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by: Mitchell Rose Dec 4, 2020 “I actually listened to this mixtape about three days ago, and it rocked me so hard I shit a huge stone-hard log…” This outro, pulled from “The Sherriff Of Midi,” is just one example of the absurdity of Baauer‘s new mixtape, The Boptape. Fresh off a Grammy nomination for […]

by: Sami Weisband Nov 24, 2020 Earlier this fall, innovative electronic duo Bob Moses partnered with Twitch to produce a 70-minute concert film. Creating inspiration out of limitation, Bob Moses took to Topanga Microwave Tower, an abandoned radio tower just on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Masterfully shot, the musicians climb up a ladder to […]

by: Rugby Scruggs Nov 7, 2020 Coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on November 10 is a brand new rhythm game centered around the art of DJ mixing and mashups. In Fuser, players will be able to participate in a solo campaign that will challenge them to master their DJ skills […]

by: Rugby Scruggs Oct 23, 2020 Livestream concerts have been a gift amid the ongoing pandemic, allowing fans to get their live music fix in the safest means possible. Twitch is looking to capitalize on this phenomenon, and in increasing efforts to do so has just secured an exclusive livestream arrangement with electronic music duo […]

by: Sami Weisband Oct 4, 2020 Every October for the past eight years, long-time devotees of dance music have looked forward to RL Grime‘s infamous “Halloween” mix series. This year, not only will fans see the release of Grime’s ninth installment of the series at the end October, but also an month-long celebration of “Halloween.” […]

Lost Lands’ Couch Lands has delivered once again for episode 3 and there’s no better way to cap of the night than with a thrilling live DJ set from the mastermind behind the madness, Excision. As he’s about to take the virtual stage, we’re still recovering from a devastating lineup (and we mean that in […]

by: Sophie Bress Sep 10, 2020 When the COVID-19 pandemic put live events on indefinite hiatus, the music industry was forced to rapidly adapt. For most artists, this meant transitioning to live-streamed events, using social platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitch. But in a newly announced set of rules—set to take effect on October […]