HARD Haunted Mansion: Friday preview
HARD Haunted Mansion makes its way to The Shrine this Halloween weekend. The two-day festival starts Friday the 30th and continues on Saturday night. Though HARD summer was shut down early due to the Fire Marshall, this weekends set boasts an even more impressive line-up and has the majority of our DJ’s in eager anticipation. Doors will open both nights at 7pm, with music running from 8pm to 4am. For tickets, check out HARD Haunted Mansion’s site.
Deadmau5: Toronto producer Joel Zimmerman has caught crowd attention for both his Mouse headgear and world-class progressive electro music. Deadmau5 found success around the globe, including back-to back Juno Awards for Best Dance Recording of the Year in 2008 & 2009, a 2009 Grammy nomination for Best Remixed Recording and an appearance on Armen van Buuren’s State of Trance radio show. Expect a stellar set from the headliner.
“Faxing Berlin” Deadmau5-faxing berlin
2 Many DJ’s: Belgium based David and Stephen Dewaele have operated under previous monikers of Soulwax and Flying Dewaele Brothers before. The duo made the name famous with the Soulwax release of the “2 Many Dj’s” album, which featured a mix of everything from Salt n Peppa’s “Push It” to Basement Jaxx’s “Where’s Your Head At?”.
“DARE (Soulwax Remix)” Gorillaz – Dare (Soulwax Mix)
A-Trak: New York based, Montreal born Alain Macklovtic h has been mixing since he was 12, and was entering competitions alongside Mix Masta Mike and Mister Sinista at 15. He won a world DJ-Battle at 15, and traveled around the world for competitions. Since then, the hip-hop rooted DJ has earned a following and worked with the likes of Kanye. Check out our USD Radio interview with A-Trak
“Mastered feat. Lupe Fiasco” mastered
Bloody Beetroots: Italians Bobby Rifo and Tommy Tea have been putting together some of the harder hitting electro out there lately. There punk rock base mixes with house for a unique style. This summer they dropped their “Romborama” album, which will surely get playtime at HARD. Plus they’ll doning their signature masks, that come from “the Italian Commedia dell’Arte, a 16th Century Venetian form of social satire in the theatre”
Check out our USD Radio interview with the Beetroots
“Warp 1.9” feat. Steve Aoki the-bloody-beetroots-feat-steve-aoki-warp-19
Check out the Official Hard website here