If everything changes, where do you go? – Sneijder’s debut album review

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For Sneijder, a Trance producer hailing from the central regions of Northern Ireland, a debut album was a creative endeavor that seemed simply naturally to his future – and you can catch him in San Diego this weekend. Everything Changes, released last November, is a testament to the varied talents the producer cultivated since 2009. …

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From New To Blue & the Unrelenting Tide – Sydney Blu rocks on Relentless

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Sydney Blu was one of the few talents I’ve had the pleasure of following for years, dating back to the days of vinyl and her early releases on Deadmau5‘s Mau5trap label. “Give It Up For Me” remains a staple of my record box. This year, after countless releases on a plethora of music labels including…

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Single Check: John Macraven ft Robin Vane – Into The Light

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Every once in a while a unique promo falls on my desk from one unknown party or another. The most recent is from label Airbourne Artists Agency, and features John Macraven teaming up with Robin Vane. Aptly titled for the summer as “Into The Light,” the release features two mixes and a radio edit. The…

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Fears Fought – Dennis Sheperd’s “Fight Your Fears” Album Review

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Lately, the world can’t seem to get enough of crowd funding products, medical bills, or any other assortment of items – from dreams, to the darkness of everyday living. Heck – my latest wallet was a crowd-funded purchase. What about music projects though – how can an artist break the barrier to entry with a…

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Tomorrow Repeats Again – Over and Over – Until It Never Was

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Majera, the Australian born progressive house / trance producer born Engin Ogutveren, finally dove deep, producing this masterful debut album, Tomorrow Never Was. Forward thinking, haunting, and beautifully simple at times, the album is a dream traversed under the stars, a honed tune-de-force of progressive focused sound. Fear not though, Majera’s capable production skills –…

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SnowGlobe 2013: Hits and Misses

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Checking out a new festival always brings some surprises, both good and bad, especially when the estimated temperature for festival hours is below 30 degrees. {Photo via SnowGlobe Facebook Page} Hit: Igloo Tent Turns Up the Heat – Figuratively and literally. {Photo via SnowGlobe Facebook Page, Jorgensen Photography} The smallest of stages at an event are…

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Day of the Dead Review

Hard presents Hard Haunted Mansion: Day of the Dead took place last Saturday November 3rd at LA Historic Park. It featured DJs such as Justice, Knife Party, Major Lazer, Dillon Francis, Crookers, Knife Party,  Zeds Dead, Jack Beats,  and many others. Hard is for all the dub/drum and bass/moombah/trap heads out there and the lineup…

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FreakNight 2012

Freaknight 2012 Review

If I could describe FreakNight 2012 in one word… well, I couldn’t. This was the first large rave I’ve ever attended and was comprised of 22,000 people right smack dab in the center of Seattle, Washington, at the WaMu Theater. I could not believe how many people there were; the line was outrageous and I heard…

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