Roxy Festival 2019

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Roxy Festival is a one-day event taking place in Guadalajara, Mexico on February 23rd, 2019.

♫ Listen: Huerco S – RA.658

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West Mineral’s main-man takes us on an ambient ride. It’s all open and sunlit, blown by inquisitive winds, with a warmness that is a dripping that is a becoming of a surface. It’s a sound that is pointing towards something but is also the thing itself. It’s a mix that deliquesces beauty into sound’s excess.

Fabric Announce New Mix Series, First Mix by Bonobo

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Fabric Presents will pick up where the Fabriclive series left off

Mary Lattimore – “Never Saw Him Again (Julianna Barwick Remix)”

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Mary LattimoreMary Lattimore had a good year. Last May, the experimental harpist released her great new album Hundreds Of Days. Six months later, she teamed up with her longtime friend Meg Baird to release another great new album, Ghost Forests. Just last month, she shared the gorgeous one-off song “Mary,More »

Eric Prydz closing down Brooklyn’s Navy Yard on upcoming limited Pryda run

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Eric Prydz closing down Brooklyn’s Navy Yard on upcoming limited Pryda runEric Prydz Live

Eric Prydz closed out 2018 on a high note, going back-to-back with Adam Beyer under his Cirez D moniker for a number of high-profile co-headlining performances. Now, as 2019 begins to ramp up, the Swedish electronic visionary has already promised his most technically advanced live performances to date, along with confirmation that he’s bringing his jaw-dropping HOLO performance to Creamfields later this year. Sweetening the deal even further, Prydz has revealed a limited run of dates under his Pryda alias throughout February and into March, with Washington D.C., Boston, and Chicago all in his cross hairs.

Among the mini-tour’s planned stops is a timely return to Brooklyn’s Navy Yard, where just over a month ago Prydz and Beyer shook New York’s underground to its core with three hours of unadulterated techno. The “Proper Education” producer will perform the final show at Navy Yard, which is expected to shutter after February 23—an honor requested by Prydz after news of the venue’s impending closure broke. See the full list of upcoming Pryda shows below.

Eric Prydz closing down Brooklyn’s Navy Yard on upcoming limited Pryda runPryda Mini Tour Run

Eric Prydz closing down Brooklyn’s Navy Yard on upcoming limited Pryda run

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Eric Prydz closing down Brooklyn’s Navy Yard on upcoming limited Pryda runEric Prydz Live

Eric Prydz closed out 2018 on a high note, going back-to-back with Adam Beyer under his Cirez D moniker for a number of high-profile co-headlining performances. Now, as 2019 begins to ramp up, the Swedish electronic visionary has already promised his most technically advanced live performances to date, along with confirmation that he’s bringing his jaw-dropping HOLO performance to Creamfields later this year. Sweetening the deal even further, Prydz has revealed a limited run of dates under his Pryda alias throughout February and into March, with Washington D.C., Boston, and Chicago all in his cross hairs.

Among the mini-tour’s planned stops is a timely return to Brooklyn’s Navy Yard, where just over a month ago Prydz and Beyer shook New York’s underground to its core with three hours of unadulterated techno. The “Proper Education” producer will perform the final show at Navy Yard, which is expected to shutter after February 23—an honor requested by Prydz after news of the venue’s impending closure broke. See the full list of upcoming Pryda shows below.

Eric Prydz closing down Brooklyn’s Navy Yard on upcoming limited Pryda runPryda Mini Tour Run

Cally Rhodes – Like I Used To

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Post Tropical House vibes on the production for “Like I Used To”, a new single by up and coming Pop singer/songwriter Cally Rhodes. The seemingly radio ready single is somewhat slept on but if Rhodes keeps at it she will be doing major things soon enough. While “Like I Used To” has a generally pop,

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Album Of The Week: Judiciary Surface Noise

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Judiciary-Surface-NoiseYou’ve seen the smirk. We’ve all seen the smirk. This past weekend, the smirk was everywhere. It’s an image that’ll be stuck in our heads for a long time: a Vietnam veteran and Omaha Nation elder singing and thumping a drum while a little shit in a MAGA hat stares at him, inches from his … More »

Pavement’s Spiral Stairs Announces New Album, Shares New Song: Listen

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“Hyp-No-Tized” is the first single from We Wanna Be Hyp-No-Tized

youthxx – New Frontier

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youthxx is the solo project of songwriter and producer Steven Mudd, who is one half of the critically acclaimed Los Angeles based indie-pop duo, Golden Coast. Only his second single ever under the new solo moniker, “New Frontier” is a new beginning for Mudd that show’s off a different style and sound compared to older

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