Living in Colorado is amazing. Not only are we surrounded by beautiful mountains, for the most part pretty great weather and great people, we also have what is known as Red Rocks season. The time of year where no matter what genre of music you listen to, our summer days and nights are filled with listening to beautiful music at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
Of course, this particular weekend was going to be louder than the rest, as Global Dance Festival was taking place and it is truly an event like no other. Walking in during the evening was a treat as I had the chance to listen to a new up and comer Saturn who was doing a great job at getting the crowd hyped. No matter what you stand in the amphitheater it really is a great view all around and even up as high as I was during his set, I had no problem dancing and hearing the music perfectly. Of course, when you are 16 and playing at such an amazing location as Red Rocks, you definitely know at that point to bring your A-game. (more…)
EPIC Productions has been granted the great opportunity to premiere EDX‘s 230th No Xcuses radio show, and the day is here!
EDX has created a name for himself that goes beyond the EDM scene. The impeccable Swiss DJ has toured all over the world and have made populations of people fall in love with his music. With a career that’s spanned over 10 years, Maurizio Colella aka EDX has a longstanding dedication to the scene that’s been built around his distinct progressive flair – counting remixes for the likes of Calvin Harris, Avicii and Kaskade as well as recently referencing the old school for “Remember House.”
To prepare for the premiere, we got in the mood by jamming out to EDX‘s remix to Spada‘s “Catchfire [Sun Sun Sun]“, which you can listen to below and purchase HERE.
Without further anticipation, we bring you the premiere of EDX‘s No Xcuses 230. Listen, share and ENJOY!
Talk about being on a roll – for the past three months, The Chainsmokers have released a baller song every four weeks. Better yet, their latest one might be my favorite.
Tough call since “Roses,” “Let You Go” and “Good Intentions” are some of my favorite Chainsmoker originals, but I was beyond excited to hear their latest release. I immediately recognized the bubbly beats and poppy vocals from their recent live set at the MANIA festival in Atlantic City, so I knew I was in for something good.
Self-described as having a Rugrats feel to it (I get kind of a Japanese anime vibe from it too), the song really does make you want to go out and buy a waterbed. But since my landlord won’t allow it, I’ll have to settle with dancing to it on solid ground for now. Drew and Alex, aka The Chainsmokers duo, hit this song’s groove right on the nose. It’s got their signature, fresh originality we’ve grown to know and love, soothing vocals, a great bass line and their genuine talent as producers all wrapped up into one track.
Even though its summer, there are a ton of people(including myself) who won’t be able to attend HARD Summer. Whether it be work, not working enough, lagged on getting a ticket, summer school, can’t find someone to watch your cat or anything, the folks over at HARD have given Bay Area residents a cure. HARD has been doing somewhat of a tour across the country including stops at Red Rocks and now a special stop in San Francisco.
This Friday will be the first ever HARD San Francisco event at SFs historic venue, The Armory. The Armory is located in the Mission District and has one of the most notorious histories known to SF buildings. What started out as a National Guard Facility is now the backdrop to sexuality workshops and owned by an internet pornography producer with a focus on BDSM. We’re curious if some of the sets will be present among the thousands who attend this HARD event.