This year, Sunday Scene hits Palms Pool; the ultimate outdoor playground featuring three pools, four bars and a climate controlled gaming area. This week, Brett Rubin brings his Funky House tunes to the pool as all the ladies enjoy the hosted mimosa bar form 1pm-2pm.
When Brett Rubin was 19 years old he bought his first set of turntables along with four crates of hip-hop records. It was a good first effort, but within one week Brett had sold all the hip-hop records and begun digging for electronic music at Gramaphone, and other famous chicago record shops. Beginning with a deep trance sound that was big in the late 90s, Brett went on a 12 year musical journey. He experimented with many different styles and sounds ranging from deep house, funky house, tech house, techno, progressive, breaks, and dubstep. This wide range of musical influences has helped form the genre-crossing style prominent in Rubin's sets today.
Across the span of his carer, Rubin has had countless opportunities to share the decks with the biggest names in the industry. He has shared the stage with acts like; Tiesto, Sharam, Paul Oakenfold, Danny Teneglia, Bob Sinclair, Dj Dan, LA Riots, Second Sun, Lee Burridge, and many many more. Since moving to Las Vegas in 2005 Rubin has performed at just about every major nightclub and pool club on the Strip, while being a staple of the afterhours scene. Rubin held residencies at Empire Ball Room and Seamless for 4 years before launching his own afterhours at the Artisan Boutique hotel which quickly became voted the number one afterhours in Las Vegas. Brett is co-creator and music director of Black Rock Syndicate, one of the premiere sound stages at each years Burning Man Festival. Brett also performs on some of the other main stages each year including Opulent Temple, and Distrikt.