Check out these great photos from Dirty Vegas performing their Soundsystem show during SxSW at the brand new ACL Live venue. All photos are taken by photographer Tim Mosenfelder and you can visit www.soundspike.com for more photos.
Om partnered up with the brand newW Austin to present three eclectic music events outside on the brand new W terrace. We brought our good friends dubFrequency and Nylon Magazine and it became an epic rooftop party. From house to dubstep to rock and pop, the events went off. We hit capacity multiple times throughout the day and even drew out some famous and familiar faces. Check out the photos below by Ronny’s Photo Booth.
Thanks to our friends at dubFrequency, W Austin, Ambhar Tequilla, K-Swiss, Beatport, and Nylon Magazine.
Here is the new music video from Dirty Vegas for “Changes” directed by James Gooding. The video picks up where “Electric Love” left off. In “Changes”, the guy’s obsession with his office co-worker (Jena Malone) is finally shed.
Watch the “Electric Love” music video to connect the two here.
Production Company — Martin Marprelate/Hungry Man/Picture Farm
Record Label — OM records
Writer / Director / Producer / D.P — James Gooding
Assistant Producers — James Covill, Martin Box, Arianne Culley
Line Producer — Charlie White, Tearlach productions, Madison, Al
1st AD — Samantha Wear
Gaffer / Grip — Bill Schweiker
Set PA — Tyler Gibson
Digital Technician — Tommy Hodge
Editor — Chad Horner, Lost Planet, New York.
Grade — Aubrey Woodiwiss, The Mill, London.
Art Director / Prop stylist — Dan Mazikowski / Lawayne Butler
Assistant Art Director / Prop stylist — Scot Birchfield
Wardrobe — Ilaria Urbanati, The Wall Group, Los Angeles
Make up — Heather Partain
Hair — Bobbie Payne
Catering — Ashley’s Creative Catering
Account — Cindy White
Posted by: g.win on March 20, 2011 @ 9:43 AM
Posted in: Music
Miami twice in one month? We’re headed back to Miami for the biggest US electronic / dance music festival, Ultra Music Festival. If you are UMF bound, be sure to check out Om artists at the festival.
Legends, Underworld will take over the mainstage on Saturday playing a headlining set to the masses. Expect a visual and audio experience with new hits like “Scribble” and “Always Loved A Film” alongside classics like “Born Slippy (Nuxx)” and “Rez”. Underworld will headline the mainstage between 8:45pm-10pm.
Just added are Om’s newest signing, Dirty Vegas. Ben, Paul, and Steve will not only be playing once but twice! On Saturday night, you can check out a special DJ set in the Heineken dome between 4pm-5pm. On Sunday, the Dirty Vegas will be playing with a full live band on the mainstage between 1pm-2pm.
Also be sure to check out our SF homies, the Dirty Bird crew as they bring a little bit of San Francisco to UMF.
Here’s your Om UMF schedule.
Our good buddy, Olivier Desmet and his Amenti Label are doing something great. The Nebu Soku’s “Destination: Tokyo” is available now on Beatport. Amenti will donate 100% of proceeds to the Red Cross to support relief efforts for those affected by the earthquake in Japan.
On Thursday March 10th, we headed to Miami for Winter Music Conference. We partnered with our friends dubFrequency and clothing company GUESS to present an intimate DJ showcase at the beautiful five star hotel, The Setai. The lineup included The Whooligan, Colette, and Dirty Vegas. The DJ stage was built over a reflection pool in the amazing outdoor courtyard of the hotel.
Thanks to our friends at GUESS for helping to create this special epic night!
D-Pulse, are a Saint-Peterburg based band that has become one of the most exciting groups out of Russia this past year. The band has had releases on respectable labels like Nang, Kompact, Kitsune, Gomma and Theomatic to name a few. They’re resume also includes recent performances at Yota Space with Hot Chip and remixes for SPACE, KDMS and most recently, Crazy P’s Hot Toddy.
At 16, the band released their first album inspired by French electronica acts like AIR and Daft Punk. Early supporters for D-Pulse include Laurent Garnier, James Zabiella and Pete Tong. Their style of production is not specific to one style or scene, instead it’s a mix of styles encompasing everything from nu-disco, jazz, funk, house, and more.
Check out and download this amazing Balearic disco inspired remix of Hot Toddy’s “Down To Love” and add it to your set!
Click Here To Purchase Hot Toddy “Late Night Boogie” on Smoke N’ Mirrors
For those in the know, Aima the Dreamer has been rockin’ crowds for years as a vocalist and MC with groups such as J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science, The Mamaz, Goddess Alchemy Project and Jazz Mafia’s Brass, Bows and Beats Hip-Hop Symphony. All of this in addition to her own solo project has given her a variety of outlets with which to harness her energy as not only
a talented MC and vocalist, but also as a strong, feminine woman who easily holds her own amongst a male-dominated industry.
As a freestyle rapper, poet, singer and versatile MC, Aima the Dreamer brings her array of talents and influences to the masses by way of her mixtape, available August 3rd, 2010. In addition to the mighty J-Boogie, the mixtape features a who’s who of underground and independent artists including Lyrics Born, Bassnectar, Crown City Rockers, DJ Vadim, Bunny Mack,Sola Rosa, Brass Mafia and many others.
The mixtape, simply titled, ‘AIMATHEDREAMERMIXTAPE featuring J-BOOGIE’ takes the listener on a musical roller coaster with vibes ranging from straight up Hip-Hop and Rap to Funky Soul and Electronica-infused R & B.
Aima the Dreamer – Hip Hop Her (JBoogie’s Timbaland rmx)
Brass Mafia – Nasty Boys f. Emily Schmidt and Aima the Dreamer
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Out to the Bay f. Capitol A & Aima the Dreamer
Raashan Ahmad – Breath f. Aima the Dreamer
Aima the Dreamer – Sound the Alarm (JBoogie’s JA rmx)
Goddess Alchemy Project – Lustre Queens f. Aima the Dreamer
Crown City Rockers – Clap Your Hands f. Aima the Dreamer
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Revolution f. Lyrics Born & The Mamaz (Vadim rmx)
Bassnectar – West Coast Lo Fi Rides Again (J-Boogie remix f. Aima the Dreamer)
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Leave It All Behind f. The Rebirth & Aima the Dreamer
Sola Rosa – All You Need f. Aima the Dreamer (Jboogie SOS rmx)
Aima the Dreamer – Step Back
The Mamaz – Scandalous
Crown City Rockers – Bom Bom f. Aima the Dreamer
The Mamaz – Therapy (Jboogie Izza Kizza rmx)
DJ Vadim – Talk To Me (JBoogie rmx f. The Mamaz)
Aima the Dreamer – Rattle (JBoogie Concumbia rmx)
DJ Emancipacion – What’s My Name? f. Aima the Dreamer
Fred Everything & JT Donaldson Memories f. Aima the Dreamer
Bunny Mack – Let Me Love You f. Aima the Dreamer (JBoogie Step Now Leftism rmx)
J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Type of Girl f The Mamaz (JBoogie Zombie Jerk rmx)
Dj Moar Love f. Aïma the Dreamer
Dirty Vegas is gearing up to release the second single from the upcoming album, “Electric Love”. Coming out this Tuesday, “Changes”[part 1] features massive big room remixes. On remix duty, everyone’s favorite electro house-cat, Felix Da Housecat, Blonde Rocka (aka Ben Harris of DV), Julien Nolan & Red-Eye and DJ Ortzy.
Have a listen below. The single is available at digital retailers on Tuesday March 8th.