To celebrate the kickstart of our partnership w/ LURE and iHeartComix, we wanted to catch up with the opening night headliner and our personal homie, Clockwork. This Sunday, October 13th, Clockwork joins Just Blaze, Franki Chan and our very own BONES to open up the new iHeartComix Sundays @ LURE. Now, we were going to ask some serious questions and be professional but thats boring and we’d rather have some fun for your own enjoyment (and keep it nice and quick for all you space cadets).
GDD: If you could have one more Alias, what would you go by and what style?
CW: I’d go by Henry C.K. and do stand up comedy
GDD: Name one celebrity you’d wanna go b2b with and why
CW: Rihanna so I could date her after the set
GDD:Favorite music to listen to when on the road?
CW: Anything with no words or drums
GDD: What’s the most embarrassing track you’ve ever played in a set?
CW: I had this edit of some track that had the cotton eye joe acapella over it and I didn’t mean to play it but I did and I hid under the table while it played
GDD: What’s the worst food you’ve ever eaten before a show?
CW: Had kangaroo before a show in sydney and it had me feelin some type of way the whole set
iHeartComix Sundays @ LURE 10/13 ft. Clockwork, Just Blaze
In preparation for his US tour, we here at GDD are lucky enough to have an exclusive promo mix from the groove master himself, Fred Falke. This Friday, Falke kicks off his tour with Private Label @ LURE, our newly-joined weekly event. He’ll be joined by the likes of Du Tonc and our very own Tropicool. The big guy has supplied us (and you more importantly) with an hour-long journey into the nu-disco fast lane. Grab a hold of this mix and hang on tight, and we’ll see you Friday @ the show!
1. Fred Falke – Omega Man
2. flawless / the ones
3. love theme / fred falke
4. dancing on my own( fred falke rmx )/ robyn
5. back to stay / fred falke
6. YSLM / burns X fred falke
7. the young MC(rythm masters rmx) / superfunk
8. last wave / fred falke
9. superlove (fred falke rmx) / lenny kravitz
10. reaching out (fred falke rmx) / nero
11. let it go (the knocks rmx) / dragonette
12. lift / digitalism feat M machine
13. aurora / fredfalke
14. tonight in tokyo feat luca c. (cassius remix) / jamie jones
Fred Falke on
To get on our guest list, please email RSVP@gottadancedirty.com with full names and plusses.
It’s looking like this year’s SnowGlobe Festival in Lake Tahoe could be their biggest one yet. Pick up tickets here and check in on November 3rd for the announcement of another headliner. I’m guessing Major Lazer or Diplo…
The Light Las Vegas is back with another giveaway featuring 5 pairs of tickets to the upcoming Clockwork performance for their weekly Blowout Wednesday’s. Clockwork has been having an amazing end of the summer touring all over the U.S. and is going to be bringing his massive sound to Light’s legendary setup. Enter to win via the Punchtab after the jump and the winners will be chosen and contacted Wednesday the 9th at noon for a look into one of the scene’s biggest acts at one of Vegas’ premiere night destinations. Continue Reading
Indian Summer vibes roll on this Friday as the legendary Fred Falke and super duo Du Tonc (Mighty Mouse + Matt Van Schie of Van She) headline the Private Label patio outside Lure alongside GDD’s Tropicool. Keep an eye out for a new mix from Fred Falke on GDD this week and snag $10 tickets to the event on Friday here.
Moby has been on quite the promotional tear of late for his recently released album ‘Innocents,’ his eleventh studio album to date. After NPR provided fans with the first listen last week, and performing two songs on Conan O’Brien the other night, tonight he’ll play the first of three LIVE performances at The Fonda Theatre here in Los Angeles. Tomorrow at 11:15am PST he’ll be a guest on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic, and Friday fans will be able to livestream the now sold-out Fonda Theatre show online for free.
All this to promote ‘Innocents,’ which came out this week on Mute. Get our thoughts on the album after the jump, and if you’re in LA tickets for tonight and Thursday are still available HERE!
The Dirtybird label boss himself Claude VonStroke is making his SoCal stop on the ‘Urban Animal’ North American album tour this Saturday, October 5th downtown @ Exchange LA – and we’re giving you FREE tickets to the show! VonStroke just released his full-length ‘Urban Animal’ LP on his imprint Dirtybird Records, celebrating an experimental journey into tech house, booty bass, jungle, hip-hop and more: “Spanning genre, space and mood, Claude VonStroke’s Urban Animal is as unpredictable and bewildering as any living entity.”
This Saturday he rolls into DTLA with support from fellow Dirtybirds J.Phlip and Justin Jay, and an opening set from Insomniac’s resident La Muerte. This one is gonna get hot and heavy into the late hours, so make sure you don’t miss out on this one!
HOW TO WIN:
- Go onto our GDD facebook and share the ticket giveaway post
- Comment below that post with your full name and @tag the friend you wanna bring!
… We will pick a winner on Saturday @ 4pm PST!
This week, Private Label brings in two Los Angeles artists — Daedelus + Nosaj Thing. Both known for their eclectic styles, these producers infuse a wide range of electronic music into their sets making for unique performances with each show. Come join us on the patio Friday night!
Grab your tickets here.
Next Thursday, October 3rd the Bromance crew is back in NYC at the newly named Slake and we have 2 tickets to give to one of you!
All you gotta do is shoot a tweet at @gottadancedirty @slakenyc and @bromancerecords with you’re favorite Bromance track to enter!!
Grab tix here if you don’t wanna chance it and check our favorite tracks after the jump. Get hyped!!
All different walks of life converged in Oakdale, California over the weekend during the Autumnal Equinox for Symbiosis Gathering; a period of time where the balance between the light and dark inside you, and around you, dances in harmony one last time. As the impending Winter slowly overpowers the days of Summer, thousands gathered at the Woodward Reservoir for a festival that was much more about a way of life, than it was music. Their plea for respectful patron-ship echoed loudly in the festival community and came to fruition through careful planning and preparation. With a deep passion for Environmentalism and sustainable living, the festival organizers provided a space that allowed for transformative experiences in the realms of art, music, and community. Brain stimulation ran rampant throughout the different activities scheduled throughout the five days of “Symbi,” as it came to be called. Continue Reading