Sonar Festival makes its way to Los Angeles this Saturday. The Shrine Auditorium will host a night not to miss. Hailing from Barcelona, Spain the festival has been a staple go-to for European music heads for the past two decades. The festival showcases a wide variety of artists primarily in the electronic dance genre. This years headliners include: Die Antwoord, Azari & III, Seth Troxler, Paul Kalkbrenner, and Nic Fanciculli.


Tickets: HERE

Doors: 8pm

Show start: 9pm

It’s been awhile since we’ve graced you with our presence (graced your screen that is). We’ve been wrapped up with a wide array of All Hallows festivities. For those of you who missed us, Lee Curtiss made our body twitch at La Cave on Wednesday, Tim Green brought the house down, Com Truise switched things up on the dance floor, and we got weird to beats by Benoit & Sergio.

Special thanks to all of you who made it out to our first Nox Illusio event, Let’s Get Weird featuring a live performance by Benoit & Sergio. The duo tore up the 1K crowd at 333 Live, Los Angeles.

If you are looking for more bumping and grinding, meet us tonight for Ardalan at La Cave, Costa Mesa. This San Francisco native knows how to shake things up as he has recently joined the Dirtybird crew. Check him out below.