If you have been following dance music over the last couple years, chances are the name “KANDY” rings a bell, with recent releases on Dim Mak, Buygore, Mad Decent, and more, this producer is definitely one to Keep your eye on. Kevin Schuppel AKA KANDY sits down with Matthew Adell from Metapop to give us some insight on his creative process for remixing.
Whether you are a veteran producer with multiple tracks topping the charts or a young grasshopper just popping open the box for Ableton Live, the basics can be, and often are overlooked. With the seemingly endless effects and functions in any DAW, it can be easy to get lost in translation, this is why understanding the fundamentals is essential. While youtube tutorials and forums can usually answer any question you might have, the Manual from Ableton is an awesome tool that should be at the top of your list when you need a little help. Get your knowledge on here : Ableton Reference Manual
Skrillex hopped on the decks with Wiwek and Snails for the last installment of OWSLA Radio and the trio dropped a ton of new music as well as many of their classics for almost 2 full hours of bangers! Turn up your speakers and enjoy :
Disclosure is well known for their live performances, usually held in enormous venues containing thousands of people, but last week they played a live set in their kitchen streamed via Facebook. With over half a million views and climbing, this low key performance struck up quite a fuss among old fans and new followers. Watch here :
If you are curious about their elaborate setup, they break it down for us with Red Bull Music Academy here:
The Chainsmokers can’t stop making hits, most recently “Roses” and “don’t let me down” have dominated the charts and stages, and now their new single featuring vocalist Halsey has reached #1 on Itunes charts and is surely to be a summer anthem. Check out the video below and stay tuned for more new music!
If you listen to dance music, have been to a festival, or don’t live in a cave you have probably heard the name “Bassnectar”. He has been somewhat of a forefather in the bass music scene and his shows have been known to be extra LOUD. Last year, at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater the music was so loud the venue was forced to bring new regulations. Due to these new regulations Bassnectar decided to move his concert to Dicks Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City due to lack of noise restrictions, and now the residents around this venue are quite upset about the event. Read the original article from Fox News to see what they had to say!