HARD HAUNTED MANSION
DAY OF THE DEAD
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
AT LOS ANGELES STATE HISTORIC PARK
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Almost 30 acts including Justice (Live), Knife Party, Major Lazer, Zeds Dead, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Kill the Noise, Crookers and many more will descend upon Los Angeles State Historic Park Saturday, November 3 for HARD HAUNTED MANSION PRESENTS: DAY OF THE DEAD. However, it's the acts like MAYA JANE COLES, SOUL CLAP, HEIDI, and J. PHLIP CONTINUE READING
The last weekend of August in Los Angeles is fast becoming one of the main global destinations for the fans of New Wave of Underground dance music. For the second year running, our scene's cognoscenti descend upon Los Angeles in droves in anticipation of the mad week in the desert, aka Burning Man. This presents a unique and un-passable opportunity to catch some of the top modern house and techno talents in the same place, in one long, lost weekend.
This year's Get Lost (Saturday) to Hot Natured CONTINUE READING
I hope all of you in Los Angeles had an amazing time at his summer's HARD festival this weekend. There truly were some amazing acts and I hope all of you wandered away from the mainstream stages, and decided not to see some of the same sets for the 10th time and got to discover some new talent that you are stoked about come Monday. If you didn't make it to the festival, its ok because we have an amazing Mixtape here, courtesy of Dirtybird bossman Claud VonStroke. The name says it all, simply dirty CONTINUE READING
2011 was a groundbreaking year for Crosstown Rebels - they were awarded Resident Advisor’s best label and saw its family members truly blossom into superstars. 2011 also saw the LA debut of Get Lost at the Music Box, a party proving that LA’s big-rooms can be filled with forward thinking dance music. We are very excited to see that Get Lost LA is back for 2012, with Crosstown Rebels & Insomniac bringing an even bigger line-up featuring some of its best loved stars together with some of CONTINUE READING
Hot on the heels of their incredible opening party at the Egyptian theater All Day I Dream heads back to the West Coast for part two.
ADID label and production duo Matthew Dekay and Lee Burridge team up for the second time this year. The last time they shared the decks was our event during BPM festival in playa del Carmen, Mexico. A truly beautiful day of music and party of the festival. Check out this video from Mexico:
The soundtrack to your day continues to explore the melodic and CONTINUE READING
The zenith of the summer season is upon us, which means open-air parties are all the rage, with enticing events popping up everywhere (MS/DS being just one of them). Upholding their commitment to only top quality al fresco entertainment, the Culprit team is back at the Standard next Sunday with a very worthwhile group of Djs plotting to set the rooftop ablaze (not literally, of course).
Continuing their obvious affection for Canadian talent is the fast-rising My Favorite Robot trio. Very CONTINUE READING
Onto the next chapter in the rooftop saga. On July 1st Culprit returns, armed with a pair of outstanding young talented artists - one making his third appearance and another his well-deserved LA debut. It will be no exaggeration to say that Chris Manik aka MANIK and James Burnham, aka Burnski are two of the brightest rising stars of the new generation of house music artists. Prodigiously prolific producers, the pair have been knocking out memorable music in bunches. Between them the boys have CONTINUE READING