Mad Decent’s Party Favor brought his A-Game for his headlining performance at The Fox Theatre in Boulder CO this week. Performing a slew of new music & edits as well as some fan favorites, and the crowd was energized and inspired. He brought full production to the cozy Fox Theatre making it an extra special night. Check out the photo recap below courtesy of our friend Blake Jackson (@Jake_Blackson) and see what you missed!
This cop’s skills are apparently known across the country after becoming a semi finalist on “Britains Got Talent”. Just about the best PR the fuzz could ever wish for.
Suprise! ZHU has just unleashed a new 4-track EP titled stardustexhalemarrakechdreams. With a style that brings the more ghoulish elements of underground sound to the light, ZHU has captivated listeners around the world since he stepped into the industry back in 2014. The mysterious producer has never shied away from making statements through his branding and this project is no different. Definitely worth a listen.
This video is incredible to watch, giving fans both a birds-eye view and close-up shots of the entire performance. It features the captivating visual elements that ODESZA put into their performances and takes fans backstage, giving viewers a behind-the-scenes look into their work. The music is also amazing, featuring an “Always This Late”/”How Did I Get Here” mashup.
Way to kill the vibe bro. Salvatore Ganacci threw the crowd a curve ball while performing at Tomorrowland, and the look on this chick’s face sums it up.
Mija just dropped a new music video for her drum & bass single “Secret”. It’s made from short clips from her favorite memories with friends from 2016.
Flume continues to be one of the most impressive musicians in the electronic DJ/Producer realm, where “actual talent” sometimes comes into question. He once again hit the mark with the super dark, bass heavy “Enough,” which features a few scorching verses and an understated hook from King Push himself. This shit goes.
This 11-minute recap reveals both the more public and intimate moments from Skrillex the past 12 months, from dramatic, on-stage shots to private jam sessions and personal excursions. Enjoy!
Flume dropped one of our favorite Electronic projects of this year just a few months back. His tour recently stopped through our legendary hometown venue, Red Rocks, and he threw down a killer set. Check out his dope stage set up, and the entire Red Rocks performance here!
Australian producer Flume recently dropped Skin one of the most anticipated albums of 2016 thus far, and it doesn’t disappoint. “Lose It,” one of the lead singles, is an upbeat summer banger featuring Chicago rapper Vic Mensa. We’re guessing this will be in heavy rotation on the festie circuit this summer. Enjoy the tastefully trippy visuals too, and be sure to check out the rest of Skin.
Skrillex ia pretty much on tour non stop, and he’s been documenting a lot of his travels. Check out this badass recap of his recent trip to iceland that includes footage of the countryside, and of course, Skrillex throwing down at massive shows. We wouldn’t mind being part of that entourage. Enjoy!
the proceeds from this song will be split between organizations serving children and youth, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Bridges for Music, and Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community.
World famous Australian artist Flume returned home for the 10th anniversary of his record label Future Classic. The performance was at the legendary Sydney Opera House, and from the looks of this short clip from the show, it did not disappoint. Check it out after the jump.
No Chill – Vic Mensa ft. Skrillex WORLD PREMIERE. Vic debuts song No Chill at Echoplex in LA. Brand New Vic Mensa. Traffic coming in August.
Flume’s New Song Mixed With Notorious B.I.G Is REALLY Good! “The late great Biggie’s rhymes from his classic 1994 track Big Poppa have been perfectly intwined with the new Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow) helmed tune by Chicago production duo Hood Internet, who’re known for combining old school hip-hop with modern pop and EDM music, and it works so, so damn well.” -Mitch Feltscheer