Silver Medallion Holds Album Release Party Poolside at W Scottsdale on Sunday

Both Oren J. and Carnegie will not only be playing all 12 songs from the album for those in attendance but will also have DJ sets during the afternoon party, which runs from 1 to 5 p.m. (Their boy Epidemic and Phunk Junkeez singer Soulman will also spin). Partygoers will receive gift bags containing a copy of the CD as well as other swag, and there will also be live art and giveaways like Nooka Watches.

And there's good news for the fairer sex: ladies can get into the party for free, while dudes have to be registered guests at the hotel. Special $99 room rates will be available, brah, just in case you've got the green and want to crash at the stylish hotel. Call 480-970-2100 for reservations.

Clubs editor Benjamin Leatherman also contributed to this post.

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