This Friday, the famed Control night at Avalon Hollywood will be one for the books as Matoma, Dropout, Prince Fox, Bryce Vine, The Interns, and resident, Sam Hiller, will be throwing down for some pre-Halloween festivities. With an eclectic mix of styles throughout the night, including everything from future bass, to tropical, to house, the event is sure to have something for everyone trying to get down after a long work week, and for those trying to stay warm in a club environment as we slowly transition into the fall season. Buy tickets here and get ready with The Interns’ “Wet Hot Los Angeles Summer” mix.
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After warming up the Hollywood Palladium for Duke Dumont last Friday, The Interns are ripe with inspiration, and they’ve channeled it into the fourth edition of their Industry Analysis playlist series. Chock-full of timeless classics, funky jams, psychedelic journeys, a healthy dose of house music, and more, this newest offering is a representation of the vibes they’ve been following to transcend the 9-5 grind, and dig deeper into the contemporary musical landscape.
The Bixel Boys, BONES, and The Interns are storming SF early next month for the Gotta Dance Dirty Takeover at Harlot SF! Ahead of their play, The Interns have crafted a club heavy mix for Harlot SF’s weeSpin channel featuring a lot of tunes they like to play out in a given night. Full tracklist after the jump and don’t forget to RSVP if you’re comin’ out for this legendary evening of debauchery HERE.
As this warm summer week comes to a close and the weekend begins, The Interns deliver their third Industry Analysis for another showcase of the sounds that they would put their money behind – if they were betting men.
Featuring everything from mood-elevating, feel-good vibes to ominous late-night thunder, this edition of the playlist series is a trip to the desert and back with an eclectic array of genuine talent that The Interns believe in, including both up-and-coming and more established acts. Enjoy the playlist above, and if you haven’t already, listen to their latest mix, “The Interns Present: Wet Hot Los Angeles Summer” below and/or download it here.
Friends and fam, buds and babes!
Summer is in full effect, so lets get on a hot one this Friday night in DTLA….
We invite you this Friday, July 24 to the Conga Room @ L.A. LIVE, where the GDD DJs will be taking over the decks of #CRLA, and blow it out to celebrate the birthday of our Miami boy Troy Kurtz aka TK TUNZ.
The party is FREE, just mention our name at the door!
EVENT INFO HERE
The Summer season is ripe for The Interns as they return with the third installment of The Interns Present mixtape series, this time reviving the signature soul that pushed their debut tape to over 50,000 plays in it’s 8 month tenure online. It’s the sound that’s come to define their live sets as they’ve rocked pool parties at The Standard DTLA and Hotel Figueroa, respectively, post Spring solstice in 2015.
With a slot at EDC Las Vegas 2015 now in the books, and a handful of gigs up and down the California coastline, things are just starting to heat up for the boys and they’re not showing any signs of letting up!
As for ‘Wet Hot Los Angeles Summer’ you can hear the influence of many late nights on the dance floor and long days in the festival circuit. The mix is really an homage to the sounds that inspire them to get up and dance combined with the cult classic movie set to make its return later this year. It’s perfect for those looking for a spicy afternoon soundtrack or some late night fun as it offers some insight to the non-Angeleno’s on how to get after it, Southern California style. Listen above and download the mix here.
7/16 – VS w/ special guests @ Fais Do-Do – Los Angeles, CA
7/18 – Blended w/ aRod @ Lock & Key – Los Angeles, CA
7/24 – Conga Room w/ BONES – Los Angeles, CA
9/26 – GDD Boatylicious – Long Beach, CA
10/2 – Harlot w/ Bixel Boys – San Francisco, CA
A couple of years ago, I attended Lucidity Festival for the first time, and ever since, I’ve wanted to return for its eclectic music programming, vibe, art, and down-to-earth crowd that prefers an intimate experience. Just last week, Lucidity announced its 2015 lineup, months after selling out of the initial “Early Owl” passes, and it’s looking like it will be another fantastic 3-day weekend run from April 10-12 in Santa Barbara. Headliners such as The Polish Ambassador, Thriftworks, and Fort Knox Five hold down the bass music front on the Lucid Stage, while Elephant Revival and Dirtwire grace the Alive stage, along with other stand out underground and local talent scattered throughout.
In addition to the Lucid and Alives stages, the Nomad stage, curated by Santa Barbara’s Music Is Love, rounds out the bill with an on-point selection of house, techno, and some more bass music. Artists like Doorly, dirtybird’s Christian Martin, Pumpkin, Perfect Driver affiliates Wood Holly and Ballast, Trevor Kelly, Bix King, A La Mode, and a couple of our own, The Interns, will man the decks on that stage throughout the Lucidity weekend. To highlight the Nomad stage, we’ve put together a music-focused showcase of select artists from its lineup to get you ready for what’s to come.
Enjoy the showcase after the jump and pick up tickets to Lucidity here.
The Interns return with the second edition of the Industry Analysis Playlist Series, an homage to the bourgeoning talent in the vast soundscape known as SoundCloud. These two dudes put their ears to the test and industry knowledge on the line as they lay out their top 20 picks for month. Ripe with lush indie, electronic, and house vibes, there is no limit as to what gets the official nod from the boys, rest assured, it’s all your headphones could ever hope for.
Los Angeles stand up! A handful of the best and brightest young artists in electronic music are coming together for an InDeep event on January 29th at Sound Nightclub. The musical stylings of Hotel Garuda, SNBRN, Dr. Fresch, Matt Dimona, Rambo V, and homegrown GDD OG’s The Interns will be setting the vibe for the evening. It will be a night full of groove-driven house and future sounds, so you’re not going to want to miss it. Grab tickets here, and read on to see what you can expect from the talent that night!
Hot off the release of the super successful “Industry Analysis” and “Day Off” mix, The Interns have granted us one last Christmas wish. Uniting some of the best deep and soulful house tracks the boys could get their hands on, Black Christmas takes the listener on a musical voyage. The 4 minute saxophone intro sets the tone for a unique track lineup, featuring cuts from SOHN, Maceo Plex and many more. Download Black Christmas, strap in for an hour of vibes, and look out for more exciting stuff from The Interns in 2015. Tracklist after the jump!