Gem & Jam schedule released

Gem & Jam schedule is out, start packing! It’s that time again, and though it seems like festival season just ended, it’s time to warm up our souls and dance in the desert! While most of us are still reflecting on those memories that brightened our hearts, I’m headed down to Gem & Jam Music […]

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Gem & Jam returns January 25-28, 2018

GEM & JAM RETURNS TO PIMA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, JANUARY 25 – 28, 2018 Tucson, Arizona (July 6, 2017) – Gem & Jam Festival has announced it will be returning to Pima County Fairgrounds for a second straight year, January 25 – 28, 2018. Coming off a transitional year, which saw the fan favorite festival move from Downtown Tucson to a […]

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Flying Lotus/Thundercat collab

Earlier this week, experimental producer Flying Lotus uploaded three previously unheard tracks on his SoundCloud. These songs were conceived during the recording sessions of You’re Dead! , his most recent album released in 2014. Two of these songs, “NO feeer Thunderrcatt2010″ and ” Haleys line//thundercat” feature prominent jazz/funk virtuoso Thundercat. “NO feeer” has a very ecstatic bass […]

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Chemical Brothers feat. Q-Tip – Go

Legends at play. The Chemical Brothers are returning with a new album, bringing with them a wealth of experience that few names in any genre can claim. And, they’ve brought friends along, working with Beck, St. Vincent, and Q-Tip. ‘Go’ is an undeniably fun track from the forthcoming release, far less hypnotic than the typical […]

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Event Preview- Glitch Mob @ House of Blues, Boston MA

Tomorrow, pioneering electronica trio The Glitch Mob return to Boston for their second appearance within the year, to liven up the House of Blues. It seems as though popular demand for The Glitch Mob and their new live experience, “The Blade”, has not yet been satiated, as EdIT, Ooah, and Boreta take to the road yet again for another […]

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Lemaitre-High Tide

Norwegian electronica trio Lemaitre are at it again, this time on the beautiful, piano-tinged ‘High Tide,’ which sees the group at their most complex to date, at least in terms of layering. Solid lyrics complete the package. Wait for that debut album and hit play below. Adam De GreeDaft Punk’s Alive 2007 introduced me to […]

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Volor Flex & Encode – Altiplano EP

Volor Flex teams up with fellow Russian producer Encode (who some of you may recognise from his stomping drum & bass productions) to give us the Altiplano EP for Dark Clover. Fusing elements of dark ambient, garage and downtempo, the tone of the work feels reminiscent of Burial, but that’s not to say that the EP is simply copycatting […]

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Lung – Wait Less Suspense

Cardiff-based producer Lung‘s debut LP for Med School landed a couple of weeks ago and yielded what I can only describe as mixed blessings. When he gets it right, the young talent really hits the mark, but too many of the songs over-indulge in formulaic vocals for the work to feel consistent or innovative. This […]

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Odesza – My Friends Never Die

Seattle electronic duo Odesza did not disappoint with a single track on their debut release Summer’s Gone. If the first track from their upcoming EP, My Friends Never Die, is any indication, their next release will not disappoint either. My Friends Never Die is one of those singles that screams re-playability. It is a perfect […]

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