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Just a week ago Aussie darling Chelamade her US debut at SXSW…

Just a week ago Aussie darling Chelamade her US debut at SXSW where she danced up a storm at showcases including IHEARTCOMIX, Aussie BBQ, The Green Room, Kitsuné & Vitalic Noise. This follows her second collaboration with Kitsuné on her Zero EP, officially out now on iTunes. Written + composed by Chela & Le Bruce & produced by Le Bruce, “Zero” is a single for the hopeless romantic in all of us. “We can punch the air together to this,” Chela says about the track. The full EP features remixes from Keljet, Knuckle G, Nick Lynar, Sable + Clancy.

To celebrate the Zero release + a successful SXSW, Chela is giving away the Clancy remix & has announced a string of Australian tour dates kicking off on April 25th in Melbourne.

Zero (Clancy remix) // download

Australian Tour Dates:

04.25 Melbourne at Shebeen
05.01 Brisbane at Alhambra Bar
05.02 Adelaide at Rocket Bar
05.07 Bondi at Beach Road Hotel
05.15 Fremantle at Mojos Bar
05.16 Perth at The Bakery
05.17 Sydney at Civic Underground

Today Nick Van Hofwegen, known only until now as Young &…

Today Nick Van Hofwegen, known only until now as Young & Sick, exposes a more restrained + gut-wrenching facet of his songwriting with “Heartache Fetish”. The self-titled album drops April 8th (pre-order it here).

Heartache Fetish // buy

Upcoming tour dates:

06.10 Shubas – Chicago, IL
06.11 Pike Room – Detroit, MI
06.12 The Drake – Toronto, ON
06.14 Great Scott – Boston, MA
06.17 DC9 – Washington DC
06.18 Johnny Baradas – Philadelpiha, PA
06.19 Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
07.03 Indipendent – San Francisco, CA
07.06 Barboza – Seattle, WA
07.08 Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, BC
07.09 Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR
07.11 Kilby – Salt Lake City, UT
07.12 Lost Lake – Denver, CO
07.15 Riot Room – Kansas City, MO
07.16 Demo – St Louis, MO
07.19 Forecastle Festival – Louisvlille, KY

On the heels of 2 sold-out NYC shows, 6 performances at SXSW + a…

On the heels of 2 sold-out NYC shows, 6 performances at SXSW + a sold-out show in Los Angeles on Monday night, London collective Jungle have announced they’ll return to N. America this June. Kicking off on June 6th in LA at the El Rey Theatre the band will travel across N. America ending the tour on June 19th in Philadelphia (full list of dates below). Jungle will release a 12” EP this May on XL Recordings that includes “Busy Earnin’”, “Platoon”, & “The Heat,” which will be followed by a debut album this summer.

Based around a core musical duo known simply as ‘J’ & ‘T’ who expand to a thrilling 7-piece live band, Jungle make mesmeric, modern soul with true global appeal.

“Busy Earnin” is the groups 3rd single. It’s music video is directed by Oliver Hadlee Pearch and the band’s own ‘J’, the same team that made the videos for Jungle’s previous acclaimed singles, “Platoon” + “The Heat,” which all have now been viewed over 4.9 million times between them.

JUNGLE North America Tour Dates

06.06 El Rey Theater – Los Angeles, CA
06.07 The Independent – San Francisco, CA
06.09 Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
06.10 Neumos – Seattle, WA
06.13 Fine Line Music Cafe – Minneapolis, MN
06.14 Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
06.15 Lee’s Palace – Toronto, ON
06.17 The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA
06.18 Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
06.19 Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA

Riding high on the momentum from the dual release of their…

Riding high on the momentum from the dual release of their FABRICLIVE 74 compilation (out yesterday, 03/18, via fabric) + the Beatbox EP (also out yesterday, via OWSLA) UK production duo extraordinaire, Jack Beats, are gearing up for a tour across the US, Canada & Mexico this April + May. The latest EP from the pair of DJ Plus One & Beni G features two new cuts “Beat Box” + “The Ill Shit”, which both highlight an exuberant & joyous facet of today’s deeply-grooved electro house.

The tour kicks off in Austin, Texas on April 24th at Kingdom & will traverse across the continent until May 10th. Support on this tour will be coming from Brooklyn’s unrivaled king of heavy bass house AC Slater.

Beatbox / buy

The Ill Shit / buy

Upcoming tour dates:

04.24 Austin, TX at Kingdom *
04.25 Boston, MA at Prime *
04.25 Providence, RI at Therapy (late night show) *
04.26 Miami, FL at Grand Central*
04.29 Washington, DC at U Street Music Hall *
04.30 New Orleans, LA at Republic
05.01 San Francisco, CA at Ruby Skye
05.02 Phoenix, AZ at Smashboxx
05.03 Salt Lake City, UT at Great Saltair
05.04 Mexico City, MX TBA
05.06 Santa Ana, CA at The Observatory *
05.07 Los Angeles, CA at Sound
05.08 San Diego, CA at Fluxx *
05.09 Seattle, WA at Foundation *
05.10 Vancouver, BC at Imperial *

* with AC Slater

Bringing the best that both sides of the Atlantic Ocean have to…

Bringing the best that both sides of the Atlantic Ocean have to offer, May of 2014 will see London based Mat Zo + LA-based Kill The Noise combine forces to bring fans 11 explosive tour dates in some of the most premier venues, theatres, + night clubs in N. America. Having recently worked on music together, the 2 decided to team up & hit the road – bringing both their 2 worlds & fans together for a night all about music.

Mat Zo is known for his boundary-blurring productions that have dominated Beatport for the past couple years, including his Beatport #1, “Easy” (with Porter Robinson) + “Pyramid Scheme” featuring Public Enemy’s Chuck D. With everything from French house to hip-hop on his recent #1 iTunes Dance Album Damage Control, Zo’s genre-wrecking visions were realized in the most explosive manner imaginable.

Jacob Stanczak, better known as Kill The Noise, is one of America’s biggest dance music exports. Applying unique sound designs + a production expertise for blending genres, styles & tempos, Stanczak has earned a reputation as one of dance music’s top producers.

Mat Zo – Lucid Dreams / buy

Kill The Noise – Mosh It Up (Henry Fong Remix) / buy


05.08 San Francisco, CA at Regency Ballroom
05.09 Vancouver, BC at Commodore Ballroom
05.10 Edmonton, AB at Union Hall
05.16 Detroit, MI at Elektricity
05.17 Los Angeles, CA at Palladium
05.22 Houston, TX at Stereo Live
05.23 Miami, FL at Grand Central
05.24 Toronto, ON at Koolhaus
05.29 Denver, CO at Beta Nightclub
05.30 Montreal, QC at New City Gas
05.31 Washington DC at Echo stage