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ENTER. Ibiza Week 10, Space Ibiza (live stream video)

Week 10 brings another unique and impressive line-up with the hotly-tipped Montreal duo BLOND:ISH playing at ENTER. for the first time, joined on the Terrace by Argentinean producer / DJ GUTI, and Ireland’s MANO LE TOUGH returns for his second date with ENTER. In Mind,

ENTER. week 8 LIVE from Space Ibiza

Tune in now and watch the LIVE broadcast of ENTER. week 8! ENTER.Sake features residents HITO and BELLA SARRIS joined by ENTER. friend and regular DUBFIRE, a perfect way to start and his set here last summer was a genuine ENTER. highlight. In the Main

MUST SEE! Monday #7 – Stream Basement Jaxx’s New Album “Junto”

  Bassment Jaxx returns to the world of electronic music with their newest album titled Junto, after taking a nearly five year long hiatus.  The album will be released August 25, 2014 on Atlantic Jaxx/PIAS America.  It is now available to stream through Pitchfork by clicking on


TEALCHEESE & DISCOSWAG MIXTAPE #1 PLEASE SUPPORT THESE ARTISTS: (Dj set by Phoenix Jagger) Something in the water – Peter Graham and Chris Lorenzo We don’t sleep – Billy Kenny Regulate – De Contrebande TurboSteppa – Kry Wolf and Claude VonStroke Lost – Anime Edge


When new EP’s hit the digital stores nothing gets people more excited than the anticipation from the wait to see what type of sounds will pump through the speakers next!  RUSKO, known for his eclectic “dubstep” production and performance has kept the masses waiting for

Chanel West Coast

I think what impresses me the most about Chanel West Coast is to watch her on MTV’s “Fantasy Factory” and “Ridiculousness” being the butt of every Rob Dyrdek  joke. I almost played the fool, then I listened to her music and realize that “dumb blonde” is just

Nick’s Top 20 Under Rated Albums Part 1

(1) The Mars Volta- “De-Loused in the Comatorium”: I still remember the first time I ever heard this record, and I’ll probably never forget it. Unfortunately, the members’ old band, At the Drive In (who was great, absolutely) get most of the credit for “revolutionizing