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SD: 4 Back-to-School Bashes To Cool You Off

San Diego has always been recognized for its golden citizens and envious beach life. For those who’ve spent the summertime at home or away from the beach and party scene, here are four pool parties to choose from to get back [...]

August 20, 2014 Blog, Events, San Diego, Uncategorized

LA: Live Out MAKJ’s Avalon Hollywood Adventure With Remix Competition Winner

MAKJ touched down at Avalon Hollywood last weekend to play for a sold out crowd and didn’t disappoint – however, he had a special guest with him: Max Styler. The NorCal up-and-comer was the lucky winner of a remix competition [...]

August 20, 2014 Blog, Electro, Events, Interviews, Los Angeles, Music, progressive, Recaps, Remix, soundcloud, YouTube
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The Perfect Pre-Fest Workout? EDM Yoga, Hosted By Exchange LA

With EDM on the rise and being heard through so many facets – online, radio, commercials, etc. – it’s no wonder that the fitness world has taken a liking to the upbeat and hard hitting style of electronic music. With [...]

August 20, 2014 Blog, Events, Los Angeles, Uncategorized

LA: Relive Clockwork’s HARD Summer Liveset

Clockwork has uploaded his HARD Summer set for his Workshop series on Soundcloud. If you were at the festival, trust that you will get massive flashbacks through out his set at the HardER stage at around 5 p.m. Remember all the dust in [...]

August 20, 2014 Blog, News

Now You Can Torrent OWSLA’s New Free DL Bundle

BitTorrent bundles have become a new avenue for labels and artists to connect and interact with their fans. Starting out with Kaskade, music labels such as Mad Decent and Fool’s Gold Records have recently turned towards BitTorrent to offer fans a [...]

August 19, 2014 Blog, Dubstep, Electro, Free Download, Moombahton, Music, progressive, Trap, Twerk, Uncategorized

7 DJs Who Doused Themselves For The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Over the last month, the “Ice Bucket Challenge” has helped spread awareness for ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, and (in the process) raised more than $15 million for the ALS Association. The project asks participants to make a [...]

August 19, 2014 Blog, News