Grabbitz burst onto the scene just about a year ago after remixing “Silent Pictures” by Deadmau5 and has been on a production tear ever since. Now based in LA, he’s garnered the attention of popular producers and even landed an original composition on CSI: Cyber. With a live show rearing to go he’s released a mid tempo masterpiece on Monstercat and it’s sure to trigger some complextro nostalgia from the Blog Haus days. Have a listen below and keep your eye out for his new record “Better With Time” out December 11th!
RÜFÜS DU SOL‘s freshmen LP was one for the books, an artistic expression rivaled by few in 2014, which is why when new sounds started popping up I was curious to see what another trip around the sun would yield for the boys from down under. ATLAS was simple, cool, and sun drenched. A statement piece that tipped the scales in favor of live electronic over DJ sets. So how do they follow up their first look? With a nine minute masterpiece that exudes maturity across the board. “Innerbloom” is a living breathing song that shifts and blends and morphs into an actualized blossoming of the mind, body, and soul. It’s real, they’re back, and we’re all ears…
PreOrder their Sophomore LP ‘BLOOM’ HERE.
Paradise Garage means a lot of things to a lot of different people, but if you were around NYC in the 90’s than those two words take on a profoundly holier meaning. For those who are new, Paradise Garage served as a playground to NYC’s bourgeoning house and disco scene welcoming any and all types of boogie monsters looking to spread love and joy in the now SoHo district of NYC. What now seems like common practice was once pioneered by the legendary dance hall including placing the DJ at the center of the party’s focus, a practice that birthed the funk phenomenon Larry Levan in the flesh. Continue Reading
The Bixel Boys, BONES, and The Interns are storming SF early next month for the Gotta Dance Dirty Takeover at Harlot SF! Ahead of their play, The Interns have crafted a club heavy mix for Harlot SF’s weeSpin channel featuring a lot of tunes they like to play out in a given night. Full tracklist after the jump and don’t forget to RSVP if you’re comin’ out for this legendary evening of debauchery HERE.
Word on the street is that it’s Fall, and f*** that makes us sad. Summer 2015 was 10/10; so many great shows, festivals, house parties, beach seshes, hikes, drives, trips, flights, you name it we did it! With all those activities in the rear view mirror, we found it fitting to name the tunes that defined our Summer. We voted on the top 10 tracks released after March 1st that will forever send us right back to the peak of Summer 2015, and let us just say…it wasn’t easy. So without further adieu…
Tis the season for dark and moody electronic productions and Destructo delivers a mega tune just in time for his famed Fall Festival, HARD Day Of The Dead. He takes the Marshall Mather’s line “nobody listens to Techno” and adds a chugging bass line with heavy acid synths and the iconic kick snare combo to bring this monster to life. More of an homage to all the people who stuck with him while he did what he believed than a true techno tune, but that won’t stop it from getting plenty of air play this season, just you wait.
It’s jusssst about the end of Summer and Le Youth decided to squeak in one last anthem before the sun sets for good on the Summer season. It goes deeper than your favorite pool party and packs more heat than the best day at the beach. Catch Le Youth b2b Goldroom at this year’s CRSSD October Festival in San Diego and hear more of what these two Summer dons have cookin’ up!
The past month or so has seen a rise or decline in some of the biggest players in the digital music landscape. Apple Music launched, SoundCloud is…transitioning, SFX (the owners of Beatport) are in the midst of a fire sale, Tidal came and went, Spotify is plotting along, and Vinyl is on the rise (again!). Interesting times, to say the least. Below we have divided our online habits into three categories: Streaming (Paid), Streaming (Free), and Purchasing, in order to better evaluate the current state of the industry and also to offer our thoughts and aspirations for where things might go.
So join us, as we divulge our digital endeavors.
The productions of Craig Williams go a long way in my MP3 library – his remixes are known for taking dance pop anthems and morphing them into techno laced dance floor stompers. A hefty trait to be known for, to say the least. His latest is no exception taking Duke Dumont‘s 2015 fanfare “The Giver” and reducing it into it’s simplest four on the floor counterpart. Ripe for anytime past midnight, it’s sure to bring the ruckus to any club or festival setting.
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