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Dillon Francis & DJ Snake - Get Low (Neo Fresco Remix).

How do you make a massive track, earth shattering? Well if you ask Neo Fresco, just speed it up, switch up the pace, and turn it inside out. After dropping some gems on the massive Shifty Rhythms Vol. 2 album, the Los Angeles based producer/DJ releases his biggest record to date, a remix of Dillon Francis and DJ Snake’s “Get Low.” Fast paced is an understatement, as the track initially intensifies the already hype nature into twerk influenced anthem. Soon thereafter, the track transforms into a dark, industrial-techno influenced jam, with plenty of gritty character. Look for this on the official “Get Low” single pack via iTunes.

Rytmeklubben - Seen (R3ll Remix).

Every so often, a genre defining track comes along that not only deserves praise, but also deserves the attention of music lovers as a whole. R3ll might have just delivered just that type of track with his latest remix. The New Jersey native brings new life to Rytmeklubben’s “Seen” courtesy of Annie Mac. The track is transformed into a vibrant, bubbly, dance floor jam, full of traditional Jersey Club bounce and progressive syncs. The track will immediately strike a chord with anyone. Huge is an understatement.

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Trey Songz - Touchin, Lovin (DJ Irresistible Remix).

Here’s your daily dose of dope Club music courtesy of DJ Irresistible. The New Jersey native drops an energetic remix of Trey Songz “Tochin, Lovin.” The track does a great job of blending the hype bounce from Jersey Club music and the addicting twerk influenced bass.

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A$AP Rocky - Multiply (Music Video).

Ok, A$AP Rocky was due to return with a splash, and this new track serves to be more like a tidal wave. “Multiply” brings us back to the Fashion Killa’s trill atmosphere teeming with bravado and silky bars. Shouts to Juicy J on his intro and outro dissertation. 

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Camden Arc - Is It Good To You (Vindata Remix)

Not enough can be said about the progression of Vindata. Amid several stellar remixes and original tracks, the Los Angeles duo surprises once again with their revision of Camden Arc’s “Is It Good To You.” This track brings out enveloping bass that is delightfully complimented by catchy syncs, club elements, and well timed vocal chops. Another home run for these two. 

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Double Cross at The Lash - Saturday 9/20 (Event).
You’re not ready for this. Seriously. You’re not ready. Brownies & Lemonade presents our largest event to date: An unforgettable night featuring some of the biggest DJs in the underground scene at one of the best venues in downtown LA, The Lash. A very special engagement of the classic Double Cross party, with two rooms of music that are guaranteed to start your Fall with a bang. Wear comfortable shoes and get there early, because it’s about to go down.We’re more than excited about our first headliner and the rising star of the Future Bass movement, Prince Fox. With an outpouring of support and nearly 2 million Soundcloud plays for his seminal remix of Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me”, this young producer and critically acclaimed New York-based DJ is making Double Cross the home of his LA debut.Next up we have the Jersey Club/Twerk Lord DJ Irresistible also making his LA debut. Name your favorite track, chances are Irresistible has flipped it into an unstoppable dance floor jam. With a grip of bass bangers and a fresh stock jersey club heaters, there’s no way Irresistible won’t set the club on fire. Yup, another LA debut from the legendary Jersey Club collective Brick Bandits: KiFF. With support from Mass Appeal, Mad Decent and basically every Jersey Club producer and DJ, along with a number of incredible remixes and productions, KiFF’s set is not one to be missed.To round out the line-up in our first room, we have EMOJI KING opening up the night with a set of melodic future bass bangers that are going to get your blood pumping and your heart throbbing. This mysterious producer rarely makes appearances, let alone performs, so we are also honored to have him round out the lineup.Oh you thought that was it? NOPE!! For the first time ever, Team B&L is doing a take-over of the front room of The Lash, as well. Along with some incredibly special guests, we’ll have the creative honcho of Shifty Rhythms, Goj!ra, throwing down a predictably banging set, as well as B&L residents COVNTRY CLVB and Fernet, the greatest DJs alive, kicking things off early. Lastly, we will be also be displaying a slick set of brand new, custom visuals courtesy of our boy Axel. 

It’s FREE ENTRY WITH RSVP till 11pm!We must stress, get here early, lines will be down the block, late. 

Double Cross at The Lash - Saturday 9/20 (Event).

You’re not ready for this. Seriously. You’re not ready. Brownies & Lemonade presents our largest event to date: An unforgettable night featuring some of the biggest DJs in the underground scene at one of the best venues in downtown LA, The Lash. A very special engagement of the classic Double Cross party, with two rooms of music that are guaranteed to start your Fall with a bang. Wear comfortable shoes and get there early, because it’s about to go down.

We’re more than excited about our first headliner and the rising star of the Future Bass movement, Prince Fox. With an outpouring of support and nearly 2 million Soundcloud plays for his seminal remix of Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me”, this young producer and critically acclaimed New York-based DJ is making Double Cross the home of his LA debut.

Next up we have the Jersey Club/Twerk Lord DJ Irresistible also making his LA debut. Name your favorite track, chances are Irresistible has flipped it into an unstoppable dance floor jam. With a grip of bass bangers and a fresh stock jersey club heaters, there’s no way Irresistible won’t set the club on fire. 

Yup, another LA debut from the legendary Jersey Club collective Brick Bandits: KiFF. With support from Mass Appeal, Mad Decent and basically every Jersey Club producer and DJ, along with a number of incredible remixes and productions, KiFF’s set is not one to be missed.

To round out the line-up in our first room, we have EMOJI KING opening up the night with a set of melodic future bass bangers that are going to get your blood pumping and your heart throbbing. This mysterious producer rarely makes appearances, let alone performs, so we are also honored to have him round out the lineup.

Oh you thought that was it? NOPE!! For the first time ever, Team B&L is doing a take-over of the front room of The Lash, as well. Along with some incredibly special guests, we’ll have the creative honcho of Shifty Rhythms, Goj!ra, throwing down a predictably banging set, as well as B&L residents COVNTRY CLVB and Fernet, the greatest DJs alive, kicking things off early. 

Lastly, we will be also be displaying a slick set of brand new, custom visuals courtesy of our boy Axel.
 
It’s FREE ENTRY WITH RSVP till 11pm!

We must stress, get here early, lines will be down the block, late. 

Penthouse Penthouse Ft. Marvel Alexander - Friendzone.

Penthouse Penthouse links up with Marvel Alexander once again for a new slapper entitled “Friendzone.” The Los Angeles rapper wonderfully conveys the tragic state of friendship with the opposite sex over a concise yet evolving production. It’s a lovely tale that no one should have to experience. 

Oliver - Light Years Away (EP).

Oliver are dance music’s funkiest space explorers. Their muscular, gleaming tunes swap EDM neon for airbrushed chrome, re-imagining the highways of Los Angeles as one long cosmic on-ramp. They follow up their Fool’s Gold debut Mechanical with the supremely confident Light Years Away, a two-track EP showcasing the duo at their absolute best. The title track struts with a low-slung boogie, while “Fast Forward” takes off on a technicolor rocket of pulsing buildups and Daft-worthy solos. Light Years Away is one small step for man, one giant leap for the groove

Chris Lorenzo & Hannah Wants Ft. Janai - Signs (R3ll remix).

R3ll is a man who continues to impress. The New Jersey native steps over boundaries with his latest remix. The Brick Bandit producer transforms the House offering by Chris Lorenzo and Hannah Wants into a fast paced, Club infused, dance floor jam. Most importantly, the remix retains the essence from the original while adding just the right addition hype. R3ll is ready to be your next favorite artist.

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CAMP TRILL: Season Finale (Event).
Get ya towels ready, because it’s about to burn like a badass perm. Saturday August 30th, Camp Trill: Season Finale at Lock & Key is about to let loose enough summer vibes to melt the polar ice caps. The summer turn up is finally here one last time with Soulection, NuSoul Magazine, and Ill Societybringing an afternoon that you won’t forget; from Ramen Burgers to water guns, we got it all and we’re inviting you to come share it with the family. And, as always, we have some of the hottest DJs curating this summer’s extravaganza:First up on the bill, we are beyond excited to have the genre bending sensation, starRo. The Soulection DJ and Producer has put together mesmerizing tracks that blend soulful emotion with unique electronic flair. The Japanese native recently had the opportunity to play alongside Flume and will soon embark on a nationwide tour with Chet Faker. With support from the likes of Red Bull Music, Earmilk, and Windish, this will be surely a performance not to be missed.Next up we have Austin Millz. The New York based DJ has been on a production tear as of late. From future bass to gritty trap to seductive R&B, Austin Millz has something to offer everyone. Expect a non stop array of dance floor hits from this rare LA performance.Additionally, we have the multi-talented and always on point Marvel Alexander. The Modern Outfit musician has had success early in his career producing an array of bangers including A$AP Ferg’s "Shabba." But now, Marvel is carving his own lane as an emcee with a knack for infusing Baile Funk, trap, hip hop, and electronic all into a cohesive package.And, rounding up the line-up, we have Camp Trill veteranAndre Power, fresh off his first European tour, and Quinn Kyle, the Shifty Rhythms producer making noise on the blogosphere and the streets.Plus, look for some SPECIAL SURPRISE GUESTS! Kick off your Labor Day weekend with the trillest!As always, entry is FREE ENTRY with RSVP!

CAMP TRILL: Season Finale (Event).

Get ya towels ready, because it’s about to burn like a badass perm. Saturday August 30th, Camp Trill: Season Finale at Lock & Key is about to let loose enough summer vibes to melt the polar ice caps. The summer turn up is finally here one last time with SoulectionNuSoul Magazine, and Ill Societybringing an afternoon that you won’t forget; from Ramen Burgers to water guns, we got it all and we’re inviting you to come share it with the family. And, as always, we have some of the hottest DJs curating this summer’s extravaganza:

First up on the bill, we are beyond excited to have the genre bending sensation, starRo. The Soulection DJ and Producer has put together mesmerizing tracks that blend soulful emotion with unique electronic flair. The Japanese native recently had the opportunity to play alongside Flume and will soon embark on a nationwide tour with Chet Faker. With support from the likes of Red Bull MusicEarmilk, and Windish, this will be surely a performance not to be missed.

Next up we have Austin Millz. The New York based DJ has been on a production tear as of late. From future bass to gritty trap to seductive R&B, Austin Millz has something to offer everyone. Expect a non stop array of dance floor hits from this rare LA performance.

Additionally, we have the multi-talented and always on point Marvel Alexander. The Modern Outfit musician has had success early in his career producing an array of bangers including A$AP Ferg’s "Shabba." But now, Marvel is carving his own lane as an emcee with a knack for infusing Baile Funk, trap, hip hop, and electronic all into a cohesive package.

And, rounding up the line-up, we have Camp Trill veteranAndre Power, fresh off his first European tour, and Quinn Kyle, the Shifty Rhythms producer making noise on the blogosphere and the streets.

Plus, look for some SPECIAL SURPRISE GUESTS! Kick off your Labor Day weekend with the trillest!

As always, entry is FREE ENTRY with RSVP!

Falcons - Cell (Neo Fresco Remix).

What do we have here? A fresh, new remix from Neo Fresco. The Los Angeles based producer releases a hard hitting flip of Falcons’ “Cell.” The track brings the bass meter up a few notches while maintaining R&B essence of the original.

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Athletixx - All-Stars Mixtape (Vol. 1)

The momentum couldn’t be higher for Promnite, Falcons, Hoodboi, and Kittens. Today the quartet drops their first collaborative effort, Athletixx “All-Stars Mixtape Vol. 1.” Unlike most mixes that combine tracks from other artists, the Los Angeles production group decided to provide a 30 minutes of originals and remixes entirely from their own camp. It’s an expertly crafted compilation celebrating the diversity that is exploding in the Los Angeles electronic underground. Make sure you support the crew here.

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Sophie - Lemonade.

If you don’t know by now, Sophie is the future. The mysterious UK producer has been slowly dropping transcendental electronic jams for over a year now. But a few days ago, Sophie dropped this game changing track entitled “LEMONADE.” The J-Pop influenced, glitch heavy track is a stark departure from balanced compositions, but it hits a niche that will certainly grow over the years. Look for this to blow up sooner than later.

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Hex Cougar - AllNyte.

You gotta hand it to the kid Hex Cougar. After dropping the runaway success “Internet Crush,” the Shifty Rhythms producer drops another gem entitled “AllNyte.” Massive syncs hug the track alongside choice vocal chops and infectious beat patterns. Impressive is an understatement.

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Rustie Ft. Danny Brown - Attack.

Let’s all remember that Rustie is still the king. The original bass monster returns with a hard hitting new banger entitled “Attak.” The Danny Brown assisted track sounds like a b side off the Fool’s Gold emcee’s recent album. Brown delivers touch twisting flow to accompany the UK producers enormous instrumentals. Look for this on Rustie’s upcoming release, Green Language.

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