Soul Clap loves Miami. And we can't lie -- we love them right back.
These past couple years, the Bostonian boogie specialists have made the 305 their home, and they even wrote their debut album EFUNK down here, as we told you back in March.
Now local and international fans alike will be stoked t ... More >>
When did June become Miami's hottest month? And no, we're not talking about the weather.
The arrival of summer has brought electronic dance music's biggest names to the Magic City. From Avicii's tour stop at the American Airlines Arena to Tiësto's Club Life party at LIV, this month has proven to ... More >>
Disc jockeying is certainly a respectable craft. It requires certain skills, like programming a track selection and beatmatching/mixing records. But let's face it, we give DJs way too much credit -- all they do is play records.
There's something about the improvisational spontaneity and the hands-o ... More >>
Seth Troxler We've said it before and we'll say it again: Miami's underground EDM scene is on fire!
This week alone, there are five world-class bookings. And there's a little something for everyone, from the dark minimal techno heads to the leftfield live electronica connoisseurs.
We've got the ... More >>
If you think that innovation in house music has already hit the roof, then you need to lend an ear to Brooklyn's No Regular Play for some of the freshest, most forward-thinking sounds to rock a machine drum beat. Since joining the Wolf Lamb label-collective in 2009, Nick DeBruyn and Greg Paulus ... More >>
Steven Ford, alias Bruno Pronsato, is one of those rare but increasingly ubiquitous contemporary techno producers with a background in some disparate instrumentalist music genre (see Adultnapper, who started out as a hardcore punk rocker, or No Regular Play, whose Greg Paulus hails from indie fol ... More >>
No Regular Play is the Brooklyn-based production duo of Nick DeBruyn and Greg Paulus (originally of indie darlings Beirut). Part of a new American generation of EDM producers rooted in more instrumentalist-based music forms, their experimental genre-bending take on house and techno defies all exp ... More >>