Show You Should Know – Turkuaz at Ogden Theatre

Turkuaz is a musical experience unlike any other. The group packs their stage with multi-instrumentalists dressed in a rainbow of colours plus belt out an eruption of all “powerfunk” — a union of funk, alternative, rock, R&B along with psychedelia — to a entranced audience. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, the group has started a
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Afrojack’s Sold-Out NYC Show Was a Much Needed Nostalgic Trip [Interview]

Afrojack might have played a lot of throwbacks, however, in addition, he revealed a track before Ultra. Co-written with Nisha Stickles Performer Nick van de Wall, better called Afrojack, headlined his first concert at Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner this Saturday. And before the series, EDM.com had the opportunity to catch up with the Dutch DJ happening
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Watch Cirez D and Adam Beyer play three hours of proper techno from a Brooklyn warehouse

After Cirez D and Adam Beyer unveiled four back-to-back operation dates in August, the artists declared their intent to utilize the collaborative arrangement of the then-upcoming shows as a means to “push the bounds of how techno can be presented. ” Cirez D along with Adam Beyer went to collectively provide a forward-thinking and transcendent
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Jack White Blondie Cover From 1997 Surfaces

In a recent blog post in support of Cassette Store Day, Third Man Records co-founder and White Stripes archivist Ben Blackwell dropped the information he had stumbled upon a tape from 1997 that included an undocumented Jack White appearance. In the extended piece Blackwell written for Discogs qualified Why Cassettes Are The New 45s, he
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