Category: Interview

Laugh Your Ass Off In This 13 Minute Flosstradamus Interview With Narduar

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Trap frontrunners Flosstradamus officially "made it" as they joined the ranks of artists who've chatted with hysterical Toronto based interviewer Narduar. The king of digging up things about his interviewees about subjects they had forgotten blew Josh & Curt away, and gave them some classic gifts while they reminisced. It's pretty hilarious to see the Floss guys in such a hilarious light. Watch below and enjoy!

Nardwuar vs. Flosstradamus

Skrillex and Flume Collide Forces

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Skrillex has jump started his 2014 by taking a trip down under to perform a string of shows in Australia while jumping in the studio with Flume and Emoh Instead of What So Not. The Grammy winning Producer / DJ made a pit stop at the infamous Triple J radio studio’s and shared juicy details on what he has in store for the music community, the first time he “lost his shit” seeing Daft Punk live, and hitting the studio with Flume and Emoh of What So Not (pictured above).

“I’ll be seeing Flume into the studio tomorrow, so maybe we’ll make something, who knows?…. I mean technically What So Not is the artist on the [Shore Thing] lineup, so maybe we can do some stuff with all of us”

By the sound of it, Skrillex is fully motivated to finish up music for his next big release which should be his debut album and it’s only a matter of time before we’re hit by another surprise attack of new music. Check out the interview below and watch Skrillex going b2b with What So Not live in Sydney, Australia! Enjoy

Skrillex – Triple J Interview

Here is video of Skrillex with both Flume and Emoh Instead of What So Not Playing live in Sydney

 

UPDATE: A$AP Rocky confirmed in the studio last night with Skrillex and What So Not.

A$AP Rocky, Skrillex, What So Not

Skrillex and Boys Noize Talk Dog Blood Collaboration and More In Behind The Scenes Video

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“If you want to make amazing music, get together with a friend and start your own little scene that can become a community…”

What seemed like an unorthodox pairing from the start has turned into a worldwide music phenomenon as the partnership of Skrillex and Boys Noize as Dog Blood created a whirlwind of attention this year. Both pioneers in their respective genres, the collaborative efforts and unique on stage chemistry of Sonny and Alex have rocked the very foundation of the electronic music community. The two were caught on film working on the new Middle Finger Pt 2 EP and shared what Dog Blood means to them along with some wise words for all you up and coming producers / DJs out there. Enjoy

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[EXCLUSIVE] Mat Zo Tells All About Debut Artist Album ‘Damage Control’, Beatport’s Top 100, Huge Collaborations and More In Intimate Interview

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TSIS’s Nick Guarino recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Mat Zo to discuss his debut album Damage Control, that is now available worldwide. Mat Zo granted us an exclusive inside look into the natural origin of the album, detailed stories on how some tracks came to life, and upcoming collaborations he has in the works, his thoughts on the Beatport Top 100, Bottle Service Culture, The Golden Age of Producer that is upon us and more. The UK native who now resides in LA has left the title for his album up for interpretation, but agrees that he will be causing Damage Control on the often stagnant electronic world. Listen to the album here, and read our intimate interview with Mat Zo below the player.

Mat Zo – Damage Control (Album Stream) | iTunes

TSIS: Your debut album ‘Damage Control” includes over 15 tracks while other producers strictly releasing single after single, what inspired this bold statement?

MZ: It wasn’t really a conscious move to be honest. It was more for myself to experiment with new sounds and produce music that differs from my previous releases.  Writing this album has been long process over the past 4 years and most of the tracks on the album now aren’t the same ones I started with back then… they’ve all evolved into different pieces and bits.

      “This album is my brains translation of everything that I’m into.”

TSIS: The album features not only Electro House, Trance, Drum & Bass, but Hip-Hop and Rock influences. Is this your life time of influences all conveyed into one cohesive project?

MZ: Yes. This album is my brains translation of everything that I’m into. After listening to a bunch of different genres over the last few years, ‘Damage Control’ features the output of what I’ve made from hearing those styles of music.

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW AFTER THE JUMP HERE

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Tiësto Interviewed by Hardwell About Career and New Artist Album Live at ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event)

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One of the highlights at this years ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) was the worlds new #1 DJ Hardwell speaking with the legendary  Tiësto about his lifelong career, state of the electronic music community, and more in an informative yet fun interview. Tiësto sheds light on releasing his latest artist album in 2014 and following up his previous 2009 release Kaleidoscope, which was a pivotal shift in his production from Trance to House. Tiësto’s newfound style derives from headlining massive festivals worldwide and being exposed to the progression of Big Room House and Trap music. This has allowed him to creatively fuse these genres into his own music. Tiësto also mentions being re-influenced by his older Trance sound from seeing so many amazing Trance acts play throughout the world since his last album release. He manages to let us know his next album is very different from anything in the past.

 Tiësto Interviewed by Hardwell About Career and New Album Live at ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event)

Tiësto interviewed by Hardwel at ADE 2013

Feed Me Talks Collaborations with Skrillex, Kill The Noise, Noisia, Short Film in Progress, State of Beatport Top 100 and more in Exclusive TSIS Interview

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Just a few days after releasing his well received debut album Calamari Tuesday, UK producer Feed Me sat down with us via Twitter to have a back in forth conversation about the industry, upcoming collaborations, his short film and much more.

He discussed in progress collaborations with Skrillex, Kill the Noise, Noisia, Zeros and Yadi. Leaving in with a wave of anxiety as we read the following tweet:

We then asked about his Feed Me monster and got filled in that his robotic re-creation is still happening and might be involved in a short film that’s in the ‘early stages at the moment’.

Feed Me recently looked into the state of electronic music via the Beatport Top 100 charts, we asked him his thoughts on what he found.

 

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