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      Last week rising producer LIHO dropped a sick new original called “The Upside Down” paying homage to the instant classic Neflix original TV Series Stranger Things. The future trap banger has a mellow yet head-bang-worthy vibe to it, that even goes on to sample a character in the show before on of its drops. Stream
      The post LIHO – The Upside Down [Free DL] appeared first on EDM Sauce.
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      In case you somehow haven’t heard of Getter, he is one of the most well-known dubstep artists in the scene.  Along with being a producer, Getter has a clothing brand, called “Trippy Burger”, and a record label called “Shred Collective”.  He has also recently revealed his rap alter-ego “Terror Reid”, and has released multiple songs as collaborations with himself.
      Getter has been on tour since October, making his way through the United States.  His “Big Mouth Tour” ends next Thursday and Friday in Los Angeles with back to back shows at The Fonda Theatre.  Prince Fox, Minesweepa, Half Empty, and Sneek are also playing both nights.
      Tickets are available on getterofficial.com.
      The post [Event Preview] Getter Big Mouth Tour at The Fonda Theatre 11/30 & 12/1 appeared first on By The Wavs.
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      Vinyl has been making a huge comeback in the music industry as of late. With record stores gaining back their relevance, there has been a demand for modern technology to accommodate the surge of interest.
      VinylHub has created a crowd-sourced map that pinpoints all the best record stores on a global scale. On their website, VinylHub is described as “Discogs for record shops and record events.” However, it can even be seen as a hybrid of Discogs-meets-Yelp-meets-Waze, as users can make entries if their favorite stores aren’t listed. Active stores on the map show relevant information on the retailer, including hours, websites, types of music offered, and more.
      VinylHub’s mission is to “document every physical record shop and record event on the planet,” with around 6,000 store listings globally and counting. A platform like this interactive map could single-handedly turn hidden vinyl shops into tourist destinations around the world.
       
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      NASA’s ‘Voyager Golden Records’ series will be released via OZMA Records 40 years after its 1977 launch into space. The compilation will debut in the form of either a two-CD or three-LP box set on Dec. 1, thanks to a successful 2016 kickstarter campaign led by David Pescovitz of Boing Boing. The fully remastered box set will come with a 96-page book complete with a photographic history of the record series, and liner notes from the series’ original producer, Timothy Ferris.
      Astronomer Carl Sagan assisted in the creation of the ‘Golden Records’ collection, a grouping of sounds reflecting the musical climate of the period. The records contained music from Louis Armstrong and Stravinsky, classical masterpieces from Bach and Mozart, and records of the word “hello” in more than 50 languages should extraterrestrial life forms encounter the series.
      Those interested in pre-ordering the ‘Voyager Golden Records’ compilation may do so via Light In The Attic here. A “Sounds of Earth” grouping of sonic effects from the ‘Golden Records’ series can be streamed prior to the record’s December release.

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      DJ Snake has extended a warm Paris welcome to a fan.
      Twitter user Gaurav Jain (@jain11gaurav) reached out to the Parisian producer with a tweet after realizing that tickets to DJ Snake’s show in had sold out. Jain, however, had already planned to fly to Paris, excited by the opportunity to see his favorite DJ perform live in his hometown. While Jain only asked DJ Snake to provide him with an extra show ticket, DJ Snake replied to Jain’s tweet, arranging to have a flight booked from India to Paris in light of the upcoming show.

      DJ Snake then DM’d Jain “Welcome to Paris,” telling Jain to “save [his] money” once Jain thanked the DJ for arranging the flight.
      DJ Snake’s random act of kindness only further confirms that the producer loves his fans in a ‘different’ way.
      H/T: Bangin Beats
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