Sin City Presents Magazine December 2018 Volume 5 Issue 11 - Page 36



Story and photos by: Charlene Zezulka

Source: Clark County Fire Department

MuScent Q & A

What is MuScent?

MuScent is the missing connection between Music and Scent.

Explain further please!

Humans enjoy 5 Senses; Sight Sound Smell Taste Touch. We are associative beings and use our senses with memory recall. For instance, a certain smell brings back memories of Mom cooking for the Holidays. Music and memories are like a treasure chest we dive into whenever we want and we feel those memories years later just as keenly as if for the first time. I believe scent is powerful in evoking pleasurable memories – or not so much lol I smell Brussel Sprouts cooking and well, it’s not pretty!

So how do you put the two together with MuScent?

A band, a musician, a club, offers their fans merchandise with killer T’s, the latest CDs, Posters and so on to remember excellent times. MuScent is another way for fans to keep on rocking; for instance, at your fav club you buy a TShirt wear it and everyone knows you are a Tail Gun fan. Someone says “Dig your shirt man, where’d you get it?” You buy Leona X’s latest CD blasting your windows out cruising the streets and others want to know “Hey! Who is that?!” MuScent offers signature fragrances exclusive to a particular band or musician or club so when you purchase merc to remember the killer time you had at Count’s Vamp’d – again for instance – you now have scent choices to enjoy and recall that night Thigh Voltage brought the house down.

How do you make that happen?

Interested parties hit me up for some testers. We meet up, I ask some questions, get a feel for what they dig and then I go back to my Krafty Kitchen and blend up 5 to 10 tester fragrances for them to pick out what evokes the spirit of their music, their style. Typically there are a couple blends for the guys, a couple for the ladies and a couple blends that everyone enjoys. The blends come in .5oz Amber Glass Bottles with little dripper spouts cuz you know, a little dab’ll do ya! The blends are part of available merchandise on the pertaining website. That’s the easiest way. This is new, never been done before, I get that – so purchasing tester vials of this and that would be the best way to go and then what you love you go back for the .5oz bottle. And sure, 1oz is also available.

So I buy a blend, how do I get it?

I get the orders, I fill them, I ship them. Blends are bottled fresh; they don’t sit on shelves collecting dust. That way inventory and what’s popular are really clear. Reviews are key not only to me but the host site, the band or musician or club, the blend or blends pertain to. What’s popular or not. I’m easy, I have a set price for wholesale doesn’t matter who you are. Mark-up is the other guys bivouac.

How did MuScent come about?

I’ve been blending fragrances most of my Life, but professionally for 16 years. I’m a freak when it comes to smell, I smell everything. I know instantly if I like it love it or, not so much. I’m an old hippie chick from the days when the air was filled with Patchouli, magical bubbles and flowers in everyone’s hair. My favorite memory growing up was hitting Paramount Imports in San Jose CA, still there and still amazing by-the-way. All the colorful posters, the jewelry, the clothes, the albums, and the smells OMGosh! I’d spend all my allowance on Incense and tiny scented oil bottles. That was when I first started blending; Patchouli Sandalwood Amber and African Violets, my signature scent, made my Mother gag but hey lol. At home, listening to Janis or Jimi or The Doors, painting my room with psychedelic colors, burning my sticks and blending oils, that’s my treasure chest of memories. I’d sell the oils for a couple bucks to my besties; together we smelled like a scented rainbow lol So music and scent and beloved memories … MuScent. What it is, has been, and shall always be, baby!

Spooky Saturday Spectacle with Davey Suicide and Wednesday 13

Written by Alison “MetalBabe” Cohen

Photos Courtesy of

Heidi Horvath Photography

Route 91 Harvest Shooting One-Year Anniversary

A City Still In Pain Prepares to Remember

Commemorative Events

Clark County, Vegas Strong Resiliency Center to Host 1 October `Las Vegas Portraits Project" Exhibit Sept. 17-Oct. 19

In conjunction with the one-year anniversary of the 1 October shooting, Clark County and the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center are hosting an exhibit of portraits of the 58 victims who lost their lives in the attack. The portraits were painted by artists from across the United States and around the world.

The exhibit, called "The Las Vegas Portraits Project," will be located in the Rotunda Gallery on the first floor of the Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway in downtown Las Vegas. It will be displayed Monday, Sept. 17 through Oct. 19. Crosses that were put up at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign to memorialize those who died also will be displayed.

More information:

An interfaith service on Sept. 30. The 5 p.m. service is titled, “Dear Love: A Ceremony of Help, Healing and Transformation.” It will take place at the Guardian Angel Cathedral, 302 Cathedral Way, just east of the Strip.

A sunrise remembrance ceremony on Oct. 1. Start the anniversary with Metropolitan Police Department officers, Clark County firefighters and officials from the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, who are hosting the 6:30 a.m. ceremony at the Clark County Government Center amphitheater, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway.

A dedication ceremony at the Las Vegas Healing Garden on Oct. 1. The new remembrance wall dedication begins at 6:30 p.m. The garden is located at 1015 S. Casino Center Blvd.

The Strip marquee tribute on Oct. 1. It begins at 10:01 p.m. and will include properties throughout the Las Vegas Valley, county officials said. The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign also will go dark at that time.

A reading of the 58 names ceremony on Oct. 1. The name of each victim will be read at the Las Vegas Healing Garden, 1015 S. Casino Center Blvd. The tribute begins at 10:05 p.m., the moment the 2017 attack began.


Fans began lining up outside The Whisky at 4PM on November 24th to secure a spot up front for this Spooky Show. The lineup was great, and included Mortis, Darling Dead, The Rhythm Coffin, Fate DeStroyed, Davey Suicide, Wednesday 13, and more. Almost every band had a variety of costumes, makeup, and props, and they all rocked the night away.

Davey Suicide put on an amazing high-energy show, as they always do! I have to admit that I was happily surprised that their first song was their latest. (I think that it’s called) “One Of A Kind” Bands rarely have the courage to open with a new song, but that didn’t stop Davey, and the crowd didn’t seem to mind at all!

Wednesday 13 mixed up their set quite a bit, in comparison to their recent U.S. dates, and opened with “Too Fast For Blood” (instead of “Keep Watching the Skies”). Also, it only made sense that the band offered us a few Murderdolls songs, since they recently performed as Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13 (which later transformed into The Murderdolls) at a sold out show in London at The Garage Halloween weekend.

This was heaven for the die-hard LA fans. Or was it hell?!? They did sing “Your Mother Sucks C*ck in Hell.”

Just when we thought the night was coming to an end, as we all chanted W13’s anthem “I Love to Say F*ck” with our middle fingers held high in the air, they gave us one more song. Wednesday 13 wants “Bad Things” to happen to you, and you, and you, and to all of you…

Immediately following the show Wednesday 13 announced they that they will be touring as direct support for Cradle of Filth on their upcoming tour. Catch them at The HOB in Anaheim March 8th, 2019!