Adding to the litany of epic Deathface shows on the horizon, tonight he's conjuring from the decks at the Knitting Factory for the Dizzyland Deathrave. It's a lineup to die for, including Triple Six Sound Club, GLASS TEETH, a drag show, and more. Check out the full details on the Facebook event, and get tickets.
posted by Anonymous – 10/25/12 1:27 PM
Today we finally drop the new, bass laden, Guerilla Speakerz EP, "Holla." This Netherlands duo crafts dirty sounds that utilize trap, grime, bassline, and everything in between, all with a floor driving mentality. We know you'll feel these three tracks as much as we do. So give them a listen, check out our release page for more info, and then grab "Holla" below:
iTunes | Beatport | Spotify | Juno | Amazon
posted by Anonymous – 10/2/12 12:23 PM
Today is the day that we officially release Plastician's new bass-dripping EP, "START, SELECT, RESET." If these 7 hard-hitting anthems sound familiar, they should. DJ's have been dropping them left and right, from the minute they were able to get their paws on them. Grimey, ravey, and garagey, "START, SELECT, RESET," hits in all the right places for partyers and heads alike, from the video game synths, to the rhymes of UK grime MC, Doctor.
Grab this serious business right now, via Juno, itunes, Spotify, Beatport, or Amazon.
posted by Anonymous – 9/18/12 12:34 PM
Welcome to Vivian's Videodrome, my virtual reality pleasure palace where I share with you my favorite video inspirations new and old. The first installment is one of my favorite early '90s videos from Danny Breaks, a former scratch DJ who later produced some pretty wikked hardcore rave, drum & bass, and headz music for labels like Suburban Base and Droppin' Science. I love the oversaturated color effects and of course the track is a sheer classic (those pianos!). But most of all I love that Danny got together his friends and a Suzuki and a fog machine and was like "Let's make this dance video." No idealized fashion, no complicated dance routines, no fakery: you can see what the early '90s really looked like here — charming, lots of Air Max, but quite dorky at the same time. This was filmed in the Boogie Times record store in Essex (the headquarters of Suburban Base), which I made a pilgrimage to when I was 18 because Suburban Base was the center of my record collection. Of course, I love nearly all early '90s rave videos, but this one I actually want to live in. Come to think of it, this pretty much is like my life.
posted by Star Eyes – 9/6/12 2:58 PM