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Disco Biscuits, A Water Park, Camping: The Return Of Camp Bisco

Music Festivals, they all tend to have prominent locations transformed year after year to host thousands of raving fans. Some festivals, unfortunately for one reason or another, end up leaving their initial locations in pursuit of a place that better fits the needs of the event. Other festivals just seem to disappear all together. Initially that was the fear for many with Camp Bisco, once held in Mariaville NY. 2013 was the last outing by The Disco Biscuits at the Indian Lookout Country Club and die hards of the annual massive were left waiting year after year in hopes that something more »

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Woogie – RITMO (Original Mix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Its 2016 and one of the questions that have dawned on many dance music fans is “What happened to Moombahton?”. Yes that old 110bpm Reggaeton infused club music we all heard in the clubs back in 2011. Back when Munchi, Nadastrom, JWLS, and Bro Safari were among the best. Moombahton still lingers around to this day and with the help of Producer/DJ ‘Woogie’ it goes to show that Moombah is still alive. Now, on to the song itself. The tunes called ‘RITMO’ which is the perfect title for this track as it starts off with a bouncy rhythm that is more »

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“No Beef” (Decade! x Woogie Jersey Club Remix)

Decade! x Woogie - No Beef (Jersey Club Remix)

Today, Decade! and Woogie released a monster Jersey Club remix of Afrojack and Steve Aoki’s original, ‘No Beef’. Using heavy syncopated kicks and a minimal style, Decade! and Woogie turned the Dutch-house classic into a modern dance-floor heater suitable for 2016. The track starts off with marching drum rudiments and builds into a series of drops, switching between the Jersey Club broken double time feel and trap half-time feel. Lasers, vocal sampling, and heavy percussion are abound. Take a listen. Download ‘No Beef (Decade! x Woogie Jersey Club Remix) Note: no mattresses were harmed in the making of this chune. Support the more »

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Do LaB Unveils Woogie Weekend Teaser Video and Spotlight on Top International Acts

Do LaB just released a new teaser video for its inaugural house and techno-focused camping festival, Woogie Weekend, taking place July 17 to July 19, 2015 at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, CA. The video showcases shots of the vibrant, prismatic Woogie Stage from Do LaB’s Lightning in a Bottle, soundtracked by music from festival performers Gigamesh and French Express’ Jonas Rathsman. Do LaB’s carefully curated lineup is also highlighted in a roundup of the Top 7 International Artists playing at the festival. Watch the video here Although the Woogie is best known as the house and techno-centric stage at more »

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Do LaB Drops Lineup for Inaugural Woogie Weekend for July 17-19, 2015

  Silverado, CA – Do LaB just announced the lineup for their inaugural Woogie Weekend camping festival, taking place July 17 to July 19, 2015 at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, CA. The announcement follows the successful sell-out of Do LaB’s Lightning in a Bottle (LIB), California’s premier campout festival held this past Memorial Day Weekend in Bradley, CA. Dedicated to capturing the magic and feel-good vibe of LIB’s beloved Woogie Stage, Woogie Weekend is an intimate gathering celebrating house music and all its iterations. Promising LIB fans a weekend full of wonder and world-class talent, the festival will feature more »

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Lightning in a Bottle 2015: a Review

If you have ever been to LIB you know this festival is about far more than music. There are just as many yoga master classes as there are headlining sets. Between the three stages, there are countless meditation sessions, environmental and spiritual workshops, more live painters sprinkled throughout than I’ve even seen at a festival… the list goes on. The stages may turn down at 2AM, but the adventure never stops.                   Another truly beautiful aspect about LIB is their “Pack-It-In, Pack-It-Out” and “leave no trace” camping. Instead of having dumpsters and trashcans throughout campgrounds, more »

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