In this video Jahan, Jasmine and Rain Man of Krewella sit down with their manager Jake Udell and producer/DJ Tommie Sunshine for a panel at Electronic Music Conference 2013. They discuss the difficulties of making it in such a competitive industry and how they dedicated their lives to pushing themselves harder and harder towards success.
For all you Big Gigantic fans out there it has been a rough ride with not a lot of new music coming from this awesome dubstep/instrumental live performance infused duo. The wait is coming to an end! Big G announced recently that a whole new album is on it’s way. Set to release in early of February 2014. Get excited! This album is going to be long in the making 🙂 Attached is a link containing more information on the Big G album and their new release called Touch The Sky!
2014 is going to be an awesome year for electronic dance music. Canadian bass master Excision is gearing up with Dirty Phonics and Ill Gates for his upcoming tour in North America. These shows will be blasting his signature 150,000 watts of sound and won’t disappoint. The combination of these artists together should make for a sweet experience. Each so individually unique in their music styles. This tour will make a stop in Kansas City on February 18th at the Midland Theatre so don’t miss out!
KC natives Aplsoz and Gee Watts teamed up for an epic collaboration of the minds on their new single called “In the Music”. Where sonic force meets crisp, vibrant verses you can find these two forging fully captivating, bass soaked raptronica. Coming off of his last release “Watts Up,” that featured Kendrick Lamar Gee Watts is showing more and more promise to be one of the top emcees around. Keep an ear out for more tunes from Aplsoz & Gee Watts!!
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LA based producer Mimosa, features heavy basslines, addicting electro synths, and high energy drums on his newest track, “Event Horizon.” Mimosa brings what he describes as “future trill” sounds to his current North American “Event Horizon” that runs through December.