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On deck for Kastle‘s on-point Symbols Recordings is a 4-track EP from 20 year old video game enthusiast and bass music prodigy, Lindsay Lowend. This young DC producer blends his interests in gaming and technology with a seemingly inherent feel for building depth and vibe to his music, a rare quality found in such green talent. Already picking up support from some big guns around the scene, I’d expect the Wind Fish EP to make some large waves toward the end of this summer. Available August 6th. √+

Pretty Lights‘ full album available to stream
Moderat Talks Collaborative Process and Making of Sophomore LP in New Video
The Do LaB introduces “In The LaB” Podcast with select Coachella 2013 Performances
SFX Entertainment reveals plans to acquire Stereosonic

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Spring is here in New York. Yes! No more coat-check! Where are you headed this weekend? Here are our prime selects:

Thursday May 2nd

Stafford Brothers @ Cielo

Friday May 3rd

Kastle LIVE @ 285 Kent

– Steve Lawler and Sleepy & Boo @ Marquee

Saturday May 4th

– Verboten presents Luca Bacchetti / Droog / MC & Hammer at Sullivan Room

– The Bunker: A Red Bull Music Academy Special at Public Assembly

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It comes as little surprise that Kastle, a man who’s such an avid and exuberant pusher for music (his own, and his label’s), has just released his first full length album only a short three years after starting this musical project. With a mind-blowing flow of releases, remixes, mixtapes, and shows already in his repertoire, Kastle’s been one of the most useful and gracious advocates of the forward-thinking musical movement in the US. As many talented and unique artists as there are in the world, Kastle is one of very few who I can introduce to absolutely any one of my friends and have them fall hands-down in love with his music without failure.

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After weeks of being on the #GDDRV tour, the GDD djs Troy Kurtz, BONES and Burn Unit return with a massive triple threat Dirt edition that is yours for the taking. Not only were these some of the tracks that stood out over the trips to SXSW and WMC, but also served as the soundtrack to the cross country tour spirit…

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The visionary Southern California music and arts company, The Do LaB, has announced its Lightning in a Bottle 2013 lineup. With a diverse offering of top-tier and emerging talent including Rusko, Nicolas Jaar, Lee Burridge, Emancipator, Kastle, Psychemagik, Jobot, and Odesza, among many others, it is set to be yet another incredible experience supplemented by art, yoga, workshops, speakers, consciousness, and more. For tickets and more information visit lightninginabottle.org.

The second single from Kastle‘s highly anticipated debut album comes in the form of “Make You Stay” — a half time collaboration with LA producer JMSN whom Kastle remixed last year. It’s a sexy, soft ballad, with crisp percussion, harmonic vocals, and one killer keyboard solo from big K. Pick this single up on Symbols Recordings April 9th and keep an eye out for another collab between these two on Kastle’s album.


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Spring can now officially begin.  The new aRod SpringGlo 2013 Mix is here to set the mood for the entire Spring season.  From deep disco to indie-electro, from big disco to UK + deep house, this mix runs the gamut on all your favorite genres.  Lustful, sleazy, bouncy vibes from the MASSIVE track list (incl. Villa, Kastle, Russ Chimes, Classixx, Ali Love & Breach, just to name a few of the fantastic many).  ENJOY.

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Kastle has unveiled his most recent track set for release just in time for Miami (March 19th), and it seems like he’s been listening to a fair amount of Disclosure lately as “Red Light ft. Ayah Marar” has undisputed parallels to the UK duo’s smash hit, “Latch.” Sexy, swinging, and 100% necessary to add to your Miami playlist, “Red Light” has opened up a new door in the already impressive production toolkit of Kastle. I hope we hear more like this from the forward-thinking Symbols labelhead this spring.