The boys of Cash Cash came back to native NYC on Friday for one amazing kick ass night and Joonbug got to check it out!
Our feet hurt and we still hear the bass...that's gotta be a sign Joonbug had as great a night as everyone else at Pacha this Friday. The main floor was crowded with a mix of people ranging around 19-25. From hippie tops, eclectic band tees, Pacha gear and some just straight topless... people flooded in to see the trio.
Best friends and brothers Jean Paul Makhlouf, Alex Makhlouf and Samuel Frisch recently killed it with top hit Take Me Home ft. Bebe Rexa. This amazing group has gained international success and recognition for their great dance remixes.
Flux Pavillion and Dillon Francis have been on each others radar for a while now. They both have come up together in the EDM scene around the same time, and have conisistently been on the same festival set lists. So it was only time for this collaboration to occur.
"I'm The One" showcases Dillon and Flux's signature moombhaton and dubstep styles respectively. Both sounds bounce off each other to making a huge anthem for fans of both rising underground genres. This track will appear on Flux Pavillions upcoming release, Freeway EP. Give it a listen, and let us know what you think.
Josh Steele, better known as Flux Pavillion, was fresh off his performance the night before at the Wescott Theater, ready to play for another sold out crowd. With a packed out theatre, Flux was ready to come back with a fresh reload of the bass cannons. Playing all his hits, as well as some of his new stuff, the dub wubbers all got to hear what they came to hear: that raw dubstep. It was nothing more and nothing less than that.
DJ and producer Diplo popularized the phrase, “mad decent,” when he created the LA-based record label in 2006. Artists signed to the label include, but are by no means limited to: Baauer, Dillon Francis, Cookers, Flosstradamus, Major Lazer, Rusko and Zeds Dead.
Two years later, Mad Decent began hosting block parties, and up until last year, MDBP was both a free and for all ages event. In 2012 MDBP reached Toronto and four major cities in the U.S.: Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. With bigger and better artists than ever before, it was inevitable that, this year, the parties would become ticketed events. The block parties began on July 19th in Calgary, AB and will conclude on September 15th in San Diego, CA. The remaining cities that will be/already have been played include: Las Vegas, Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Ft Lauderdale, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Dallas, Detroit, New Braunfels, and Los Angeles (see schedule and purchase tickets here).
The buzz surrounding Flux Pavillion's brand new EP, Blow The Roof is anything but quiet. His first release since Lines In Wax in 2010, has the dubstep icon soaring to new highs as the eight track EP brings a new brand of dubstep to the electronic dance community.
To celebrate, Flux is playing a DJ set straight from London called 'Flux Goes Live!' hosted by The Warner Sound. Catch the livestream up top and be sure to subscribe to The Warner Sound's YouTube channel for future live events and interviews!
Hundreds of LED lit balloons marked the sky as we gazed over what had become our home over the past four days. It was the last show, the final push. We were running on fumes and anticipation after a weekend full of countless standout acts. This was the set we had been waiting for since we were fourteen, sneaking Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg CD’s into our sister’s Walkman to memorize every explicit detail of what would become so monumental so quickly. As we stood amongst the masses in complete disbelief, the entire weekend flashed before our eyes.