Anyone who has their finger on their pulse of the music scene right now will tell you that genres are going the way of the dodo. What’s all the rage now are tracks that fuse together multiple sounds and styles to creates something new. When it comes to DJ Producer Lo Key, look no
Good Times Ahead (formerly known as GTA) join forces with Flosstradamus for Waffle House’, the second single off their forthcoming Good Times Bad Times At Hard Summer on HARD Recs. “Waffle House” is a brand new and entirely original sound that continues the sound heard in their recent “Milky Cabrera” which is their single off
Nestled about 60 miles north of Denver in the town of Loveland, Colorado is the Sunrise Ranch and Spiritual Retreat Center. Here they focus on spearheading and cultivating a sense of sustainability, spirituality, wellness and the arts through a variety of services, programs and events that they offer. But perhaps the largest and most captivating
Scott Storch is a producer/songwriter who’s worked on some of the most successful songs in the early 2000s—from Dr. Dre’s “Still D.R.E.” featuring Snoop Dogg, to Beyoncé’s “Naughty Girl,” and Justin Timberlake’s Cry Me a River to 50 Cent’s “Candy Shop.” He’s worked in the studio with many more talented artists that have included Lil Wayne, T.I., Christina Aguilera, NAS, Snoop Dogg, Pink, Lil’ Kim, The Game, and The Roots. That oh-so-recognizable Scott Storch producer tag might as well come with a heat warning, as his recognizable keyboard lines were known to dominate the airwaves with titanic force.
In a new team up with Splice, Scott Storch walks views through his sounds at his home studio in LA, discussing his favorite plugins, VSTs, and other sounds that created the sounds of Terror Squad’s “Lean Back” feat. Fat Joe and Remy Ma and Dr. Dre’s “Still Dre” and more.
The legendary producer accompanied the video with a hefty sample pack boasting 62 loops and 261 on-shots of drum sounds, FX, melody loops, vocals, and many other samples in his new Scott Storch: Still Storch Vol 1. sample pack.
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Shambhala is on its 22nd year and the lineup is something to marvel. Reaching through all genres of electronic music the festival provides some legends as well as some rising names. And this year a special treat for the regulars, a whole list of Shambhala favorites including Matt the Alien, The Librarian and Skiitour. Bringing
It’s no surprise why Daily Bread, AKA, Rhett Whatley, has made quite the name for himself as of late. The Atlanta-born electro-soul and hiphop producer has released 4 LP’s since only 2014, has toured the country opening for the likes of G Jones and Pretty Lights, and continues to innovate musically all along the way.
It has already been a productive Summer for the Portuguese born, French-raised producer Egzod. After a string of solid releases including his debut on Trap Nation the producer has been hard at work making a name for himself industry wide. This leads us to the latest release of “My Stranger,” the newest single from the
Nestled in the in the beautiful town of Loveland, Colorado at the Sunrise Ranch is a little festival called Arise. Here people have gathered for the last 7 years to celebrate life, lift each other up, connect with their inner self and soothe their souls to a wide array of world class musicians. Not only
When I got off I-25, I thought I was lost. I had a harrowing journey making my way about 3 hours from north Denver to the town of Rye, Colorado – my car started overheating about 45 minutes out and I had to call a friend to scoop me up and transfer my stuff. While
After what has now become a full blown comeback, Skrillex is back in full force and dropping more music than we have seen in a while. After showcasing the new heater at Paradiso the other week, Moore has officially announced the release of his collab with Troyboi titled, “War Cry” this Friday June 20th. We