5 Artist Side Projects You Might Not Know About

It is almost impossible for artists to only keep one project under their belt. Many artists in dance music have very creative abilities, but instead of including those talents in their main act; artists start up side projects to show off different interests they have in music. Artist’s having different aliases demonstrate how DJ’s have

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Throttle – Japan

Throttle – Japan Australian DJ/Producer Throttle released today his new single ‘Japan’. The 22 years old, famous for reinventing disco and adapting fusing his groovy, upbeat style unleashes his new track. Although it might not be what we’re normally used to, the song maintains Throttle’s main ability, making everyone dance, enjoy and have a good

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Amon Tobin's 'Only child Tyrant' Released 'Time To Run' Album

Beyond having solidified his mark as a pioneer, Amon Tobin continues to push boundaries with his Only Child Tyrant alias releasing an album titled Time To Run out now Nomark. Finally arriving, this album was delivered chasing Monkey Box which introduced the project. The album brushes itself with aggressive, abrasive and experimental tones allowing the

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QUIX & Adventure Club – Life Long After Death

QUIX & Adventure Club – Life Long After Death QUIX & Adventure Club just released their insane collaboration ‘Life Long After Death’ on Dim Mak Records. Featuring vocals from badXchannels, this track is a complete work of bass-filled art. ‘Life Long After Death’ opens up with instrumental undertones and strong, melodic vocals from badXchannels. The

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Detroit’s AfroFuture Fest Drops Plans To Charge White Attendees Double

An upcoming music festival in centered on Black creatives caught some flak for charging white attendees double than what they were charging attendees of color. The organizers of AfroFuture FEST have decided to change the policy but maintains their intentions were solid. WWJNewsradio.com reports: Organizers of AfroFuture FEST, described as centering on Detroit’s Black Magic

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Afrofuture Fest Criticized for Race-Based Ticket Prices

Afrofuture Fest in Detroit faced heavy criticism over their initial ticket prices. The festival’s original Eventbrite page listed “early bird POC tickets” as $10, and $20 for “non-POC” tickets. The festival is promoted as a “360 transformative dreamscape centering Detroit’s Black magic performers and artisans with community. “ View this post on Instagram OFFICIAL LINE

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