Tag: Robot Heart

Further Future: A Millennial Utopia

Last weekend just deep enough with the native lands of the Paiute Tribe in the desert of Nevada a cultural shift took place which has redefined what a “festival” has the potential to be: the event was Further Future.The festival, put on by the organizers of Robot Heart, is unlike any other festival on the scene. The founders have curated a truly unique space for the imagineers of the world to come together and converse. It goes beyond the party. The energy encourages growth and conversation. Upon entering the festival you can tell it is just different: it’s about the ... Read more

Full Premiere: AEONIX – A Star Was Born Feat. Kelly Day (Original Mix)

AEONIX is a tale where chance meets opportunity. It was during a vision-quest to Joshua Tree where Jonnie King and Josh Royse molded their brotherhood through spirituality and music.  Shortly after, Jonnie started working with fellow producer Johnny Reyes to form the early stages of AENOIX.  The two received world-wide support from Lee Burridge on their first record, as well as capturing the mind of Robot Heart‘s Jason Swamy, who encouraged the boys to record their debut LP at his maiden Further Future festival.  With this, the soundscapes of AEONIX were born. After their successful Further Future debut (of which, ... Read more

Exclusive Interview with DAVI

Interviewer: Marko Nikolovski David “DAVI” Khanjian grew up listening to classic sounds of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and the likes. Discovering his passion for music from an early age, he was subsequently admitted to the Vocal Department of Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory. David’s immigration to Los Angeles expanded his horizons in music. Focusing on production of genre defying electronic music, David’s sound can best be described as a deeply melodic journey into the mind that can leave you whiplashed much like a rollercoaster. These days, David can be found playing anywhere from Avalon and Monday Night Social to LA’s best ... Read more

Mix #089 by Jon Charnis

For this weeks guest podcast we’ve invited an artist, who not so long ago, started his debut year under a new alias and man, what a year has it been. His first release under his new sobriquet, Jon Charnis, was at the beginning of 2013 when he took part in a Various Artist compilation on Âme & Dixon’s infamous Innervisions. His track “Prophecy”, roamed dancefloors and trembled club walls all over the globe due to the immense support coming from Dixon. After the track’s success on the Berlin based Innervisions, the Israely born (currently established in Los Angeles) entered Beatport’s ... Read more