This past Friday, Timeflies took over Terminal 5 in NYC. They played to a packed crowd of screaming fans and proved they are players to watch out for in the music world. The stage presence between Cal and Rez was filled with charisma as they connected with their fans from the stage. Accompanying that charisma, was an immense amount of energy showcasing their versatile approach to each song they performed. The guys were pumped being in their respective hometown and it showed. They played a mix of well-known songs (with a Timeflies twist, of course!) as well as their own productions.
The duo is currently on their first headling tour, 'The One Night Tour,' which goes through November hitting 35 cities. We were able to catch up with them to see what their production routines are, how social media has helped them and what type of music they plan on making in the future.
If you could vote for anything in the world, what would it be? Keep that in mind next month, which marks one of the biggest politcal months of the year. In attempt to encourage the youth of the nation to vote, the PSA video, "Vote 4 Stuff," is compiled of our favorite celebrities dishing on what they would vote for in support of the upcoming election month.
Vote 4 Stuff is a nonpartisan campaign conceived and produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. The campaign is being used to urge voters to share what they would vote for (it could be anything!) in a 30 second video. The future outcome is aimed to drive as many people possible to register to vote and get out to the polls on November 6th.
We here at Joonbug love when we come across game-changing music talent. This is exactly why we're currently obsessed with Timeflies. A music duo that is creating new waves in the music biz by creating noise with no limitations. Their productions boast rock, pop, electro, and hip hop sounds--giving new life to each genre.
After meeting during college in Boston, Cal and Rez both had musical backgrounds. In time, they would come together to form Timeflies. Gaining attention for their remixes and singles, they realeased their first album, "The Scotch Tape," last Septemeber where it reached the iTunes top ten chart and hit # 2 on the iTunes Pop chart. In July, they released a mixtape, "Under The Influence," and are planning to release their second album this fall.
Norman Doray has been on a wild ride these past few months. Coming off his huge North American tour in June, Norman jumped right into promoting his summer hit “Celsius,” and played around the globe including dates in Ibiza and alongside Thomas Gold on Governors Island in NYC. With no intention of slowing down, Norman continues to kill it introducing a new collaboration with the Nervo twins and diva vocalist Cookie called “Something To Believe In.” The track is fit perfectly for the dancefloor.
First premiered on MTV Clubland, the video chronicles the typical club night as the spinsters take to the streets of New York. The day session finds them out partying at Neptunes Beach Club in the Hamptons for a seaside afternoon gig before jetting down island for a late night house session at Pacha.
The fall North America tour kicks off October 10 in Boston and sees shows out west and down south. Watch the vid below and check out the tour dates. For more information visit Norman Doray's Facebook page.
This was no typical Saturday in Central Park. The Upper East Side was about to get christened by rave kids of all kinds and most importantly, by 1/3 of the Swedish House Mafia, Mr. Steve Angello. He brought his expertise in doing what he does best to the Size Matters event and put on one of the most memorable EDM shows New York City had seen the entire summer.
Rumsey Playfield was home to the sold out, 'Size In The Park,' with Steve Angello headlining along with mates from his Size Records, Third Party, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, AN21 and Max Vangeli. Making their NYC debut, Third Party dropped a lot of their own tracks including, "Thank You," feat. Loleatta Holloway and their remix of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, "Otherside." An impressive set to say the least, Sunnery and Ryan created an elaborate tone playing funky house tracks that no music lover could deny. They dropped classics like Joe Brunning's "Now Let Me See You Work," and the most refreshing bootleg of the whole set, Hardwell's "Spaceman" vs. Ultra Nate's "Free.” After, AN21 and Max Vangeli hit the stage shining with a set heavy on beats with original tracks like, “People Of The Night,” (feat.Tiesto) and "Fresh Start."