This Saturday, Techno giant Adam Beyer returns to Los Angeles. Somewhat of a regular now at Exchange, the Swedish producer always brings the best of the best from his label, DRUMCODE, thumping into the early hours of the morning along with his special guest this weekend, Paul Ritch.
Pre-sale tickets available HERE
More event info HERE
And to get ready for Saturday, have a listen to Adam’s remix for Ida Engberg on Crosstown Rebels plus the most recent DRUMCODE Radio mix below!
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LA! Where will you be on New Years Eve?
Sure there are plenty of goings on around the area, but GDD would like to personally suggest the place to be as we ring in 2013. Insomniac has teamed up with Exchange in downtown LA to bring you a monumental night of music thats sure to go til the break of dawn. In the main room (top floor), techno legends Sasha and Adam Beyer will be in control of the decks, while deeper heavyweights Art Department and Damian Lazarus will be holding down Room 2 (bottom floor). You can fist pump your life away any other night – we highly recommend educating yourself with some of the best in electronic music as we ring in the new year.
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*Winner will be announced tomorrow 12/29 @ noon PST
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For the late afternoon starts to the late nights to the early mornings– here’s what gets us up, gets us going, gets us through the deepest of LA weekends.
GDD™ SPOTHEADS.005 (18 track Spotify playlist, 2 hours)
photo credit: Ryan Dinham
August bank holiday weekend is always a highlight in a music savvy Londoner’s diary. It’s the one weekend in the summer where the capital takes its partying to new levels with Notting Hill Carnival, and a host of other events scattered around the city. For South-West London, the weekend is now known for the annual SW4 Festival, an integral massive in the dance music calendar boasting an impressive lineup across two days. We were there last Sunday to check it out.
Read on after the jump…