Justin Martin & Eats Everything – Feather Fighter | EP Comments

Justin Martin & Eats EvrythingJustin Martin and Daniel Pearce, aka Eats Everything have both been doing some significant damage in the music scene.‘Ghettos and Gardens,’ was the first single from Justin Martin’s debut on Dirtybird in 2012, which brought some new deep sounds and attitude to the table. His recent track remixed by Dusky, ‘Don’t Go’ is notably one of the hottest tracks of 2012. Daniel Pearce made his mark with the ‘Entrance song,’ released under Catz N Dogz, which was an instant favorite among the top talent around such as Carl Cox, Jamie Jones and Seth Troxler. You will be able to see Eats Everything and Justin Martin both at MIXMAG LIVE presents the Dirtybird Players @ Village Underground/London on Saturday, March 16th. This latest collaboration will be released on 1/11/13 and is one of many to come. Enjoy!

Death on the Balcony – Colours & Shades | EP Comments

  In “The Colour That You Bring to Me,” Death on the Balcony layers space-y synths and vocoder vocals on top of a funky bassline for a truly cosmic disco experience. “Shade I Bring to You” is a masterfully minimal jam with a smooth, sinister bassline. Pressurized trills billow out, filling the track with a dark, shimmering ambience. Nick Monaco’s delightful remix of “The Colour That You Bring to Me” adds a colorful acid-y vibe, straight out of 1993, complete with rollin’ CONTINUE READING
Words With | Human Life + TUFF Tapes Vol.2

Words With | Human Life + TUFF Tapes Vol.2 Comments

First off, congratulations on your most recent signing with Hot Waves and Hot Creations. I know you have been really busy in the studio, what kind of direction can we expect from your solo project now that your talents have been recognized on a much bigger level? More touring or more writing? Thanks! You can definitely expect more writing and touring.  My team is working on both US and euro tour dates for the late spring right now, so you can expect to hear more details on those soon.  In CONTINUE READING

Movement 2013 | Video Comments

Here we got ourselves the OFFICIAL trailer for the world's most prolific electronic music festival in the world which brings in attendees from all over the globe, Movement Detroit 2013. Tickets now available [HERE]. If the video doesn't sell you, or the reputation alone, check out the first lineup that was recently announced. Phase 1 Lineup: A Tribe Called Red, Amtrac, Andy C, Art Department, Ben Klock b2b Marcel Dettmann, Big Gigantic, Brendon Moeller aka Echologist, Carl Craig, Dave CONTINUE READING
Seth Troxler | Lauren Lane @ Sound Feb. 1st

Seth Troxler | Lauren Lane @ Sound Feb. 1st Comments

Tonight Sound Nightclub brings to L.A. Resident Advisor's pick for #1 DJ of 2012, Seth Troxler. I don't need to say much about it, because if you know what's good in Los Angeles tonight then you will be there early. Week after week they have been booking top talent and I could not be more grateful that we have a venue like this in our backyard... And if you ask me it's about time. We will continue to support as long as they continue to blow our minds with the grade "A" talent. CONTINUE READING

EJECA – Frequency | EP Comments

Gary McCartney aka Ejeca, makes another appearance here as he releases his latest EP called 'Frequency'. This EP serves as a great example of the talent that this young man possesses, just let his deep basslines and synths speak for themselves. Similar to the majority of his work, there is quite a collaboration genre present, such as deep house, garage and nu-disco. The Frequency EP recently has been released under Last Night On Earth Records; so make sure you tune in. Enjoy! CONTINUE READING

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