Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Song Of The Day: Skytree - Quartz Resonance (Space Jesus Remix)

Philadelphia-based producer Space Jesus (aka Jasha Tull) has just released a 5-track Remix EP, featuring remixes of original tracks by Gotye, Major LazerSkytreePistol and Freddy Todd & Black Mic, and includes collaborations with fellow producers D.V.S.* and F.L.O.T.E.. Space Jesus' style crosses so many genres between each of his original tracks and numerous remixes, it can be hard to keep up. From Sky-Hop to Psy-Trap, Fidget-Hop to Kumbiathon, it can be difficult to pin down this dynamic artist.
Image Courtesy of Space Jesus
2012 has been a busy year for SPace Jesus in terms of both production and performance, having released many original tracks and remixes, and performed at countless events alongside such artists as Alex Grey, Zeds Dead Ott. and BassNectar. Space Jesus will be finishing up 2012 with two final performances, first at the Disco Biscuits' After-Party on Thursday, December 27th alongside Ott.Phutureprimitive, and Alpha Data at B.B. Kings in New York, NY and with a performance at Lights All Night Festival in Dallas, TX on Saturday, December 29th. Be sure to check him out at either of these, and wish him a Happy Belated Birthday!

Skytree - Quartz Resonance (Space Jesus Remix)

BONUS: Major Lazer - Get Free (D.V.S.* & Space Jesus Remix)

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Upcoming Events This Week: December 23rd - December 29th

Wednesday, December 26th

Thursday, December 27th

Friday, December 28th - Monday December 31st
Phish at Madison Square Garden
Tickets - $65-75

Madeon and The Knocks (DJ Set) at Webster Hall
Tickets - $30

Saturday, December 29th
The Disco Biscuits at the Best Buy Theater
Tickets - $42.50
Phish at Madison Square Garden
Tickets - $65-75

Niki & The Dove - Mother Protect (Goldroom Remix)

Skytree - Quartz Resonance (Space Jesus Treemix)

Madeon - Finale

The Disco Biscuits - Cyclone

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Song Of The Day: ProJect Aspect - Custie Bear

Image Courtesy of 1320 Records
Denver-native Jay Jaramillo is well known in the Colorado scene under the moniker ProJect Aspect, but with dope tracks like "Custie Bear"off his recently released album Automagically, he's clearly shown that he can cast a wider net. According to Jaramillo, "a lot of emotion goes into writing tracks for me. The biggest opportunity to express my rawest of feelings and lay them all out on the table. I write songs to perform them live. Nothing make my heart happier than playing live music and connecting with new people."

ProJect Aspect has performed alongside such artists as EOTO, MartyParty, VibeSquaD and NiT GriT, and at such festivals as Sonic Bloom, Wakarusa and Global Dance Festival.  Jaramillo is currently touring in San Francisco with back-to-back shows today and tomorrow at the Icon Lounge with JOBOT, and at Folsom with FreQ Nasty, Wick-It the Instigator, and Sleepyhead, before returning to Colorado for a New Years Eve run.

You can download "Custie Bear" and the whole Automagically album for free at 1320 Records, and check out all of ProJect Aspects's tunes right here.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Song Of The Day: Up Until Now - Little Piggy

Image Courtesy of 1320 Records
Up Until Now (aka Jay Murphy) has just released a new four-track EP The Pleasure Sessions, available for free at 1320 Records.  The EP is varied, putting his hip-hop instrumental and electro-pop influences on display. Murphy is currently performing at Mayan Holidaze, and will be performing in Nashville, at the Snowglobe Festival in Lake Tahoe, and with Sound Tribe Sector 9 on New Years Eve in Denver, CO.  Check out the promotional video for the new EP below.

 Up Until Now "The Pleasure Sessions" Promo from Up Until Now on Vimeo.

Up Until Now - Little Piggy

Monday, December 17, 2012

Upcoming Events This Week: December 16th - December 22nd

Friday, December 21st
Zeds Dead and UZ at Webster Hall
Tickets - $20
DREAMTIME 12:21:12 Solstice featuring D.V.S.*, Dynasty Electric, Esseks, Room of Voices, Srikalogy and Natasha Blank at La Luz (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $25-40

Saturday, December 22nd
Work Drugs, Night Panther and Lingerie at the Glasslands Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $10

Zeds Dead - In The Beginning

Pink Floyd - Us and Them (D.V.S.* Remix)

Work Drugs - Tigerbeats

Friday, December 14, 2012

Song Of The Day: Lotus - Massif

Image Courtesy of SCI Fidelity Records
The five-piece Philadelphia-based progressive electronic jam band Lotus have just released the first single off their upcoming album Build, "Massif." The album, their eighth overall, and first since 2011's self-titled Lotus, will be released on February 19th. In the 13 years since the bands origin in Indiana, the group's sound has traversed a broad array of influences, changing styles, and the adoption of vocals. Yet a crucial component to what defines Lotus sonically is their driving energy, apparent at every live performance, and certainly found here in this single.

Having recently announced their 2013 Winter Tour, Lotus is gearing up for New Years Eve at the Rams Head Live! in Baltimore, with shows in Chicago and Pittsburg. After a brief, and well earned break, the group will return with shows in Burlington, Boston, New York, leading all the way up to March where they will be performing back-to-back nights in Atlanta, GA, and will likely be ready to announce their Summer plans.

Lotus - Massif

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Song Of The Day: The Nadis Warriors - Serpentine (Sacral)

Image Courtesy of The Nadis Warriors
The live-electronica group The Nadis Warriors have just released "Serpentine (Sacral)," the first single off their forthcoming album.  The as of yet unnamed album will be their first release since the remix EP Illuminating Inspirations Vol. 1, and their first original release since Allele Frequencies.

After a busy year touring and producing, The Nadis Warriors are gearing up for some exciting events, including The Beginning Of The World Party at The Parish in Austin, TX where they'll be playing along side Blockhead and Dr. Fameus, and SnowGlobe Music Festival for New Years Eve in South Lake Tahoe, CA, alongside Deadmau5 (unhooked), Beats Antique and Big Gigantic.

All of The Nadis Warriors' previous releases are free to download and available on their website.

The Nadis Warriors - Serpentine (Sacral)

Monday, December 10, 2012

Upcoming Events This Week: December 9th - December 15th

Image Courtesy of Brooklyn Bowl
Tuesday, December 11th
James Blake at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets (Sold Out) - $25
DJ Shadow: All Basses Covered at Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $25

Thursday, December 13th
!!! at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $18-20
Friday, December 14th
ill.GatesStephan Jacobs and :DFace  at Santos Party House
Tickets - $15-17
GigameshComputer Magic and Lou Teti  at Glasslands Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $10
Saturday, December 15th
Blockhead at the Paper Box (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets ($15-16)

Friday, December 7, 2012

Song Of The Day: The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up (Major Lazer Remix)

Image Courtesy of XL Recordings
Fifteen years after the original release of The Prodigy's grounbreaking album The Fat Of The Land, comes an anniversary edition re-release featuring an additional Added Fat EP featuring remixes by Noisia, Alvin Risk, Zeds Dead, Baauer, Major Lazer and The Glitch Mob.  This remix of the classic song "Smack My Bitch Up" takes it to whole new level, while really preserving some of the core elements of the original track.

The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up (Major Lazer Remix)

The Prodigy - Breathe (The Glitch Mob Remix)

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Song Of The Day: A-Trak - Disco Nap feat. Oliver

Image Courtesy of Fool's Gold Recs
The gifted turntablist A-Trak (aka Alain Maklovitch) has just released the brand new Tuna Melt EP on his own label Fool's Gold Records. The 4-track release features collaborations with Tommy Trash, GTA, Galantis and Oliver.

A-Trak is currently touring in Southeast Asia, and will be returning stateside to finish up the year at Lights All Night in Dallas, TX and start off 2013 with Holy Ship! in the Bahamas.

A-Trak - Disco Nap feat. Oliver

BONUS: A-Trak & Tommy Trash - Tuna Melt

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Upcoming Events This Week: December 2nd - December 8th

Sunday, December 2nd
KRTS, ShadowBox, Blak Nite and DATALOG at the Glasslands Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $10

Thursday, December 6th
Break Science and Michal Menert at Irving Plaza
Tickets - $15
Tickets - $20

Friday, December 7th
Tickets - $15
Tickets - $10
Lights and Music and Fresh Express PresentChris Malinchak, Moon Boots and Jonas Rathsman at Brooklyn Bowl
Tickets - $10

Saturday, December 8th
Dr. FameusHigher Organix and ShwizZ at the Paper Box (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets ($12-15)

KRTS - Until the Colours Come (KRTS Recoloured)

Michal Menert and Break Science - Goin Down

Skream - Problem Dog + The Blue Crystal

Chris Malinchak - So Good To Me

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Upcoming Events This Week: November 25th - December 1st

Wednesday, November 28th
Tickets - $10-15

Thursday, November 29th
Tickets - $10-15

Friday, November 30
Tickets - $40
Lee Foss and Mathew Johnson at SRB Brooklyn (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $22.50
Sebastian Drums, Midnight Conspiracy and REVOLVR at Webster Hall
Tickets - $15

Saturday, February 16th
Big Gigantic at Terminal 5
Tickets (On Sale Friday 11/30 @ 12:00PM) - $25-30

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Song Of The Day: Major Lazer - Get Free

Image Courtesy of Downtown Music LLC
This past May, Major Lazer released the track "Get Free" featuring one of the singers from the Dirty Projectors, Amber Coffman, who is well known for her collaboration with Rusko on the track "Hold On." For Major Lazer, a group effort between producers Diplo and Switch, this track is a departure from their usual Dancehall, Moombahton, Reggae Hip Hop style. The track is hypnotizing, melodic, and peaceful, and the minimal, down-tempo production really highlights Coffman's incredible vocals.  The track was released by Downtown Music LLC on the 3-track Get Free EP. Major Lazer is currently on tour in Australia, and will be headed to Southeast Asia.

Major Lazer - Get Free

Bonus: Major Lazer - Get Free (Adriatique's Lazers Never Die Rework)

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Song Of The Day: Grizmatik - Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom

Image Courtesy of Grizmatik
Electro-Soul and Future Funk producers Gramatik and GRiZ have teamed up to release the track "Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom" under the name Grizmatik. The two have teamed up countless times over this past year performing at numerous festivals, and are currently touring with Bassnectar where they will be performing this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ and at Terminal 5 in New York, NY. They've also been recently announced as support for the highly anticipated Bass Lights double header at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, VA on December 28th and 29th alongside Big Gigantic and A-Trak.

Grizmatik - Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Song Of The Day: Adventure Club - Need Your Heart ft. Kai (Minnesota Remix)

Image Courtesy of Adventure Club
Dubstep artists Minnesota (a.k.a. Christian Bauhofer) has just dropped a brand new remix of Adventure Club's "Need Your Heart ft. Kai."  Bauhofer has a ridiculous number of remixes from Notorious B.I.G. to Ellie Goulding, and you can listen to them all right here.  Minnesota is currently touring alongside the hip-hop group Zion I who he collaborated with on the track "Float," and will be performing this evening (November 8th) at Brooklyn Bowl. His upcoming, self-released, EP Altered States will be released on November 23rd.

Adventure Club - Need Your Heart ft. Kai (Minnesota Remix)

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Song Of The Day: Kill The Noise & Feed Me - Thumbs Up (For Rock N' Roll)

Image Courtesy of OWSLA
Kill The Noise (a.k.a. Jake Stanczak) & Feed Me (a.k.a. Jon Gooch) have joined forces on a brand new Electro-House track, "Thumbs Up (For Rock N' Roll)," the first single off the Black Magic EP, available today on Skrillex's label OWSLA. The track draws it's name from this inspirational YouTube video.  Stanczak previously collaborated with Gooch on the track "Muscle Rollers" on his first EP Feed Me's Big Adventure. KTN is currently touring the United States and Canada while Feed me is touring Europe and the United Kingdom.  

Kill The Noise & Feed Me - Thumbs Up (For Rock N' Roll)

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Song Of The Day: Jantsen - When The Beats Drop (Bassnectar Remix)

Image Courtesy of Amorphous Music
Colorado-native Jantsen has just released a new remix of his new track "When The Beats Drop," by Bassnectar. Bassnectar and Jantsen have previously collaborated on the tracks "Red Step," on 2011's Divergent Spectrum and "What" from 2012's Vava Voom.  Jantsen is currently on tour with EOTO in the Mid and Northwest, and will be returning to the East Coast for a show on November 23rd at the Highline Ballroom. Tickets are available here.

Jantsen - When The Beats Drop (Bassnectar Remix)

Friday, November 2, 2012

Preview: BEMF 2012

Image Courtesy of MeanRed Productions
The fifth annual Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival is just one week away and it's already shaping up to be one of the most anticipated musical events (in Williamsburg) of the Fall. What began in 2008 as a showcase for some of Brooklyn's finest EDM bands, electronic artists, producers and DJs has since expanded to include almost 40 artists in 6 venues over two nights.

The festivities will kick off on November 9th and 10th and will feature a plethora of artists including Photek, Baths, Gold Panda (Live), Jackmaster, Nicolas Jaar (Live), Onra, Hiawatha, and Nick Hook (of Cubic Zirconia). The list of venues includes the Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn Bowl, Public Assembly, the Glasslands Gallery, Cameo and The Villain Space.

Tickets are still available here and are $35 for individual nights, and $65 for both nights.

BEMF 2012 Preview

Gold Panda - You

Photek - Pyramid

Nicolas Jaar - Wouh (Original Mix)

Song Of The Day: Daphni - Ye Ye (Alternative Electronic)

Image Courtesy of Merge Records
Caribou's Dan Snaith is about as versatile a musician as they come. "Ye Ye" is a track off Jialong, released October 9th on Merge Records under Snaith's newest musical project Daphni. The new name lets the listener know to expect something different from his previous works, and on that promise Jialong delivers. All in all, the project combines Snaith's technical ability with some of the more root elements of dance music. Each track has its own distinctive feel, but the differences are subtle. In particular, "Ye Ye" with it's hypnotic melodies, repetitious vocals, and dark-driving bass get your head bobbing right from the start, and demonstrate why many have praised this work as Snaith's "antidote to bad EDM." You can check out the entire album here.

Daphni - Ye Ye

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Song Of The Day: Two Fresh - Du Du Doo (GRiZ Remix)

Image Courtesy of GRiZ
Future Funk Wunderkind GRiZ just released a new remix of Two Fresh's track "Du Du Doo," stating, "After playin this one out over festy season and the start of this fall tour and noticing how much everyone has been diggin this track I thought it was finally time to give it up to ya'll." Two Fresh released their latest album Air Mail on Elm & Oak Records in 2011, and GRiZ just released his first album Mad Liberation on September.

Two Fresh - Du Du Doo (GRiZ Remix)

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Song Of The Day: The Egg - Catch (Psychemagik Remix)

Image Courtesy of The Egg

The live-house dance group The Egg have a new remix of their song "Catch" by British producer Psychemagik.  The Egg released a new album Something To Do this past August on Squarepeg Records, their first release after 2004's Forwards. Psychemagik is currently touring with an upcoming date in London, England.

The Egg - Catch (Psychemagik Remix)

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Song Of The Day: RAC - Hollywood Feat. Penguin Prison (Cassian Remix)

Australian producer Cassian just released an incredible house remix of "Hollywood," RAC's original track from this summer featuring Penguin Prison on Mountain Dew's record label Green Label Sound. This remix comes on the heels of two earlier remixes of "Hollywood" by The Magician, and Felix Da Housecat earlier this year. 

Image Courtesy of Green Label Sound

Cassian released a 2-track EP The Love Cuts this past June featuring the tracks "I Love It," and "Reach For Love," and several other hard-hitting remixes of tracks by Hot Chip, Bag Raiders, Two Door Cinema Club, as well as various other artists.  Cassian is currently touring internationally with an upcoming Halloween show in Sydney, Australia, two shows in Sao Paulo, Brazil and a show in Louisville, Kentucky at the end of the month.

RAC - Hollywood featuring Penguin Prison (Cassian Remix)

RAC - Hollywood featuring Penguin Prison (The Magician Remix)

RAC - Hollywood featuring Penguin Prison (Felix Da Housecat Remix)

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Song Of The Day: Holy Ghost! - It Gets Dark (Synthpop)

The Brooklyn based live synthpop/DJ duo of Holy Ghost! (a.k.a. Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser) have just released a new single, "It Gets Dark" on DFA Records. The guys are as lively as ever on this new track, which was included on The Magician's most recent Magic Tape Twenty-Six.

Image Courtesy of DFA Records
Holy Ghost! released their debut eponymous LP in April of last year to a warm reception. The group is currently on tour with upcoming dates in Mexico, Los Angeles and Miami.

Holy Ghost! It Gets Dark

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Song Of The Day: L D R U Feat. Gem June - Have You Ever (Downtempo)

Image Courtesy of L D R U
Today's feature is an original track from Sydney native L D R U (a.k.a. Drew Carmody) featuring Gem June. Two weeks ago I featured this nineteen year old Australian producer for his chillout remix of Flume's "Sleepless feat. Jezzabell Doran." You can listen to all of L D R U's tunes right here.

L D R U Feat. Gem June - Have You Ever (Original)

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

New Video: Two Fingers (a.k.a. Amon Tobin) - Vengeance Rhthym

Brazilian ex-pat producer and artist Amon Tobin has just released the first video for the brand-new track "Vengeance Rhythm" from his most recent musical project Two Fingers

Image Courtesy of Ninja Tune
Two Fingers just released his debut full-length album Stunt Rhythms on Big Dada recordings on October 8th, and has had a slew of additional releases under the moniker including "Vengeance Rhythm," the most recent single, released on October 24th. An artist's blurb on Ninja Tunes website accompanying the releases states the following:

"Amon Tobin presents the next brutalist masterpiece wired up under his Two Fingers guise, "Vengeance Rhythm." A low-slung exercise in violence  brooding power and pure production smarts, in the words aof a recent Resident Adviser feature, it's "a little like dubstep built on an interplanetary scale."

The tune has been brought to life (and death) in a truly jaw-dropping video from stop-frame animator and director Chris Ullens. Ullens transforms a pile of toys, a love of super slo-mo explosions and a huge pile of mince into the funniest, most eye-popping and shocking exercise in animated ultra-violence since Oliver Postgate found out Bagpuss was cheating on him with Professor Yaffle."

Warning: This video is not for the feint of heart stuffed animal enthusiasts.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Secret Halloween Warehouse Party feat. RJD2, FreQ Nasty, Random Rab, Govinda and More (10/27)

Image Courtesy of Unicorn Meat NYC
With so much already going on in the weekends before and after Halloween this year, who would have thought there'd be any room for another big event? Well, when your event is a secret warehouse party in Brooklyn that features RDJ2, FreQ Nasty, Random Rab, David Starfire, Govinda, Dulce VitaSrikalogy and Dynasty Electric as well as fire dancers, artists and circus performers, you better make room!

Unicorn Meat NYC is hosting Illuminate at an as-of-yet unnamed warehouse in East Williamsburg (off the Grand stop) on October 27th. Having attended a similar event two years ago for Halloween I can say that this will certainly be something you don't want to miss, but definitely get there early, because the Fire Marshall will be eager to get there as well, and once they do they likely won't be letting anyone else in for some time.

Tickets are available here for $35, and the venue's locations will be released on the 27th to all ticket holders. If you're planning on going, buy your tickets in advance, because they won't be available at the door.

Friday, October 19, 2012

ESKMO Announces "Language" EP (Available 10/30)

Image Courtesy of Ancestor Music

Over two years after the release of his eponymous debut LP, San Francisco based artist/producer ESKMO (aka Brendan Angelides) has just announced the release date of his forthcoming EP Language:

Eskmo "Language" EP Trailer from Elliott Sellers on Vimeo.

The 5-track EP will be Angelides' first release as ESKMO since the 2010 self-titled release on Ninja Tunes.  Since that time Angelides has certainly kept himself busy, devoting much of his time to his other project Welder (having released the album Florescence in September of 2011, and to touring internationally under both monikers.  The new EP will include the vocal-laden single "I Just Want," and is slated to be released on Angelides' own Ancestor label.

ESKMO - I Just Want

Be sure to check out DRTN for a review of this EP once it drops on October 30th.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

November - December 2012 Upcoming EDM Events for NYC

Oktoberfest may have to an end, but the real party is just around the corner. Even after such an impressive October lineup of shows, NYC is really getting ready to throw down between now and the biggest party of all, New Years Eve 2012! This city is no stranger to a good time, but the sheer number of incredible bands, DJs, producers and artists descending on us over such a short period of time could only mean the End of Days.

From the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival to Boys Noize, The Magician to Minnesota, Dan Deacon to DJ Shadow, Paper Diamond to Pretty Lights, and Squarepusher to Sound Tribe Sector 9, I cannot remember the last time I saw a more exciting concert schedule for the beginning of Winter in NYC. So here is a comprehensive list of every great show you're going to want to attend in November and December 2012.*

Image Courtesy of Mr. Bugsly Presents
Thursday, November 1st
Tickets - $32-40
Friday, November 2nd
Tickets - $27.50
Tickets - $40
Official STS9 Afterparties: LowRIDERz, Love and Light and the Bins at Club 39
Tickets - $10-15
Sonar North American Tour 2012: Die Antwoord, Tiga, Paul Kalkbrenner and more at the Roseland Ballroom
Tickets - $55
Image Courtesy of 1320 Records
Saturday, November 3rd
Tickets - $27.50
Tickets - $12-15
Paper Diamond and MORRI$ at Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $15
Official STS9 Afterparties: NastyNasty, Horizon Wireless and Slugabed at Club 39
Tickets - $10-15

Tuesday, November 6th
Tickets - $32.50-35

Thursday, November 8th
Minnesota and Zion I at Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $10-12

Image Courtesy of HARD NYC

Friday, November 9th
Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival - Multiple Venues (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $35-65
Wolfgang GartnerProxyL-Vis 1990 and Popeska at Terminal 5
Tickets - $35-50
Mimosa and Curren$y at the Best Buy Theater
Tickets - $20-30
moe. at the Capitol Theatre (Portchester, NY)
Tickets - $35

Image Courtesy of Mean Red Productions

Saturday, November 10th
Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival - Multiple Venues (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $35-65
moe. at the Wellmont Theatre (Montclair, NJ)
Tickets - $30-35

Tuesday, November 13th
Tickets - $20-35

Wednesday, November 14th
Tickets - $15

Thursday, November 15th
Tickets - $24-28
Karsh Kale (Live) at Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $10

Image Courtesy of The Brain Trust

Friday, November 16th
BassNectar, Gramatik, and GladKill at the Wellmont Theatre (Montclair, NJ)
Tickets - $40-45
Tickets - $15
Future Rock at Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $10
Birdy Nam Nam, Monsta and Kill Paris at Webster Hall
Tickets - $15
Phutureprimitive, Space Jesus and Soulacybin at the Glasslands Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $12-15

Saturday, November 17th
Tickets (Sold Out) - $40-45
Matt and Kim at the Wellmont Theatre (Montclair, NJ)
Tickets - $24-28

Image Courtesy of BassNectar
Sunday, November 18th
Tickets (Sold Out) - $40-45
Rubblebucket and Reptar at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $18-20

Tuesday, November 21st - Saturday, November 24th
Robert Randolph and The Family Band at Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $15-17 
Kid Koala 12 Bit Blues Vinyl Vaudeville at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $20

Friday, November 23rd
EOTO and Jansten at the Highline Ballroom
Tickets - $20-25

Saturday, November 24th
Eric Prydz at the Roseland Ballroom
Tickets - $39.50

Thursday, November 29th
Tickets - $10-15

Friday, November 30
Tickets - $40

Thursday, December 6th
Break Science and Michal Menert at Irving Plaza
Tickets - $15
Tickets - $20

Friday, December 7th
Tickets - $15

Saturday, December 8th
Dr. FameusHigher Organix and ShwizZ at the Paper Box (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets ($12-15)

Image Courtesy of Brooklyn Bowl
Tuesday, December 11th
James Blake at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets (Sold Out) - $25
DJ Shadow: All Basses Covered at Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $25

Thursday, December 13th
!!! at the Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $18-20

Friday, December 14th
ill.Gates, Stephan Jacobs and :DFace  at Santos Party House
Tickets - $15-17
Gigamesh, Computer Magic and Lou Teti  at Glasslands Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets - $10

Saturday, December 15th
Blockhead at the Paper Box (Brooklyn, NY)
Tickets ($15-16)

Friday, December 21st
Zeds Dead and UZ at Webster Hall
Tickets - $20

Wednesday, December 26th - Saturday, December 29th 
Tickets - $42.50

Friday, December 28th - Monday December 31st
Phish at Madison Square Garden
Tickets - $65-75

Sunday, December 30th - Monday, December 31st
Pretty Lights at the Roseland Ballroom
Tickets - $55-110
Monday, December 31st
Tickets - $69

*If we don't all die on December 21st.