Category: Local Shows

Boston Goes Hard In The Paint This Weekend With Life In Color ‘The World’s Largest Paint Party’

“The World’s Largest Paint Party” is coming to the Boston area this Saturday and you will not believe what they have in store this year! Life In Color (aka LIC) is bringing some of the top EDM talent you have been, (hint) craving to Edward A. LeLacheur Park in Lowell, M this Saturday (9/17). Based...

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Sonic Agenda Presents: Trancesend Thursdays 08.11.16

Welcome back to a new episode of Sonic Agenda presents Trancesend Thursdays. Ahead of Standerwick coming to Icon this Friday alongside Kaeno, we’re kicking things off strong with his latest, Predator, featuring Chris Schweizer. Keeping up the pace, we’ve got the latest from Seid Van Riel & Mike Sanders and Tempo Giusto with some absolutely...

House Of Yes Remembers & Honors The Victims Of Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub With Benefit On June 19th

Following the unimaginable and heartbreaking tragedy that occurred at Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub, Brooklyn’s House of Yes woefully joins the rest of the nation in supporting the victims and families affected by the terrible incident. As a manner of standing in solidarity with the entire LGBT community, House of Yes hosts Glitterball: A Benefit For The...

Dancing On The Charles Season Opener!

On these beautiful, sunny, summer days how badly do you want to have a refreshing drink with all your friends outside by the gorgeous Charles River? Now that summer is back, you can! This Saturday May 21st, Boston’s favorite day party “Dancing On The Charles” returns! Located at 442 Marsh Post in Cambridge. “Dancing On The...

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Sonic Selections Presents: Trancesend Thursdays – Bryan Kearney

Welcome back for another edition of Sonic Agenda Presents: Trancesend Thursdays! Tomorrow, Bryan Kearney will be making his Icon debut thanks to The Vanishing Point and Escala, adding to the list of legends passing through Boston in this very special time to be a fan. If you haven’t heard of Kearney by now, you must...

Moby Releases ‘Music From Porcelain’ The First Comprehensive Collection Of His Music To Accompany The Release Of His Memories, Porcelian

“Music From Porcelain” is the companion album to Moby’s book of memoirs entitled, Porcelain, (Penguin Press; May 17th). The album is a collection of newly re-mastered versions of classics including “Go!,” “Honey,” “Natural Blues” and “Bodyrock,” among many others, combined with a hard to get collection of classic Electronic music recordings from artists from 808...

Kill Frenzy Leaves Boston With ‘No Panties’

BINARY has been bringing their monthly dance party to Allston’s Wonder Bar in Boston. They have hosted past Techno and House music producers such as Treasure Fingers, Beckwith under the popular Anjunadeep label, Uncle Bob, Vanilla Ace, and most recently, Kill Frenzy. The Berlin-based producer was infatuated with early techno and house sounds coming out...

Dirtybird Label’s Kill Frenzy Allows Boston Fans A Chance To Get Down And Dirty With Him At Wonder Bar

Known for his sometimes suggestive vocals and gritty, ghetto house beats, Sébastien, aka Kill Frenzy is quickly taking off in the deep house world under Claude VonStroke’s dirtybird label. Belgian born and raised, he first started back when he was 17 when he was inspired by Chicago and Detroit based fast booty house and techno beats....

A Night With Patrice Baumel At Make it New

There are very few havens left for truly underground music in Boston. One of these shining beacons is Make it New, every Thursday night at Middlesex Lounge in Cambridge. Hosted by Cambridge based music production and DJ school Mmmmaven, Make it New has stood strong against the storm of commercial EDM for years, showcasing phenomenal up-incoming talent and...

Sonic Selections Presents: Trancesend Thursdays 03.31.16 [Ferry Corsten Edition]

Welcome back to another round of Sonic Selections Presents: Trancesend Thursdays. This week, ahead of the Ferry Corsten show at Ascend Nightclub, I’ve got a couple of his favorites you can expect to hear when you’re there. Following up with these are some of the best tunes of this week. First is the latest mainstage killer...