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Video: Destroid Live @ Warfield, San Francisco

After a critically-acclaimed 10 track album release The Invasion featuring collaborations with the likes of Bassnectar and Far Too Loud (album stream here), the Dubstep collective has set off on their tour of North America guns fully loaded. The trio of Excision, Downlink, and Pendulum drummer KJ Sawka have been drawing attention for months now since the announcement of their revolutionary new style of live performances reliant on wireless MIDI controllers and digital drum kits. A quick look at the video below will have you assured that this experiment's about to take the bass world by storm in a fashion more riotous than any metal show. Prepare to be Destroid this summer when these three launch you to the stratosphere!

By Edward Fancher


(Video) Skrillex Lights Hair on Fire At His Own Birthday Party

Sonny was getting boozed with some Dub-whores for his birthday Tuesday at a private party in LA, when he got those famous locks a little too hot. Thank TMZ for this gem, I'm laughing my ass off right now. What a fucking idiot. This is what happens when Ellie Goulding breaks up with you. This.

By Edward Fancher


"Kangaroo" - Sander van Doorn

Released today is a heavy electro original from Sander van Doorn and Julian Jordan. Ever since Sander dropped "Kangaroo," a feel-good, upbeat party anthem at his set at Ultra Music Festival, it has quickly become one of his most sought after tracks. The preview last month made us salivate, and I can happily say to all fans of energizing House - the anticipation of this release is finally over! This song is packed with good vibes, and will send a ripple of life and energy through any rave crowd.  he music video released by Spinnin Records shows just that! So sit back, enjoy these Electro beats and reminisce about your own Ultra Music Festival experience. 

Out now on Beatport!

By Jessica Radtke


Amazing Aerial Footage of Tomorrowland 2012

Tomorrowland is a place where Yesterday is history, Today is a gift, and Tomorrow is a mystery - and this video truly captures the magic of the largest EDM festival in the world! Big shoutout to our fan Rutger Geerling for sending this our way, it's sure to be a huge hit on the web! Be sure to watch this one in full screen!

Here's what the photographer Rutger Geerling had to say about the footage on his blog:

"I’ve been wanting to do evening photoshoots from the sky at EDM events for years. However, Hollands tough safety laws don’t allow flying after dark. But even at earlier timeslots I had never managed to get a helicopter available to me for a shooting. Then, late June, luck turned. As senior photographer for Q-dance I was granted heli-time at Defqon.1, not just any slot – a LATE shot, the latest possible in Holland.

At exactly 22:05 I took off for a 20 minute shoot in which I could expand my imagination to the limits. Thanks also to the new camera equipment like the Canon 1Dx (amazing noise-levels at 800-1600ISO) and the stabilizer from the 70-200IS II telelens, also by Canon, the photos came out incredibly good with never before seen camera-angles. I immediately wanted to up the ante: Tomorrowland was just weeks away and in Belgium one is allowed to do nighttime flights. I explained the organizers my plan to do something never been done before: a risky shoot over the mainstage during the massive fireworks! With a simple “make it happen” things were set in motion: a time-slot was reserved for me and all that was left was mentally preparing myself for the technically difficult shoot ahead.”

By Edward Fancher


Track of the Day: "Organ Donor" - Sultan & Ned Shepard

Sultan & Ned Shepard give DJ Shadow's Organ Donor a progressive house spin that does the original justice. "Organ Donor" has more drops than a rollercoaster while maintaing its driving club pace. This is definitely a track to bump at a party! With this track and the massively popular "Walls" (featured on Tiesto's Club Life Vol. 2) in their recent arsenal, Sultan & Ned Shepard are only going up in my book.

By Joe Walker