The headliner was Longwalkshortdock, who is also definitely worth checking out if you're in to slightly heavier stuff. He's regarded by most people who've seen him (as well as numerous other artists) as one if, if not the bets live acts. Insane visual set up and energy.
Hell yeah! I posted this video earlier in the thread.
^^ By any chance did you go to Thomas Gold at Roseland Ballroom?
I did not, did you? I saw him at this small-medium sized club in Hartford, CT, called Room 960. It's funny every once and a while they bring in the names that are/were just about to blow up. This was when he had just come out with his set fire to the rain track. Incredibly nice guy, got to meet him.
Ingrosso and Axwell's rumored new track. They've been opening with it on all their SHM stops. I like, great forceful entrance. Has the snare that Nari and Milani originally used in Atom that I loved, kind of an echo/drag to it.
Anyone here produce their own stuff? I've been producing different kinds of music for about 5 years now. Did the producing for a New England hip hop crew which was fun, and last year i got it into trying to make some house tracks. I had garageband and got Logic a year ago, makes garage band look like complete childs play which i knew it would. I have a midi keyboard i've always used and downloaded the Sylenth Synth for logic which is great, very user friendly, you can mess with their pre-sets, or make your own. You can recognize producers sounds on it (Avicii's woodblock, Synth Hardwell uses)
Been following Oliver for a while -- they've done some great remixes and have a few originals floating around on their soundcloud... this is from their first real EP, 'Mechanical'. If you like Boys Noize you'll like this. It's better than them actually IMO.