Category Archive for: Reviews


Deebs – Awry (Album)

 Toronto beatsmith Deebs creates music that will inspire a journey regardless of whether the listener is partaking in physical movement or not. He lends himself to varying soundscapes that pull on heartstrings one moment and create euphoria in another. Awry, Deebs new album, is a culmination of these contrasting elements. “Arcadia 333″ leads off the series with…

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The Bounce Festival: Review

In the depths of the Plumas National forest lays an area called Twain, CA, which is about 15 miles away from the legendary Belden Town, CA where festivals like Emissions and Lightning in a Bottle once resided. Siting on an oxbow shaped piece of land next to the Feather River, The Bounce festival location was…

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Emissions: West Coast Bass Culture Festival Review

When first hearing about Emissions 2013, memories of people raving about a festival in the middle of the forest came to mind. Not knowing what to expect from this type of event, all I could think of was talk of past experiences in a secluded, mystical town named “Belden Town”. On the drive up, the setting…

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EVENT RECAP: Seven Lions, Flinch & Candyland @ Control [Los Angeles]

Last Friday was another sold out event at Hollywood’s finest, Control at Avalon. Bass lovers united at the packed house to see a star studded lineup. Santa Barbara’s very own Seven Lions was headlinging the show with their good friends and SoundLogik favorite Candyland. Flinch and At Dawn We Rage were also on the bill.…

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First Impressions: Daft Punk – Random Access Memories

We wrote down our thoughts during our first listen to the new Daft Punk record “Random Access Memories”


[Festival Recap] Soundlogik @ SXSW

After attending multiple music festivals ranging from Coachella, HARD, and Electric Zoo I have to admit that SXSW in Austin, Texas was by far the best music experience I have ever been a part of. SXSW is the largest music festival in the world with over 2000 official performers and it takes places every year…

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Recap | AC Slater @ Fluxx Nightclub (3-7-13)

To the casual electronic music listener the name AC Slater might not ring bells, or it may conjure thoughts of the early 90’s sitcom ‘Saved by the Bell’ character by the same name. In fact AC Slater is a pioneer and integral figure in the rise and continued success of the east coast bass music…

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[Recap] Cheesecake Presents: Kavinsky @ LOT 613

This past weekend Cheesecake Presents brought the one and only Kavinsky to the City of Angels. This was very fitting as he is said to have died in a car crash in 1986 whilst driving his beloved Ferrari Testarossa. Whether he’s an angel or zombie, the returned Kavinsky seemed right at home with the sold-out…

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An-Ten-Nae – Raindrops On Roses EP + Free Download of “In My Brain”

At last! The King of self-invented Acid Crunk, a bass music hybrid style of trap, glitch and other influences, has released more music. An-Ten-Nae unveils the first single off his long awaited debut album (due for release in April 2013) and it is a unique blend of voice driven melody and bass infused on-the-floor heat.…

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Justin Jay – Everything EP

Dirtybird‘s youngest member Justin Jay continues to cement himself as one of the most promising producers coming out of LA and the West Coast in general. At a young age, he’s already garnered the support from the boss bird Claude Vonstroke himself, and now sees an EP release on Fatboy Slim‘s Southern Fried Records. It’s…

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