After establishing my social life in Los Angeles, I’ve gotten very used to very pretty people and interactions that can border on superficial. I love L.A. parties because even in the underground, most the people are sparkly in some way, and it keeps you engaged. But sometimes a change scene is needed, and a great … Continue reading OTB Does San Francisco : A Jaunt to “The City That Knows How”
Released in April, Nyxen’s “Is It Love” is the standout composition you should be adding to the playlist gearing you up for summer. Out now on , the newest single from the Sydney, AUS-raised producer and multi-instrumentalist Nyxen (pronounced Nixon) comes f the success her , which saw massive blog support and it made on Spotify’s New Music Friday and the US … Continue reading Nyxen’s
With festival season in full swing, there are music events happening all over the world featuring all genres music…except one. Trance as a genre is ten underrepresented in the dance music scene with events featuring more mainstream pop and bass music, even though trance fans are some the most passionate and dedicated fans around. Don’t … Continue reading In A State Of Bliss
With releases on , , and now (with this EP), along with support from BBC Radio 1 and sets throughout London and Ibiza, UK-based producer is just getting started. He has positioned himself to be on top the summer tunes 2017. His latest EP, recently shot into the top five pre-order downloads on the iTunes Dance … Continue reading Karuva premieres ‘The Underground’ from Upcoming EP
When people think Hard Summer, the typical reaction is a wave warm sweaty memories hearing their favorite song for the first time live with their best friends. Some our most legendary HARD memories are watching Baauer b2b RL Grime at the LA Historic Park, seeing Disclosure perform on the Underground Stage, experiencing Gesaffelstein in a … Continue reading 10 Reasons the Hard Summer 2017 Lineup is the G.O.A.T.
Crywolf, otherwise known as Justin Taylor Phillips, has been known to release “post-EDM” era tracks recently released his EP ‘Skeletons’. I’ve listened to Crywolfs new EP close to 20 times now and every time I listen to it, I sink deeper into it. Having always been a fan, it became pretty apparent while listening to the EP … Continue reading Crywolf Opens Up in His Latest EP ‘Skeletons’
Matt Lange’s dark and heavy techno tracks took me at a time in my life where dark and heavy seemed to sum everything up. Rather than my usual Skrillex-esque preferences, Lange had a driving force beneath his music, the pounding bass, the synth growl, and an overall ephemeral but foreboding feel that compelled you to … Continue reading Behind the Beat: Matt Lange
, the artist formerly known as Eelrack (if only he had a cool little symbol right?), just dropped his Litmus EP. His first release after re-branding himself, Meyer delivers three tracks in his signature style that I fhandedly characterized as “fat bass and minimal but stimulating, distraction, with a unique 4/4 ‘crunch’. While you could loosely … Continue reading Charles Meyer Drops Litmus EP Alongside New Mix