NGHTMRE Gives a Heavy-Hitting Remix to Ekali & ZHU's "Blame" Out on OWSLA/Atlantic Records

Ekali and ZHU's bold collaboration "Blame" receives a hard-hitting remix by none other than NGHTMRE, the notorious maestro behind recently released anthems like "Another Dimension" (with Dillon Francis) "TTM" (with PnB Rock & Wiz Khalifa)" and rap & soul-infused "No Coming Down" (featuring Alex Wiley & Sky Montique). NGHTMRE preserves the original's scintillating melodies and ZHU's velvety vocals, but amps the track up with a percussive crescendo and reverberating basslines.

[NEWS] CRSSD Announces Incredible Spring '16 Lineup - Odesza, Gesaffelstein, Chet Faker, Loco Dice, Claude VonStroke + More

San Diego’s CRSSD Festival is back with its best lineup yet for it’s Spring 2016 weekend. CRSSD has quickly established itself as the premiere boutique festival in California’s crowded market. With cutting edge talent bookings across the spectrum of underground electronic music in a chic SoCal setting, it spans the gap between garish, mainstream EDM events and the growing transformational festival movement.

[NEWS] 5 Reasons Why You Must Go to Eric Prydz's EPIC 4.0

How soon is “soon”? This must be the most common complaint among Eric Prydz‘s super-fan following. Mr. Prydz– also known as Pryda, also known as Cirez D, also known as “Vader D” among his devoted techno followers–is notoriously enigmatic about his releases. He has been taunting us for months now about three massive announcements: his Cirez D EP, his original artist album, and–perhaps most importantly–EPIC 4.0.

The #1 Rule of CRSSD Festival: Good Vibes Only

Southern California has played host to kandi-style raves and transfomational campout festivals for years now, but the space between has been decidedly blank. Enter CRSSD: less pretentious younger sibling of Coachella, friend of Desert Hearts, mentor of the Wonderlands.  CRSSD has solved the middle-ground issue by curating a festival where attendees can experience the local culture through an accessible urban setting while listening to forward-thinking electronic and alternative acts.

[PREMIERE] Varien LP Review, Part 2: Four Women Bust Out Of Binary Love

[This is part 2 of our three part special series covering the exquisite as fuck new Varien LP. We thought music as complex and rich as this in its humanity deserved a likewise response. So we ditched the traditional 411 format and went for a creative approach. We wanted to show you where the music took us. And music this deep took us to surprising places. BUY THE LP ON ITUNES.] PART 2 INCLUDES THE VOICES OF FOUR OF OUR CIS-FEMALE WRITERS: Tabitha [T.NEUD10110.exe], Emily [E.SCHA10111.exe], Chelsea [C.RAE1101.exe], and Genevieve [G.COL1010.exe].

[VERSUS] Lane 8 ft. Solomon Grey- Hot As You Want (Emily vs. Kavi Dual Review)

Here at The Sights and Sounds we don’t always agree on music. Just like you and your friends. Yeah, sometimes we fight, sometimes it’s a whole world of Marvel vs. Capcom in our crew page forum as we go at it over music. Lovingly, of course. We feel strongly about music and we know you do too. So that’s why we bring you Versus, a periodic series featuring two of our writers giving opposing takes on a track. This time up? Our senior editor, Kavi, and our Dance Music/Festival correspondent Emily. The writers will give a ‘nay’ (negative) or a ‘yay’ positive review and rank the song on scale of 1-10. And don’t worry, we aren’t turning into Pitchfork.

[NEWS] The Do Lab's Woogie Weekend Releases Unique Dance Lineup ft. All Day I Dream

In case you haven’t heard the news yet, the Do Lab is giving Lightning in a Bottle‘s grooviest stage its own festival this summer.  Woogie Weekend will be an intimate gathering to celebrate house music and all its iterations in a magical atmosphere that is so unique to the Do Lab.  Held from July 17-19th, the camping festival will take place at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, California, which is conveniently located between Los Angeles and San Diego.

[INTERVIEW] CHRISTIAN MARTIN - FORGET PIZZA, JUST GIVE HIM A GOOD SOUND SYSTEM

[ DIRTYBIRD is celebrating 10 years of booty-shaking house music in 2015 with its inaugural festival, DirtyBird Campout, this weekend from October 2-4th.  If their popular BBQs are any indication, the three-day party in Silverado, CA will certainly not be your average summer camp experience. Our staff writer and festival correspondent, Emily, caught up with original ‘bird Christian Martin before the big event. ]

[INTERVIEW] Viceroy: The Sultan of Summer Takes His Throne

Donning a Hawaiian shirt and sipping a margarita, you could say that San Francisco-based producer Viceroy is a California poster boy. Whether he’s playing tropical house and disco infused jams or remixing hip hop artists, Viceroy’s music is always feel-good and undeniably danceable.  In person, he exudes the same happy, chill vibes that has given his “summertime, all the time” brand a devoted fanbase, and he’s been bringing this motto across the country from San Diego to New York City. 

[TECHNO] Popof - "Words Gone" (Jamie Jones remix)

It’s no secret that Hot Creations, the brainchild of dance music legends Jamie Jones and Lee Foss, is living up to its name. In a digital world where new breakthrough artists claiming to be next wunderkid are as common as rave girls whose favorite DJ is Hardwell, Hot Creations consistently serves up some of the best and most original music in the game. Their success is a mixture of visionary talent and eclectic but tasteful diversity from other euro-dance labels.
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