Dusk Underground Music Launch party at Beat Bar

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So, after Dusks exciting start to 2013 bringing a unique twist to deep house events in Leeds they are moving forward to their next project in the music industry and are launching a record label. After weeks of searching through Sound cloud, Mix cloud, Youtube and Blogs INDRA was discovered with a unique sound to his productions he was the first DJ for DUM to approach. With songs storming on Subsoul YouTube channel and his productions having a unique and creative edge. INDRAs magical and majestic take on garage is like no other. Working extremely hard on his productions and mixing skills only feels right to have him headlining our launch party and making his Leeds debut. It will be a showcase of the artists and all their own creations making it a truly one of a kind night and an experience not to be missed! 

INDRA takes to the decks for Dusk Podcast 004

It’s enough to get you grooving isn’t it?

Well the giving does not stop there! Dusk has released their first E.P. as well, especially for all of our edgy as hell house lovers! This is up for free download courtesy of Lee Sanderson!  Feel free to give him a like on Facebook! (www.facebook.com/leesandersonmusic)

 

So, now I have you all pumped and rearing to go! Get buying you tickets ready for Saturday it is going to be a biggy!

 

Happy Listening x

Is Underground House Music Dying?

I have come to realise in the past few months how much the underground house music scene is changing and slowly becoming more commercial.

Whilst sitting in a small commercial bar, having a few quiet drinks to the sound of Rhianna, followed by Justin Bieber I suddenly heard a change in the music, the song next was Julio Bashmore – Au Seve, which was then followed by more typical, cheesy RnB tracks. 

Having been told of this track along with others, such as Maya Jane Coles and Duke Dumont – The Giver being played in many commercial venues across Leeds, I ask you, is underground house music dying? What is classed as underground music nowadays? 

I used to love this scene more than anything (and still do), but having been to several venues (of which I will not name) recently, only to see violence including people being bottled as well as Jersey Shore like ‘posers’ prancing around with no shirts on barging into people, who are just simply wanting to have a good time.

This scene used to be about the love of the music and the love of other people and I, along with many others are scared that this is coming to an end. Seeing the likes of Circo Loco becoming more of a ‘cool trend’ than about the music, after their long, amazing history just hurts me inside. 

What does everyone else think of this? I think it is a great topic for discussion.

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