Friday, January 15 DJ Stoon
Saturday, January 16 Michael Woods
Sunday, January 17 Prostyle
Monday, January 18 Ruckus
DJ Stoon – Opening set by Paul Castro. Special offers are available Fridays at mur.mur including complimentary admission for those on the guest list, $5 drinks and bottle service specials.
Stoon is one of the fastest rising DJs in New York and, of course, Atlantic City. From Classic Rock to Dance music, his appreciation for different genres shows in his incorporation of different sounds in his sets. Stoon always looks to take the crowd on a journey that keeps them longing for more.
Michael Woods – Opening set by Doug Grayson
Woods is an English producer, DJ, and remixer of various EDM genres, mainly progressive house, electro house and trance. He is the founder of the imprint label Diffused Music, which was established in 2010 and focuses primarily on progressive house and tech house.
Prostyle – Opening set by Jason Smith. Special offers are available Sundays at mur.mur including complimentary admission for those on the guest list, $5 drinks and bottle service specials.
Style, professionalism, and relevance are the key ingredients to DJ Prostyle’s swagoo and seem to have also pushed him to excel in today’s music business. The Queens born-Orlando raised musichead, has been making the parties live since 13.
Ruckus – Opening set by PS1. Complimentary admission before midnight for hotel guests, Izakaya customers, black label customers, and students with a college I.D. $5 off admission with a Nightlife Rewards Card.
Hailed by GQ as “the most sought after DJ in the world,” DJ Ruckus has never moved slowly in establishing himself as the premiere open-format DJ. At sixteen years old, just two years after receiving turntables as a birthday gift, Ruckus was headlining the biggest nightclubs in his native Miami. By the following year, while just a junior in high school, Ruckus was behind the turntables at Diddy’s lavish birthday bash in Morocco and performing his signature fusion of hip-hop, rock, electro, house, soul, funk, and reggae around the globe.