Riding high off their mighty BBQ tour, the infamous Dirtybird clan has set their dials for full speed towards the 2nd annual Dirtybird Campout this weekend. The 3-day excursion secluded in southern California features summer-camp games and activities (you’re literally assigned a Dirtybird camp counselor), a comedy stage, after hours, endless BBQ, refreshments, and of course friends and familiar DJs from around the world.
One of the best things about the campout is the the musically-educated crowd it attracts. As a festival celebrating the Dirtybird sound, fans flock from all over with a positive easy-going candor that reflects the music that will carry all weekend long. Needless to say, vibes will be 10/10.
The Dirtybird campout has just officially SOLD OUT, but tickets may still be available if you know how to keep your ear to the ground. To get you ready for the madness, rinse through a selection of live sets from last years campout below!
The never ending search for what to do on a Friday night in Los Angeles has reached a head this weekend with Outspoken and Dig Deeper’s happenings at Couture this Friday. The German House aficionados, Session Victim, are bringing their live chops to Hollywood for what is sure to be an immersive evening of good vibes and better music. With Dig Deeper’s Masha and Alison Swing on support duties, expect a well curated set list and a dance floor that’s been dialed in. It’s not too late to get tickets, and if you need more convincing check out Session Victim’s Boiler Room set below!
When I first saw this lineup drop on Facebook, I was pretty shocked. LA’s Lot 613 and associated shows are known for bringing the heat, but never have they done it on this level. Three of the underground electronic music kings in Dixon, KiNK and Danny Daze headline one of the best bills to grace LA in some time. Along with that onslaught are relative newcomers Weval, whose self-titled album is hands down one of the best of 2016. Resident trio Droog and Jeniluv round it out. I have no more words in me;
Whether you went to a festival or not over Memorial Day Weekend, chances are you’re probably starting to get the itch to get back on the dance floor. This Saturday, Sound Nightclub will be welcoming the French Express/Ministry of Sound affiliate, Chris Malinchak, RIS Labs’ Eric Sharp, and our DJ duo, The Interns, for a groove-fueled soirée in the heart of Hollywood.
For those unfamiliar, Chris Malinchak is best known for his blissful deep house anthem, “So Good To Me,” but he’s also gone on to release a grip of other well-received jams like “Happiness” featuring MNEK, which has surpassed the 1 million play mark on SoundCloud. On closing duties, LA local Eric Sharp has been building his profile as both a producer and label head with sophisticated house music taste, while also playing everywhere from Outside Lands to ADE, so be sure to stick around for his set. Lastly, The Interns, who you may know from their eclectic sets at Coachella, Holy Ship!, EDC Las Vegas, or WAVEY, will be warming things up with the feel-good vibes that they have built their name off of.
Get ready for the night with the music below, and grab a ticket here.
The Summer season is upon us and the lineups are already lookin’ HOT! The Well LA just announced the first lineup of their Summer pool party series, WAVEY, and it just so happens to fall on Memorial Day. So take a load off and come beat the heat at The Mondrian with Todd Edwards, Juan Maclean, Thee Mike B, The Interns, and Coco Disco. It’s sure to be some good clean sexy fun…Tickets are $10 with RSVP so don’t miss out and follow the instructions HERE.
It’s looking like another massive music weekend in LA, and one of the highlights will surely be the Avalon in Hollywood this Saturday night. Featuring the Repopulate Mars mastermind, Lee Foss, former Art Department co-captain, Kenny Glasgow, Desert Hearts’ Kevin Anderson, and RollingTuff’s Matt Ossentjuk, this party will bring proper house and techno to the infamous Hollywood and Vine dance music institution for revelers who prefer to groove into the wee hours of the morning.
To get you ready for the night, we’ve put together a list of 5 top tunes from Lee Foss and Kenny Glasgow, as well as some bonus material from Kevin Anderson and Matt Ossentjuk to make sure you’re well prepared for the vibes to come. Have a listen after the jump and if you’re feeling lucky, enter to win one of 3 pairs of tickets via our Twitter giveaway.
House purists and electronic Renaissance men, Lars Dales and Marteen Smeets (Detroit Swindle), are relatively new to the house community but have risen to the top through impeccable curation at their label, Heist Recordings, their finely tuned 2014 freshmen LP, and a live show that has audiences all over the globe clamoring. This Friday, they are set to make their LA debut at Couture Nightclub alongside Dig Deeper’s Masha and Alison Swing for what is set to be a tasteful affair in the heart of Hollywood. Be sure to get your tickets to see what it’s all about! Their live setup includes an extensive setup of analog and digital instruments and Outspoken has rented a Rhodes piano for the boys to jam out on.
In case you missed it, Paradise Garage, NYC’s legendary dance club, is coming to Los Angeles for one night only at the Hollywood Palladium this Saturday, December 19th! Ever since this show was announced, we’ve been looking forward to the club’s triumphant return to the west coast, and this weekend can’t come soon enough as we’re ready to get down to house and disco classics selected by two of Paradise Garage’s original residents, Joey Llanos and David DePino, and more.
In celebration of this rare event, we’re giving away a pair (2) of VIP tickets to this show and Paradise Garage merchandise! To enter, please follow the steps above.
After teasing the project through exhilarating sporadic appearances over the past year, Claude Vonstroke and Green Velvet finally announced their new collaboration Get Real this past November. To celebrate the official launch of the project, Get Real will be embarking on a run of dates this December and January in major US markets. The duo will also be introducing their first official productions as Get Real over the coming months, with new music set for release in early 2016.
Quickly approaching end of the year, be sure to catch the kick off of their tour at Exchange Los Angeles on December 26th.