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Phoenix Lights Hosts Student Journalism and Photography Contest

March 12, 2019

By Heather Kupka This year we’re providing a few candidates with the chance to cover our 5th annual Phoenix Lights Festival presented by Relentless Beats as a part of a credentialed member of the media. This is an opportunity to gain industry experience and get a behind the scenes look at the popular festival. Winners of this contest will […]

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Minesweepa Lays Down ‘Stop Talking’

March 5, 2019

By Steven Mason Minesweepa just dropped his new heavy hitting track “Stop Talking,” but after listening to the track there’s no way fans are going to be able to keep it out of their conversations. “Stop Talking” is cluttered with the wonkiest basslines and immersive synths. The track starts out with a soothing, somber opening that sucks […]

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Party Favor Releases ‘Reach For Me’ with graves Ahead of Upcoming Album

March 5, 2019

By Steven Mason The man, the myth, the party starter himself is back with a brand-new sound. “Reach For Me” with graves debuted last week and it’s an evolved and futuristic song that challenges everything we thought we knew about Party Favor. Rather than trying to blow out your speakers, Party Favor and graves dial it back with […]

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Lane 8 Gives ‘Ghost Voices’ an Ethereal Remix

March 4, 2019

By Amanda Milovich Daniel Goldstein, better known as Lane 8, has just officially dropped his take on Virtual Self‘s “Ghost Voices.” As you can imagine, what was once a transcending trance track, is now a rather different, softer experience. In perfect Lane 8 fashion, the feels and effervescent emotions come to the surface when you press play. “Ghost […]

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Decadon Demolishes with Latest Hit ‘Take Cover’

February 25, 2019

By: Courtney Longhurst Denver, Colorado-based producer Donnie Miller, aka Decadon, is a man of many talents. He not only brings the heat in his production, but he’s also self-taught on the piano, drums, bass, and guitar, which he often incorporates into his live sets. He’s gained the support of well-known artists like Excision and Diplo and has […]

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GRiZ and Matisyahu Encourage ‘A New Day’ on Meaningful New Track

February 25, 2019

By: Joshua Dean Very few artists are as open and honest with their fans as Grant Kwiecinski, also know as the sax-playing genius GRiZ. His insight and genuine compassion for others is highlighted through his social media presence, charitable work, and as well as his music. Teaming up with reggae artist Matisyahu, the Detroit born producer […]

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Must Die! Has Us in a State of ‘Bliss 2K’

February 22, 2019

By Grace Fell Seattle-based producer Must Die! has “bass architect” and “dubstep pioneer” listed in his Facebook bio, and these descriptions couldn’t be better articulated. Must Die! is an incredibly versatile and experimental producer, constantly pushing genre standards and paving pathways with new sound designs for future producers while still producing bangers that the average listener can […]

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DJ to Watch: Whipped Cream

February 21, 2019

By Steven Mason Caroline Cecil, or as her fans know her, Whipped Cream, broke into the scene in 2016 and has been taking the industry by storm ever since. Her translucent style of dark hip-hop influenced bass music is a truly unique aural experience unlike anything else we’ve seen from bass producers before. Take a listen […]

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