Champagne Drip on trying new things: “Learn the rules to break them”
When I asked him about who inspired him to create music, Champagne Drip aka Sam Pool cited his former art teacher Marlene Alexander as one of his biggest motivators. Continue reading
StéLouse: on stage and in the studio
You’d never guess that Ross Ryan, known by his stage name StéLouse, started out in a rock band.
The Denver native, who recently performed at Electric Forest in Michigan, took a few minutes to chat with me about his zest for live performance, his new music, and what he does when he’s not making new music. Continue reading
YehMe2 Release Party: Steal This Mixtape 2
Since leaving Flosstradamus back in December 2016, Josh Young has been up to a lot. Aside from spending some well-deserved quality time with his adorable wife and kids, he’s rebranded himself as YehMe2, remixed xxxtentacion’s “looking for a star” and is set to debut at Hard Summer in LA later this summer. Continue reading
EDM as frick
It’s 3:50 am right now. I’m taking a quick break from plowing through a ton of work to write this, but I was listening to a one-hour set by Marshmello from his live performance at Ultra Music Festival 2016. Continue reading
10 undiscovered EDM artists you may not have heard of
Underground? Up and coming? Little known? Either way, you should give these artists a listen. Continue reading
17 really good songs: fall quarter 2015
No theme. Just good music. From fall quarter 2015. Continue reading
Mr. Moist Presents: we back
marshmello adds fuel to the fire, releases Diplo & Friends Guest Mix
There’s a lot of buzz in the EDM community about mystery newcomer marshmello. There were rumors that the anonymous producer was actually Skrillex trying out a new sound, then people were saying that it was actually the artist Dotcom. There’s still no official word out on this issue at the moment, but the important thing to focus on is that marshmello just released an hour-long mix on Diplo & Friends! Continue reading
A Sippin’ Sizzurp Summer Playlist
A whirlwind mix of party alone, party together EDM songs, featuring trap, dubstep, chillstep, and really, really incredible remixes. You can’t find this stuff on Spotify…
Quality speakers/headphones recommended.
This playlist eases you in with mellow, psychedelic electronic music and gradually ascends to head-bumping, heavy bass trap and dubstep.