October is the time of year when dance music gets serious. With the silliness of summer festivals and Ibiza villas fading into memory, the community converges on Amsterdam October 16-19 for ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) for some elevated conversations about business and art mixed with a healthy dose of indoor clubbing. …MORE
No strangers to the scene, touted by many (Little Dragon and Questlove are fans), Voices of Black (Wolf + Lamb / Double Standard) bring their tech-meets-indie soul style to SpinSpinNYC’s Fetish Authentic party tonight, Wednesday, November 7th 2012. Jules and Baba draw inspiration from the eclectic, expressing everything that is said and unsaid, speaking to the soul, inspiring dancefloors – which is suiting for the warm vibes and just upgraded sound system at the Hotel on Rivington’s special side-bar haunt Viktor & Spoils. Nutritious hosts and joins in for the get down.
Doors at 9pm.
In the greatest feat of dance music puppetry since Escort’s “All Through The Night“, globe-trotting RnB-tinged househeads Soul Clap have just unveiled a video from their soon-to-be-released debut album EFUNK in which muppet versions of the patchy-bearded Charles and baseball-capped Eli chill at the pool, get fresh in the DJ booth with a furry pink diva, and take the party to Mars where their human counterparts are ready to rage. “The Clapping Song” (feat. Baby Prince & The Fam) is as tightly wound as it is playful, a funky-but-minimal house track that, if the title is any clue, interpolates a classic break from The Meters. The album’s scheduled to drop April 20th …
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science album is out now via OM Records!!
The album is as musically diverse as J-Boogie’s famed DJ sets in San Francisco and all over the world. The album features various Bay Area heros including Lateef the Truthspeaker, Jazz Mafia, Raashan Ahmad and many others.
Today, enjoy a full length mix entitled “Disco Science” by J-Boogie, which also features exclusive tracks from Tiger & Woods, OOFT!, Slow Hands, Wolf + Lamb, MIguel Migs, Hot Toddy and more.
AOL also has been streaming J-Boogie’s “Undercover” album this entire week, so make sure to stream the entire album now!
Finally, J-Boogie embarks on his album release tour with a string of DJ gigs all over the US. It kicks off in San Francisco today, so if you are in town, please make sure …
Burning Man starts tomorrow, which means a whole lot of people doing a whole lot of dancing out in the desert. What was once known mainly as a hippy festival has become a hot gig for international DJs covering the range of electronic dance music. With soundsystems running all night-long (and all day too), there’s far to many DJs to list. So here’s URB’s picks for the DJs we’d like to see at Burning Man 2011. If anyone has a spare ticket to the sold out event, give us a shout. …MORE