If you perform with a giant light-up mouse helmet on your head, chances are you understand how to grab people’s attention. Whether Twitter-feuding with Arcade Fire, describing a rival DJ/producer as “McDonald’s,” or admitting that entertainers like himself mostly just press play on stage, Joel Thomas Zimmerman has repeatedly proven to be a natural born [...]
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“after his Brooklyn Fire debut of “Bass Beeshan” it was clear Sonny Denja had a lot more to say. Based in Italy, his global sound has found a home in both my sets and on Brooklyn Fire’s release schedule. It was an easy decision to work together on something cool and when Skrillex’s Recess album dropped, we both gravitated toward Stranger. After a barrage of emails back and forth we present you with our bootleg leading up to my EDC Vegas performance on Friday night. We hope you enjoy it as well as get a taste for what the future holds for this talented producer and friend!”
Stranger (Tommie Sunshine & Sonny Denja bootleg) ✞ free download
Skrillex was tasked with putting together this year’s Bonnaroo Superjam and he curated a star-studded lineup, including Lauryn Hill, Warpaint, Zedd, Doors guitarist Robbie Krieger, A$AP Ferg, Janelle Monáe, Thundercat, and more. Most of the artists stuck to covers, with Warpaint doing their take on Technotronic’s “Pump Up The Jam” and David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance,” [...]
Some exciting news from Gosteffects! This Friday, Skrillex’s Mothership Tour begins & the 1st stop is Oklahoma City at the Zoo Amphitheater. Ghosteffects will be playing that night along with Skrillex, Dillong Francis, What So Not + Milo & Otis, DAMN what a night!
Since Ghosteffects is the local here, he’s giving away 2 tickets to the show on his Facebook page + his remix of Skrillex’s “Fire Away” track, from the new album Recess. OKC, don’t miss out!
Fire Away (Gosteffects remix) ϟ download [like required]
Bonnaroo has announced the lineups for a trio of Superjams at this year’s festival. The annual improv sessions have previously featured D’Angelo’s return to the public eye and the one-time-only collision of John Oates, R. Kelly, and Billy Idol, and at least one of this year’s two lineups seems primed to offer something memorable. That’d [...]