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April 18, 2017

HipHopDX Interview Los Rakas about their Thoughts on Raiders Move from Oakland to Las Vegas

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Oakland duo Los Rakas was heartbroken at the news that their hometown football team will now become the Las Vegas Raiders. When asked about the move by HipHopDX at a recent Red Bull Sound Select show in Los Angeles, Raka Dun and Raka Rich, who were both wearing black and silver, sighed in anguish. “We’re […]

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April 18, 2017

LA Times Interview DoLaB Founders Dede and Jesse Flemming

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People come to Coachella for the escapism. But what if you need an escape from Coachella? Dede and Jesse Flemming, the co-founders of Coachella’s Do LaB Stage, have been providing a refuge within Coachella since its inception. The Burner-inspired mini-stage has grown up, from a welcome spritz of water and techno in the middle of […]

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April 13, 2017

BBC Spotlights Hatian Musician Michael Brun

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In the final part of Outlook’s Haiti season Jo Fidgen meets the young people who feel they can make a difference to their country through sounds, voices and instruments. Electronic dance music DJ and producer Michael Brun has been called the Haitian sensation. He tours the world headlining festivals and parties, but always carries a […]

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April 13, 2017

Collider Wants You To Learn how To Compose for Film with Junkie XL’s “Studio Time” Series

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Composer and producer Tom Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL, has launched Season 2 of his online tutorial series, Studio Time with Junkie XL, which offers rare industry pro insights into how to compose for film. Holkenborg is the man behind the scores for a number of major Hollywood films the years, including Deadpool, Black Mass, Mad […]

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April 7, 2017

Billboard features Junkie XL’s “Studio Time” Vlog

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If you’re like most adult moviegoers in America, you loved Deadpool. You also might have loved Mad Max: Fury Road, Black Mass and Justice League. You know what all those movies have in common? Tom Holkenborg, aka seasoned producer Junkie XL. Holkenborg scored all those films, and he’s become one of Hollywood’s most sought-after composers. […]

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April 6, 2017

LA Weekly does a Feature on Lee Reynolds of the Desert Hearts Crew

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Sitting on a furry couch in downtown L.A. surrounded by ornate porcelain sculptures and mannequins draped in sequins, electronic DJ and Desert Hearts co-conspirator Lee Reynolds drinks a beer while sharing some of his wildest stories. Like the time a battalion of police SUVs and helicopters tried to shut down a snowy mountaintop party he […]

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April 4, 2017

Flaunt Asks Guy Gerber, What’s in Yr Fridge?

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Guy Gerber is a DJ that earns his bread and deserves his cred. The restless Israeli musician and producer is known for his feats of endurance – spinning for 12 hours straight at Burning Man, for instance – as well as for his continuous genre-spanning creative production. He’s collaborated with Puff Daddy, remixed New Order, […]

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March 30, 2017

Rawckus Magazine Shines A Light on Steve Lieberman’s Lights

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Back in 1987, when Steve Lieberman was sweeping the floors and wiping down the bar of a New York City nightclub, mirrored flooring and glitter-balls were as ambitious as the average joint would get with ambiance. Thirty years later, as the owner and head designer of SJ Lighting, he transforms music festivals into visual works […]

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March 29, 2017

Miami New Times Talks Value of Haitian Culture with Michael Brun during MMW

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Michael Brun was a student at Indiana’s Culver Military Academy in 2010 when Hell-on-Earth struck his native Haiti. The massive earthquake killed more than 220,000, injured more than 300,000 others, and left more than a million people homeless. The island was in shambles; there was no communication in or out. Brun waited two weeks before […]

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March 29, 2017

Guy Gerber Speaks with Miami.com on Trading Soccer for DJ Stardom

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Guy Gerber is an interesting guy. He was talented enough at soccer to make the Israeli National team, and was ticketed for professional stardom, but the mesmerizing siren’s call of dance beats proved too much to resist. Leaving the game was a difficult, but ultimately good call – Gerber has carved out a niche in […]

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