ADVENTURE CLUB, is coming to Seattle, WA Wednesday, December 4 at Showbox SoDo on their “SUPERHEROES ANONYMOUS TOUR.” The tour is themed after their popular Superheroes Anonymous mix series, the third installment of which is now available at
Hailing from Montreal, Canada, ADVENTURE CLUB plan to round out the end of 2013 in a big way. Starting November 2 atNew City Gas, the duo will launch their month-and-a-half-long full-production headlining “SUPERHEROES ANONYMOUS TOUR” including 30-plus dates. The new production will be powered by 75000 watts and encompass 77 LED panels. DVBBS, Dallas K and Hunter Siegel will support on the entire tour.
Tickets for all dates are on sale now at www.superheroesanonymoustour.
Hailing from Montreal, Canada, ADVENTURE CLUB is Christian Srigley and Leighton Callou, a production outfit specializing in meshing dubstep’s chainsaw synths with delicate vocals and surprisingly upbeat melodies, creating a sound that’s uniquely theirs. Having remixed the likes of Brand New, Thrice, Alexisonfire and Metric, while stunning listeners with their collaborations such as “Rise & Fall” with Krewella, the duo is now concentrating on creating original productions for their debut EP CALLING ALL HEROES – PART 1 due out October 22 on BMG. Calling All Heroes – Part 1 is a four-song collection crafted by the duo who transform bass music with whirling synths, shimmering melodies and elegantly crafted soundscapes. The EP includes “Gold” featuring Yuna, “Wonder” which has the pair teaming up with Australian producer The Kite String Tangle, “Crash” and “Thunderclap.” “Gold” featuring Yuna is out now as well as“Thunderclap,” available exclusively on Beatport.
Listen to “Gold” featuring Yuna here:
Make sure to check out Grammy-nominated, international producer/DJSTEVE AOKI, who is bringing his Aokify America Tour to Seattle, WA Wednesday, November 20 at Paramount Theater with bass/dubstep artist Borgore, hip-hop heavyweight Waka Flocka Flame, and Canadian production/DJ duo Botnek.
AOKI and the Aokify America Tour bring the freshest talent in electronic and hip-hop music to the forefront with direct support acts Borgore and Waka Flocka Flame. Together, the threesome leads the pack in their respective genres and will showcase a diverse lineup rarely seen in the dance music circuit today. Blending Borgore’s bass-in-your-face antics, Waka Flocka Flame’s hip-hop bravado, and AOKI’s chart-topping smash hits, the Aokify America Tour will be one of this year’s most anticipated events.
Meanwhile, STEVE AOKI is dominating the music world with his recent releases, including: new single “Bring You To Life (Transcend)” with house producer Rune RK featuring vocalist RAS, out October 15 on Dim Mak Records; the massive Linkin Park collaboration “A Light That Never Comes,” out now on Machine Shop Recordings/Warner Bros. Records; and “Boneless,” a collaboration with Chris Lake and Tujamo (Ultra Music), which hit #1 on Beatport.
Please let me know if you can offer any coverage on the upcoming Aokify America Tour. Press materials, show tickets, and artists interviews are available upon request.
For more information on STEVE AOKI, visit:
Dim Mak Artist Page
For more information on BORGORE, visit:
This Dude Battle Ground Grammar just sent me some sweet tunes. I thought i’d pass them along.
Knew Back Then by Battle Ground Grammar
At Em by Battle Ground Grammar
These songs are not new, but they’re fucking beautiful… Like a woman you don’t want to stop looking at, these deserve to be on repeat.
Girl, Imma feed you strawberries and brush yo hair all night long…
Thank God for the Internet
We Met on the Internet :)
And one more for good measure…
Furns is from denmark, but this track has some heavy funk beats and an amazing voice.
Shy Girls is from Portland, and i’m not gonna wait for you to change…
FLXXDS is a boston boy. this is basically electro-r&b. its clean with thick grimy beats.
JMSN is from Detroit. his albums name is “†Pllajë†” which i think is absolutely stupid. This track is another electro-r&b.
Seattle’s underground music scene continues to produce better and better music with each passing day. If you haven’t hopped on the Go Periscope bandwagon yet, here is another chance to. The DJ/Producer duo add to their already jamtastic portfolio with “Awake”. This time they take a more drum heavy approach with a lighter synth on vocals which produces a great jam that will have you playing this on repeat. One thing the team does consistantly is generate great hooks and this one doesnt dissapoint. LISTEN TO LOCAL MUSIC.
I don’t know his catalog, i don’t know all his hits. I know he’s worth listening to. Brother, RIP.
Vicious mp3 (from Transformer)
How Do You Think It Feels mp3 (from Berlin)
Coney Island Baby mp3 (from Coney Island Baby)
So damn good!
I love hearing a random track, then going in for more and hearing more DANK. DO DA DAMN THANG