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Prism Guest Mix/Interview – Heny G on Flex.FM 1-28-14

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Tracklist after the jump

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DPR Noodles groovechronicles @ experience camden palace 1999

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Cycle – A DNB joint at Good Life- Ft. DJ Dara

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Cycle DnB 5.2.2014

[ May 2, 2014 10:00 pm to May 3, 2014 2:00 am. ]

Drum N Bass in Downtown Crossing on a Friday Night !!


(Planet of the Drums, Breakbeat Science – NYC)

Cycle – Friday, May 2nd – 9 PM – 2AM – $10
Good Life Boston
28 Kingston Street

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Wheel & Deal Podcast 017 – DJ Scotch1

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Scotch1 – Scotch1 – Wheel&Deal Podcast

Juss B – The Cell
Kaiju ft Flowdan – Snagglepuss
Perverse – Echolocation
District – LV-223
EshOne – Chuck Finley
Core – Civil War (Shreddex rmx)
AxH – Tribalistix
Asylum – Germinate
Amit – Acid Trip
Daega Sound – State of Mind
Biome – Black Widow
Benton – 20/20 VIP
Asylum – Bodyburn
Ulterior Motive – The Elephant Tune
Seven – Walter White
Lx One – Losing Control x2
Konvex – Aetheist
Perverse – Tempest
Thelem – Drones (Benton rmx)
Kaiju ft Flowdan – Hunter

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Untold at BASSIC 4/16/2014

[ May 16, 2014 10:00 pm to May 17, 2014 1:00 am. ]

Together and Bassic Boston presents:

Good Life Boston
Friday, May 16
Doors 9:30 | 21+ | $10

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Cirrus and Epilleptech “Simon” – FREE download!

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Terra Null Recordings


In anticipation of Epilleptech’s massive Nyctophobia EP which is released in one week (April 14th), Cirrus and Epilleptech proudly present their collaborative piece “Simon”, a meditation on horror and minimalism that is available right now as a FREE DOWNLOAD via the Terra Null Recordings soundcloud page.

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EL-B Interview with Vex Records

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Some of you may know him as a Dubstep pioneer and founder of Ghost Records or some may refer to him as a Garage legend with his involvement with Groove Chronicles. Which ever and however you look at him, he has always been a major inspiration to many of us here at Vex Records. So having said that we interviewed EL-B and spoke to him about his future projects.

VEX: When we signed your “Running” track it was because it sounded like something from the early Garage days. Is there more of this style on the agenda?

EL-B: Yeh, totally. That’s the whole agenda. I am bringing back that whole style using bigger dynamics because that style is what I did best and that style is what is taking me back.
It’s not the aggressive undertones of Dubstep, its more the lush chords and grooves which I have always liked better. So in a nutshell this “Running” track is the official start of me bringing back that sound…

The choon in question

Full interview

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Trouble & Bass Label Takeover with DJ UNIIQU3, STAR EYES, DOCTOR JEEP

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Trouble&Bass Label Takeover


Friday, April 11th
Good Life, Boston
21+ | Doors 9:30 | $5 before 11pm, $10

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Together 5 – May 11th – 18th

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[ May 11, 2014 12:00 am to May 18, 2014 12:00 am. ] Together 5 is coming… Boston’s annual festival of music, art, and technology. Full details are still forthcoming but more info is available at

Of particular interest to us here at SoulChampion… Julio Bashmore… Martyn… Pearson Sound… and Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def). Check out the full lineup as it continues to develop

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Photos from Alan Manzi, John Barera, and Eats Everything at Make It New

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“In the Beginning There Was Jack”: In Memoriam Frankie Knuckles

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Frankie Knuckles

Looking through the history of house music, time and time again you will see the same name. They may argue who made rock’n’roll and the blues, but there is no questioning who started this musical revolution. There is no arguing that because of his relentless and pioneering hard work, house music now saturates the airwaves; his work is the reason why you are reading from this website now.

It all began almost 30 years ago, when both American and European electronic music was forming the basis for house music. This new music was widely popular with the young people; its popularity resulted from a club which had broken down the segregations of race and sexuality. This club was Chicago’s now legendary Warehouse. In a heavily segregated city, Frankie Knuckles had had his work set out against him; to put it simply, ‘the white kids didn’t want to dance with the black kids.’ Up until then, (and long after, it took a long time for the barriers to be broken), society’s ideal was for black, hispanic, white, straight and gay people to keep to themselves. But the Warehouse however, opened in 1977 and carried a strong emphasis on only the music. Nothing else.

Full story at Your EDM

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Sturban Clothing Podcast – Dark Minimal Dubstep from LX ONE

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LX ONE returns with another stirling release Reflect / Distorted Politics in the warm up to dropping his much anticipated debut album on Wheel and Deal and to celebrate here’s dropping a podcast on Sturban Clothing.

Reflect has had constant support from N-Type, Youngsta, J Kenzo, Distance, Icicle and Faze Miyake. It is the logical progression in the style and quality of LX ONE’s signature dark minimal sound. This release once again puts his productions at the pinnacle of modern Dubstep.

Full story and Podcast at Sturban Clothing

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