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HARD Summer 2014  PREVIEW | Official Trailer + Line Up + Mixtapes + Tuff Selections | August 2 + 3

HARD Summer 2014 PREVIEW | Official Trailer + Line Up + Mixtapes + Tuff Selections | August 2 + 3 Comments

Our friends over at HARD presents... have done it again! Do we dare say the biggest and baddest bill Los Angeles has seen in the last decade?! Gary Richards and Co. have been at the forefront of Los Angeles' electronic music scene for the last 15 years, employing the best of the best in both the creative and production departments to orchestrate groundbreaking experiences of a brand all their own. This time around they are bolstering that brand with a line up that  truly bridges the gap between CONTINUE READING
APEX Recap Video – Los Angeles

APEX Recap Video – Los Angeles Comments

APEX tour was a breath of fresh air for us here in Los Angeles. It brought a monster  lineup to a proper event space and created an environment that was focused solely on the music and the vibe.  The lineup for LA included Droog, Joy Orbison, Tale Of Us, Split Secs, Blond:ish, Danny Daze and Justin Martin and featured two rooms to oblige a variety of underground musical tastes. The tour was produced by Embrace Presents and showcased Liaison Artists' roster, which in our opinion is second CONTINUE READING
Simian Mobile Disco – Worhl | Album Tracklist & Video Teaser

Simian Mobile Disco – Worhl | Album Tracklist & Video Teaser Comments

In April, Simian Mobile Disco trekked out to the Southern California desert, taking with them their new live set up – two modular synths, two sequencers, and a mixer. Over a period of three days, they jammed and rehearsed in the desert, culminating in a one off sold out live show at Pappy & Harriet’s, Pioneertown, allowing 900 fans to witness part of the recording process. Those sessions, taped under the desert sky, became the basis for their brand new album / live project “Whorl”. CONTINUE READING
Okain & Cuartero – Cameleon | Hot Since 82 Remix

Okain & Cuartero – Cameleon | Hot Since 82 Remix Comments

  Sometimes its best to just let the music do the talking. When Hot Since 82 is in the mix, it's pretty much a sure thing that no words need be said. Scope it and buy it today. Label: Knee Deep In Sound Artist: Okain & Cuatero Remixer: Hot Since 82 Release Date: 6/16/2014 And for all of you fanatics, scope the original track and Paul Ritch remix. This label is of to a firey start with no signs of cooling off!   STAY TUFF!   CONTINUE READING
UPDATE: ‘Richie Hawtin a.k.a. Plastikman’ @ Guggenheim Intl. Gala + ‘EX’ Preview

UPDATE: ‘Richie Hawtin a.k.a. Plastikman’ @ Guggenheim Intl. Gala + ‘EX’ Preview Comments

"James Turrell isn't the only artist who can make the Guggenheim glow: Richie Hawtin's pulsing installation gave a nod both to the history of rave culture and to the kinds of cross-genre artworks the museum supports" (New York Times) In reference to the Turrell's Guggenheim Museum residency last summer (specifically the Aten Reign installment that took place in the classic Frank Lloyd-Wright designed rotunda), this quote parallels how two artistic moguls curated an iconic space CONTINUE READING
Proxy – 10,000 | EP

Proxy – 10,000 | EP Comments

Russia’s mysterious electronic maverick Proxy is set to drop one of his most intriguing 2 track EP’s to date “10,000 & Nemezis” on Jon Gooch’s (a.k.a. Feed Me) label Sotto Voce. Emerging from the nuclear blast fallout from Feed Me’s highly acclaimed debut album, Calamari Tuesday, 10,000 & Nemezis is a giant leap in the right direction for Sotto Voce, and the first release from an artist other than Feed Me. “I like Proxy's unrestrained and visceral approach to music CONTINUE READING
Shiny Objects – Tell Me What You Want | Video

Shiny Objects – Tell Me What You Want | Video Comments

Shiny Objects returns with a new tech-laced dance inducer with a distinct sound that is oh-so-shiny. The new single, "Tell Me What You Want" is a funk-infused deep house track with a hint of techy goodness. Provocative female French vocalist, Aya, gives the track a surreal yet danceable edge. The original mix showcases a shifting clap and big build to get feet moving, while Click Click's rework offers a steady tempo and rolling bassline to keep the dance floor going. CONTINUE READING

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