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The folks at Epiphany Presents are putting on quite the party next Thursday, Feb. 28th at Exchange in Downtown Los Angeles, with sets from Digitalism, Switch, Classixx, Rhythm Monks, and more. With a lineup fit for a main stage and a venue perfectly apt, THE LOT will be an amazing night and we have 2 pairs of tickets to give away. Enter below through Punchtab for your chance to win! Winners will be announced next Tuesday. Buy tickets here and find more info on the event here Continue Reading
Well this should be a rager. We’ve teamed up with Hyundai‘s Re:Mixlab and Elektro Magazine for a FREE event this Saturday in Downtown Los Angeles with a festival-style lineup including Switch, Brenmar, BetaTraXx, Whiiite, Bones, and Bixel Boys. If the lineup and free entry didn’t give you some movement in the lumber yard, how about an open bar from doors until close? Yep, it’s happening.
RSVP is required for entry. Just sign up HERE and arrive early!
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Major Lazer is at the forefront of dance music genre fusion. Diplo‘s innovative style has taken influence from Dancehall, Hip Hop, and Reggae, and injected the contemporary sounds of Electro and Moombahton — creating a distinct flavor unmatched by any of his peers. Following up the 2009 debut album, Guns Don’t Kill People — Lazers Do, Switch-less Major Lazer will be releasing the sophomore album Free The Universe on November 6th via Downtown Records. The album will feature massive collaborations including Tyga, Wyclef Jean, and Flux Pavillion, as well as this first single, “Get Free,” with Amber Coffman of Dirty Projectors. This music video directed by SoMe truly illuminates the inspiration Diplo finds for his music in Jamaica — giving credit to the culture and people that influence the creed of Major Lazer.
Good morning! Today’s stories feature Deadmau5 “Pulling Back”, Erol Alkan and Switch’s “A Sydney Jook”, The Presets’ Next Single, and Dance Music at the Olympics. Please read on after the jump.
SAN FRANCISCO: Goldenvoice SF is bringing you the raw, performed-live electro of The Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77 on June 28th. The Italian anarchy, along with Switch and Destructo, will be taking place at The Regency Ballroom. The Beetroots Death Crew 77 put on an exhilarating live show which will destroy you. Their masterful stage presence, in addition to their blasting drums and guitar shreddage, will definitely not disappoint. So bring your masks and join the party, it’ll be a night for books.
Goldenvoice SF Presents:
• The Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77
Regency Ballroom, San Francisco
1-2 SweetFA (Metamimetic, GDD)
2-3 The KiD (Shifty Rhythms)
This weekend I was lucky enough to grab an interview with Fool’s Gold’s Sammy Bananas. Unless you’ve been on Mars for over the last year, you have heard his epic bootleg of N.E.R.D’s “Everybody Nose” which has been played in clubs, festivals, and my car since its release in early 2008. Sammy has also released multiple remixes over the past year that have been given high praise by the likes of Fool’s Gold kingpin A-Trak, BBC Radio 1′s Annie Mac, and DJAM. His funky, feel-good tracks are at the top of the game, and he will be gracing Los Angeles with his presence this Friday at the Avalon in Hollywood alongside Dubsided’s Switch. Without further adieu, let me introduce you to Mr. Sammy Bananas.