Saturday Night Session 011: EJ scores the most unconventional residency there is, and talks being the anonymous musical face of Formula E

Moments are more sacred than the reprieve Saturday night provides from the daily grind of work and school. Its importance is supposed to be emphasized, and a feature dedicated to ldquo;doing rdquo & the night ; was born. Saturday Night Sessions are put around energizing. New or old, each episode has just one foundation thing
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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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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 77

Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly selection of songs from DA handling editor Robyn Dexter. Having a taste that can only be called diverse — to say nothing of a title which lends itself into punnery — DA is pleased to provide a choice of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure. Listen in playlist format here. After
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Review – The Knocks Took The Bluebird To Studio 54

Cue the house lighting the rush of passing talks — the resolution into dance , the intrigue — it’therefore showtime, along with the Knocks are doing. The New York-based electronic duo looks combined together ‘The City That Never Sleeps,’ a Studio 54 version, remastered into the lifeline of now. Indulgent and hedonistic since the former
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Tomorrowland continues with lineup release: DJ Snake, Alison Wonderland, and more in newest wave of artists

Tomorrowland was keeping everyone on their toes by simply dropping a few names from their 2019 lineup every day per its normal antics. The lineup is expected to be published by the close of the week, and so far, the artists which the festival has announced do not disappoint. Fans of each genre, including hip
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TÂCHES fuses minimal dance and palpable global flavors in new ‘Heart Over Heels’ EP

TÂCHES further expands his audio palate through the launch of his shiny Heart Over Heels EPoff his Glitter Cowboy imprint. This project is still another case of the British enigma’s appetite to split his own path through noises melodies, and structures. From the sounds of it, TÂCHES is Talking in following trends, yet comes with a
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Trevor Noah, Lizzo, Jason Aldean, Norah Jones and more Denver shows on sale

“The Daily Show” sponsor Trevor Noah was known as an acclaimed stand-up until he stuffed the desk on that long-running Comedy Central series, so it is logical that he’d utilize a few of his precious spare time between tapings to remain limber onto stage. The 34-year-old South Africa native will make his debut as an
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DANGER takes listeners on a journey of discovery in new full-length album, ‘ORIGINS’

Admirers of French electro know that producer DANGER has become seemingly synonymous with the genre. The graphic designer-turned-musical pioneer has been releasing music under the moniker for years, originally choosing to do so anonymously. Now revealed to be Franck Rivoire, he has released his second full length album in just two years. Sixteeen-track ORIGINS heavily draws upon
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WAVEDASH release final track to complete their ‘Opening Ceremony’ EP

Texas-bred trio, WAVEDASH, have illustrated they are a bass-breathing force to be reckoned with thanks to the release of their four-track EP, Opening Ceremony. After monstrous collaborations with both NGHTMRE and SLANDER, they have fittingly released the EP on the aforementioned artists’ jointly owned label, Gud Vibrations. The compilation falls right in the sweet spot of
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Show You Should Know – Minnesota Rockers Hippo Campus and Now, Now to Play the Ogden

Now, now, don’Can one fret — The Ogden will exhibit a piece of Minnesota’s rock scene this Saturday. Headliner Hippo Campus has been supposed to perform with support from fellow Minnesotan indie folk-pop band Now, Now. Founded in 2013, Hippo Campus maintained intentions in their approach. “We had been at high school and the main thought
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