Los Angeles-based daytime disco duo Poolside Music are releasing a two-song 7-inch with Scion Audio/Visual later this month. Until then, get some background on Filip and Jeffrey by watching the interview above.
Part of the infamous Mexicali crew, Climbers are two of tech house's rising stars, with releases on Purp & Soul and Culprit. This weekend will see them making their London debut when they come to Basing House for Deep'art presents Mexa Records showcase. To mark the occasion the duo have put together an exclusive mix for Pulse.
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DROOG has steadily built a reputation as one of the leading purveyors of forward thinking dance music, in Los Angeles and beyond. The collective have become known for their respected parties that through the years featured leading international house and techno talent, from Magda, Jamie Jones, Steve Bug and Martin Buttrich to Dixon, all four memebers of Visionquest, Nicolas Jaar, Dyed Soundorom, Shonky and beyond. Droog have also masterminded showcase parties at WMC, DEMF, BPM and Sonar festivals. CONTINUE READING
We want to give a special thank you to Marc Kinchen for the amazing set he threw down for us yesterday. It truly was a special day for everyone who got to share the experience with us. Here's MK's "Darkest Mix" of Lana Del Rey's "Blue Jeans"... Dude lives in the deep end.
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
The Bloody Beetroots are without a doubt one of the reasons why I got into this EDM scene, and I can honestly say that Mumbai Science is one of reasons why I continue to love what I do. The fact that I able to hear both of these producer duos musical creativity in the same track is just straight next level. Mumbai Science gives their take on "Rocksteady" with this remix that completely makes me want to go buck wild. The BPM is a little faster than what we have been playing on rollingTUFF lately, CONTINUE READING
Little Boots' track "Headphones" is a pretty sexy track as it is, but Moon Boots remix sends it to the next level. If you are one of our loyal followers, then you might have heard this song earlier this week in Tropicool's "Sole Fixtape Vol. I" however I liked it so much that I felt it deserved its own post. Moon Boots has released some very cool track in the past on French Express and I feel like his nu disco sound is only getting better as time goes on. Take a listen to the track and tell me CONTINUE READING