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Off the Beaten Path: DJ Corey Biggs and DJ-JD at Le Souk This Sunday

DJ Corey Biggs and DJ-JD at Le Souk this Sunday
DJ Corey Biggs and DJ-JD at Le Souk this Sunday
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Across the nation, Sunday nights are usually considered a time when you have dinner with the family, read the newspaper, and turn in early to get a good night's rest before the start of another work week. Here in New York, however, we do things a little different. Actually, one of the best nights to go out in the Big Apple is on Sunday. From Uptown to Downtown, some of the hottest parties of the week are happening on that night. One such party is going down this Sunday at Le Souk (510 LaGuardia Pl), one of the most prominent and sexy lounges in the city.

Music Is the Drug is the name of the party. For months it's hosts and DJs, Corey Biggs and DJ-JD, have been throwing their wild parties at other venues around town and now they are finally coming to Le Souk.

What can people expect with Music Is the Drug? Well, picture a room filled with the sexiest people drinking, smoking hookahs, and dancing to the hottest House, Tribal, and Samba while fire-hot go-go dancers rev up the crowd to almost orgasmic heights.

Mr. Biggs, has been a part of the New York house and techno music scene for years. Founder of and the broadcast radio and internet radio show, Music Is the Drug, Biggs has a long track record of playing the best Electronic Dance artists around. His weekly Music Is the Drug Radio program is syndicated through Syndicast ( on over 48 other Broadcast FM and Internet radio stations worldwide (including soon within American Airlines). It features the best in Deep House, Tech House, Progressive House, Techno, and Electronic Dance Music. He’s featured such legendary artists as Rui Da Silva, Luigi Madonna, Robert Babicz, Federico Scavo, Dosem, Noir, Timo Maas, M.A.N.D.Y, Tom Novy, Marco Bailey, and Sasha Carassi.

Spinning along with Biggs is DJ-JD, a new DJ to the New York house scene. They both will be blending House, Tribal, and Samba together into a fusion of explosive musical energy that will set the dance floor on fire.

In addition to the sizzling music will be the authentic and delicious Moroccan food, bottle service, hookahs, and atmosphere that Le Souk is known for.

If you are game to come out on a Sunday night and experience the very best of New York nightlife, then look no further than Music Is the Drug at Le Souk.

Contact for table and dinner reservations.

Le Souk lounge is at 510 LeGuardia Pl, between Bleeker and Houston. 212-777-5454

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