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Entries in Kill the Noise (7)

Thursday
Jul192012

Preview: Global Dance Festival at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

EDM Lounge could not be more excited for three days of bumping house, trance, and dubstep this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the dramatic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO! The Red Rocks has hosted some of the biggest names in Rock n' Roll, from The Beatles to U2 to the Grateful Dead, but this weekend get ready for a Rocky Mountain Electronic invasion!!! 

With a seriously stacked lineup Friday and Saturday, and one of the best bass lineups, the highly-anticipated 10th annual Global Dance Festival is going to be an experience no raver could ever forget.

Friday

Krewella (9:30 - 10:30 PM, Global Bass Stage)

Truly a unique act within EDM, Krewella is one not to miss this weekend at Red Rocks. The Chicago-based trio is known for melding melodic progressions with jaw-dropping bass. A Krewella show is an energetic contagion - don't miss it. 

Hardwell (9:30 - 11:00 PM, Globaldancemusic.com Stage)

This Dutch House star has risen to the top quicker than anyone we've ever seen. Hardwell produces a consistently crowd-pleasing sound, and his live sets are always something to write home about. 

Knife Party (11:00 PM - 12:30 AM, Globaldancemusic.com Stage)

Rob and Gareth have carried dubstep into the mainstream with their hard-hitting bass drops and unique production style that screams GORE! Get ready to rage (valley)!

3LAU (11:30 - 12:30 AM, Global Bass Stage)

When he's not busy studying at Washington University in St. Louis, he's up making beats or touring the country. 3LAU (pronounced "BLAU") is one of the newest stars to hit the EDM scene, and it looks like he's here to stay. We're really looking forward to seeing his set, which should be chock full of innovative Progressive House originals and killer bootlegs. 

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Monday
Apr092012

Review: Tommy Trash at Webster Hall NYC

The amount of talent in New York City this past weekend was astonishing. Picking and choosing between shows to see proved to be a chore. However, Webster Hall was absolutely the place to be Friday night. The line for entry extended around the block, and the the venue was packed solid. Fans anxiously awaited the London-based rising star Tommy Trash to take stage.

The ARIA Award-nominee began his set at 1:30am, without the use of any fancy visuals, which he frankly didn't need. Known for his real dirty sound, he wowed the crowd with a collection of his own originals, remixes, edits and bootlegs sending fans into a dancing frenzy.

Tommy Trash began his set with originals Monkey See Monkey DoCascade, and Future Folk, transitioning flawlessly into remixes of Zedd's Shave It, and Dada Life's Kick Out The Epic Motherf**ker, and then back into originals Sex Drugs, Rock N Rolland The End.

He certainly commanded the crowd like I've never seen, keeping fans begging for more. Well-known artists Kill The Noise and Feed Me were spotted on stage to support Tommy Trash; at one point security was seen scolding Kill The Noise for parading around the stage (how dare they)?!

As promised on the DJ's Facebook page, "If clubbers expect to hear me play a lot of my own stuff then that’s what they’ll get. But also I plan on remixing my remixes and remixing my originals specifically for these shows. It will be a unique experience in that clubbers will only get to hear these tracks by seeing me live. They’ll get special versions that no other DJ has" Tommy Trash delivered just that. He brought the rockstar vibe to Webster Hall, head-banging and raging along with fans during his entire set. This is a live show you surely do not want to miss!

Review by Laryssa Loza

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