Knife Party listeners have an opportunity to become better “Internet Friends” with the momentous dubstep duo via “Knifecast,” a radio show-style podcast that gathers Knife Party constituents Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen behind the mic to talk a variety of topics, and as “Knifecast” continues to roll out episodes, to presumably share news about forthcoming releases. Knife Party kicked off the show’s live debut on September 20. Swire and McGrillen introduced the “Knifecast” concept as one that rests “halfway between a podcast and playing music” and were adamant that they didn’t want to just produce a weekly mix. Knife Party additionally plans to host guests, and on-air Q&A sessions featuring fan-submitted questions as “Knifecast” further develops.
Knife Party provided a memorable finale to their inaugural installment of “Knifecast” with their inclusion of a lengthy ID at the episode’s end. A dub-heavy number that wasn’t wanting for wubs, the ID is a heady combination of gritty vocal overlays and wallops of bass. Technical elements aside, the ID indicates that new Knife Party music could be on its way very soon, and “Knifecast” appears to be the primary vehicle of any ensuing new material’s debut.
This weekend saw the second edition of Lost Lands take place in the Legend Valley of Ohio. While the music was incredible, and vibes were good, the festival faced two confirmed deaths. The festival addressed the individuals who passed away at the event yesterday in a statement released on their social media. Fans had mixed
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From breaking backboards to breaking down beats, Shaquille O’Neal executed the ultimate off-court crossover from basketball legend to DJ Diesel at Lost Lands 2018. Billed as Lost Lands’ surprise guest this year, DJ Diesel dished out a half hour riddim-heavy set at the Ohio bass music event, which attendees of the festival heralded as one of the weekend’s hardest hitting performances.
If you told me I was gonna see Shaq play one of the heaviest sets at Lost Lands I wouldn’t have told you your were crazy, and I would woulda been wrong.
— Noodleᴴᵉᵃᵈ andᶜᵒ (@PanGalactics) September 16, 2018
While DJ Diesel chopped rhythms behind the decks, Shaq evinced that his paint presence is still just as menacing as it was during his NBA heyday by dunking on a velociraptor — it was quite the fitting end to a wild festival weekend to say the least. DJ Diesel’s Lost Lands appearance seems to be a slam dunk, by all accounts.
— Your EDM (@YourEDM) September 16, 2018
— Yesenia Mejia (@heartttyesiee) September 17, 2018
— Briana (@lilbbriii) September 16, 2018
— Lost Lands (@lost_lands) September 17, 2018
G Jones is one of the most exciting producers in the industry right now. He out of the box production style and dark wild sounds have quickly made him a fan favorite. This past weekend G Jones performed at Lost Lands 2018. The festival saw at least two deaths over the weekend, and many speculate
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Lost Lands took place this past weekend, and was plagued with a handful of issues. While the first days of the festival seemed to go off without a snag, but the closing days of the 4 day bass extravangaza were plagued with rumors of a high count of deaths on festival grounds. Rumors Spiral, Lost
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Lost Lands Music Festival has confirmed the death of two attendees in a post newly published to Lost Lands’ Facebook page. “Today we send our deepest thoughts and condolences to the loved ones of two male attendees who passed away after being transported to local hospitals this weekend,” festival organizers wrote. “While the causes of these tragedies are still unknown, our hearts are with their families and friends at this time.” The post went on to acknowledge the festival’s 24-hour medical facilities, free of charge to all ticket holders, and equipped with “the best emergency room doctors, EMTs, and roaming paramedics in the country.”
Lost Lands’ statement follows rumors that the second year of the festival was the site of multiple overdoses and deaths during its 2018 return to Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Although speculation across social media platforms alleges that the death count is as high as nine people, Lost Lands has currently only confirmed the passing of two of its attendees.
Dancing Astronaut will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.
Shaq becoming an accepted and respected dubstep DJ is without a doubt my favorite storyline of 2018. The NBA superstar has been DJing since the mid 80’s but in the last few years has picked up some real notoriety from the EDM community. First, he lauded as a celebrity DJ, but recently he has become
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Lost Lands is taking place this weekend and by all accounts, the second edition of the festival has been a tremendous success. Well for almost all attendees except for one. A post has gone viral on Facebook from a resident of Thornville, Ohio who has an unexpected run-in with one attendee who let the festival
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Lost Lands 2018 is still taking place right now. While the weekend has been a tremendous success by all accounts, a major storm system is rolling in. In order to provide a proper protocol to follow for attendees, the festival has released a statement in regards to the storm. The festival is working to make
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