AT LONG LAST! The A$AP Mob album is here with features from Kanye, MIA, Juicy J, & Lil Wayne. The album is going to be available for purchase on iTunes and Target tomorrow I believe - this is for all the fans that can't wait but you should support your favorite artists by purchasing their music.
Listen to his album here
You can also check out his newest music video here featuring his track LSD off it.
Written by Owen J.
Poisted on May 25, 2015
Coming back to the Gorge for another 2 days is Paradiso - brought to you by USC events. Skrillex, GTA, Snails, Big Gigantic, Knife Party, Trippy Turtle, and Doctor P are some of the artists that I'm super excited to see especially Wave Racer.
Anyways here is the entire line up.
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Written by @Owenlucas_J
Posted on May 20, 2015
A$AP Rocky absolutely delivers on this music video that he helped direct. The visuals/transitions and soothing beat makes this track. The rumors surrounding ASAP Rocky's new project, At. Long. Last. ASAP, are that it's good. Damn good. Good enough to project Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye into the conversation of the top music makers in the industry. That good. We know the album is going to be a bit psychedelic, druggy, and highly finessed—Harlem, Houston, and East London glued together with swagger. Everyone who's heard the album knows it's a smash—chief among those folks is Rocky himself.
Written by Owen J.
Posted on May 19, 2015
GO HARD: April 15, 2015 - @ Tacoma Dome, WA
Porter Robinson, Flosstradamus, Rae Shremmurd, Tchami, Destructo, & JAWS.
Special thanks to Lucien Blakemore, and www.the-re-up.com
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Song: Soundclash - Flosstradamus feat. Troyboi
Josh and Curt of Flosstradamus are currently an unstoppable force, and their worldwide domination has taken them down under to perform in Australia during Miami Music Week. Even in their absence, though, the Floss brand is sure to make a mark on Miami – mainly with their new “Coco” remix. O.T. Genasis, the track’s original artist, dropped “Coco” to little acclaim before the track became a crowd favorite through major artist support, including a high number of electronic producers. While many have taken a crack at remixing the trap project, the HDYNATION is in luck; Flosstradamus saved some of their best work for the new take on “Coco.” Word is that a number of official remixes will soon be on the way from fellow electronic artists Jauz, Borgore, MAKJ, and others as well.
You're about to read our insiders look into what this Spring means for music enthusiasts, camp fanatics, more time outdoors, and shennanigans. First up is..
EDC Puerto Rico: (happened Feb. 21-22)
Spring hasn’t exactly sprung quite yet, but it’s sunny in the tropics, and we like sunshine. Everybody loves the sunshine. So Empty Planet traveled to our nation’s island step-sister, Puerto Rico to revel with the Sun God, RA…
…and a bunch of rowdies ready to get weird in paradise.
As you probably know EDC Puerto Rico went off with a big ol’ bassy boom- day one featuring Flux Pavilion and Bassnectar, supported by Nervo, Crizzly, and Claude VonStroke. Day two features house masters Blasterjaxx, with Datsik and the legendary Fatboy Slim himself headlining. Stay tuned for a festival recap movie dropping via Empty Planet Productions.
"Ain't no party like a Funk Party! I'm way too excited about this tune to not share it with you right now... Check the new hot sh*t out!Also, my new album 'Say It Loud' will officially be out MARCH 31st on All Good Records with a pay-what-you-want through BitTorrent Bundle." - Grant AKA Griz
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Posted by Owen J. on March 12, 2015
LA to Boulder based producer Kill Paris aka Corey has released two successful EPs with Skrillex’s OWSLA record label, but recently announced the launch of his very own record label Sexy Electric Records. His first release on the label will be his debut studio album Galaxies Between Us, and today we have the premiere of the very first song “Space Forest”.
The song has Corey aka Kill Paris experimenting with some new sounds and styles as we get a spacey, ambient electronic journey. Some people call it Future Bass, Kill Paris is calling it "Heavy Chill", which makes sense after listening. Before you have a second to realize what just happened the song is gone as quickly as it came, leaving you wanting oh so much more. This only gets us excited for what else this album will have in store for us. Listen to the premiere below and grab an exclusive free download for our readers. Kill Paris is also embarking on his biggest run of shows to date with a full North American headline tour stopping at over 40 cities. He will also be bringing around TSIS favorite Louis Futon as direct support for most of the tour, and Bees Knees will be supporting as well. See the full list of dates below. Enjoy!
As a first time Basslights attendee and a DMV (Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia) native, I didn't really know what I was getting into when I made my way to Hampton, Virginia for the annual gathering of Bassheads dubbed Basslights. I had seen Bassnectar at HARD Day of the Dead but it was only a 45 minute set, making my initiation to the Bass Community pretty shortlived. The lineup for the first day of the two-day “Bassmas” celebration started off with Beats Antique, Exmag, Pretty Lights and of course Bassnectar. We got off to an early start, getting to the venue a few hours before the show to take part in the some of the most ridiculous and sought after Hotel shennanigans of the year.