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.

Dog Blood Posts On Instagram For First Time In Over A Year, Ignites Hopes Among Fans

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There has been no shortage of Skrillex rumors over the last year. The artist is almost at the level of Daft Punk in terms of producing for other artists while keeping fans in the dark about his personal productions. The main difference is that Skrillex is actually coming back. Not only has he played a

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Weekend Rewind: relive Skrillex’s Tomorrowland 2012 main stage set

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With Tomorrowland 2018 well underway, it can be easy to get wrapped up in the weekend’s groundbreaking sets, inevitable unreleased track teases, and larger-than-life production value that the Belgian festival promises each year. However, those looking for a bit of Tomorrowland nostalgia might enjoy this quick trip down memory lane back to Skrillex‘s iconic main stage set from Tomorrowland 2012.

Ah 2012… the year fondly remembered as EDM’s dominating break into the mainstream.

At the time, Skrillex was indisputably the face of American dance music, and it truly shows in this set. Just months after the release of his Bangarang EP, the screamo-frontman-turned-superstar-DJ breaks out now-canonized gems including “Kyoto,” and “Devil’s Den,” and “Breakn’ a Sweat.” The Tomorrowland crowd was one of the first to hear songs like “Next Order,” from his Dog Blood project with Boys Noize, and “Welcome to Jamrock” live. Still rocking his once signature thick frames and half-shaved crop, Skrillex delivers an exceptionally eclectic outing at perhaps the height of his breakthrough moment. Wrapping up the set with the classic “Reptile’s Theme,” this half hour of Tomorrowland history showcases Skrillex well on his way to the top of the world of electronic music.

Skrillex Seen In Studio With Boys Noize, Igniting Rumors Of New Dog Blood

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Dog Blood is one of the all-time great supergroups in dance music. Before Skrillex and Diplo teamed up as Jack U to help merge the pop world with EDM, Skrillex had a much harder side project alongside Boys Noize. While Dog Blood was deeply loved, one day they just disappeared. While the duo has gotten

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Check Out Dog Blood’s Insane HARD Summer Set [WATCH]

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They continue to dominate festivals!

Skrillex and Boys Noize Leak a Clip of Their New Collab Under Joint Alias, Dog Blood

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In a recent story posted to Instagram, Skrillex is seen behind the production screen with new music playing along with the caption ?Dog Blood.?

Skrillex And Boys Noize Add Another Dog Blood Show, This Time To Close Down Historic Venue

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Webster Hall is a name synonymous with dance music on the east coast. The historic New York City venue has helped build a beautiful and loving community of electronic dance music fans. Over the years it has hosted the biggest names in EDM, special performances and some of the most memorable moments in live concert

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Skrillex And Boys Noize Add Another Dog Blood Show, This Time To Close Down Historic Venue

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Webster Hall is a name synonymous with dance music on the east coast. The historic New York City venue has helped build a beautiful and loving community of electronic dance music fans. Over the years it has hosted the biggest names in EDM, special performances and some of the most memorable moments in live concert

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Skrillex And Boys Noize Add Another Dog Blood Show, This Time To Close Down Historic Venue

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Webster Hall is a name synonymous with dance music on the east coast. The historic New York City venue has helped build a beautiful and loving community of electronic dance music fans. Over the years it has hosted the biggest names in EDM, special performances and some of the most memorable moments in live concert

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Will Dog Blood unite for Webster Hall’s closing show???

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The New York electronic music circuit is still reeling from news that Manhattan’s iconic dance venue Webster Hall will soon close for renovations and rebranding. The club announced earlier this week that Skrillex would bless the space by performing a set at it’s closing party this Saturday, August 5.

After Skrillex and Boys Noize were spotted working together on social media, preparing for their only 2017 appearance as Dog Blood (at HARD Summer, this weekend), the dubstep pioneer teased a potential cameo in the making on Twitter.

Obviously, an appearance from the elusive super group would send the club off in the finest fashion possible and fans will surely rejoice in the adorably lighthearted slideshow of the two riding bicycles together through the city like true best friends. Whether Boys Noize producer Alex Ridha will make an appearance after all is yet to be determined, but it seems not unlikely considering the two will likely travel together from Germany to Los Angeles this weekend.

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