Kill The Noise will soon embark on his first ever bus tour alongside four very notable notable artists. Kill The Noise has never failed to disappoint, and after his monumental collaborative tour with Mat Zo, 'Kill The Zo,' earlier in the year, we have some very high expectations for 'Majestic as Fak.'
Joining Kill The Noise on the tour will be Milo & Otis, Ape Drums (both of whom recently appeared on the remix EP of Kill The Noise's latest collaboration with Skrillex), Botnek , and Two Fresh.
If you look up America’s favorite past-time, you’ll find its true definitions discretely written beneath baseball: sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll. With modern society taking a turn vice, its rare (and oddly refreshing) to find anything that channels these three elements into one concise package that serves up as many laughs as it does scandal. SDR delivers a mixture of both, and in perfect proportions.
The SDR Show (short for Sex, Drugs, and Rock-N-Roll) is the delightfully salacious yet wildly hilarious radio show run by former nightlife icon and nationally acclaimed rock DJ Ralph Sutton, and world-renown comedian Big Jay Oakerson. Sure, you can liken the podcast’s candid bawdiness to that of the Howard Stern Show, but the combination of these two dynamic personalities makes for a radio show that stands apart and completely blows every expectation out of the water.
Escape Music Festival is excited to announce their first interactive concert at Pier 9 in Brooklyn, New York on October 11th and 12th. This is going to be a HUGE festival that will showcase 30 performances and attract a crowd of more than 16,000 people over the course of two days. Featured musical artists include Placebo and Yeasayer, along with Ra Ra Riot, Bakermat, ASTR, Tesla Boy, Basecamp and Follow Me, as well as DJ sets by The Crystal Method, Neon Indian and STRFKR. Be sure to follow the fest to get more info as it is available.
It is only fitting that the city that invented hip hop host one of the biggest hip hop festival the country has ever seen. The Source 360 has proudly announced that they will be hosting the first annual Music, Art & Culture Expo in the eclectic borough of Brooklyn, from September 19th-21st.
One of the biggest music festivals since Coachella, this event promises to bleed culture into the city and enhance the need for hip hop throughout New York. This pioneering event will be overflowing with trade shows, panels, concerts, celebrity appearances, vendors, and anything else you would hope to find at a hip hop festival.
Kygo has quickly managed to find himself as one of the hottest producers of the summer. With his twinkling, beachy remixes of everyone from Ed Sheeran to Coldplay and even Martin Gaye, the twenty-two year old from Norway has now vowed to keep the summer fun going on a little longer with his Endless Summer Tour kicking off at the end of September.
Joining Kygo in his efforts to keep summer lasting as long as possible will be tropical house producer Thomas Jack along with deep house man Amtrac. Hitting major cities all over the country, including a quick stop in Canada, this month long tour is the place to be this fall.
German DJ and producer Boys Noize is incredibly well respected, making music and running his own label for close to eight years, while Baauer has only recently become a household name when his song 'Harlem Shake' achieved some very unconventional success early last year.
The two have decided to pair up for their co-headlining run X tour, bringing along notable acts like Lido, Spank Rock, and Nadus. The trippy tour announcement video can only foreshadow the true extent of the madness that will ensue over the next few months, setting the backdrop of the tour with their intense upcoming collaboration "Fire Like This."
Nocturnal Wonderland is back, and is ready to celebrate the end of summer at the San Manuel Amphitheater & Grounds on September 5th and 6th. Nocturnal Wonderland, widely known for its magical atmosphere, with interactive art installations and mysterious roaming creatures, has now proven itself by releasing a spectacular lineup to go along with its whimsical setup.
With a lineup that ranges from progressive house with 3LAU, Arty, and Audien to some drum & bass with Fred V & Grafix and Netsky, and every other possible genre in between, Nocturnal Wonderland presents us with a hard hitting lineup that'll make any EDM fan out there want to hop on a plane to California. So get ready to join artists like Adrian Lux, Bingo Players, Flux Pavilion, Martin Garrix, Mat Zo, Nicky Romero, Tritonal and many many more for what's shaping up to be one of the most highly anticipated festivals of the summer.
Nightmares On Wax, otherwise known as George Evelyn, is not your average DJ. Unlike most of the musicians you see in electronic music today, Evelyn has been a part of the industry for the last 25 years, and he's celebrating with a massive European and U.S. tour that started earlier this year. Born in England but currently residing in Ibiza, Evelyn has seen the evolution of music into what we know and love (or hate) today. With such an expansive career, he has surely played a role in this progression.
Creativity spews out of every pore of his body every chance it gets. As one of the musical innovators of our time, Evelyn took a look on the past 25 years of making music, something he rarely does due to the fact that he is always looking forward, always looking to create something new.
It's every Chicago music fan's favorite time of year: Lollapalooza! The hot and rowdy music fest returns again to dominate Chicago with great music, great food, and barely-clothed revellers. Lolla's also added new, hi-tech wristbands that let you get through the weekend completely cash-free, and they've partnered up with Uber for some exclusive discounts, making the festival-going experience easier than ever.
If you haven't checked out the line-up, you can scope the full list here, and it's their best yet. Eminem and Outkast are headlining alongside Skrillex and Calvin Harris, and they're joined by a dense roster of the most exciting pop, rock, rap and EDM artists around, including Childish Gambino, Nas, Chance the Rapper, Chromeo, Spoon, and Chvrches.
Located in the heart of the theatre district, Royale is Boston's only true "mega club," where you can enjoy first-class service in a club environment. So it's the perfect place to go see David Solano, who's looking forward to spinning the best music for you on Friday night!
The Miami DJ/producer/remixer will be playing at Royale this Friday, August 1st, with doors at 10pm. Tickets are only $15 but are going fast, so make sure to get them today!
What: David Solano at Royale
When: Friday, August 1st, 10pm
Where: Royale, 279 Tremont St., Boston