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Event Preview: Back Door Bamby Presents Lazaro Casanova
From his early days as an indie-rock DJ at the once infamous but now defunct Revolver weekly parties, Lazaro Casanova has come a long way, and the kid's only 24. Next came a successful stint as a hard-nose electro DJ-producer touring around the nation with MSTRKRFT and selling out shows in Mexico, but soon enough he really found his niche. The...
Digitalism's New Video for "Blitz"
There's a certain raw energy that electro encompasses that in many ways makes it seem as though it's the "punk" of the electronic dance music spectrum. Acts like MSTRKRFT, Justice and Boys Noize have encompassed this element, but none have done it better than Digitalism. The German duo have been releasing addictive hits since their 2004...
Dirty Hairy's Anniversary at LIV
Music formatting at a club is key because, like it or not, the music determines the crowd that walks through the door. LIV nightclub's known for it's massive dance music parties, featuring the likes of Dirty South, Erick Morillo, Tïesto and Luciano. But, while you may think it's all about the glitz and glam of dance music at this colossal South...
Electric Zoo Announces 2011 Lineup!
If you're a fan of electronic music then you've certainly been waiting for Electric Zoo to release their 2011 roster. The wait is finally over, as they've added the initial roster to their infamous electronic music festival. We all know that this year Tïesto, David Guetta, and Armin Van Buuren will be headlining the three-day event, but if that...
The Sexiest Music Videos
What classifies as a sexy music video? Well, there's usually great dancing from half-naked, good looking people followed by the sexy, good-looking artist who's music video wouldn't even exist without them -- that's just in a nutshell. If you think about it, you could probably come up with your own long list of music videos you think are sexy,...
Borgore Comes to Fillmore
Dubstep came out of nowhere and quickly became the new electro. Hate to say we told you so, but electro went in and out of style as quick as the fanny pack. Then came dubstep to save the day for all those hipster kids who were used to getting jacked up in the clubs by Justice and MSTRKRFT tracks. Sure, MSTRKRFT is looking to make a comeback in...
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