Insomniac Presents Inception with Trent Cantrelle | My Favorite Robot | Miguel Ortiz @ Exchange LA

Insomniac Presents Inception with Trent Cantrelle | My Favorite Robot | Miguel Ortiz @ Exchange LA Comments

04_19_TrentCantrelle_600x800 You're probably already familiar with Trent Cantrelle and his massive international hits "I Need A Freak" and "What I Need," so I'll spare us the introductions this time. The man is a beast, and fits just as well in a stadium as he does a warehouse.  What YOU need to do is get down to Exchange LA Saturday night for a super special Inception featuring SoundsLike.  For those who don't know, that means Exchange will be transformed into a dark carnival of vibes complete with live artists, acrobats and other awesome shit. Playing alongside Trent is one of our favorite groups, My Favorite Robot, who not only play a mean live show, but also run a very high quality label, My Favorite Robot Records.  As musicians and selectors, these guys have it extremely dialed and extremely deep, so make sure to get there early to catch them and Drai's resident Miguel Ortiz. Happy partying. Tickets [HERE]  
Simion – U + I | Betoko Remix

Simion – U + I | Betoko Remix Comments

Today we focus on a single remix of Simion’ ‘U + I’ produced by the one and only Betoko, a Mexican native regularly featured on our site. Beto Cohen, "Betoko", was destined to be involved in the music industry from an early age. He began by playing guitar and drums at the age of 12, and by age 20, his dedication to music led him to create his own studio. In 2002, Beto made the decision to move to London where his true musical passion blossomed. Although the original mix and the entire CONTINUE READING
FRAME^WORK – Nicolas Matar | Steven Lira – Sound 4.18.14

FRAME^WORK – Nicolas Matar | Steven Lira – Sound 4.18.14 Comments

We have an honorable member of the music industry making his way to Sound Nightclub this Friday by the name of Nicolas Matar. This whole week has been massive for Sound and we couldn’t be happier to see Nicolas step on the decks for the next Framework session. His father was a wizard behind the decks in the 70’s Disco/Funk and Soul scene in New York, which can be considered one of his main musical influences. Nicolas has done it all, from traveling the globe to opening his own reputable venue CONTINUE READING
TUFF Tape Vol. 18 – Andrew Ward

TUFF Tape Vol. 18 – Andrew Ward Comments

Making his way to our front page and our latest TUFF Tape is Miami based artist Andrew Ward. Creativity and consistency run deep through Andrew’s veins, which make him a perfect fit for a TUFF Tape. Andrew is a resident at Miami's Electric Pickle, and his individual style, as evinced in this mixtape, illustrates precisely why that venue is among our favorites in the area. Andrew's music certainly speaks for itself. His track selection and transitions are absolutely brilliant, and this is CONTINUE READING
Einmusik – 5 A.M. | Album

Einmusik – 5 A.M. | Album Comments

Between the one and the other. A simple physical background, but a special moment. It’s 5 am. The people are still dancing and everybody recognizes that special colored sky. It’s the blue hour. The beats are still the same, but the feeling is changing. Your feet get awake again, your face gets a new color, your hands are no longer hidden in the darkness, but you still not arrived in the daily flow. Einmusik did an album, especially for that moments between night – and daytime. The sounds CONTINUE READING
Thee Cool Cats | New Releases on CUFF, Nurvous, Sleazy G & Dear Deer

Thee Cool Cats | New Releases on CUFF, Nurvous, Sleazy G & Dear Deer Comments

If the last couple of weeks are anything to go by, Thee Cool Cats have been on their grind, and it's paying off.  March and April have seen a total of 3 New EP's (on 3 different labels) and a track on Sleazy G.  Being a fan and a supporter, particularly of Play It Again, myself, I jumped at the opportunity to take a closer look at their latest offerings. New York's Nurvous Records brought us the first batch of tunes: the "Oops EP." Love Parade and Oops are a couple of funky, chunky pieces of CONTINUE READING

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