Electro, Hip-Hop | 20syl – Kodama

Posted by on June 17, 2014

20syl has been a major Producer and DJ in the Euro scene but just recently blew up all over again from his collaboration with Oddisee called “Ongoing Thing”. This is another single from the project Motifs EP, which is available for purchase on iTunes. The video concept for this song is perfect.

Exclusive, Featured, Interviews | Hard Rock Sofa On Album “Most Important Thing For Us At Moment”

Posted by on May 6, 2014

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Hard Rock Sofa need little introduction. Though their rise to prominence has only been in the past 3-4 years, coinciding with the dance music boom Stateside, they have been making music since 2005. Approaching a decade of making music and it appears that they are hitting their stride (take notes kids, this does not happen overnight, unless you buy it), making tunes in a wide variety of sounds and styles.

We were supposed to sit down and chat with them the third day of E Zoo, but well I think we all know what happened. But we got the chance after “Arms Around Me” released to chat with them, so of course we did. We got to chat about their latest single “Arms Around Me” that was just released on Axtone, the impact of Sergey (the former third member of the group) leaving, their upcoming artist album and much more.


Electronic | JMSN – Thing U Miss (The Ninetys Remix)

Posted by on April 25, 2014

Today was a good day, because The Ninetys put out a new remix. This is my fifth post of The Ninetys in the last year (whoops, The Ninetys rules) so you know it has got to be good! JMSN’s “Thing U Miss” is given a new twist here. It’s got a more ambient feel, which is a bit different for The Ninetys but it works really well. Speedy drums carry the piano melody along, giving it life and charisma. The track is emotional and smooth. It’s hard to categorize, but a fun listen – grab it for free!

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House, Interviews | Lars Allertz: Sweden’s Next Big Thing

Posted by on February 12, 2014

Photo by Fabian Wester

2013 has been the breakthrough year for Sweden’s new DJ/producer talent Lars Allertz. His hit track, “Make You Mine” has scored in the Top 10 of the Swedish iTunes chart, been aired on Swedish national radio, and played during his first arena gig at the Swedish electronic music festival, November Lights. As things are looking bright for the 21-year-old, our guest blogger Rebecca made a trip to Stockholm to talk to him about his progressing career.

It’s classic Swedish winter weather and the traffic is slow, just as it is every year. I never learn that the road workers seem to always forget how to handle the snow. My bus is late, and I’m late to my meeting with Lars Allertz. Shit.

After a ”refreshing” sprint in my not-so-sprint-friendly combat boots from the bus station to Uppsala’s central train station, I throw myself on the train to Stockholm. I arrive fifty minutes later, stressed out and therefore very nervous. But Lars Allertz greets me with the kindest approach, and I realize that his down to earth personality is forgiving, even for my stupid mistake to clean up the apartment after last night’s raging after-party instead of choosing the early bus.

Allertz suggests we take a short walk to his studio located in the prettiest and nicest area in Stockholm – Östermalm. It’s the kind of area where I, in my dreams, imagine myself buying the perfect turn of the century apartment when I, in the future, am ridiculously successful and perfect (fingers crossed).

During the walk we get into a relaxed conversation. Allertz tells me about the studio, how it’s in the same building as the DJ duo Nause, and that he in facts spends most of his time here “where the magic happens.”


Contests | BoomBotix Contest

Posted by on July 20, 2011

Back in November we introduced you to BoomBotix. For those of you who weren’t fortunate enough to know we existed back then, well allow me to introduce one of the greatest devices the world of speakers has to offer. This little guy is a portable speaker compatible with any audio device and is perfect for the bass-head on the go. The back features a little clip so you can easily attach it on your belt and bump beats while you walk, bike, drive, or rave. I know what your thinking, “the sound quality on that dinky thing must be about the same at my iPhone speaker.” Well, I’ve got news for you. This. Thing. BUMPS.

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Hip-Hop | Snoop Dogg “It’s D Only Thing” | HIP-HOP

Posted by on January 28, 2011

Snoop dog’s resurgence in the game seems to be directly correlated to Wiz Khalifa’s rise to fame. In fact many people call Khalifa the 80’s babies answer to Snoop, which I completely agree with. They’re bringing back the smokers music, lets just hope Atlantic doesn’t hault the progress…

DOWNLOAD: Snoop Dogg – It’s D Only Thing


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