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Articles By: Kevin Piaskowski
Boris Gladkikh has been igniting a storm within the bass music scene this past year. With a tireless touring schedule and a tremendous ability to create dynamic and unique tracks, Gladkill has become a staple of modern bass culture. Today, Boris released his highly anticipated Perception EP. Gladkill has made the new EP available for free download or for an [...]
The Trap Phenomenon Trap music: it’s impossible to miss it these days. The Internet is overflowing with producers, both new and established, creating a new, more refined interpretation of what is classically known as trap. Personally, I’ve dubbed it Future Trap. I’m going to spare you the history of trap music, you can browse Wikipedia at your leisure if you’re [...]
Thriftworks is Jake Atlas. More importantly, however, Thriftworks represents the future. The sound is defined by being undefinable. To put it simply, it’s psychedelic future bass. If you’re familiar with the movement, kudos to you. If not, start taking notes. Bass music is experiencing a renaissance. The amount of talent out there is unbelievable, Jake Atlas is just one prime [...]
Last week we announced that Boys Noize is set to release his third album in a few months. However, he’s been teasing fans with new tracks and a new live show. This week, Alex Ridha announced that he will be bringing his live show to the United States. Ridha will be making performances in select cities across the country starting [...]
To be honest, this weekend has left me speechless. What The Festival blew my expectations of what the ideal festival could be. The atmosphere, geographical landscape, and musical curation were all top notch. Forget the cluster-fuck and in-your-face commercialism of Sasquatch and Coachella, What The Festival just took the festival game to a whole new level.
It's no secret, craft brewing is a staple of life in the Pacific Northwest. It's also no secret that great beer is the perfect complement to great music. As in turns out, we happen to really love both. Therefore, we've decided to launch a new project, one that involves extraordinary beer.
Boys Noize, the Berlin-based producer and legend, has announced the forthcoming release of his third studio album, Out of the Black.
Benjamin Briskey, a.k.a. Blunt B, is a glitch hop producer/dj from Brisbane, Australia. “Get Off The Chemicals” is a powerful yet funky tune that makes ideal use of samples in order to push the glitch sound to a new dimension. Kudos to Blunt B. Don’t forget to grab a free download and put this on blast. via Dödselectro. Tweet
This year’s Human Nature festival featured an inspiring cast of musicians, artists, and visionaries. Every Element Productions went to great lengths to provide for a weekend that in its very nature sought to change the dynamic of music festivals in today’s popular culture. “We want to build something for Eugene’s underground dance scene,” said festival owners and promoters Michael Friedman [...]