Check the unorthodox blend by Tom Caruana…. He somehow made it work: Beatles x Wu-Tang
I just stumbled across this guy Mike Stud, a guy who went to Duke and played on the baseball team. Apparently he started recording music when he was sidelined with an injury. Check his stuff out. This beat uses the same James Blunt sample that Murs used. Dope.
Line up announced for Bumbershoot finally! In case you weren’t at Prom Night with Allen Stone tonight at the Crocodile…Here you go:
This guy makes music and cartoons. His name is Franklin.
So i just heard this track and felt some pain and it felt good. I think thats the truth about music that some people can’t deny. The people that __really__ love music are the ones that really feel the pain of an artist when its being shared. That pain is the real coupling of a pairing.
They’re speaking from pain… but they’re fucking tight… So we like it.
Dirtyphonics just played Showbox and my mind was blown…to say the least. They said they were gonna get dirty and they were not messing around. Don’t believe me? Check out what the sold out venue looked like at the start of the drop. Also check out other photos and videos from the show on Facebook
Also Congrats to Sam Wetzler on winning the Ticket Giveaway contest!
French electronic dance music quartet DIRTYPHONICS are bringing their “Irreverence Tour” to the Showbox Market tonight in support of their upcoming debut full-length album IRREVERENCE out March 19 on Dim Mak Records. Tickets were sold out for a bit, but they released more so get them quick before they sell out before you get there tonight. Tickets for Dirtyphonics
Merging heavy bass music, drum n’ bass, dubstep and electro with grimy club energy, DIRTYPHONICS pens a new playbook for the genre supported by collaborations from the likes of Steve Aoki, Modestep, Liela Moss (vocalist of The Duke Spirit) and Foreign Beggars. Fans have already gotten a taste of what’s to come on IRREVERENCE with “DIRTY,” the first single from the album out now. The track is a sexy, slithering dance epic that’s bound to get any crowd anywhere moving. Watch the “DIRTY” video here:
Also available now is “Walk In The Fire”—a three-song EP package featuring the original version of the song as featured on IRREVERENCE, along with remixes by Schoolboy and Culprate. “Walk In The Fire” is a metal/drum ‘n’ bass track that combines the best of two worlds, kicking off with a guttural guitar grind before coalescing into drum ‘n’ bass fueled by screams and wild production. Setting the dance floor ablaze like never before, it injects a healthy helping of heavy metal intensity into a drum ‘n’ bass dubstep monster that claws right out of the box. This pure and raw track is full of energy that will both satisfy metal and club-heads out there. Schoolboy comes with a Knife Party-like electro remix and Culprate makes an intense glitch hop version out of it. Hear all three versions here: http://goo.gl/yZ4xn.
Following the release of IRREVERENCE, DIRTYPHONICS—Charly, Thomas, Pho and Pitchin—will embark on their North American “Irreverence Tour,” a 30+ date trek that takes them through many major markets as well as anticipated performances at this year’s Coachella. Their live show is a full-on sensory experience more akin to seeing your favorite band than a typical EDM act. They bring a level of energy that’s rare in modern music.
Also a pair of tickets will be randomly given away to everyone who either Comments or Likes our Facebook page by the end of today!
Last January, singer/songwriter Jeremih and LA Producer Shlohmo took to the studio to work on their first collaboration, starting completely from scratch. Some of you may have heard Shlohmo’s edit to Jeremih’s ‘Fuck You All the Time’ that came out sometime last year. In the time since, the chemistry between the two has lead to a work in progress to what many fans are hoping to evolve into a mixtape or even full length. Shlohmo’s dark bounce coupled with Jeremih’s ability to sniff out the pockets of the low BPM production of Shlohmo highlights his identifiable melody and his relentless capability of creating some truly fuckable music. We’re witnessing a one of a kind collaboration that music fans are definitely buzzing about whether you’re a Shlohmo, Jeremih, or Shloh-emih fan or not.. Take a peak at the in studio experience and hear/download the final product too.
Seattle native and current Los Angeles resident ROBERT DELONG—a “2013 Artist To Watch” by the likes of MTV, Billboard and VIBE–will be bringing his engaging sound and vision home to Seattle on Wednesday, April 17 at Showbox at the Market in between his performances at both Coachella weekends.
The singer, songwriter, producer, programmer and drummer released his debut album, JUST MOVEMENT for Glassnote Records on February 5, which features the breakout single“Global Concepts.” The video for the song recently made its debut across many various MTV channels including AMTV, MTV Hits, mtvU, MTV.com and can be seen here:http://youtu.be/nnSyu4eZkZ4. “Global Concepts” is currently building at radio stations across the country with strong play on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation.
A one-man futuristic dance party with beats as cerebral as Orbital and club-ready as Calvin Harris, DELONG is also a profoundly gifted singer/songwriter who raises questions about identity and spirituality. These two elements join together on Just Movement, a dazzling collection of dance beats, pop hooks and thought-provoking queries that could very well be the soundtrack for 2013.
Raised in the suburbs of Seattle, DELONG headed south to Los Angeles with a toolbox of Wii-motes, keyboards and drums to develop a live rock show that CMJ Magazine claims worthy of “an 8-bit warrior, seamlessly creating danceable electro beats with his Wii Remote and Sega Genesis controller on par with the Chemical Brothers.” DELONG began performing his genre-bending songs in 2010. He uses MIDI interfaces, a full drum set, drum pads, keyboards, laptops and game controllers, looping his music live to fuse electronic dance beats with striking melodies and lyrics with emotional heart. His charismatic live performance has caught the attention of many influential promoters, landing him performance slots at such major festivals as Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Governors Ball, Sasquatch, SXSW and Firefly this spring.
Listen to “Global Concepts” here: http://soundcloud.com/
Local band Mealfrog are playing at the High Five in Fremont on March 29th…Be there. Also enjoy this tune and music video and get excited for the Summer in Seattle.