EDC Vegas 2017 Death Cause Revealed

The death one man at Electronic Daisy Carnival Las Vegas this year has ficially been ruled an accident. Autopsy results revealed that Michael Morse, 34, died from acute MDMA and TFMPP toxicity, along with other environmental factors such as heat exposure. The Clark County Office the Coroner/Medical Examiner ruled his death an accident. MDMA is commonly known as ecstasy and […]

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BREAKING: Linkin Park's Chester Bennington Commits Suicide By Hanging

Chester Charles Bennington, known as the frontman the very popular rock band, Linkin Park, had accomplished so much in his career with the phenomenal success and transcending the Alternative Rock charts with albums such as Meteora, Hybrid Theory and Minutes to Midnight and having had multiple worldwide tours that impacted so many lives and had created so many timeless classics […]

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Listen to a brand new Aphex Twin track made with Korg gear

It comes as part  an interview between Richard D James and former Korg engineer Tatsuya Takahashi. Renowned synth nerd Aphex Twin has released a new track alongside an interview with former Korg engineer Tatsuya Takahashi, discussing their collaboration on Korg’s recent Monologue instrument, vintage gear and more. Titled ‘korg funk 5′, the track was made with three Korg Monologues, a Korg MS-20 […]

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Bass, the Final Frontier: 7 awesome VSTs for making basslines

No matter what kind music you make, a good bass instrument is essential. Scott Wilson picks seven the best bass VSTs for making deep low-end, chunky arpeggios and oscillating basslines. It doesn’t matter if you make banging warehouse techno, beatless ambient music, soulful deep house or indeed, almost any genre music: bass is a vital element for crafting a rich, full […]

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Black Rock City Still Flooded: Will Burning Man Be Forced To Relocate?

This year’s edition Burning Man – a week-long event that takes place from August 27 to September 4 in the desert Nevada – may be facing a bit a problem. After record rains, the land on which Black Rock City typically exists – lovingly named “playa” – is still flooded. Although the event is still just under two months away, the mud […]

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The 25 best albums of the last three months: April to June 2017

The must-hear releases that have lit up Spring 2017. With the sun shining on both sides the Atlantic and festival season in full swing, it’s easy to be optimistic. Traditionally regressive, masculine gig line-ups are suddenly looking markedly different, showing a level diversity that’s been demanded in no uncertain terms. Club spaces, while still decidedly unsafe for many in the dance community, […]

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Output's Platform could be the home studio desk musicians have been looking for

Music stware company Output has announced its first piece hardware: a studio desk for musicians called Platform. Scott Wilson finds out about the LA team’s sleek new product and how it wants to give artists an alternative to IKEA hacks and expensive bespoke furniture. A good desk is ten the last thing you think about when building a studio. Any spare cash is usually […]

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We Analyzed the Tomorrowland 2017 Trailer

Wow, kicks f in about a month from now so the excitement is building fast. While we already know this year’s theme is Amicorum Spectaculum and all the vintage carnival fare that comes with it, we are now getting the full backstory and some tantalizing details about this year’s event. The Tomorrowland 2017 trailer gives us a peak into the […]

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Psychic TV's Allegory and Self and Pagan Day vinyl reissues announced

A seasonal double drop. Sacred Bones and Dais Records are joining forces to re-issue Psychic TV albums Pagan Day and Allegory and Self. Out July 14, this is the first time both LPs have been reissued on vinyl following the initial pressings in 1986 and 1988. Both albums will also be available on CD and digital platforms. Originally released in […]

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How Atlanta rappers used memes to crack the pop charts

While Atlanta, GA has served as a well inspiration for both hip-hop and mainstream pop, its stars have rarely been elevated to figurehead status. Son Raw investigates why it’s taken memes and fan engagement to propel Migos, Rae Sremmurd and Future to the top the Billboard charts. Despite fueling both rap’s most creative developments and a seemingly endless stream commercial […]

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