House | WhiteNoize & Nima G – Haters Get Mad

Posted by on February 11, 2014

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A wise Fat Jewish man once said, “I keep an umbrella with me at all times to shield me from the tears of my haters.” Keeping a hater umbrella handy is something San Francisco based Dj/production duo, WhiteNoize, should probably consider doing because these fellas go to work and where there is someone working hard , there is usually a hater lurking, ready to cry their big salty tears all over the place. This Tech-House tune with deep dance-floor tenancies  goes out to the haters for staying on their job. Haters would be better off popping a molly and giving someone a hug, then they are wasting their bodie’s hydration on hate-tears but then who would fuel the tanks of the achievers in the world? Either way, haters are going to have to figure out a way to stay hydrated cause bottled water isn’t getting any cheaper and you know they stay broke.

Mashups, Mix | DOSVEC – “A.D.D.” Radio Episode #12

Posted by on February 11, 2014

Episode has an impressive 4 Live Recordings – DOSVEC is really pushing the Mashup Genre into a a realm of over acceptance and appreciation from Coast to Coast – Peep the 15 total tracks and overall feel of Episode #12 truly makes you think you were part of the night


Mashups, Mix | DOSVEC – “A.D.D.” Radio Show Episode #11

Posted by on January 15, 2014

Frank (aka DJ Dosvec)

What better way to stay warm during these winter months than with some CHUNKY HOUSE and DEEP 808’s

That is what DOSVEC delivers in Episode #11 of the only Mashup Radio Show in America “A.D.D.” The show starts off with the silky “Wicked Lights” and works its way to a sick mid section of some serious Bass, then back into some PHAT CHUNKY HOUSE.

This will surely keep you warm this Hump Day and for many more to come



Abstract Hip-Hop | Young Jedi – A1

Posted by on January 10, 2014

Sounding like it came from from some sort of retrolux time warp machine, Young Jedi, who I covered on a previous post (his production name is Ely Sounds), is releasing his first compilation of beats called ‘A1’. For those of you unfamiliar with Young Jedi, he’s been spending his time between Chicago and San Francisco over the last year and a half, articulating and perfecting his unique style. From the underground, urban-hippy music scene in SF to the flashy, embellished music style of the windy city, you can tell how the two worlds collided to create his music. This is any rappers delight, 5 perfected beats to flow over. Enjoy!

Totally dig it? Get It Here.

Hip-Hop | YG – I’m Good (Andrew Luce Remix)

Posted by on December 24, 2013


Yet another massive track from the boy wonder Andrew Luce: this time, the San Francisco native chose to remix YG’s “I’m Good,” showing off his ability to skillfully blend popular electronic styles with a clear Bay Area hip-hop influence. If you need a track to throw down with quality sampling and a consistent, clean, dynamic, & just straight up loud bass line, you’ve found your match.

For those of you heading out to Snowglobe in S. Lake Tahoe next week, make sure to catch his set at the Main Stage on Tuesday from 4:30-5:30. After winning the event’s Opening DJ Contest, it’s definitely a performance you won’t want to miss – again, big things coming from this guy. Don’t forget to hit up a free download!

Free Download: I’m Good (Andrew Luce Remix)

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Events, Preview | Flosstradamus & Alex Young @ The Warfield, 12/20/13 (UPDATE: SOLD OUT)

Posted by on December 14, 2013


If you’re out in the bay for the holiday season, then you need to find yourself a ticket to Flosstradamus’ performance at the Warfield on 12/20. Of course, these guys are some of the OG trap artists who really helped the electronic sub-genre take flight, and if you don’t live under a rock, they probably don’t need much of an introduction; however, one of their opening acts for the evening who I do think deserves a little more love (though he has been getting some serious props recently from major players across the industry) is Alex Young. If you haven’t already heard of him, here’s why you should get excited about his set next Friday:


Alex is definitely a unique artist in the game right now. At just 16, this kid’s already played for thousands of people at multi-day festival events, and he’s not even out of high school yet. With a youthful perspective backing him up, his sound embodies a versatile dynamic that has the power to make you get on your feet and go crazy, or just mug it in your car while you throw your seat back, one hand on the wheel; even though he won’t be – he just started driving. There’s clearly a lot of energy coming for this guy, and if you can, you’re going to want to try and catch some of it in San Francisco. If you haven’t already, check out his latest track “SWTRWTHR” that premiered a couple weeks ago with a free download. Don’t forget to snag a ticket from stubhub or elsewhere – it’s sold out! Come get based with us.

PS – stay on the lookout for an exclusive FNT interview with Alex, coming soon!

Alex Young: Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Exclusive, Interviews, Review | Wallpaper. Exclusive FNT Interview @ Fillmore SF 11/24

Posted by on December 2, 2013

FNT had the honor of going to see Wallpaper. live, alongside 3OH!3 in San Francisco last Sunday night. We caught up with Wallpaper. after his set, and you can check out the interview we had with him above. The loud audio and the dark/festive lighting and setting perfectly reflect the mood of the night, so our apologies if it’s more going on than your normal interview, but I think Ricky Reed would be happier with this “hesh” setting than if it were in a quiet room in the back away from the party.

Although, after hearing Wallpaper.’s hit song Hesher, you may assume that all their music is very electronic based and therefore their concert would be more like a rave where a DJ plays loud music and everyone crowds together. However, Wallpaper. blew us away when their entire set was performed by a team of 4 – two drummers, one dancer/secondary vocalist, and of course, Ricky Reed himself. Besides showing us their awesome musical capabilities, they engaged the entire crowd using more than just music — but more of entertainment as a whole. There was awesome music being played, even with electronic songs like Hesher being perfectly recreated on the drums. There was also a whole lot of awesome dancing going on, and just a whole lot of good and energetic vibes that captured the audience as a whole. Hard to say I’ve really experienced anything like it before — but it was awesome, and we definitely look forward to seeing them perform next time they’re in the bay again.

P.S. Check out the awesome pic we got during his performance, and check it out when he instagrams it in the screenshot below.


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