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NGHTMRE Brings The House Down With First Ever Headlining Appearance At Avalon in Hollywood

Trap heavyweights NGHTMRE and LUMINOX graced CONTROL Friday’s at Avalon in Hollywood with their massive bass presence. History went down last weekend in Los Angeles when NGHTMRE performed his first ever headlining show at CONTROL. NGHTMRE, who’s most recent song “Street” has been dropped by nearly every DJ, at nearly every festival this summer, was eager to hit the stage and bring the house down. However, before NGHTMRE could take the stage, the crowd was gifted with a legitimate opening set by CODES. New York native, CODES, was able to warm up the crowd with a solid deep and future more »

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NGHTMRE and Luminox at CONTROL this Friday

Trap & Bass heavyweights NGHTMRE and Luminox will be joined by up-and-coming New York producer Codes for this week’s installment of CONTROL at Avalon Hollywood.  Grab Early Arrival Tickets HERE! NGHTMRE’s distinct production style incorporates a myriad of influences to create a sound that blends Trap, Hip-Hop, and R&B beats. His DJ sets reflect this style, moving through genres and keeping the energy levels high for the dance floor.   Listen to NGHTMRE’s recent remix of Just A Gent’s track ‘Limelight’ on SoundCloud Luminox caught the Trap game early on with his massively successful remixes of Sandra Silva’s ‘Epic’ and more »

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[NEW] LNY TNZ – Bass (Luminox Remix) – FREE DOWNLOAD

Luminox continues to turn out the gem’s now and again, this remix being no exception.  LNY TNZ – “Bass” is a heavy synth driven HardStyle track sprinkled evenly with near perfect samplework, we highly recommend hearing it first. It almost seems symbiotic in nature that Luminox would select a track like this to remix but it also comes at a pleasant surprise. Luminox is no-doubt the godfather and quite possibly the originator of “TrapStyle” as a genre. He seems to be lately taking on a progressive element in his music to produce tracks that satisfy his own ear rather than the mainstream masses. more »

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