“Hey whaddaya say we kick some ass today?” Is the question posed in their latest single “Disobey”, a call to fellow EDM believers and all other sentient earthlings to STAND …
Being an East Coast man on the West Coast does not influence ones sensibilities as much as relocating and spending time in different parts of the world. Probably the largest influential factor that shifted Skyko’s taste for EDM into overdrive was the move to Europe in 1993 . . .
Way down South in New Orleans, Louisiana there is a party tradition that is unrivaled. From the early parties at the State Palace Theater to the new incarnation of Voodoo Fest, Nawlin’s has always had an active, vibrant dance music scene . . .
DJ Arvie (Rene Veldman) has earned a rock solid reputation amongst the Dutch electronic music community amassing an impressive history dating back to 1992 – when he began producing gabber and hardcore.
Our friends from down under at – Thirst4Beats.com have a reputation for spotting hits and we are thrilled that they have included us on their site!
Six Sense not only releases cool EDM tracks but we also place them in movies. The latest one is a comedy directed by Phil Volken , starring Daryl Hannah, Michael Madsen, Steven Bauer, William Baldwin, Jed Rees and Jon Huck.
“I approached TIMELESS with the intention of writing a rocking Electro track, but after I wrote the jazzy 7th chord synth part just before the break (and in the break), the hard Electro ending just didn’t feel right anymore. So I scrapped the ending and saved it for another day, then elaborated on the nice melodic beginning.
“The Raveolution” stopped into the Six Sense office for a meeting about their upcoming release Disobey. The video for Disobey premiered on YouTube July Fourth, 2012 Independent’s day (pun intended) and the hit single will bang onto Beatport, iTunes and all other online shops on July 18th.
June 8-10 2012 were three days that we will remember for years to come as we headed out to Las Vegas to take part in the wild ride that was Electric Daisey Carnival.
There were a couple of hitches in this years event, but nothing that was bad enough to get our spirits down.
We just got back from the first annual EDM Biz conference in Las Vegas and I have a few thoughts I’d like to share.
First I’d like to say that the conference was straight out top notch. John Boyle, Jason Bentley, Pasquale Rotella and the crew at Insomniac out did themselves getting the shindig together with just a few months notice.
Los Angeles is the kind of place where just about anything can happen – where one legendary weekend can blossom into years of friendship and even a professional relationship. Our friendship was first cultivated in a darkened club, where we met a lady from Mancunia. We were all instantly charmed and invited her to an after party we were hosting.
I was discussing this subject over lunch and thought it would be a great first post for the new website. During our meal I heard an old Depeche Mode song that was playing in the restaurant and thought about all the work that was initially done 22 years ago that made that song into a hit record.