Be sure to tune in TONIGHT at 1:35e/12:35c to NBC to catch Porter Robinson's first ever television performance, with the hit track, "Sad Machine." Catch him on his "Worlds" tour, which has been garnering critical acclaim, and fan acclaim, wherever it stops.
“Scream,” first played by Martin Garrix at Tomorrowland, has since become one of the hottest festival tracks of the summer, seeing support by the likes of such international stars as Tiësto, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, W&W, R3hab, Blasterjaxx and Bingo Players.
And now, at long last, the hit created by Henry Fong and J-Trick is available for download via Musical Freedom Records.
Buy it right now here.
The homegrown music festival recently announced an impressive line-up for this year’s March 2015 event. Along with many astounding artists, the line-up proudly features two headlining sets by master jam band moe. As an essential part of the improvisational jam/rock scene since the early 1990s, moe. is sure to add a far-out flair to the fest. This multi-stage event will also feature The Disco Biscuits, Papadosio and Snarky Puppy as headlining artists
AURA Music & Arts Festival will take place from March 6– 8 in Live Oak, Florida at the historic and remarkably beautiful Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. The park is situated along the amber Suwannee River, nestled in the heart of an 800 acre oak and cypress tree forest. The venue allows RV and primitive camping, and offers various opportunities for outdoor activities such as swimming, canoeing, kayaking, disc golf and biking. Affectionately referred to as “Suwannee” by familiar fans, the park provides an incomparable atmosphere for an extraordinary and unforgettable experience.
Asian Fashion Week Extravaganza wasn't just a celebration of a multitude of Asian designers' talents, it was also a gathering of fashionistas supporting a great cause, the Save a Child's Heart Foundation. The two seemingly separate projects joined together for a joyous night of style and fundraising.
Save a Child's Heart project is an Israeli-based international humanitarian mission to bring cardiac healthcare for children who other wise would not be able to afford it. Currently, Save a Child's Heart is putting their funding towards training healthcare professionals and doctors to treat cardiac disease in youths in China. Yanna Begelman, of Yaju Events, saw the opportunity to join Asian Fashion Week with the cause to fundraise and expose New York City to the designers of Asian background.
Everything you ever knew about cinema is about to be challenged.
Tomorrow, September 23rd, two-time Grammy nominated producer, Dirty South releases his debut film, and with it, a sensory experience unlike any other.
See the album. Hear the movie.
Engross yourself in a tale of love, surrender yourself to the music, and experience the incredible film, With You.
A tale of two star-crossed lovers at its helm, With You takes us on quest and one love-struck man sets out to find a long lost love, one that has tempered into a vacant memory of the past.
Written, directed, and shot by Dirty South, the film is fueled with true emotion, artistic ingenuity, and sewn masterfully together by a series of hauntingly poignant melodies.
Before disappearing from the scene in order to work on his next album, French producer Gesaffelstein will make his way to North America to perform close out his live set performances of his most recent album, Aleph.
This hiccup of a tour includes just two stops: Montreal on November 5th and New York City’s Terminal 5 on November 6th. Tickets for this final show go on sale on Friday, September 26th, so be prepared to purchase.
We had a chance to catch Gesaffelstein just recently at Ezoo, and trust us, this is not a show you will want to miss.
After Joan Rivers’ death on September 4th, many were left wondering whether her E! show, Fashion Police, would go on without her. On Friday September 19th, her daughter Melissa Rivers announced on the E! special, Fashion Police: Remembering Joan, that the show in fact would go on.
“Yes, Fashion Police will continue. We’re going to hit pause for a little while, but Fashion Police will be back in January,” Rivers said. The shows return will coincide with the 72nd annual Golden Globes.
Despite only working together for eighteen months, trap production duo, Diskord, surely isn't wasting any time. This week, the news dropped that renowned UK label, Circus Records, snapped them up, with their first release hopefully hitting before the end of the year. It’s certainly a strong step for the pair, with roots pulling in from the heart of Bristol.
While they haven’t released any EPs as of yet, Never Say Die just recently picked up their gnarly track “Freak” for the annual 2014 compilation with UKF. They will undoubtedly have much more original material to come, and it’s become way clear that the boys have an ear for rolling bass lines and rippling melodies. “Go Hard” is a trap-style number, mixing in an eclectic variety of influence through other bass genres. It should be a turning point in the duo’s careers, and we look forward to seeing what they deliver in the coming months.
For now, listeners can get a taste of the Diskord sound here.
This season calls for something savory and luscious, and Joonbug has two prominent solutions for you: Santa Cristina and Tormaresca. Complement each meal with a glass (or two) of vino, and your palate will certainly not be disappointed! Start this season off right with two elite leaders in the wine industry.
Santa Cristina’s Rosso 2010 has an impeccably gorgeous ruby red color, perfected with purple hues. Upon opening the wine, you will enjoy dynamic aromas of red raspberry and cherry. These balanced, silky flavors grace the palate with an extensive fruity flair. The Rosso 2010 contains 13% alcohol.
Michigan-bred experimental dream pop band, Hollow & Akimbo roused an expectant crowd recently at Pianos in NYC. In a whirlwind stop to the Big Apple, they came (Jonathan Visger, Brian Konicek, and Mike Higgens), played, and they CONQUERED.
Hollow & Akimbo mounted the stage as their audience fell silent. Suddenly, the crowd was plunged into darkness as a spectacular light show illuminated the venue, transforming the intimate gathering into a stadium vibe. “This is our first trip to New York ever,” Visger admitted to a chorus of hoots and hollers.