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Viewing entries posted in March 2012

Event Review

Manifest // Archaic Revival

Written by: Dark Matter Squad on March 08, 2012

On February 25, 2012, Dark Matter Squad attended Manifest's Archaic Revival at Sonar in Baltimore, MD. We had such an amazing time, met so many awesome and very talented people, and even broke out our retro, Disco Bot suits. Below is a video recently released by Manifest highlighting the event. The video is produced by William Blucher with music provided by SugarPill, who might I add, killed it at Archaic... + more input

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Ode to the Mixtape v.6

Dedicated to 611 and the 215

Written by: LP Eric on March 06, 2012

If you were a party kid in Philly the numbers 611 were synonymous with rave culture. 611 was a record store located off of south street and was, for a time, the undisputed epicenter for all things rave in Philly. My first trip to 611 was in 1995 to pick up tickets for a party being held outside of Baltimore called Bassrush. For years, it became a place that I frequented to see friends who worked there, pic... + more input

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DarkMatter Pick of the Week

Shakedown 10 Year Anniversary Party

Written by: Dark Matter Squad on March 05, 2012

Saturday, March 10, 2012 is Worship Recordings 10 Year Anniversary of their renowned house music monthly, The Shakedown. This time, Worship Recordings is stepping up their already top notch game, by bringing in legendary artists Francois K , Josh Wink, King Britt and of course in-house sets by their very own Rob Paine and Willyum. Additionally the event is being moved from its monthly location, The Barbary... + more input

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Sunday School v.1

This is Our House

Written by: LPEric on March 03, 2012

I am very pleased to share a documentary that goes all the way back to "year zero" in the evolution of dance music. This documentary is one of the few definitive guides to the history of electronic music . It's called Pump up the Volume " The History of House Music' and was made in the early 2000's by the BBC. + more input

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