Flaunt Magazine interview | Mick Cole | SOL!D Selector

Monday is the club goers Sabbath. It’s notorious for being the stay at home night to recuperate from the weekend maneuvers and late-night activities. But for almost a decade, deejay, promoter, and expatriate Mick Cole has given Los Angeles beat seekers a long weekend. In 1996, at a small French restaurant, under the deejay moniker The Bud Brothers [...]

Karma Magazine review | Moonshadows Sunday Social

Moonshadows | a coastal getaway for the avid partier.

BPM Magazine | Who Is America's favorite Dj

Mick Cole appears in the BPM Magazine Who Is America's Favorite DJ.    

944 Magazine review | Le Posh Salon | W.Hollywood

Le Posh is not your typical calm, relaxing spa. After all, most do not offer Champagne, a Dj and an in-house lounge.This ultra-modern trades zen for fun, blurring the line between pampering and partying.  

Mixmag review | Monday Social 1 year anniversary

Monday nights alright. Monday is the first day of the week and five days away from  the weekend. L.A.'s Bud brothers have done something about that offering up one of the best parties on a night usually reserved for football.          

URB Magazine review | Monday Social 10 year anniversary party

Monday Social 10 year anniversary party | Annie Nightingale | Dj Colette | Dj Dan | Dj RAP | Eve Falcon | Mark Lewis | Scott Kirkland.    

Flaunt Magazine 10 year anniversay CD review.

Tastemaker Mick Cole & Freddy Be , hosts of Los Angeles staple the Bud Brothers Monday Social, celebrate their tenth year with a double disc of the same name (cole mixed one & Be the other). Monday Social showcases music from artists who have graced the decks - Dub Pistole, Rob Paine, Layo & Bushwacka , Dj Garth , UNKLE, Jody Wisternoff [...]

Karma Magazine Monday Social 10 year anniversary

10 years in the world of LA nightclubbing, thats several lifetimes, considering that the average lifespan of a club here is measured in weeks Which is why the Monday Social is destined to rank among the most legendary nights out in Los Angeles history.