Photo Credit: Sophie Mayanne Photo Credit: Josh Shinner Before taking the stage one last time for a surprise performance
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More than 4,000 people reportedly clogged the streets of lower Manhattan early Monday in the hopes of catching the singer's performance.
Snails is a French-Canadian producer from Montreal who earned his stripes with Kannibalen Records in 2012. Since then, his
I had been hearing for weeks about the Never Say Die showcase that was slated to take over Girls and Boys at Webster Hall last Friday night. The lineup included a multitude of hard-hitting dubstep artists including Laxx, Must Die!, Skism, and Eptic. Most of my basshead friends were left collecting their jaws off the floor when they'd originally heard of the event.
The adventure began with Webster Hall house DJ Alex English's birthday. Accompanied onstage by fellow houser Dali, the night
Last summer, I attended my first electronic music festival ever -- Moonrise Festival at Pemlico Race Track in Baltimore, MD
Shawn: I wanted to follow up on that aspect, the real secondary market. The kids who are true fans and can't make it, and
Black Tiger Sex Machine is a three piece electronic group from Montreal, Quebec, made up of Marc Chagnon, Julien Maranda, and Patrick Barry. They specialize in what they have come to claim as "Future Thriller," a genre that spans multiple styles of dance music but remains heavily rooted in dubstep and drum and bass.
We're just over a month into 2016 and I've already been presented with what I can only imagine will become known as one of the best electronic albums of the year.