Glitch by celeste
February 24, 2011, 1:28 pm
Filed under: Dance, DJ, Dubstep, Electro, Music

Just heard The Glitch Mob for the first time today. It is not a be all end all musical situation,however, it is Continue reading


Reluctant… by Olive
December 2, 2010, 1:35 pm
Filed under: DJ, House, Mad Chill, Music | Tags: , , , ,

I have a habit of jealously guarding any new musical discovery that I deem really, really special. So, it is with the UTMOST reluctance that I am sharing these guys with you.   Continue reading

October 21, 2010, 7:38 pm
Filed under: DJ, Music | Tags: , , , , ,

Fellow students, devoted fans, and everyone else, we the authors of SaintAndre are proud to be on the cusp of the event the season to date. We are twenty four hours away from SaintAndre’s opening party and closing in fast. Ticket sales were more than spectacular and we can’t wait to see all of you there early for a lovely drinks reception. Continue reading

Its Called Awesome by Sam
September 25, 2010, 8:00 am
Filed under: DJ, Dubstep, Music | Tags: , , , ,

Big tunes from Joker and TC were leaked a couple of weeks ago. “It Ain’t Got A Name” blends both the styles of both of these great producers and is my new jam of the summer (soon gone).  Take it, play it, enjoy.

 It Ain’t Got A Name

Why Americans Refer to All Dance Music As “Techno” by Dan

Let me start out by saying, I absolutely positively irrevocably hate the term “techno” that all friends back home use to refer to everything we civilized people here listen to. Electro is not techno. House is not techno. Dubstep is not techno. Drum n’ Bass is not techno. Yes, its all dancey, but Techno for everything that its given us, frankly, sucks.

For all of its fallacies, it will also always win. Every genre, eventually, becomes techno – and we like it anyway!
Dubtrance is becoming huge. Just look at Magnetic Man and Katy B. We’ll here’s the third nail in the electrostep coffin:

Enjoy your eulogy, dubstep, for you do not have long.

PS this song is absolutely and completely sick.

Magnetic Man by Dan


Let me tell you about three young men named Skream, Benga and Artwork. They went on a magical adventure together. When they returned from this adventure, they were Magnetic Man – and so much more than the sum of its parts, Magnetic Man has so far released one track and had one top 10 single. Their fourth coming album is gonna blow minds and eardrums and if you’re anyone who’s anyone, you’ll be at their October 30th show in Sub Club, Glasgow. There has been quite a bit of hype thus far about Magnetic Man live shows. From everything I’ve been hearing, they sound like the Daft Punk of dubstep and drum n bass – using three computers to build original live renditions of their studio tracks. Skream and Benga have said they will mix in parts of their solo tracks as well. Dubstep mashup anyone?

Check out their most recent radio show from August 4th:

Magnetic Man – Radio Show

Lazers Never Die – Rave Review by Dan

maja laza
This EP is what MIA’s horrible new album should have sounded like. The opening track, Sound of Siren sounds like an anthem for our scandalous, thieving, decision-regretting generation. The EP keeps going with tracks like Good Enuff (Cash Flow Dub) and Bruk Out (Buraka Som Sistema Remix) that could keep the party chilled for hours – in the best of ways.
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