There are some practical answers here. Though, I remember stereo wars from college. It only leads to escalation. What next, recordings from the airport runway?
I prefer diplomacy. And, I keep my expectations reasonable. People party out here in suburban Longmont, CO. There is noise. But a lot of the people who live here are parents who prefer the quiet. Sometimes the problem solves itself. Other times, you just end up complaining to management.
It could be an age thing. But, I've had friends hire bands and turn up the music until your ears bleed. Very rude.
If the noise is persistent, then you should approach the landlord/manager. The landlord or manager may have some good news, as in, the noise makers are being evicted or are moving on their own. In other words, get a full situational analysis before acting.
When you have complaints like these, you should write a letter. Though, property management companies will respond, especially if more than one tenant is complaining by email. Take heart. Yes, as a last resort, you can move.