Killer Tracks' annual party at NAB is always a memorable event, and this year’s bash didn’t disappoint as pros from the worlds of film, television, broadcast and advertising packed the Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay for a night of food, drink, fun and outstanding music.

This year’s event celebrated the latest additions to the Killer Tracks catalog, Abbey Road Masters, a new production music collection recorded, mixed and mastered at iconic Abbey Road Studios in London, and Audio Wax, from multi-platinum-selling producers/songwriters Wally Gagel and Xandy Barry, founders of the indie label Wax Ltd. Gagel and Barry joined the crew from Killer Tracks in welcoming guests to Mandalay Bay.

Highlights of the night included exclusive, live performances by Killer Tracks artists Erica Driscoll of the band Blondfire and rising hip hop sensation Derek Minor. Driscoll was accompanied by Marko Kurtovic (Cillie Barnes) in an acoustic performance of Blondfire favorites as well as Goes to My Head, a track from the Audio Track release Indie Alternative.

Derek Minor, joined by DJ Standout, performed music from Going Up, newly-released on Killer Tracks’ Chronic Trax label. They also treated the crowd to selections from their solo work, including Minor’s infectious hit Of Course.

During the run of this year’s convention, Killer Tracks invited guests to its Salon Suite at the Wynn Hotel for demos of Abbey Road Masters, Audio Wax and other selections from its catalog. “People were very excited about the artists who contributed to these new collections, and the exceptional production value they deliver,” says Killer Tracks Director of Marketing Andy Donahue. “Our team has done a great job in forming alliances with top producers like Wally and Xandy, and in identifying emerging stars from across today’s most popular genres. We look forward to returning to Las Vegas next year with more great music.”