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Low End Killer

February 24, 2016
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Alternative hip-hop/instrumental psychedelic electronic pacemaker, The Gaslamp Killer, is far from ordinary and revels in the unhinged, unconventional and unorthodox. Once primarily known for his atomic live sets and hypnotic mixes, The Gaslamp Killer has evolved into a boundless musical wild card able to electrify masses with any project he touches, as he’s released a swathe of productions on Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder imprint, co-founded LA’s legendary weekly club night Low End Theory, wowed festival goers around the world with DJ sets fused with infectious energy and eclectic tastes, and traveled the globe as the conductor of an incredible 15-piece band that recreates and performs his own electronic productions before live audiences.

Despite undertaking a vast array of different musical projects, The Gaslamp Killer still retains his status as a highly coveted, explosively transcendent DJ. His live sets are as unpredictable as he is, as they bludgeon the basic shit by seamlessly fusing rock, jazz, bass music, funk, hip-hop and everything in between into a cohesive musical experience able to captivate listeners of all music tastes, supplemented by his now trademark dance moves.

Be sure to catch the volatile stylings of this Low End Theory resident for an intimate DJ set on Saturday March 5th at SOhO! Tickets are available for purchase here.

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The Big Trip

February 24, 2016
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As die-hard Dirtybird fans, we have had the pleasure of watching Justin Jay grow-up within he past few years from the prodigal producing teen to one of the coolest young DJs to catch in LA.

It feels like just last week the lanky teen was putting out “Femme Fatale” on the (now) world-known house label, Dirtybird. Favoring the label’s crew as a baby high schooler, Jay was barely legal when he put out his first track with DB, making his premier tracks in his dorm room Freshman year. That’s all it took and since then, his audience has been on the edge of their computer seat eagerly waiting for what he releases next.

So, where is Justin Jay today? What does an artist who fulfilled every aspiring house DJ’s dream before he could buy beer do with his time now? Our man is continuing to grow as an artist, expanding his skill-set, and collaborating with his friends in his newest gig, “Justin Jay & Friends.” Funky, danceable, indie rock kissed by something electric, the new project features Jay on the keys and a full-on band that completely embodies cool California vibes.

Despite our influx of mainly electronically focused tracks, we find live music extremely important, influential, and pertinent. We need more artists like Justin Jay- artists that are not afraid to prove their musical talents past the decks.

So, music lovers, “Are you with the band?”

Grab your tickets to Justin Jay’s first docking on his “Fantastic Voyage” tour this Friday 2/26.16  at EOS Lounge HERE and peep some tunes from Justin Jay & Friends below:

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Risk-y Business

February 21, 2016
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Hailing from Washington D.C., Marcio Alvarado, a.k.a Alvin Risk, has been tearing up the electronic music world for over a decade now, beginning as co-founder of the drum & bass group Corrupt Souls, then venturing into a solo career under the alias Telemetrik, and finally blossoming into the world-renowned DJ and OWSLA/Dim Mak artist that we all know and love today. Risk’s musical outputs have run the gamut of genres in his short yet prolific career, thanks to his obsession with making all sorts of noise, dating all the way back to his childhood. Whether he’s cranking out dreamy soundscapes, earth shattering dance floor anthems or expertly DJing a multitude of tempos during his live shows, Alvin Risk always aims to bring as much energy and versatility as possible.

Be sure to catch the electrifying stylings of Alvin Risk during his return to Santa Barbara on March 3rd at EOS Lounge. There will be a $15 – $20 cover at the door, so in order to avoid lines scoop your pre-sales w/ VIP entry here!

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What So Not In Our Backyard

February 18, 2016
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Hailing from the sandstone bedrock that is Sydney, Australia, ‘What So Not’ (formerly a collaborative project between electronica breakthrough act Flume and its remaining member, the eclectic musical powerhouse Emoh Instead) set their sights on conquering the music world with uniquely electrifying, high intensity live shows and a sound that transcends genre molds and BPMs. Their infectiously innovative take on electronic music production has since caught the attention of dance music heroes like Major Lazer, Skrillex, A-Trak, and Flosstradamus. And with boundary blurring, pacemaking crossover tracks like “Jaguar,” “High You Are,” “The Quack,” “Touched” and their monstrous collaboration with RL Grime, “Tell Me,” What So Not has quickly become a highly coveted, world renowned dance music phenomenon in its short 5 year life.

Despite WSN’s poster child, Flume, dropping out of the equation early last year, Emoh Instead has been holding the namesake down properly since adopting the project by dropping their tunes at every major festival around the world and continuing the evolution of the What So Not brand beyond just the music. Now standing as Emoh Instead’s solo venture, Emoh has been focusing on the next chapter of What So Not by collaborating with various musicians like RL Grime, George Maple, Dillion Francis, Skrillex, and 1970s rock band Toto, as well as teaming up with multiple visual artists and creative minds to submerse live crowds in a complete, one-of-a-kind, What So Not experience.

Luckily for us, this globe trotting, one-man dynamic is being transported to our backyards on Thursday, March 10th for a rare, intimate show at EOS Lounge. Tickets will sell out fast, so be sure to grab yours when they go on sale Friday, February 19th at 10 am here!

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Soup Remedy

February 9, 2016
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A touch of tech, a smidgen of dance, and two handfuls of bass is all you need to make future soup.

You can’t get this recipe from your mom, which is fine, cause she’s always telling you to turn the bass down- GOD MOM! Luckily we have Autograph to give us all those nutrients mama just can’t, in their newest release, “Future Soup”.

The Santa Cruz trio utilizes both electronic and manual instrumental equipment, working with everything from controllers to a marimba, hoping to add more live elements to their project. “Future Soup” is an extremely danceable track, an almost 80’s inspired, tech-diven baseline will get ya good ’n goin’ in itself. Pair it will Patrick Baker’s soulful R&B pipes and you’re sure to have something to bump n’ grind up on, well, at least at the club.

Not feeling at 100%? Grab some soup:
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January 22, 2016
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The world of west coast bass music seems to be generously overflowing with a talented group of some of the most promising rising stars in the low-end, future bass game; as they’ve almost singlehandedly begun redefining the genre with their innovative take on 808 centered trap/dubstep hybrid productions, and NorCal natives and longtime friends G Jones and Bleep Bloop are situated at the head of the pack.

Trap and bass wonder kid, G Jones, fuses inspiration from his native Northern California roots with his background in dubstep to create a unique hybrid style that boasts hip-hop influences with a future bass twist, while Bleep Bloop’s musical world, on the other hand, is one of stripped back, bass-heavy beats paired with surreal and angular soundscapes that portray a more aggressive and off the wall sound. When their musical forces collide the two producers unleash some serious heat onto the bass music world, as seen with their latest release: a free remix of A$ap Rocky’s track “M’$.” The duo’s A$ap flip delivers the personification of understated, infectious, low-end swag with a massive bass heavy punch.

Download G Jones and Bleep Bloop’s brand new A$ap Rocky remix here!

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Let The Robot Rhythm

January 22, 2016
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TPA and Mr. Rogers? Over here thinking, what the hell did we all do right! Jokes, but for real, these two are not only phenomenal on their own, but when they build off each other, some serious magic takes place.

We are all familiar with “Let The Rhythm,” and if you aren’t, you get a little smack on the bottom! Produced by Polish and vocalized by Ayla Nereo and Mr. Lif, this one is not only a festival favorite, but a driving favorite, a chilling favorite, a partying favorite, a sexy time favorite, a “let me share my jams with you” favorite- like all TPA tracks, one to play out without ever feeling like you’ll tire of it. Shit’s so positive and vibes on that high tip, there is absolutely no reason TPA shouldn’t be consistently rocking on your favorite playlists.

Mr. Rogers takes the original feel good and adds his signature glitch and trip-hop to tune, slowing it down, filtering Ayla’s voice into a spacey, robotic angel that belongs swimming through the cosmos.

We LOVE it!

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Peachy Keen

January 22, 2016
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Suckin’ on my titties like you wanted me, calling me, all the time . . . what else is in the teaches of Peaches? Um, like everything.

Peaches has always been an electronic pioneer, matching sex-driven lyrics with dark electro that makes you feel like your in an underground orgy in Berlin. Always minding visual and cinematic production as well, Peaches music videos remain a favorite long past the MTV TRL hype. Merrill Beth Nisker in a few words is progressive, innovative, and inappropriate- pushing the limits of how much sex she really can spew out in a few minutes.

We are thrilled that Deep Tribe feels the same way about the juicy artist, putting out a remix that does the track 4X4 justice.  Released under LA-based label Perfect Diver, “Sex On The Beaches” is a house and techno infused remix aligning a trippy robotic male vocal alongside the sexpot songstress.

Grab it while you can, this one can only be downloaded for free for a limited time:

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Ending The World With TanLayz

January 15, 2016
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Where do you want to be if the world ends? Better yet, who do you want to be with? We want to be apart of a huge apocalyptic party filled with the dreamers and lovers: we’re looking at you, Yes, YOU!

Let us take a moment to introduce you to TanLayz with his first release of the year, “If the World Should End” – guess what, we are semi-ok with the possible apocalyptic notion, but only because of this track, it makes us feel good, it makes us forget our troubles.

The up-and-coming French producer finds just the right amount of low-key pep denoted by bright synths and future-pop to surround dreamy male vocals reminding us of a less twangy, less depressed, Bon Iver.

TanLayz sound is perfect for those who still love the underground indie scene, but need some elemental dance to go with it!

Make sure to show TanLayz some love on his social media and grab the track below:

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