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To All Early Adopters: Kickstart the YRG Pro

About a year ago we heard wind of a musical instrument that might answer answer some of our production problems (See the Music Production Tool: You Rock Guitar post).  If you’re like myself, boarding the electronic music train was just an extension of a passion for music.  That passion began with my father’s beat up acoustic…

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Atlas – Avicii + Justice (Levels and Civilization)

The oft quoted declaration disparaging electronic music, “They’re not actually musicians!” must quietly take its dying breathe.  Electronic music is the caffeine of contemporary music, the place of inspiration, and the integral part that keeps progress at the forefront.  Atlas, a classic instrument-based band, combines beautiful arrangement with unmatched musicianship to create an EDM listening…

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Exclusive Interview: the beautiful and radiant notic nastic

Apologies to all.  To my brethren here that work tirelessly to open pandora’s box of sound, gratitude.  To the magical team working with the magical duo notic nastic, I sincerely apologize.  Describing the faux pas – I have selfishly hoarded words from notic nastic’s singer for too long.  It is time to rectify by sharing. ______________________________________________________________________ Released…

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Yooj & Go Funk Urself – On One EP

We love tag team projects, and our friends, Berlin based Yooj & LA based Go Funk Urself just teamed up to release an EP “On One”.  The EP was released on Beatport a little over a week ago on Frankfurt based label We Play Minimal receiving positive responses from the likes of Roger Sanchez, Markus Schulz…

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Crookers present Dr. Gonzo

*Promo Video: The making of…  . Ladies and Gentlemen, it has been too long since the Italian duo have released their snarky loads for us in.  With their infamous remix of Day n’ Nite, one could reasonably argue THEY officially courted hip/hop and electronic music in an engagement that will surely end in matrimony.  However…

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The Trashmen – Surfin’ Bird (Drop the Lime Mow Bow Bootleg) + Bonus Logik

New York native, Luca Venezia, aka Drop The Lime, has been throwing out tracks honing in for Trouble & Bass perfecting the unique sounds alongside label mates Udachi and Tomb Crew.  You may remember the infamous “Sex Sax” which you can find with other notable tracks from EDC 2011.  A few days ago he gave…

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Skream – Where You Should Be (Jack Beats Remix) + Beyonce Remix

  Three days ago Jacks Beats threw up two new remixes of the mastermind Skream, and the masterbehind Beyonce.  The gentlemen at Jack Beats can do no wrong, from the quintessential fidgety madness they popularized back when, to their brain rioting live performances, they deserve more credit than they get on every DJ Poll.  You’ll notice…

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Doorly Interviewed and Identified

Identifying Doorly From the mouth of an eloquent man, we had the opportunity to hear his perspective on the international dance music stage, performing live, and the journey to residency in Ibiza.  We left his quotes long so you could dream the story in his own words. Dizzee Rascal & Armand Van Helden – Bonkers…

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Illa Scorsese – 21 Dub Street

The gentlemen over at Ambassador Beats recently teamed up with Virginia up-and-coming rapper Illa Scorsese to produce this hip/dub inspired album.  Months in production lead to this highly anticipated piece which takes a bat to the man and shines a winged signal into the air pointing to the direction they demand dubstep take.  For those…

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Railroad Revival Tour Live Recordings – Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe, + Old Crow Medicine Show

Back on April 21, confined to the tracks of a steel octopus stretching its legs across the country, three bands brought us back to the times of the goldrush and spitoons.  The three biggest names in our contemporary folk music movement, Mumford and Sons, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show came together…

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