Rebels isn’t only synonymous with music. It’s unique and exquisitely produced film series Rebel Rave TV launched in 2009 in collaboration with the highly skilled film-maker David Terranova. The Rebel Rave series has documented Rebel antics on an extensive global tour crossing the USA and Europe and the series is a consistent source of creative and cultural inspiration.
As Crosstown Rebels enters the tenth year, they mark the occasion with a world tour of epic proportions illustrating CONTINUE READING
“I just want to make kids freak out and let loose – we all came to party – I make a party – you have no choice but to get into it – young and old – one thing is for sure, you’ll be going nuts.” – MartyParty
MartyParty, 1/2 of the duo PANTyRAiD has just released his his debut work of 2012 "Just Because of You". Once again the South African native delivers. Everything from the the horns, the kicks, the snares and his signature glitchy heavy bass, "Just Because of You" has it CONTINUE READING
Dubstep originators Skream and Benga bring their latest sub-bass selection to North America and hit the road on a month long tour crossing the nation for 12 stops (see below). Continuing from their BBC Radio 1 spot and their ‘Show Jacker’ escapades, Skream & Benga bring the heat starting October 19th in Chicago and ending in Kansas City on November 5th. We'll for sure be catching them at HARD Haunted Mansion on Saturday Oct. 29th, for tickets click [HERE]. For full dates and city stops CONTINUE READING
Following on from the success of the massive “Alive” Dirty South teams up with fellow Australian DJ/ Producers Those Usual Suspects to produce "Walking Alone" - THE anthem of fall 2011.
Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht Walking Alone
“Walking Alone” has been firing on all cylinders well in advance of its release thanks to the mighty Swedish House Mafia who named it “Essential New Tune” during their takeover of Pete Tong’s legendary Friday night Radio CONTINUE READING
If you don't like The Glitch Mob then screw you, seriously though. Here we have the latest offering from the Los Angeles trio who just recently collaborated with Lollapalooza to release their first single, Warrior Concerto, which has taken their upcoming project, We Can Make The World Stop. The song emphasizes on their trademark complex string progressions and crazy basslines, which is just the perfect way to set the tone, regardless of what you feel like listening to at the time. Look out for CONTINUE READING
As promised, Jon Gooch has just released the preview for his new EP under his stage name Feed Me for his upcoming album, Feed Me to the Stars, off Mau5Trap records and I couldn't be more excited. This album has been much anticipated after his first album titled, Feed Me's Big Adventure, which had six of the eight tracks hitting the beatport top 10 tracklist. Though this EP is just a preview, it's a delicious taste of what is to come for the full LP later on this year. We'll keep you up to date CONTINUE READING