Omaha, NE’s Twinsmith debuted an Enso remix of their song “Dust.” Listen to the remix and mark the Texas tour stops on your calendar.
Dutch DJ legend Tiesto’s label Musical Freedom Radio is featuring Don Diablo for their Musical Freedom Radio Episode 20 this month. Exclusively aired on SoundCloud, Don Diablo’s relaxed mix covers a wide spread of genres with some unexpected song choices. The mix even includes some recent music from the producer himself. Don Diablo, also Dutch, […]
Liam Taylor’s “Superstition” remix sees him taking a harder, more dancefloor-friendly edge, with lush breakdowns balanced out by groovy basslines over a thumping house drop.
Swedish EDM duo VIGILAND dropped a new remix EP for their hot new über-bro anthem, “Shots & Squats.” The song is both as awesome and ridiculous as it sounds, but nothing compared to the Andy Milonakis-directed video.
Anglo-Swiss producer Laurent Clerc, aka Little People, will be in Austin for a headlining concert at Empire Control Room & Garage this weekend. He’ll be joined by Elaquent and Flamingosis. Enter our drawing for a chance to get on the guest list.
Get your Thursday night mash-up on when Chicago’s own The Hood Internet come through Austin for a headlining concert at Holy Mountain. Car Stereo (Wars) and Neiliyo kick things off.
This summer Andre Allen Anjos, also known as RAC (pronounced letter by letter), has been releasing a single a month. The third single in the series, “Can’t Forget About You,” is out now in lieu of the upcoming tour.
After releasing his new “Waves’ EP, Chicago-based rapper Mick Jenkins is making his way back to Austin for a headlining concert at The Parish with touring mate Stwo. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
The folks at ScoreMore Shows have curated quite the lineup for this month’s Red Bull Sound Select Austin concert happening at The Parish. D.C. rapper and genre bender Goldlink headlines. Get the details here.
Austin and Houston’s biggest and baddest Latin DJ crews are teaming up to celebrate the release of the newest EP from Discos Peligrosa. Dance to cumbia, moombahton, tropical bass and more. Puro pinche party y’all.
Flava D is a producer that makes garage, grime, hip-hop and house from London. To see her live in the U.S. is a rare treat, especially at a non-festival club show. Enter our drawing for a chance to see her in Austin at Empire Control Room & Garage.
Electronic duo Keys N Krates released a new music video for their new single “Save Me” with acclaimed UK vocalist Katy B. The duo are also set to kickoff a new fall tour with multiple Texas dates included.
Adventure Club – known for meshing dubstep’s chainsaw synths with delicate vocals and surprisingly upbeat melodies–have announced their “When Darkness Falls” U.S. fall tour. The tour makes multiple Texas stops.
Travis Stewart, better known as Machinedrum, is making his way to Austin this month for a headlining concert at Empire Control Room & Garage. Soundfounder, Heathered Pearls and Multi-Track round out the bill. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Influential Thievery Corporation co-founder Rob Garza is on a DJ set tour in support of his new EP, Palace of Mirrors. The tour is making its way to Austin in June for a big party at Empire Control Room & Garage. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
The ultimate purveyor of all things fun, Transmission Events, announced the lineup for this year’s annual Fun Fun Fun Fest. This year is a big one as it will be the festival’s 10th anniversary event. Jane’s Addiction, Wu-Tang Clan, Venom and more are scheduled to perform. Oh, and Bill Nye breaks down the science of fun for you. Yes, that Bill Nye.
Get ready to dance, Austin. Musician, Producer and DJ Selector Will Holland, aka Quantic, returns to EMPIRE to present a one-of-a-kind show — devoted to the beloved 45 rpm record. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to see him live at Empire Control Room & Garage.
London-based production duo Snakehips are on tour and making their way to Austin for a headlining concert at Red 7. This will be a rare opportunity for fans to see the duo live before they head out to play mega-music festivals most of us can’t afford to travel to.
The Quintron and Miss Pussycat live show is one of barely controlled electronic chaos, “Swamp-Tech” dance beats, small explosions, clothes, and entertaining puppet stories. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to see them live in Austin at Red 7.
Brooklyn synth-pop duo are on tour an-all vinyl dj tour in support of their new album, Work For Hire. The tour makes an Austin stop at Kingdom with Marcos Cabral and Austin’s own Learning Secrets. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.