Tag Archives: electronic music
Brazilian beat genius DJ SPY unleashes the potent beauty of “By Your Side” to a Calgary crowd dripping with anticipation for the cinematic oeuvre. A classic drum n’ bass tune of the modern era. It’s been my favourite of his seeming boundless stream of creativity, so I wanted to grab a video of the [...]
Amid the flashing lights, cerebral techno and pulsating crowd intent on getting the most out of the evening’s British music offerings, Annie Mac stepped up to the decks and gave the Canadian partiers a dose of sonic energy.
(@ Freedom 2011 ) Congrads to the Guvernment Entertainment Complex which was rated 27th best club in the world for 2012 by DJ Mag for its 4,000 capacity parties.
You may remember the lovely images brought to you from Castle Mountain’s end-of-year “Slush Cup” festivities via Frequency Horizon (if not check ‘em out here). But turns out that was but a mere warm-up for the big show up at Sunshine Village in Banff, where their own event maintains a world-class aura and entertains hundreds [...]
This was the scene of the Plump DJ mele. Vivid to say the least. The artistic electronic melded with the spirit of motion for an all-encompassing experience. And for fans of this Frequency Horizon blog, you will recognize the next live clip from the show… You guessed it: Gobstopper
DJs throw down for the tourists and locals, although the selection of dubstep and top 40 tracks leaves you wanting.
Best electro house track I heard all week, hands down. Make that best Plump DJs song of all time as well. And of course the video is killer. Nothing we love around these parts more than watery things squirting everywhere and people getting punched in the face, especially in slow motion. The song has promise [...]
Together frequency sensei Aphex Twin and mischievous punk rappers Die Antwoord rocked what was identified as KOAN SOUND – AKIRA at the London Electronic Dance Festival last summer. In case you hadn’t heard. Aphex Twin, the veritable Windowlicker himself is even listed on their “CHOMMIEZ” page. I guess they’re just the right kind of creepy [...]
The frequencies shooting out from this uptempo mix seem to bleed out of the keyboard in blue and across the secondary monitor in amber waves. You know this just spells good things to come.