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May 12, 2009

Jean Nipon

Jean Nipon of France (Institubes Records) I realized I saw this guy DJ last year but I had no clue who he was. I was really intrigued by his set because the whole time he was sweating, jumping around with his eyes wide open, hovering over the decks. His music is in your face and […]

Filed by Steve Ryback at May 12th, 2009 under BLOG
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May 6, 2009

Robbed by Robots

Our buddy Robbed By Robots has put together another phenomenal mixtape featuring some of his own productions from his most recent EP. He’s got some really crazy live effects going on in this one! Tarek aka The Egyptian Lover (jk) (the man behind Robbed by Robots), is on his way to the top, separating himself […]

Filed by Steve Ryback at May 6th, 2009 under BLOG
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May 5, 2009

Passion Pit – The Reeling

I had insomnia the other night and stumbled upon the video for the song “The Reeling” by Passion Pit. Here is a little background on them straight from their labels website. Boston’s Passion Pit is the brainchild of Michael Angelakos.  He is a songwriter’s songwriter drawing from a variety of influences, from the classic pop […]

Filed by Ralph Milan at May 5th, 2009 under BLOG
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May 4, 2009

GUNSTAR or FUTURECOP

I was looking for some new music to discover and came across a track I liked by Gunstar. I started reading a little further about them on the BINARY blog and noticed in the comment section there was little debate on Gunstar sounding a bit too much like a FUTURECOP track. Listen to their tracks […]

Filed by Ralph Milan at May 4th, 2009 under BLOG
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May 1, 2009

Feeling For #FollowFriday

  Mashable.com explains #followfriday: Why #FollowFriday works to build twitter followers FollowFriday is successful because of three main factors: 1. It’s easy. It takes little effort to send a tweet, something people do dozens of times a day. 2. It’s participatory. You don’t need to be part of the “Twitterati” to participate. You can suggest […]

Filed by Steve Ryback at May 1st, 2009 under BLOG
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April 30, 2009

Slap yo troubles away!!

Since in our last post Steve used a Sham-WOW quote it’s only fitting to follow up with an amusing remix video of his other product the Slap Chop. The best part about this guy Vince was that he was arrested about a month or so ago for biting the tongue of a call girl in […]

Filed by Ralph Milan at April 30th, 2009 under BLOG
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April 29, 2009

I am a Walking Disaster | TIEFSCHWARZ

Since the early 90’s Tiefschwarz has been exhibiting their obsession with techno music throughout the world. The German Producer/DJ brothers have an incredible series of tour dates set up for this spring and summer. The duo will be blitzing over twenty cities all over the globe at venues such as Amnesia, Space, DIY Club, Flex, […]

Filed by Steve Ryback at April 29th, 2009 under BLOG
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April 28, 2009

Advanced Movie Screening at Yost Theater

Where the hell is the Yost Theater?? It’s in Downtown Santa Ana and has been restored for almost a year. They have been doing private events and some shows for a bit. We really would like to throw something there. You would be surprised some of the people we could put together for an event […]

Filed by Ralph Milan at April 28th, 2009 under BLOG
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April 27, 2009

Lessons Learned

Brooklyn duo Matt and Kim have this great video for their song Lessons Learned. It’s good and something you need to watch all the way to the last second to see why it’s so good. Matt and Kim – New Music – More Music Videos …

Filed by Ralph Milan at April 27th, 2009 under BLOG
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April 23, 2009

CHAKA ONE

Those of you who were lucky enough to be around Orange County/Los Angeles back in the late 80’s and early 90’s when writing was blowing up, will definitely remember the name “Chaka”. His infamous moniker was scrawled all across Southern California and became sort of an urban legend. Chaka was everywhere, chaka was nowhere. People […]

Filed by chris santiago at April 23rd, 2009 under BLOG
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