What better way to celebrate than by going to Old Wave at the Masquerade on Thursday night! Stay tuned as this writer still has a few more top tens in store. But they may not be open until 9 o’clock the next morning.
After a four year hiatus UK dance music veterans Dirty Vegas (Steve Smith and musical (and not genetic) brothers Ben and Paul Harris) are back on scene, with a new album and a new outlook. Paul and Ben took a few minutes to chat with the Examiner under the setting Indio California Sun, before their DJ set on Coachella Day 2.
Top Ten Janet Jackson Tunes – Janet Jackson rose to stardom in the mid-eighties and at one point was almost as popular as her brother.almost! With a fine library of great music, this one was tough to decide.
“Street King Immortal” is influenced by many genres like dance music, rock, hip hop and R&B. Previously, the album was going to be issued on 3 July 2012, but 50 Cent decided to make a new album consists of Murder by Numbers as a separate album. His previous album “Before I Self Destruct” was not a huge success like his other albums. That album just sold 160,000 copies in a first week in the United States. He was also working on his album “Black Magic” but has been postponed. He said that, Street King Immortal is not same as my debut studio album. He said that “Please make me the songs of great quality, not on the same concept that I have already done. Don’t hear both of the albums next to each other. Just concentrating on my actual project, you’ll feel easy.
TRANCEformation 02 features six local Dj’s and one live Dj set from Johnny Monsoon out of Seattle. Johnny Monsoon has a melodic progressive sound which peaks into an uplifting euphoric trance. He had his own show on c89.5 fm (one of the most popular electronic radio stations in the nation) for over two years. He puts out an extremely successful podcast that is consistently ranked top 25 and is one of the most popular podcasts in itunes. With roughly 150,000 downloads it’s clear people are digging Johnny Monsoon. He now spends his free time in the studio working on productions which will help take the step forward to the next level. He has opened for Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Above & Beyond, 4 Strings, Super 8 & Tab and Tom Novy to name a few.
BH: When we came to the states for the first time back in 2002. When we got to the middle of America, a lot of people were like “OH what”? They just didn’t get it.
Take some production notes. Dedicate a Word file to your production antics and type in some notes. I still do this after producing for over 7 years. Because there are different paths to the same results, it’s helpful to write things down so you can refer to them. When I look back at my own production notes, I see an evolution in my thought process which comes from practice and experience and I also find that I’ve developed techniques that work much faster than ones I’ve used before. This will also help guide you on your future productions as a sort of template or step by step process of what how YOU like to approach your music.
Admission is free from 10pm to midnight with this week’s password (HOLIDAY). After midnight or without the password the cover is $3 for 21 + and $5 for 18-20.