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Before Icon Awards, L.A.’s Monsieur Job Drop “Homie (Block Remix)” Video

After reaching the top of the charts with a string of hit singles like, “Chow Chow Eyyy Pow Pow”, “Chilliando Hangueando”, and “Kick it” Remix. International underground band Monsieur Job keeps the hits coming with their latest upbeat hit video for the cut, “Homie (Block Remix)”. Taking it back to the streets, the band show us the vibrant rhythm of life told by the concrete. The new single carries a well-blended mixture of Latin backbeat accompanied by a sample of the guitar riff from the world famous Bob Marley & The Wailer’s single “Could You Be Loved” accompanied by Jamaican more »

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CONTRA – Latest single “Oneistoomany” & “Divi Filius”

ShadowTrix Music is a homebase-lease-place expanding label, whom are on the rise and dishing out some of the finest 808hop/glitch/(anything)-step/ bass music that the web has to offer. In this avenue of psychedelic- intelligent dance and experimental music ShadowTrix takes a chair among sonic comrades and fellow labels like Gravitas and Street Ritual Records. All three labels are among, I would say, the top “go-to” hubs for underground electronic bass music. These entities share and feature an array of different emerging artists; take Astro Raph for example, or an artists such as Soulular whose music trumps in the test of time. Specifically distributed via ShadowTrix some of the best renders are output here by Soulular, Pilzbeats, more »

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NATION VENUE CLOSURE CONFIRMED FOR END OF THE YEAR & NEW SUBTERRANEAN MUSIC VENUE ANNOUNCED

Following the planning application for the redevelopment of Wolstenholme Square in Liverpool, we can confirm that Nation, the home of Cream, will be closing its doors for a final time at the end of this year to make way for an exciting new subterranean music venue on the same hallowed ground as the iconic venue. The £40m year-long development designed by Liverpool architects Falconer Chester Hall will transform Liverpool’s historic Wolstenholme Square and will see the creation of new buildings ranging up to 10 storeys, a new passageway through to Wolstenholme Square to Seel Street, as well as featuring ground more »

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