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We have yet another must-see show during Goldenvoice’s Coachella week and this one’s going to keep all of you bass heads very happy. Sub Focus and Kill The Noise are going to bring the energy and plenty of low end to The Fonda Theatre next Thursday, April 19th. Grab your tickets here and be ready for the madness that will ensue.
Goldenvoice Presents Sub Focus (DJ Set) w/ Kill The Noise at The Fonda Theatre
► Dates: April 19th
► Location: The Fonda Theatre
► Show time: 8:00 PM
► 18 & up w/ government issue ID
► Tickets/info: HERE
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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.
Buy your discount tickets for $15 HERE
Upcoming CONTROL shows in January:
14 – Starkillers + Nom De Strip + Sharooz
21 – Le Castle Vania + Toy Selectah + Blake Miller
28 – Kid Sister + guests
Yesterday I spent most of the afternoon sorting through promo mixes from well known artists as well as ones from the up and coming producer bro. For some reason, I guess it’s hip these days to make an entire mix of nothing but jungle drums and pitch bending horn samples. Needless to say, I gave ‘electronic dance music’ a big F U and listened to nothing but Megadeath, Danzig, and Cradle of Filth for the remainder of my Monday. Tuesday came bearing gifts. LIKE, A HUGE GIFT WRAPPED F*$KING PRESENT OF BASS. Enter RUSKO x SUB FOCUS (a match made in Hades). I really should have seen this coming as Sub Focus was my favorite act of WMC (err, maybe Nero was). The original Rusko track ‘Hold On’ will be on his upcoming album (may 4 on maddecent) rudely named ‘O.M.G.’ (what are we, dead mow 5 bro?) You can stream the original on Pitchfork, which is quite what you’d expect from a Rusko tune, a fair bit of harmonic melody and a whomping amount of bass (really dig Amber Coffman’s voice *dirty projectors*). Rusko pretty much sculpted a perfect 10 model and Sub Focus took away her gag reflex. Dark. Moody. Sexy. Violent. I’m not mad with this fusion of dubstep x dnb. At all.
• Rusko – Hold On (feat. Amber Coffman) (Sub Focus Remix)
• Sub Focus – Could This Be Real (Sub Focus dnb Remix)
†moar dnb wobble mess noise†
• Crissy Cress ft. Youngman MC – Pimp Game