July 31, 2017

Content Producer of the Oregon Eclipse Gathering Talks with Lookbook on the Process of Assembling a Festival

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Ever wondered how in the world a festival is put together? As we prepare to head to Oregon Eclipse in August (soon!), we had the chance to interview Marsi Gray, the Content Producer for Oregon Eclipse Gathering who is also a producer for for Lightning in a Bottle which we attended in May. Oregon Eclipse […]

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July 31, 2017

Lee Reynolds Sits with AOL to Talk DJing, Parties and Desert Hearts

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The British producer, endearingly referred to as “Papa Lee” by his Desert Hearts compatriots and fans, has quite the backstory. He moved to California when he was 17 to become a professional BMX rider, and once did a magazine shoot with Spike Jonze that ended when he knocked his teeth out. Unfortunately, that dream was […]

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July 27, 2017

Pigeons and Planes Explains the Long Collab History Between Producer Zaytoven and Gucci Mane

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Zaytoven has been Gucci Mane’s go-to producer for years—he produced Gucci’s breakout single “Icy” in 2005, and the two have worked together ever since. It’s not an exclusive arrangement—Zaytoven’s work with Migos, Future, Chief Keef has made him a household name in the South, but when the topic of iconic rapper/producer duos comes up, Zaytoven’s […]

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July 26, 2017

DHA Talks Pryda Presents and Hï Ibiza with Cristoph

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No stranger to the international club circuit, festival scene and record crates of his peers, Cristoph has carved out a sound that is increasingly identifiable. Avoiding dance music’s relentless march toward the new next thing, Cristoph has made his strides through labels such as Noir, Suara and Knee Deep In Sound. Now, it is Eric […]

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July 26, 2017

LA Weekly Lists Photo from Red Bull Sound Select as One of the Best Concert Photos This Year

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The year’s only half over (well, slightly more than half, if you want to get all technical) and already L.A. Weekly’s photographers have captured some amazing moments in our city’s endlessly exciting live music scene. From Wiz Khalifa passing out joints at the BET Experience to Iron Maiden bringing their own Mayan ruins to the […]

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July 26, 2017

Billboard Announces New Lineup for Groove Cruise 2017!

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The high seas are about to bump. Groove Cruise 2017 will set sail Friday to Monday, Oct. 6 through 9, and the waves will rock with the sounds of house, techno, and trance from Los Angeles to Mexico. The lineup just dropped with headliners 3lau, Andrew Bayer, Arty, Ferry Corsten, Green Velvet, and Thomas Jack, […]

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July 25, 2017

The Deli Magazine Takes a Closer Look at Emerging Artist, Beshken’s New Music

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Beshken’s lush indie-influenced electronica Last summer, 20 year old Ben Shirken lost his backpack in Rome — resulting in the loss of his laptop, hard drive, and lyrics he was working on. After roughly five years of inspiration, he had nothing to show for his work (there’s a big ad for cloud backup systems!). That’s […]

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July 25, 2017

Thump Features Moon Boots’ New Single and Looks Forward to Album in August

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Stream “I Want Your Attention” before the Brooklyn producer’s debut album comes out August 4 on Anjunadeep. When one door closes, another one opens. Such was the case for Brooklyn producer Pete Dougherty, aka Moon Boots, who after the disbandment of his former French Express collective, found a new home for his slick, soulful house […]

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July 24, 2017

Dancing Astronaut Reviews Thomas Jack’s New EP, The Versus

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Gone are the days of tropical house’s supremacy.. Though the blithely sedate genre is certainly far from dead, its most important progenitors seem to have moved on since the peak it reached between 2014 and 2015. Though Kygo hasn’t entirely strayed away from the pan flute-laden sound which launched his career, his most recent releases […]

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July 24, 2017

Listen to Paul Oakenfold’s Upcoming Plans in his Interview on KCRW

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For over three decades Paul Oakenfold has shaped the dance music genre and remains one of the leading forces in the electronic music scene worldwide. We catch up on Paul’s latest adventures at 10am and find out what he has planned for his July 22 show as part of KCRW’s Sound in Focus at the […]

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