Mike Taylor is an artist. He doesn’t like to be labeled as part of the electronic or hip-hop or soul, or any other scene.
Dillon Francis first made a name for himself by pioneering the Moombahton movement, and being the first such artist to achieve a number one spot on the Beatport chart.
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Major Lazer’s new EP, Apocalypse Soon, could be called “more of the same”–but when sameness means wild new sounds and guest appearances by producers from all over the globe, it’s actually nothing to groan about.
Here at RVA Magazine, we believe you should never have to wander the streets begging people for the haps. There’s a plethora of top-shelf dance parties happening around town this and every week to get everyone turnt up, so to help you along in your quest to get ridiculous, here is our list of the go-to parties for any given night of the week in Richmond.
Milkman is the stage alias of Electronic & Dance music producer Gregg Luskin from San Diego, CA. Milkman began his career as a mashup producer/DJ in 2007. From 2008 – 2011, Milkman toured the country extensively while simultaneously pursuing a degree in Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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Experimental electronic music producer Darren Cunningham, under the moniker Actress, has just released his 4th full length LP, Ghettoville, on the Werkdiscs label. Over his career, Actress has accumulated labels like Techno, MicroHouse, and IDM. Despite these labels, his music isn’t easily categorized, and the songs on Ghettoville are far from a club atmosphere.