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The Riddim Chronicles: Al Ross

Alexander Al Ross, a funny guy with a rave queen side just played a set of banging dubs alongside his friends Uber, Sudden Death, and Yakz in Huntington Beach, CA and we caught up with him after to get the low down on the old/new hype called Riddim. If you haven’t heard the newest trigger word in the electronic music scene, it may be time to get out and get some sunlight. Al Ross has been pushing this underground wave of bass that gets mosh pits going and makes stank faces come out for some time now. With releases on more »

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Insomniac Presents New Autonomous Imprint: In / Rotation

Today, Insomniac’s ever growing and evolving label, Insomniac Records, debuted a brand new sub-label dedicated to showcasing emerging artists and an open-minded philosophy. In / Rotation will serve as an extension to Insomniac Records delivering unprecedented sounds and visuals from up and coming acts in a space that allows experimentalism, risk, and creativity. The first release comes from Paris native, Dombresky, known for his unique and authentic style, quickly earning him praise from standout producers such as Diplo, DJ Snake, and Tchami. In / Rotation presents Domresky’s upbeat track, “Technikal,” as the breakout release on the new imprint. Listen to more »

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Life In Color Continues 10yr Anniversay Tour In Seattle

The infamous paint party continues to reign supreme as one of the largest touring festivals celebrate their 10 year anniversary. Life In Color’s ‘X Tour‘ has been brought to the center of attention, and for good reason. The festival makes its mark in Washington where party-goers will lose their mind whilst being coated in paint. The lineup itself speaks volumes as you would expect the tenth installment of the tour to be huge. Check it out for yourself! The massive lineup has created a buzz throughout the area. You definitely do not want to miss this one! Tickets are on more »

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Ray Volpe Revamps ‘Ritual’ By Marshmello

  Ever since footage emerged in February of Marshmello playing Ray Volpe‘s remix of ‘Ritual’, dance music fans have been anticipating its release. Fast forward two months later, and it’s finally here via OWSLA in all of its nasty glory. The upcoming bass producer takes the original song and flawlessly recontextualizes it, turning it from a carefree summer anthem into an obscenely heavy club banger. Staying true to the original track, the vocal section feat. Wrabel is uplifting and melodic. Transitioning into the build, the track’s momentum, and tension increases until it finally explodes into a delayed drop. Ray’s sound design more »

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Desert Hearts

Desert Hearts: Home To All Wanderers Alike

There’s something magical about walking into the middle of a indian reservation, specifically, the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation, where people are wearing fur coats and rainbow like sequins with leather gear in abundance. Why you might ask? Well, it is Desert Hearts after all and it wouldn’t be a Desert with temperatures hitting high 70’s during the day and high 30’s at night. With pulsing Techno beats for 100 hours straight, you don’t really know what you are getting yourself into until you are there embracing the mantra that is House, Techno, and love. Music This one is always a given more »

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NuKid Remixes Kai Wachi Into A Bassline Bomb

What do you get when you add the insane sound design of veteran trap producer Kai Wachi and the raw, unadulterated swagger of G-house up-and-comer Nukid? Fire emojis. Lots of them. A glitchy arp and foreboding chords stay true to the dark nature of the original, creating tension befitting the songs ominous title. Then, in classic NuKid style, a fat bassline comes crashing in to move your body from head to toe, interspersed with some of the dirtiest wubs and womps I’ve heard in a while. I found a new favorite today with this one. Follow NuKid on Social Media Facebook more »

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