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I think soundcloud is the best application for music due to its background feature that enables the listener to carry on other tasks while listening to music . YouTube although great for the amount of music it has , the app cannot be minimized without losing the audio of the track you're listening to , unless i have missed some upgrade? So please posts the artists / festivals you guys are following on soundcloud for release updates , sample tracks , full tracks and DJ's for their sets ? Im following just a handful eg Zen Mechanics & Suduaya but am looking for a wider sel
Featuring some of NZ's best underground music producers redefining electronica with a uniquely Kiwi sound. Golden Bass brings you two cranking zones with Producers, DJs and Live Bands. Expect to hear a broad spectrum of musical styles - Dub, Reggae, Roots, Hip Hop, Glitch, Dub Step, DnB, Liquid, Mid Tempo, house, Deep House, Soul, Funk, Psychedelic Rock, Techno, Prog, Psy Trance alongside performance, shops and workshops. Enjoy a weekend camping in an idyllic, new location nestled between the bush clad hills of the Kahurangi National Park, yet only 15 mins drive to Takaka township. Shady
Help needed. I have been sending out promos of our forthcoming release to a bunch of DJ's (Playing big festivals etc.) but I lack a list of international local DJ's who play Goatrance. Any name is interesting as long as they actually do play on a regular basis. Hope you can help with an email or Facebook address.. Cheers Kristian
OOOD’YOU THINK IS TALKING? Way back in the ‘90s, Parallel PR’s Steve and Dex were involved with a monthly dance event called ‘Skankadelic’ in their home town of Banbury, and enjoyed performances from many up-and-coming young musicians and DJs. One band that stood out from the rest was ‘Out Of Our Depth’, who since then (and after a couple of personnel changes) have gone from strength to strength to achieve almost legendary status in the worldwide Psychedelic Trance scene, under the acronym ‘OOOD’. OOOD was formed as a three piece in 1994 by Colin Bennun, Steve Callaghan, and Nigel Bradbur