Tonight, Church Is Back With Mark De Clive Lowe And Rich Medina

New York City! Get ready for the sixth installment of New York’s Jazz and Electronic House monthly series Church, a very special night with world-renowned DJ, producer, remixer, composer, musician, and Tru Thoughts recording artist Mark de Clive-Lowe (MdCL). Presented by Giant Step and Revive Music, this edition of CHURCH also features a set from DJ Rich Medina.

Advanced ticket sales are now closed. Tickets will be available at the door.

Doors: 10:00PM – 4:00AM

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Video: Def Sound – “Art of Stuntin”


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Remember the tune Def Sound created after pulling over his car? Yeah, that was awesome. Today, we’ve got another eccentric creation from our lovely dude called “Art of Stuntin” – he personally calls it “dark neon.” Let’s get it!

The video looks like a mashup of Windows screensavers, sketch drawings, and an 8-bit video game – and obviously it’s straight addictive.

Look out for Def’s upcoming project, △nything: thee.idea.machine., out this summer.

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New Track: Sarah Dash – “Hold On (He’ll Be Right There)” + DJ Spen & The Muthafunkaz Remix


Legendary soul diva Sarah Dash of the iconic Labelle presents her first official new dance music single in over twenty years. Produced by Jason King and Gavin Bradley, “Hold On (He’ll Be Right There)” captures the pounding exuberance of retro 90s gospel house music ensuring your hands will be flailed up in seconds stat.

We also gave a stirring gospel remix by DJ Spen, the pioneering producer of spiritual house music a la The Basement Boys and The Jasper Street Company.

This summer, catch Sarah at her one-woman show Sarah Dash: One Woman at Laurie Beechman Theater in NYC. She’ll be performing on May 18, June 9, and July 13.

Sarah Dash – “Hold On (He’ll Be Right There)” (12″ Mix)

Sarah Dash – “Hold On (He’ll Be Right There)” (DJ Spen & The Muthafunkaz Remix)

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Contest: ‘Kon & The Gang’ Remix via Legitmix


Crate digger extraordinaire Kon (of Kon & Amir) aka the “re-edit/rework king of 2012″ (per Gilles Peterson), is putting together a 6-track compilation, Kon & The Gang featuring two of his edits. The remaining remixes/re-edits will be pulled from Kon’s favorite submissions to this contest, which will be hosted by our friends at Legitmix.

The Kon & The Gang compilation featuring the winning entries will be sold on Legitmix, a new revolutionary platform where remixers can sell and promote their work without sample-clearances. You can learn more about how Legitmix works by viewing the video below.

Get the scoop firsthand from Kon above and visit our contest page for more details.

Also, be sure to read the contest rules, and then submit your track(s) to

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Video: The Bamboos – “I Got Burned”


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The Bamboos’ buildup to their upcoming album, Medicine Man (out June 5), is rather salivation worthy. Recently, you probably heard the buoyant new track with Aloe Blacc, “Where Does The Time Go?” Turns out the tune is actually part of a double A side single with today’s song, “I Got Burned,” being the complement!

Featuring the smoky vocals of Australian rockstar Tim Rogers, “I Got Burned” is an understated throwback soul jam accompanied with dull-toned visuals seemingly in a perpetual dusk.

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