Tag: Lee Foss

Mix #221 By Serge Devant

Supported by Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Damian Lazarus, and Hot Since 82 – Crosstown Rebels star and DJ/producer Serge Devant provides an exclusive mixtape. Heavily influenced by the ’90s, the music of Serge Devant recalls a time when artists like the Prodigy, Underworld, and Carl Cox ruled the dancefloor. During the 1990s, the Russian native and Music School of Saint Petersburg graduate was living in New York City, hanging out at the legendary Twilo club, falling in love with music, and deciding that DJing was his future. Releasing off the acclaimed label Crosstown Rebels, his latest ‘Always On My Mind‘ EP made waves. Alongside his ... Read more

CRSSD FEST: A Step Forward In The US Dance Music Scene

This past weekend in Southern California festival goers gathered in the Waterfront park of San Diego for the semi-annual CRSSD Festival put on by FNGRS CRSSD. Although this is a fairly new festival the attendees were not new to the festival scene. Everyone involved was a seasoned festival goer and this was obvious from outfit choices to the level of commitment to the party and the vibe curated by everyone involved. Firstly, after walking in the gates of CRSSD one notes how beautiful the location is. The waterfront park sits directly on the water and boasts pirate ships and fountains ... Read more

Groovefest Podcast #001 By Lee Foss

Taking place in the idyllic, once in a lifetime holiday location of Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic between September 6th and 13th, the magical gathering of Groovefest is about sipping cocktails, trying local cuisines, trying your hand at water skiing and scuba diving, surfing and swimming, sight seeing and of course, dancing under the stars, on beach, in pools and on boats. What’s more, once you get to Groovefest all food, drink and entrances are included, so once you’re there it won’t cost you a thing, and you can entertain yourself from the moment the sun comes up until ... Read more

Full Premiere: Greg Pidcock – Sunlight (Original Mix)

Deep-minded electronic label Akbal Music’s latest output comes from the hands of Greg Pidcock (Hot Creations), who presents a bomb for his first appearance on the Mexican label, which is extra sweetened by a collab with Silky and a potent remix by Inxec. The raw, gritty tones that characterize Greg’s music depict scenes of isolation, exploration, and a search of self. Deeply connected to his art, Greg’s creativity is a cathartic process in which he uses music and visual art to understand his own thoughts and actions. That musical approach can be found back in spades in this new release that will ... Read more