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Insomniac Howls a Stacked Lineup for Nocturnal Wonderland 2018

For festival heads, summer is the season to unwind, hang with friends, and trek to big name music festivals. As the ambassador for electronic music festivals, Insomniac will be returning this September with the long-running Nocturnal Wonderland to bring fans three nights of camping and two days of art and music. The sea of talent tiding this year’s festival includes Boombox Cartel, Bijou, Slumberjack, Jai Wolf, and more. This year’s long list of names should be enough to leave fans drooling in anticipation until Fall. Here’s a couple artists we are looking forward to performing: PRXZM  The electro-pop duo has more »

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The 5 Acts Your Ears Need to Hear at Bassrush Massive

Our hearts will always belong to the future of music. We strive to share what’s good and what’s next on the block with our friends to better this world through unique art. Though your particular taste may belong to one thing or another, there is always something new out there you haven’t heard yet. Thankfully the good people at Insomniac let Bassrush dip down into the talent pool for some gems. This is where we are going to show you a little bit about 5 different acts that you can’t miss at this years 2-day Bassrush Massive. #1 – Caspa more »

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SLEEPYCATT’s Minecraft Birthday Party is the Music Festival 2018 Deserved

Soundcloud twitter is a universe crowded with memes and quotable tweets. Cartoonish personalities and characters that govern a community that feels cooler than the audio distribution platform itself. If you heard this past week that there was a “Minecraft Party” where Charli XCX showed up, you were correctly informed. For one night, Minecraft was the festival ground for a 13+ artist lineup that included Soundcloud favorites Y2K, Valentine, umru, William Crooks, Cavan Brady, Sadkey, Yitaku, Ramen Boy, and Gupi to celebrate SLEEPYCATT’s 21st Birthday. It’s as if Brownies and Lemonade was boxed in the 3-D space of Minecraft, or if Kaytranada’s more »

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Audiotistic Bay Area 2018 Looks to Make Bigger Splash With Stacked Lineup

After booking a stacked lineup of A-Class names that included Marshmello, Lil Uzi Vert, Ghastly, Playboi Carti, and Joyryde, flagship festival organization, Insomniac, returns to host Audiotistic with a lineup that is twice as big and full of promise. For two days, Audiotistic Bay Area will have appearances from Ekali, Medasin, Jai Wolf, K?D, and more looking to make a splash at this year’s festival grounds. Artists who have made strong campaigns this past year such as Whipped Cream and Judge will be taking center stage Saturday along with a superstar roster of earworm rap and electronic acts. Since 1996, more »

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Minimal Effort: A New Year Spectacle (Gallery)

Feature image: Chris Soltis All photos: Chris Soltis / Randon Vanucchi /    There’s something refreshing about stepping into a building that is almost a century old built with sophisticated architecture and timeless design for a massive NYE celebration. The MacArthur  was home to this years Minimal Effort NYE spectacle that featured two dance floors on the lower level and two massive ballrooms hosting only the best in underground House and Techno. It’s safe to say that Underrated Presents has out done themselves yet again.   With powerhouse players like Justin Martin, Jimmy Edgar, and J Phlip taking over the more »

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Life In Color Miami Recap

Thousands flocked to Mana Wynwood last Sunday to rage at the much anticipated Life In Color Miami Festival. With a stacked lineup and nice Miami breeze, the festival grounds were full of energy. This was Life In Color’s 11th annual concert in Miami. While the festival downsized since last year, the quantity of raging teens did not falter. The young and energetic crowd was excited to see some of the hottest artists. These include acts such as Lil Pump, Quix, Snails, 21 Savage, and Zedd. There were a few notable highlights of the night. Miami’s own, Lil Pump, put on a reckless more »

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Minimal Effort All Hallow’s Eve: Halloween Weekend At It’s Finest

Feature photo: Colin Defenbau It’s one of the greatest feelings ever walking up to a warehouse and hearing (almost feeling) pulsing Techno beats within the distance. Minimal Effort had it on lock and this year’s Halloween edition, All Hallows Eve, was one for the books.   Claptone’s reimagined stage takeover was indoors and had an endless wave of lazers over you the entire time you were present. The place was a party upon arrival and you could tell everyone was having a great time, no questions asked. From MK to Dusky and back, the hi-hats were rolling and the party showed more »

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Minimal Effort Is Back and Bigger Than Ever

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Get your tickets here: MinimalEffort.net Minimal Effort is back and bigger than ever with their Halloween experience, All Hallow’s Eve. This year, Minimal Effort is moving into a newly ventured venue by the name of ENOX Event Center this Saturday, October 28th for some of the best in underground House and Techno. They’re bringing musical programming that embodies the forward-thinking respects of acts like the infamously secretive Claptone, All Day I Dream label boss Lee Burridge, and reigning king of melodic underground music Eagles & Butterflies.Claptone’s world-renowned The Masquerade will be making its Los Angeles debut at All Hallow’s Eve, importing the signature production and staging that has more »

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Dirtybird Campout 2017: Best. Campout. Ever.

Feature photo: Katie Laskowska Ahhhh, Dirtybird Campout. Always gracing us with the best in cowbells and techy hi-hats that have become a staple in the Dirtybird sound. This year, an excursion into the lands of Bradley, CA.     Counselor Claude really had everyone hyped this year. Through a series of social media announcements, it was known that this years Campout was gonna be bigger and better than before; and that it was. The Birdhouse hosted all of the Dirtybird OG’s and some of the best sets of the weekend (what a surprise) meanwhile this years, and first time all more »

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