We first set shore in Delphia Anartica which is known for its 5 star restaurants and very exclusive nightlife. Staying at the the Snow Hotel we ventured our way down the spiral staircase carved out from glacial ice venturing in a dark tunnel that connected to a lush red lounge. The lounge was full of the mysterious; a sense of uniqueness that was unidentifiable to the naked eye. I looked up and realized i was listening to the sounds of Pezzner. Was this just a dream?
Dirty Vegas just passed us an exclusive “Electric” podcast. Representing their eclectic taste, the Dirty Vegas mix is an all around party mix featuring pop tunes along side dance anthems by Robyn, Shit Robot, Underworld, Groove Armada and many more. They even throw down some Hall & Oats!
The new album, “Electic Love”,comes out in April. Steve, Ben, and Paul will be hitting the road including dates at SxSW, WMC, and UMF Week. UPCOMINGDATES
March 10th – Miami, FL @ GUESS Lincoln Road
(Acoustic In-Store) | 5pm-7pm | Free w/ RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
March 10th – Miami, FL @ The Setai
An Intimate Evening With Dirty Vegas | Free with RSVP.
March 16th – Austin, TX @ The W Terrace
Om Showcase | Invite Only
March 24th – Miami, FL @ The New World Center
Performing with a 30 Piece Orchestra. Tickets Available here
How do you throw a party? Tapas, sangria, a DJ who also sings, plays guitar, flute, horn and keyboard (Chuck Love!) and, of course, a marching band. That’s what Barcelona-based retailer Desigual did earlier this month with the help of OM Records and 944 Magazine. (Union Square, 101 Powell St. @ Ellis) [click here to check out the photos]. The “atypical” store launch was Desigual’s way of saying Hola! to San Francisco. Check this hot-of-the-press video love letter to the Bay.
If you missed this one, Desigual is doing another event with music, cocktails, and food on Friday March 11th hosted by 944 Magazine. Click here to RSVP.
Just announced! SF will not be the same this summer as Desigual just announced that they are bringing their Underwear party to SF. Check out the video from NYChere.
Posted by: g.win on February 24, 2011 @ 4:47 PM
Posted in: Events
We’re so excited to have the legend, Ian Pooley as an extended artist here at Om. What would Ian Pooley play? Check out his brand new DJ Chart he just did for Beatport to find out. The chart includes his recent Smoke N’ Mirrors release, “Give You Up”.
Click here to check out the chart.
We can feel the excitement! True old school Ommies have been buzzing about the release of new material from Soulstice. Well, this video makes it official! Check out the video teaser for “In the Light”, which comes out in May on Om Records.
Keep checking back for more updates on Soulstice and follow Gabe, Gina, Andy, and Mei Lwun at their official Soulstice Facebook Page Here.
June 18th on Governors Island, New York, People Under The Stairs will be performing at the first-ever Governors Ball Music Festival.
The Governor’s Ball Music Festival is a one-day music festival on June 18, 2011 set on New York City’s Governors Island.
The festival will bring together some of the biggest names in electronic, hip hop, and indie music to celebrate the kick-off of Summer 2011.
There will be performances from noon until midnight (no overlapping sets!), as well as other activities, great food, great beer and wine, and great people.
Before there was the recent wave of Dubsteppers, there was Ming & FS. The group fused hip hop, breaks, electro and dub beats to create a genre mashup (early dubstep) with titles like, “Hell’s Kitchen”, “Uncle Bubble”, “Hijack Disco” and many others. Ming has been recently doing remixes for people and looks like FS is also back now on the bass scene with this big dubstep remix of Nicki Minaj “Massive Attack”.
Download the track and pick up his new EP “Yup / Touch O Klass” out now.
In celebration of the new year, Om Records is proud to present it’s latest compilation highlighting Om’s present lineup of hot artists like Dirty Vegas, Groove Armada, Underworld,Amp Live, Wagon Cookin’ as well as other Om favorites like Samantha James, and Greenskeepers.
Some of the featured remixers on this release are: Grum, Kaskade, Mike Monday, Michael Woods, Tommie Sunshine and more.
This 10 track compilation also contains a previously unreleased Mike Monday remix of the upcoming Dirty Vegas single “Changes” along with a 52 minute continuous mix by Al Velilla.
The release is available at your favorite Digital Retailer everywhere.
Click HERE to purchase.
Posted by: paul on February 22, 2011 @ 12:13 PM
Posted in: Music