Happy Summer Solstice, Bumpers!
To celebrate we are bumping our favorite remix of Lana del Rey’s classic summer tune, “Summertime Sadness”, compliments of Asadinho. This brilliant mix of Lana’s monster hit fills us with light and energy. Here comes the sun!
Did anyone catch Shaun Frank at ExchangeLA this past Saturday for The New Order Tour?!
He absolutely killed it! As did his fellow comrades, Bee’s Knees, SNBRN and Dr. Fresch. Not only did their sound slay but their visuals were fantastic! The vibrant colors mixed with abstract graphics did nothing but add to the good vibes on the dance floor.
Did you make it to ExchangeLA? Who was your favorite set of the night?✨
This is one of those beautiful, refreshing tracks that make you realize that everything is going to be alright, and that we should enjoy each and every day. Such a joy to be alive. Thank you Sundara Karma and Roosevelt for the fresh remix.
As Bump Day comes to a close, I believe a dance party is in order.
Bump on, my dudes and stay stompin’. ✌
Sonny Fodera straight up murders this remix. The vocals are extremely contagious and the beat is almost too dirty… WOO. Can’t wait to drop this bomb at my next performance.
It’s a very happy Caturday indeed, with a new Lane 8 (Daniel Goldstein) banger that cautiously stalks its prey, building to a powerful attack on your speakers. This track starts off serene and builds steadily into a strong and prolific beat. We hope all you slinky cats out there enjoy this Midnight ride!
Wherever your day takes you, we hope you all dance til Midnight and beyond…
Lane 8 – Midnight
“La musique chasse la haine chez ceux qui sont sans amour. Elle donne la paix à ceux qui sont sans repos, elle console ceux qui pleurent. “
“Music takes away hate in those who are loveless. It gives peace to those who are restless, she consoles those who weep.”
With ‘Close Enough,’ newcomer, Alyx Ander, delivers an upbeat laid-back groove that features a great vocal performance and powerful song-writing from Maria Z.
Alyx, a past graduate from LaGuardia Arts (the school made famous by the film, FAME) was himself a vocal performance student but found his true calling in the producer chair and is now based in Miami, Florida where the beach and tropical lifestyle has obviously influenced his music.