Anton Zaslavski aka "Zedd", the German producer who became an international star in 2013 thanks to his Clarity album which won a grammy for the album's lead single "Clarity" featuring Foxes. He set out on a year long Clarity Tour in support of the album and brought out a show no one would forget. Anyone who was lucky enough to catch a date of the tour was treated to a custom light and laser production setup that could light up a stadium, yet was brought to venues that were much smaller for an epic experience.
This 30 minute long documentary really captures the journey, from Zedd personally setting up the production on the first night to discussing speaking with Skrillex online for the first time to reaching out to Hayley Williams and the entire release around ’Stay The Night’ and much much more. This really lets you see a more personal side of Zedd showing you not only what nice of a guy he is, but also how hands on he is with the entire business of him as an artist which is rare to see.
To see Zedd experience such a level of success is really incredible making us think back to when Thissongissick actually brought out Zedd for one of his first shows in the US ever in Boulder, CO at the even more intimate Fox Theatre in 2011.
MTV hasn't been covering music in quite some time; their programming is almost exclusively filled with reality shows with the occasional award show. So earlier this year when we heard they would be covering the iconic TomorrowLand, we were both suprised and excited. They have released 3 hours of a documentary covering the 10 year history of the event and this year's actual festival.
For those who haven't been able to go quite yet this might be your best case of getting over FOMO until next year, or TomorrowWorld later this month. Enjoy!
Watch: Baauer & RL Grime & Ryan Hemsworth in Entertaining Full-Length Documentary on Infinite Daps TourPosted in Bangin, News, Video by nick | Tags: Baauer, Documentary, Infinite Daps, RL Grime, Ryan Hemsworth, Thump, Vice
Baauer, RL Grime, Ryan Hemsworth and Jim-E Stack all teamed up for aweseom run of shows Baauer labelled as the ‘Infiite Daps Tour’. Today we get an inside look at the shows, tour life, and general antics have been catalogued in this entertaining full length documentary thrown together by the fine folks of VICE’s Thump Channel. This is right after both Baauer and RL Grime have erupted with the Trap wave with countless fans seeing these artists for their very first time providing an unmatched level of energy. The video really lets us see a side of these guys as real people through events such as going to Wal-Mart that sometimes gets overlooked with the image of them as the DJ / producer they have to live up to. Enjoy.
Baauer, RL Grime and Ryan Hemsworth – Infinite Daps Tour Documentary
Diplo Talks About The Rise & Origin of The Mad Decent Block Parties in Official 2013 Recap Video, Shouts to one of the most influential artists / DJs and record labels out therePosted in Events, News, Video by Bryan | Tags: Block Party, Diplo, Documentary, Mad Decent, Mad Decent Block Party
Over the past few summers, there is one event we’ve all looked forward to attending at least once and hoped we wouldn’t have to travel far to witness the Mad Decent Block Party. The at first small idea from the likes of Mad Decent‘s head honcho Diplo along with label members Paul Devro and Jasper Goggins has evolved into a major touring event that continues to set the bar for how to incorporate a neighborhood party atmosphere and provide fun for all showcasing some of the best music you should be listening to. The 2013 edition saw the MDBP expand from five stops to thirteen as cities like Las Vegas, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Atlanta, and were treated a full day of partying with some of electronic music’s biggest artists from multiple genres. Major Lazer, Zeds Dead, Flosstradamus, Danny Brown, Matt & Kim, Riff Raff, Baauer, Big Gigantic, Dillon Francis, Griz and many more were all on hand at various stops along the way. They are talking about an even bigger event next year with potential stops at places ranging from Mexico City to Cleveland to Haiti haha. Check out this entertaining recap presented by Urbanears Enjoy
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick