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November 29, 2017

Infamous PR is Renting Out Culver City Office Space

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INFAMOUS is renting some Culver City office space! We have a really nice upstairs private office for rent. https://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/for/d/culver-city-office-for-lease/6403045197.html If you’re interested please hit up Josie on opps@infamouspr.com

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September 27, 2017

Dancing Astronaut Picks Russ Liquid’s ‘World Gone Crazy’ As Track of The Day

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May 10, 2017

Graves Featured in HypeBeasts’ List of 10 Projects to Look Forward To

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For those who don’t know much about Graves, he is a record producer that used to engineer for Kanye and has garnered co-signs from other prolific producers like Skrillex and Mr. Carmack. Graves is scheduled to release his forthcoming EP tomorrow and believes it to be his best work yet. Featured on the project are […]

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May 9, 2017

MixMag Talks Boys Noize Remix for Ed Banger Records

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Late last year Justice released ‘Woman’, which included a certain funk-driven track called ‘Randy’. A few months ago, a remix of said track started doing the rounds, popping up in Justice’s live sets. Some assumed this was simply a refix by Justice themselves. But they were wrong. The new version of the track is vastly […]

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April 7, 2017

Thump speaks with Paul Oakenfold on how he Discovered Ibiza

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When the books are written about the history of acid house—and there have been several already—one key fact seems to elude authors as they regurgitate the old story of how Paul Oakenfold and friends visited Ibiza, took some ecstasy, and came back to kick off the Summer of Love. “I was working for a record […]

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February 28, 2017

KROQ Features Jayceeoh Mix

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Excited for this week! Up next on the guest mix series, we have Jayceeoh in the house this Saturday! Jayceeoh has been tearing up the EDM scene with the release of his brand new single, “I’M OK” with CLVZA. The track, the first release off his upcoming 5 song EP, was met with mass acclaim […]

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February 4, 2017

ThisSongIsSick supports Louis The Child and Matthew Koma’s new single “Hard To Love”

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One of our favorite duos, Louis The Child, has co-produced Matthew Koma’s new single “Hard To Love”. The Chicago duo has been busy both behind-the-scenes and in front with the recent release of their song “Love Is Alive” feat. Elohim. They also co-wrote The Chainsmokers’ massive track “Closer” feat. Halsey. In general, they’ve just been […]

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January 17, 2017

1000volts (Redman x Jayceeoh) Debut Their Diplo and Friends Mix

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1000volts in the mix on Diplo and Friends. Read More…

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November 15, 2016

Mary Yuzovskaya’s BEMF Mix Is the Perfect Hypnotic Techno Trip to Ease Your Angsty Mind

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In about four hours we’ll have a new president, and it’s safe to say people are freaking out just a bit. If there’s one thing that can help ease your angsty mind for the time being, while also capturing the frantic vibe of the day, it’s a hypnotic techno mix. Thanks to Mary Yuzovskaya, one […]

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November 15, 2016

Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival Co-Owners Talk Growth & Programming

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In the world of high-octane mega-festivals that approach the size of small planets, the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, returning this weekend for a ninth year, is a welcome outlier. “We don’t want to do a 50,000 person festival,” Jen Lyon, co-owner of BEMF, tells Billboard Dance while meandering around Brooklyn examining ghosts of clubs past. […]

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