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July 31, 2017

JunkieXL (Tom Holkenborg) Gives Cool Hunting an Inside Look to his Music Studio

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Musician Tom Holkenborg works under the pseudonym JunkieXL and has created soundscapes for films like Mad Max: Fury Road, Deadpool, Black Mass, Dark Tower, and the upcoming Tomb Raider among many, many other projects. The Tarzana, LA-based artist works in a garage he converted into a studio that’s bursting with equipment, from classic instruments like […]

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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 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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July 19, 2017

Thump Praises Luttrell’s New EP, ‘Generate’, with Exclusive New Interview

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Few people may cherish a San Francisco sunset like Luttrell. When the Bay Area artist is not producing as one half of bass experimentalists The M Machine, he’s crafting melodic house and techno solo with the goal of creating “a musical equivalent to the hazy sunsets in [his] hometown,” a colour-streaked image found often on […]

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June 20, 2017

Watch Pete Tong’s New Q&A Interview with Billboard

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Pete Tong wants to make it clear: When he takes his Ibiza Classics live presentation to the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles Thursday, Nov. 9, it’s not going to be him up on a stage pressing play while The Heritage Orchestra plays along. It’s going to be timeless dance favorites played entirely by 65-piece orchestra, […]

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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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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 17, 2017

HipHop DX Talks with Barclay Crenshaw on Luck with New Moniker

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Los Angeles transplant Barclay Crenshaw only recently adopted that moniker (his actual government name). For years, the 45-year-old producer/DJ has been known as Claude VonStroke, a curious entity with a tendency for making popular house music who just happens to have his own San Francisco-based label, Dirtybird Records. Growing up in Detroit, however, he fell […]

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March 18, 2014

Jesse Rose Interview With Big Shot

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The past continues to inform the present in Jesse Rose’s musical world. From helping to popularize fidget house with mentor Dave “Switch” Taylor back in the day to continuing his ascent closer to the top rung of the global DJ ladder, Rose’s open-minded ethos continues to serve him well. The Los Angeles-based Rose recently issued […]

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March 5, 2014

Max Cooper: Dollars to Pounds

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Max Cooper has been releasing 12-inches that exist in the space between sweeping post-rock, neo-classical music and club-primed minimal techno for the best part of seven years, but his new album, Human, is the first time he’s taken his music to a full-length format—something that’s surprising given its nuanced, intricate production, which lends itself so […]

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