Netsky “Works It Out” with Digital Farm Animals

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With two albums already under his belt, Dutch based producer Netsky is doing big things. Ironically, the idea for his stage nickname originates from a computer virus with the same name. Unlike his major hits in the past, his newest single Work It Out [ft. Digital Farm Animals] starts with a simple piano tune followed by…

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Kicks N Licks releases new single ‘Mind,’ featuring Mitis and vocalist Lauren Hunter

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The dynamic production duo, Kicks N Licks, is at it again as they wrap up their Young Mind tour. Hailing from San Diego, the duo, made up of Andy Joplin and Jerrod Jordan, burst into focus in the dubstep scene early last year with the debut of their EP “Way Too Loud.” Their EP proved…

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Exclusive interview: Dzeko & Torres

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On the first night of Abroadfest, I got the opportunity to meet up with DJ duo Dzeko and Torres. Hailing from Toronto, Julian Dzeko and Luis Torres are making a name for themselves, playing shows worldwide. Check out my interview with the guys, and don’t forget to check out the new official music video for…

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Q&A with Adara and The Spacies

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If you haven’t heard of her yet, you will soon. From Denver, Colorado comes Adara – a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, dancer, and fashion extraordinaire. (She has even worked with fashion designer Mychael Knight from Project Runway!)   Adara has worked with Shogun, K-Theory, and most recently with The Spacies. Her track with them is called ‘Lighting Up The…

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EDM Artist of the Week: Odesza

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Although they are new to me, you may have heard of the electronic music duo Odesza, our featured EDM Artist of the Week. It all started when two freshman (Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight) met at Western Washington University. Their name, “Odesza,” came from Mill’s uncle’s ship that sank. Although the ship was originally named “Odessa”…

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