Electro-House, Events | Feed Me Psychedelic Journey EP + North American Tour

Posted by on July 11, 2014

feed me psychedelic journeyJon Gooch aka Feed Me or Spor is finally getting ready to go back on the road. After months of working on new material for his various monikers, Feed Me is back out on the road for the summer festival season and has an EP to play for the ride. “Psychedelic Journey” encapsulates the controlled and refined madness that Feed Me brings to the table, ignoring genre tags and gives you the most complex, heavy stuff you will find. It is another master stroke from Feed Me as we wait for already announced album from Feed Me & Spor at some point. Stream three of the four tracks below and grab the EP on Beatport or iTunes.

Go stream the final tune of the EP “Without Gravity” over on DA.

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With the EP he is getting ready to go on tour with a revamped version of the teeth. I have yet to see the teeth, though I have seen Feed Me twice live, so this is going to be a doozy of a tour. He is bringing along supporting acts Treasure Fingers, Delta Heavy, Le Castle Vania and Sotto Voice signees, Tijani & Zeros. Check out the dates after the jump and make sure you grab your tickets here.


Events | Electric Zoo Announces Full Lineup of Afterparties + Grounds Update

Posted by on August 8, 2013

Electric Zoo 2013 Map
One of the big announcements for this year’s Electric Zoo was the addition of the second MainStage, which brought a lot of excitement at the new lineup possibilities, but also some questions as to where they would put it. Well now they have answered that question, with a map layout that puts the entrance near the Sunday School Groove Tent and the second MainStage opposite the 3 tent stages. I believe there won’t be an issue with noise bleeding, like there was at EDC NYC, but one issue may be with it getting very crowded walking along that path, especially at night and with inebriated festival-goers.

Made Event has teased a few afterparties in the past week or so, but now they have revealed all 14, bringing in Cielo and Output for a much more housey landscape. If you want to brave the crowds at Pacha, they have strong lineups, but if not, your more mainstream sounds will be championed by the bigger Roseland Ballroom, hosting the likes of Benassi, Dyro, The Machine, W&W and Deniz Koyu. Best Buy Theater will be your place for bass music with Flux and friends on Friday, Adventure Club and friends on Sunday and an intriguing show of Rudimental, Delta Heavy and Modeselektor on Saturday. If you are willing to make the hour-long commute to Brooklyn after the show for some house, Output is for you, with Dirtybird taking over in what will be one of the better afterparties, while Laurent Garnier takes over for a marathon solo set on Sunday, and Friday has a double-header at Output and Cielo. There is something for everyone at these afters that will allow you to keep the party going and get no sleep over Labor Day Weekend. Full schedule after the jump, and grab your tickets below. You can still grab tickets for the festival here.

Afterparty Tickets


Dubstep | Excision, Downlink – Crowd Control (Delta Heavy Remix)

Posted by on August 14, 2012

The highly anticipated Excision and Downlink “X-Rated Remix Album” finally has a release date set for September 3rd featuring some of the biggest names in EDM on this list such as Dirtyphonics, Elite Force, Eptic, Lucky Date, Far Too Loud, Loadstar, Xilent, Specimen A, SPACE LACES, Calyx & TeeBee, and more. This is going to be a MASSIVE remix album to say the least. To hold us over until then Excision saw fit to release these two remixes of Crowd Control by Delta Heavy and Pixel Fist. Delta Heavy smashed their heavy drumstep remix with some of their gritty synths and fast paced drums. Pixel Fist fell a little short on their remix in my opinion, not really contributing anything out of the ordinary. You can get both remixes on Beatport HERE.


Events, Preview | Starscape Festival 2012: Preview

Posted by on May 24, 2012

EDC NY went out with a bang and a bass drop on Sunday night, leaving us to stagger numbly out of MetLife, onto public transit, and back into the bleak, bleak world beyond the gates. Exiting a festival is never a great feeling. But now we’re a few days out and it’s officially time to start looking ahead to the next event — in other words, it’s time to get hyped.

For some of you, that next event will be EDC’s flagship festival. But for those of you who won’t be able to jet off to Vegas in two weeks, pay attention to these next few sentences. On June 9th, Starscape Festival brings the garden of Eden to Baltimore’s Ft. Armistead park for the fourteenth year in a row, and by all accounts it’s going to be bigger and better than ever.

There are two things to take away from the above infographic. First: Sixteen hours of nonstop music. Yes, you read that correctly. Sixteen hours. By the beard of Zeus. And second: Holy facemelt, Batman, that lineup is insane. I don’t even want to run through it because I’ll probably wind up transcribing it in its glorious, dubstep/DnB-heavy entirety. But for the sake of conversation…

Flux Pavilion. Chase and Status. Modestep. Shpongle. Funtcase. Camo & Krooked. Noisia. Cookie Monsta. Zomboy. Dieselboy. Skism. Terravita. Bare. Delta Heavy. Figure. Mimosa. GOODNESS. That is quite literally a litany of filth. Then we’ve got Sazon Booya, Tittsworth, and ETC!ETC! bringing the moombah love. And finally, a few nondescript, under the radar acts you’ve probably never even heard of: Zedd, Dillon Francis, Kill The Noise, and Dada Life. Who are those guys? Yeah, no idea.

If Knife Party’s Rage Valley EP can’t come soon enough, if you find yourself head knocking unabashedly at your desk at work, if you hate it when festivals end at 11 p.m. and you don’t know what to do with yourself, if you enjoy watching the sunrise from a beach….then Starscape has your name on it. Middy and I will be out in full force bringing the FNT party. We hope to see you there!

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Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Moombahton | Sub Focus — Falling Down [Sevs Top Remixes]

Posted by on March 15, 2012

Sub Focus is undeniably one of my favorite producers and I have yet to get tired of this track. I enjoy this track so much that today I decided to throw my top remixes of this track into a remix pack with a little something for everyone. Although I wish this first remix was up for download, it unfortunately is not at this time but if it is in the near future I will let you guys know. It’s an amazing Drum and Bass remix by Elliot M. The intro he created for this remix gets me every time and I’m pretty sure if Sub Focus heard this one, he would be dropping it in his sets.
Sub Focus – Falling Down feat. Kenzie May (Elliott M bootleg) by Elliott m

Rostik’s dubstep interpretation of this track is fire. He takes Sub Focus’s wobbly drop and makes it his own with an ascending synth and some cool sounds.
Falling Down – Sub Focus (Rostik Remix) (Free download, click buy for link) by Rostik

This one was uploaded today and it is a banger! It is a Delta Heavy style Moombahcore remix/mashup that is laser synth central. The slowed down Moombah BPM help builds the track up perfectly for this style drop.
Sub Focus – Falling Down (Blastaguyz VS Autolaser Remix) by BLASTAGUYZ!



Dubstep | Fixers – Iron Deer Dream (Delta Heavy Remix)

Posted by on March 15, 2012

Delta Heavy just dropped a chill, happy remix that’s perfect for this awesome weather and easy on the ears. While this might seem like a bit of a departure from some of their heavier/more DnB-inflected tracks, the bassline’s definitely got some heft beneath those high, synthy leads. These guys are some of the most versatile and creative producers in the game right now and I’m loving everything they’re putting out lately, so give this one a listen and hit up the free DL.

DOWNLOAD: Fixers – Iron Deer Dream (Delta Heavy Remix)
Fixers – Iron Deer Dream (Delta Heavy Remix) by DELTA HEAVY

Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Moombahton, Review | Emalkay – Flesh & Bone (Remixes)

Posted by on February 28, 2012

I wanted to take a day after this released to listen a bit more to these remixes. Emalkay are amazing, but this package contained some lesser names and I really wanted to be sure about posting them. Turns out I am in love with every remix on this, and picking one favorite is very difficult to do. The original track is cool reggae vibed drum & bass, a feel I have really been getting into as of late. The first remix on this happened to end up being my favorite, The Others kept the parts I loved about the original and added a sweet dubstep drop. When it came to picking my favorite out the 3 remixes, Delta Heavy’s remix was almost tied with The Others. Delta Heavy went with a drumstep remix, and really took off with the drum beat which sounds incredible. Beatport confused me, they have the entire remix EP labeled as dubstep, but clearly Dismantel went with a sexy moombahton remix that I don’t think anyone would mind hearing on the dance floor. All in all I really enjoyed listening to these remixes.

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