Category: Exclusives

Sonic Selections Presents: Meltdown Mondays 12.7.15

So many cute little synth pop jams to dish out to you guys this week! Enjoy! StéLouse – “Couch Surf” StéLouse (Denver) is really one of the few original future producers that I can still listen to and enjoy. His tracks…

TWISM & B3RAO Fade to Grey

The early 80’s was the herald of a whole new approach to music. On one side of the spectrum was the beginnings of hip-hop and rap. On the other side of the spectrum was the counter-culture, hair-metal and without being too…

Sonic Boom Radio 062 feat. Aardy [Hyderabad, India]

Are you ready for some heavy hard hitting Techno? For our 62nd Sonic Boom Radio we feature Aardy who is viewed as one of Asia’s most promising Techno exports. Warehouse, Dungeon, Deep, Futuristic Techno, these words describe Aardy. His presence behind the…

Gorillaz Start First Album in 5 Years

Blur is about to embark on its first Australian tour in nearly 20 years. With that, front man Damon Albarn has announced the start of a new album with his side project Gorillaz. This is their first studio album in…

Sonic Agenda Exclusive Interview: ALX

Space Miami Resident Alex Sanchez, better known by his stage name ALX is a lifelong music lover who fuels his audience by combining deep and energetic styles of music from across the globe. Weekly ALX serves up sexy doses of Techno, Deep Techno, Deep…

Sonic Agenda Exclusive Interview: Dada Life

Nearly a decade ago, Swedes Olle Cornéer and Stefan Engblom formed the house music duo Dada Life. Since then, they have taken the music world by storm with a seemingly endless supply of dance hits, smiles, bananas, and champagne. Fans…

Sonic Agenda Exclusive Interview: Bass Kleph

When it comes to putting in work and being on the grind Bass Kleph is EDM’s version of Nyjah Huston. The Los Angeles based DJ/producer has managed to maintain the ‘grind it out‘ mindset throughout his career. Whether he is producing…

Sonic Agenda Exclusive Interview: CNTRL

CNTRL established a groundbreaking model of daytime lectures on music, technology, and their intersection and nighttime performances that proved to be a first for the genre in 2012. Now, that template expands and evolves for 2015, hitting more markets across…