Must-See Shows In Seattle For March

How is it almost March already? March is a special month in the dance music scene in Seattle for many reasons. We have our annual Lucky Festival, but on top of that, we have many of our favorite artists rolling through town. We have seen

Center of Gravity Taking A Break For 2019

To the dismay of many a BC-based partier, Kelowna BC’s Center of Gravity has been canceled for 2019. In an official statement on Facebook the organizers disclosed the following: “Since its inauguration in 2008, Center of Gravity has grown to become one of the largest

Gareth Emery’s Laserface Show Hits Seattle in April

Gareth Emery has had some incredible Washington State visits over the years. Many people were first exposed to his music at either Paradiso 2013 or Freaknight 2014. More recently he has made numerous nightclub visits to Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland. Now for the first time

Is Dance Music Restricted by Social Class?

The British dance music community has recently started asking:  is dance music becoming too prohibitive? The scene got its start with lower-class musicians and clubbers looking for an escape from outside economic pressures, but lately, DJs and producers are starting to wonder if the scene’s starting

Show Alert: Armin van Buuren to Make Vancouver Return in May

Who’s Ready for a State of Trance?

Vancouver: Are you ready for some ssssssserious uplifting? After lighting up the Paradiso mainstage last year, Armin van Buuren is making his Pacific Northwest return this Summer! Mark your calendars because on Saturday May 18th, The Godfather of Trance will be playing an all-ages show

Odesza Release Six New Remixes From ‘A Moment Apart’

Six artists from Foreign Family Collective have been chosen by Odesza to give their own spin on some of your favorites from their 2017 album, A Moment Apart. From Odesza’s label, they have selected Chet Porter, Memba, ford., Kodac to Graph, Mild Minds and Running Touch.

Treefort Music Fest Releases 2019 Lineup

The 8th annual Treefort Music Fest has announced their 2019 lineup. The lineup will showcase over 400 artists including names such as Ekali and Shiba San. This five-day, indie rock festival takes place at various venues throughout downtown Boise, Idaho on March 20-24. Treefort aims to be an environmentally

Teenage EDM Heartthrob DNMO Releases New Collab With Sub Urban

17-year-old British artist DNMO just released another track with Sub Urban, Sick Of You, the perfect post-Valentine’s Day pump up track for all those broken-hearted individuals. The single was released through Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats label. The track is going to be part of DNMO’s EP

REZZ Kicks Off 2019 With Work On Brand New EP

We have an exciting new announcement from REZZ! But first, here’s a little back story on our favorite Space Mom. Her debut EP, Insurrection, was released in 2015. In 2016, she dropped The Silence is Deafening and Something Wrong Here after signing with she with Deadmau5’s record label Mau5trap. In 2017, REZZ came

New Songs To Help You Make It To Spring

In January and early February, many DJ/Producers locked themselves in their studios. This past week, the same studio projects were getting released for the upcoming Valentine’s Day Weekend. What a nice treat for us? We have gathered our favorite songs representing house, trance, and dubstep

20 Years Raving: Thoughts on EDM in 1999 (Opinion)

Where were you in 1999? For what it’s worth (and at the risk of dating myself a bit here) I have oddly in-focus memories of Blue by Eiffel 65 premiering on Top of the Pops and frightening news stories about “the rave generation” that were slightly beyond my comprehension.