Ever since Feed Me announced his new stage production back in 2011 I have been itching to see him live. I’ve had the opportunity many times, but every time he was in town it was just my luck that he hadn’t brought the Teeth with him. Dominating the stage with a menacing grin and evil slits for eyes, his twist on the traditional LED wall is a sight to behold. Add that to his crazy awesome production and you’ve got one hell of a show. Find out what went down at his Webster Hall double header last week after the jump!
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This weekend is looking biggg! I’m going to every single on of these, hope to see you guys there too!
Thursday January 31st
Friday February 1st
Saturday February 2nd
Sunday February 3rd
Looks like we’ve got a pretty eclectic mix this weekend. Enjoy!
As the dance music scene gains more and more popularity it seems like the talent continues to get better at a younger age. The 17 year old Caveat is the newest name on the scene with his remix of “Make It Bun Dem” by Skrillex and Damian Marley.
Turning this Dancehall, reggae infused track into a top Electro banger, Caveat has continued his streak of top notch remixes. Don’t believe me, check out his remix of Dada Life – Happy Violence and Feed Me – Strange Behavior (bonus free download on his Soundcloud). With support already coming from the likes of Tiesto this young producer is definitely one to watch.
Coming off of a three week tour of Australia, a tour of North America with Feed Me, a handful of parties in Miami, and a recent relocation to Los Angeles, AC Slater comes back hard out of the studio with the bass-heavy Electro release, Sidewinder, due out on Brooklyn’s Trouble & Bass Recordings on May 8th. Sidewinder features a two-pack of originals from AC, along with a pair of big and bassy remixes from pals Drop The Lime and RackNRuin. Just what you’d expect from a member of the T&B family, AC Slater delivers some low-end Electro that begs for a massive system. Get it into you after the jump. Continue Reading
The mystery duo from Los Angeles known as 0SM have struck again! This time, the boys take complextro to a big room level and top it off with the sexy and powerful vocals of Alex G. If you love the heavy hittings of Zedd, Porter Robinson, Skrillex, Feed Me, or Wolfgang Gartner – look no further than the FREE tunage from 0SM. Enjoy.
*If you haven’t heard their other big tunes (and also FREE for the taking), try these on for size:
Good morning! Today’s stories feature Afrojack, Above & Beyond, Justice, Zedd, SIZE TV, & Feed Me. Please read on after the jump.
It’s that time of the week for The Dirt, and for this 63rd issue, I want to introduce to you our newest member to the GDD™ team, Korb. We’re providing variety and of course quality, to help bring you into the weekend. Check out the streams and commentary after the jump, then go to the GDD™ Facebook page to download the .zip with all of the tracks!
OC - If you weren’t able to make it to one hell of a HARD Summer this past Saturday (or if you just can’t get enough), don’t worry because we’re bringing you a big one to your neck of the woods. Tomorrow night, Into The AM + Dim Mak present Feed Me @ The Yost Theater in downtown Santa Ana. Supporting will be your very own BONES, along with Big Chocolate and Sky Runner. Looks like you kids better put on your bass pants – things are gonna get messy.
The YOST Theater
327 N. Spurgeon St.
Santa Ana, CA 92701
I can’t believe the weekend is here again already! As always, CONTROL is set with a stacked double-headliner night tomorrow with Kill The Noise and Jesse Rose each throwing down an hour and a half set. After seeing the live interview that the Avalon did with Kill The Noise on Twitter yesterday, I’m pretty excited to hear some brand new heat from the Los Angeles producer. And of course, it’s always a pleasure to hear some Made To Play jams from the legendary Jesse Rose.
Please RSVP names to JONAH@GOTTADANCEDIRTY.COM to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted before 5:30PM tomorrow night.
$10 before 10PM
$15 before 11PM
930 – 1130 : Spiggy
1130 – 100 : Jesse Rose
100 – 230 : Kill The Noise
230 – close : Rifat Ziadeh