In an unexpected meeting from two sides of the spectrum, Dim Mak’s SonicC and Breakbeat Kaos chief Adam F have created a monster. Already receiving support from powerhouses Caspa and Skrillex, the collaboration feeds the budding trend of several different artists joining forces on unique productions. Best part for you guys – they’re giving it away for FREE. Grab it below, you spoiled kids.
The Miami-based SonicC has jumped back on the burner, dropping two unreleased originals for his fans on soundcloud. After joining Dim Mak with the widespread glory for the infamous Stickin’, the young producer looks to strike back with his new original ‘Amnesia.’ A more progressive electro take for Sonic, this one is sure to get support from lovers of the mau5, Spencer & Hill, and Kaskade. There’s also hints of another big genre right now in there… Check it out below, along with an acid-inspired high energy version of his Prodigy bootleg.
Los Angeles’ biggest Friday night electronic party is back in a big way and ready to have a crushing year in 2011. In 2010, CONTROL at the Avalon brought some of the biggest, baddest, dirtiest parties to Hollywood, and you better believe we are going to keep the momentum going this January. For our first night back, we will be featuring a huge genre-mashing lineup, with a headline performance by CONTROL vets, Stanton Warriors, who will be supported by SonicC, Reid Speed, Dan Sena, and ///BONES. Let’s bring the CONTROL family back together this Friday…
As of this moment, we will be doing presale tickets only as we are working on how to make our guestlists more effective in the New Year. Check back before Friday to see if we will have a guestlist this week, but to eliminate confusion, buy tickets now and pick them up at will call Friday night.
LA residents and Daniel Ledisko and Jon Pegnato, better known to you as LA Riots from the Fool’s Gold label, will be headlining this Friday at the Avalon along with supporting acts by Circuit Freq and San Diego resident Brazzabelle. Be ready for a long night of main room electro beats served up with a side of sexiness from Honey Lounge residents ///BONES and Audrey Napoleon.
Please RSVP at JONAH@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount ticket list for the evening. Pricing will be as follows:
Wonderkid and Miami resident SonicC will be joining myself and Damaged Goods this Saturday along with the Overthrow badboys at Whiteroom for your usual dollop of misbehaving and degeneracy. Pre-sale tickets are $10. For reduced admission at the door, say the magic word ‘overthrow’ to save you some shekels. And since I’m feeling frisky, the first two people to email firstname.lastname@example.org will pay nothing because your precious first and last name will be on my list. One last thing, I’ll be bringing a bundle of GDD stickers for you to slap all over dade county, so come get some. *tix have been won*
A little late notice, I know, but we have just been given 4(!) tickets to give away for this epic event in Los Angeles this Saturday with many GDD™ favorites including Drop The Lime, 12th Planet, SonicC and more. The first two people to hit me up at JONAHDANCESDIRTY@gmail.com get two tickets each to the show. Just to make it interesting, state in the email which artist you want to see most and why. Keep it short and sweet. If you don’t win the tickets, you can still purchase them here! For now, just listen to what 12th Planet has to say about it…
***SORRY THE TICKETS HAVE BEEN WON. PURCHASE THEM AT NRG-LA.COM!
HARD 13 was incredible. deadmau5 was the special guest, playing alongside Steve Duda and Tommy Lee. The balcony was raging harder than the floor and pretty much every person in the place was clearly “on a good one.” Here’s a couple clips I took followed by some longer clips of each artist, plus the tunes you may in fact be dying to snag after you watch said clips. Oh, dear readers, what a night…
In the clip above, Jack Beats engaged a very enthusiastic crowd with some tunage by our dear friend Sonic C.
Heaps of totally fun HARD beach balls were released from the top at the end of Jack Beat’s set. This made many people very, very happy and is always a nice touch. Adding simple little extra details like this to your party can have a big effect and is always recommended.
Finally here’s a couple clips of WTF (deadmau5, Steve Duda + Tommy Lee) playing in the very cozy upstairs lounge/bar area. Seeing them play what felt like a house party set with everyone crowded around was a very cool experience and topped off a most impressive HARD event. We were able to stand right behind the mau5 and see what he’s doing on his Jazzmutant Lemur in addition to being able to check out Steve Duda’s screen, which full of all kinds of complicated geeky waveforms and wonderment. Tommy Lee just generally kept things pretty party.