Monthly Archives: April 2013
The epic duo flooding the music streets known as THUGLI has just released their much anticipated Ep titled “ONSLAUGHT”. We have been following these insane producers for some time now and have yet to stop bumping both the “Take Off” and “Inflight” mixes. Be sure to stay up to date with these rising stars because they are guarenteed to be stopping by your hometown soon. Follow them on Soundcloud and Twitter as well as like them on their Facebook for everything up to date you need on them!!
After almost having a heart-attack at Coachella (twice), Daft Punk never showed. But they did hit us with a little surprise: the infamous duo’s teased almost all of Coachella by feauturing a teaser of their song before TNGHT and The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs performance. As we ran over to TNGHT, we just caught the tail end of the video, but we knew something good would be coming in the near future. That it did, somehow the Frenchy’s song has been leaked (they don’t allow these types of things to happen, so this might not even be real)
Take a listen, featuring Nile Rogers on the Guitar, and Pharell on the vocals; this track can be loved by old and young. If you have yet to tune into the documentaries the duo has released on their website, make sure to give them a watch so you can fully appreciate this song. What do you think?
Trap’s best kept Secret, ƱZ, has released his famous ŤɌ∆Ҏ ᶊῌῗ† √12/13. If you don’t understand this complicated computerized writing, these means he has just released is 12th and 13th volume of his epic “ŤɌ∆Ҏ ᶊῌῗ†” releases. Normally we’d be the first blog to be on this, but unfortunately we were having some technical difficulties.
The man himself. We are happy to release his live set from Hard Miami 2013. Turn those speakers up, and get turnt up yourself!
Sorry there is no souncloud link, but as per usual, Head over to Red Bull Music Academy for the full set.
Mad Decent has finally released the epic journey by Brillz and Whiskey Pete! Make sure to give the song a full listen, as it features 4-5 distinct parts. Full Description below:
Acid Trippin is a monster tune that was made around the time of the Swoop/Bueller sessions and rides along that same early dance trap aesthetic . Brillz signature flutterymelody lines get torn apart by saw tooth trap stabs while Whiskey Pete lends a catchy hook perfect the club.
So Daft Punk is finally back, and this is apparently there first of multiple episodes to come featuring legendary composers/songwriters and speaking on their behalf. Giorgio Moroder essentially breaks it down for the viewers at the end of the video: The reason Daft Punk has been gone for so long is due to the fact that Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo are so detail oriented that it takes them weeks just to find the sound they need some times. They even record with 3 different microphones (from the 60s, 70s, and today) even though none of us could tell the difference, apparently they can.
So what have they really been doing? IT HAS HAPPENED. They have finally bridged the gap, between real music and music made on computers. It’s still electronic, but it now has the human touch, because they used real instruments.
Bravo, Daft Punk, Bravo.
Fantastic Blog Post from our homies over at buttons&knobs. A look inside the set-up of DJ’s we know and love!
So far we’ve talked about digital audio workstations, basic components of a home studio, MIDI controllers, and even mobile apps and how they can fit into your creative process for making music. With Ultra Music Festival wrapping up this month, I figured it would be appropriate to talk about how some of the most technology-heavy music producers in the world utilize these technologies to create their sounds during a live performance.
Here are a few names you might recognize and which devices they use during their live shows:
Electro House, Dubstep
Skrillex, a former post-hardcore singer/songwriter, began creating digital productions and has been a major contributor to bringing electronic music back into the mainstream. Having been nominated for a total of eight Grammy awards and leaving with six, Skrillex is showing no visible signs of slowing down. Here’s what his live rig looks like:
- Computer: Apple…
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