Nominees For 58th Grammys Announced

Earlier this morning the nominees for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards were announced, and Kendrick Lamar dominates the field with 11 nominations in nine categories. The awards ceremony will be held on Feb. 15th. Listed below are some of the awards, for the full list of nominees click here: The nominees for Record of the

Watch: Skrillex Releases Cerebral Video For ‘Red Lips’

Skrillex has released a new music video for his incendiary rework of GTA’s “Red Lips”, and it is the trippiest fantasy you’ll ever see. “Red Lips (Skrillex Remix),” which was released today on Apple Music, features a pale girl dance battling with some very talented yet terrifying contortionists. The erratic body movements are very much

Review: Oneohtrix Point Never ‘Garden of Delete’

It takes time to unravel all of the information surrounding Oneohtrix Point Never’s new release, Garden of Delete. The enigmatic producer Daniel Lopatin, otherwise known as electronic experimentalist Oneohtrix Point Never, created a Twitter account and official website for a fictitious industrial band called Kaoss Edge, whom he cites as an influence for this record.

Shigeto ‘Intermission’ EP Review

Since his last record, No Better Time Than Now, came out in 2013, Zach Saginaw has been busy with a long list of musical endeavors. From providing electronics to a jazz quartet to producing for hip hop artists in his hometown of Detroit, along with building his own studio, the savant producer has been away


15 Spooky Songs For Halloween

It’s Halloween! Enjoy loads of candy and good scares! Here are 15 songs perfect for your spooky night! King Khan and the BBQ Show- Zombies So, not all Halloween songs have to scary and make you want to ball up in your bed and hide from the monsters. King Khan and the BBQ show are


Interview: No Joy

No Joy have been really busy, the Canadian quartet completed a rapid-fire tour in Europe, now they are touring across the states with dream pop heroes DIIV. For the entirety of October, the indie rock band were booked solid to play shows all across the country, now they are spending a good amount of tour

The San Diego Music Thing: Ten Must See Acts

There is no town like San Diego.  It may not have the bohemia of San Francisco or the glitz and glamour of LA, but California’s second largest city is a true bastion for music. To honor the city’s reverence to music, and help promising opportunity for the city’s future musicians, the San Diego Music Thing

Borgeous Blows Away Sold Out Crowd (Review)

Tucked in a little corner of Hollywood Blvd. is Create nightclub, Los Angeles’ newest, but most buzzed about nightlife spot. On a warm Saturday night (10/17), the club in demand was packed to capacity for an exciting performance from one of electronic music’s fastest rising DJ/Producers, Borgeous. Create is the palatial dance club you would


Tonight: We Are Festival in the Valley

If you are in LA and looking for something fun and different to do this weekend, don’t head into the city, instead come to the San Fernando Valley for We Are Festival, a show unlike any you’ve been to before. The We Are Festival is a joint production between, 24 Karat Beats and Koobe

Talking Implosion: “Manhattan” Season Two (Interview)

Seventy years ago, America did the unthinkable when scientists created the most powerful weapon in the world and used it and ended scores of lives. The moral justification of using the atomic bombs that were used upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki is moot, but it was the moment in history that redefined our world, for both