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First Listen: 12th Planet drops brand new UZ x Trinidad James collaboration

12th Planet murdered Voyeur Nightclub in San Diego on FAT Tuesday, and dropped this exclusive first play of a brand new UZ and Trinidad James collaboration while doing so. Watch out peeps, this one could take over! UZ has the support of pretty much every major player in the American EDM scene, from Skrillex to…

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12th Planet – The End Is Near (EP + Tour Dates)

If we’re going to connect obvious dots here… we’d say that 2012 might be the year of 12th Planet. Judging by the EP title along with his alias, it looks like 12th planet is going apocalyptic in more ways than one, and one of those ways is in this heavy ass free EP released through…

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The BASSment: 12th Planet | Doctor P | Flux Pavilion | Jakwob | Modestep

When things get explosive the BASSment is exactly where you should be. Prep your sound systems accordingly cause these bass filled missiles blow everything above ground. We’re back again with another humongous assortment of dubstep. Don’t blame us if your speakers are shot after running through these tracks. Last time we led you off with…

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Skrillex Presents: Free Treats – Vol 001

In case you missed the news yesterday night, Skrillex along with buddies Zedd and 12th Planet, gave away 3 new tracks.. for free! – as part of what is assumed to be a new free music collective started by him called Free Treats. We don’t know forsure if this will be a routine thing, but…

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Coachella Fridaze | 12th Planet

SoundLogik will be attending Coachella Music Festival this upcoming April and we’re extremely stoked, to say the least. Since a one post preview of the entire weekend and all of our favorite artists would be far too lengthy, we decided to start our “Coachella Daze” series which will feature Coachella artists/songs every Friday, Saturday and…

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Rusko – Hold On Remixes

We understand there are mixed emotions about remixes. On one hand you’ve got the purist argument that the quality of a remix shouldn’t hold much weight because all of the substance was already provided by the original producer. On the other hand there’s the progressive argument of why not try and make something better? In…

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