Skrillex pulling double duty at BUKU Music + Arts Project, set to join From First To Last for special performance

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After taking a relative breather in 2018, Skrillex is back in full force this year. In fact, by the end of the summer events circuit, Skrillex will have performed a number of solo shows, a handful of festival-headlining Dog Blood reunions, and now, he’s slated for a special appearance with his former band, From First To Last, at this year’s BUKU Music + Arts Project. From First To Last last performed together two years ago at Emo Nite LA, a performance that at the time ended a decade-long hiatus for the band.

In the time since Skrillex last rejoined his screamo outfit, the band has released two singles with him on vocals— “Make War” and “Surrender.” Now Travis Richter, Matt Good, and Derek Bloom will be joined by their former lead vocalist Sonny Moore once again for a special after party performance at Republic New Orleans. The OWSLA boss will be pulling double duty, also headlining the festival with Boys Noize as Dog Blood. BUKU’s lineup dropped back in December, topped by A$AP Rocky, Excision, RL Grime, and Lana Del Rey.

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Dog Blood locked in for Brownies & Lemonade’s Miami Music Week warehouse takeover

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Dog Blood is gearing up for a momentous return to Ultra Music Festival, the event largely considered to be their major festival debut back in 2013. Six years later, Skrillex and Boys Noize have Ultra in their sights once again, though this time fans in Miami will be treated to more than just their festival performance. LA-based events imprint Brownies & Lemonade is headed to Florida for Miami Music Week festivities, hosting a warehouse takeover at Mana Wynwood Warehouse on March 28, topped by none other than Dog Blood.  Along with the “Middle Finger” duo, Anna Lunoe, A-Trak, Whethan, What So Not, 1788-L, and more are lined up for the event. Brownies & Lemonade is promising a night stocked with back-to-back performances, and surprise guests dropping in on the fly.

Beyond their Ultra booking, so far Skrillex and Boys Noize are slated to bring the acid to Buku Music + Arts Project and Sunset Music Festival. Performances from the duo are few and far between, and a warehouse set certainly doesn’t come around often. Brownies & Lemonade is preparing to throw one for the books, if you’re in Miami this spring, this one should not be missed.

 

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Dog Blood and Adam Beyer back-to-back with Cirez D top Ultra’s phase two lineup

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Ultra Music Festival has released 2019’s phase two lineup just one day after the announcement that Rapture Festival’s federal lawsuit against the organization has been thrown out by a local judge. Ultra is in the clear, and now their heavy-hitting phase two roster gives fans a lot to look forward to. Dog Blood continues their resurging string of festival announcements, topping Ultra’s second wave of talent. Black Coffee, Sven Väth, and Cirez D performing back-to-back with Adam Beyer rounds out the latest addition of festival headliners. Other newcomers to the lineup include 3LAU, CamelPhat, Elephante, Salvatore Ganacci, Nicky Romero, Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello performing live, and more. NGHTMRE is also primed to present a new live concept with Big Gigantic aptly dubbed Gigantic NGHTMRE,

The festival announced to fans on social media that this year’s 21st iteration of the event will feature a brand new immersive experience featuring extended sets, later hours, and expanded festival grounds. Tickets are still available, and fans can purchase them here.

See Ultra Music Festival’s full phase two lineup below.

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Skrillex and Boys Noize announce another show as Dog Blood by way of Sunset Music Festival

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Sunset Music Festival (SMF) will be returning to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL for its eighth consecutive year this upcoming Memorial Day Weekend. The phase-one lineup of the festival, suited for everyone from trance to dubstep fans, is out in conjunction with a pre-sale kickoff, for those looking to secure the most advantageously priced spot at Sunset.

SMF attracts approximately 60,000 fans over two event days each year. This year’s lineup will feature acts ranging from Kaskade and Audien to Alison Wonderland and Chris Lake. Dog Blood, comprised of Skrillex and Boys Noize, is certainly among the most auspicious features on the lineup. This is the duo’s second event announcement of the year, following their earlier BUKU Music and Arts Festival show announcement. Indeed, there is much to look forward to from SMF this year, as two of the scene’s most prominent labels, Anjunabeats and Deadbeats, will be found on Sunset grounds, hosting branded stage takeovers at the festival.

Unique to previous years, SMF is introducing GA Plus passes (in addition to standard GA and VIP passes) which will allow express entry on both festival days from 3 PM until midnight Saturday and Sunday. Presale tickets are available here.

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Skrillex and Boys Noize’s Dog Blood Scheduled To Return at Buku Festival 2019

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Back in August of 2012, Skrillex and Boys Noize teamed up to release their debut single “Next Order / Middle Finger” as the super duo, Dog Blood. While taking on some festivals as the super duo, Dog Blood has been relatively quiet. In August of 2018, Dog Blood posted on Instagram for the first time

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Dog Blood, A$AP Rocky, Lana Del Ray slated for Buku Music + Art Project 2019

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Dog Blood will return to the stage next year with the delivery of New Orleans mainstay music and art festival Buku‘s 2019 lineup.

The festival dropped off one of the most diverse lineups of 2019 so far, topped by Lana Del Ray who is amid the release of her highly anticipated Norman Fucking Rockwell LP, A$AP Rocky, GRiZ, and Excision — along with an ultra rare appearance from Skrillex and Boys Noize‘s acid-laden side project, signaling the pair are likely ready to deliver long awaited new music next year. Louis The Child, RL Grime, and Kevin Gates round out the headlining block, with Claude VonStroke, Playboi Carti, Ekali, The Black Madonna, and a b2b performance from SLANDER and NGHTMRE featured on the undercard.

The festival is famous for its impeccably curated blend of hip-hop, rock, and dance music, and in 2019 they couldn’t have hit the mark more perfectly, pairing the likes of J.I.D. Denzel Curry, and a DJ set with members of From First To Last with performances by 1788-L, Getter, TOKiMONSTA and more. Buku Music + Art Project takes place March 22 – 23, and tickets go on sale December 11.

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Skrillex shares studio footage featuring Boys Noize, igniting rumors of new Dog Blood music

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Skrillex shares studio footage featuring Boys Noize, igniting rumors of new Dog Blood musicSkrille Studio Footage Boys Noize Dog Blood

Another day, another teasing Skrillex rumor — but this one might pique fans’ interests a little more than another pop production feature. The OWSLA boss posted a video to social media showing him noodling on some analog synths with fellow Dog Blood member Boys Noize. Anytime these two are together, the rumor mill rightfully goes ablaze.

The duo instantly raced to the front of techno consciousness back in 2012 with the release of tracks like “Next Order,” and “Middle Finger,” along with two full EPs. Since then, Dog Blood has resurfaced for a few rare performances but have largely been silent on the new music front. Whether this latest footage means that may be changing soon is still unclear, but the pretense of a new solo album as well as new Dog Blood material would certainly be an epic destination for the Skrillex hype train.

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Skrillex shares studio footage featuring Boys Noize, igniting rumors of new Dog Blood music

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Skrillex shares studio footage featuring Boys Noize, igniting rumors of new Dog Blood musicSkrille Studio Footage Boys Noize Dog Blood

Another day, another teasing Skrillex rumor — but this one might pique fans’ interests a little more than another pop production feature. The OWSLA boss posted a video to social media showing him noodling on some analog synths with fellow Dog Blood member Boys Noize. Anytime these two are together, the rumor mill rightfully goes ablaze.

The duo instantly raced to the front of techno consciousness back in 2012 with the release of tracks like “Next Order,” and “Middle Finger,” along with two full EPs. Since then, Dog Blood has resurfaced for a few rare performances but have largely been silent on the new music front. Whether this latest footage means that may be changing soon is still unclear, but the pretense of a new solo album as well as new Dog Blood material would certainly be an epic destination for the Skrillex hype train.

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Photo Credit: Gabriel Olsen

Skrillex Posts Video Of Studio Session With Boys Noize, Potentially Signalling The Return of Dog Blood

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Ahh Skrillex master of the blue balls. It seems that just when the hype dies down around one Skrillex rumor, another explodes to take its place. After pictures surfaced of Skrillex in the studio with WizKid and Ty Dolla $ign everyone thought they had a beat on what Skrillex was up to. Then today happened.

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Celebrate seven years of OWSLA with this new playlist stocked full of label highlights [Stream]

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This month, Skrillex‘s LA-based artist collective, OWSLA, celebrates seven years in business. In those seven years, Skrillex went from promising mau5trap recruit, to burgeoning label head, to one of the most ubiquitous talents in electronic music history — and in turn, one of the most renown A&Rs in the game. Skrillex has achieved icon status as one of the most popular producers on the planet. His catalog speaks for itself. But perhaps more a testament to Sonny Moore’s abilities, and possibly what could wind up making a larger impact on his legacy than his own music, is the body of work he’s curated since OWSLA opened its doors seven years ago.

As the story goes, the label, named for the rabbit army in Richard Adams’ Watership Down, came into existence in 2011, shortly after Skrillex connected online with an emerging Porter Robinson. The young wunderkind instantly gripped Skrillex’s attention, and it wasn’t long before he was making plans to launch his own publishing imprint in order to host some of Robinson’s earliest, and most prolific works. Seven years later and here we are. Dancing Astronaut rounded up some of our favorite highlights from OWSLA’s first seven years, including work from Zedd, Anna Lunoe, Kill The Noise, Louis The Child, and many many more. Good people, good times.