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This pack kicks off with a collaborative remix I did with my good buddies TERRAVITA. We traded the files of “Upside Down” back and forth for a few months, and the final master that Seth did makes this one of the loudest, wildest drops to date!
After that is a remix of “Red Step” by none other than Dim Mak‘s label boss, STEVE AOKI. A definitive electro house banger with a beefy halftime drop, he has been the only DJ with this weapon for a few months; now CONTINUE READING
Combining the world's best musicians with the world's best snow conditions, the 2011 SnowGlobe Festival is a one-of-a-kind experience that offers the ultimate fusion: music and mountains. With multiple stages of world-class musicians, the live music at SnowGlobe is sure to satisfy thousands of music fans. Skiers, snowboarders and music lovers will ﬁnd the ultimate escape for New Year's Eve in Lake Tahoe, CA. With multiple world class resorts within striking distance, the opportunity to escape CONTINUE READING
More Voltage...yes please! From SF to SD California's EDM scene is thriving, and the success of The Glitch Mob has played a major role in it. They always say three heads are better than one and for The Glitch Mob's case this is certainly true as we can see with the release of the successful We Can Make The World Stop EP. The new mixtape More Voltage they just released is just another prime example of how serious the LA trio is when it comes to making music and pushing the boundaries of EDM. CONTINUE READING
Fresh off their epic show from last week in Colorado at Red Rocks Amphitheater, the LA trio is back at it again with two new songs of their new EP. About a week ago we covered the first release off of The Glitch Mob's new EP titled, We Can Make The World Stop, called 'Warrior Concerto'. Now they've released two new tracks from it, and they are in perfect Glitch Mob form. Using their trademark synths and the electro style we have come to love, the new EP is looking mighty good. Be sure to 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