We’re finally back in action once again, getting ready for an Ed Bangin’ show.
Check out Control at Avalon Friday September 9, 2011 to spectate one of the dirtiest, heaviest producers on Ed Rec, SebastiAn! From his debut, live show he performed at the 2009 Sonar Festival in Barcelona, SebastiAn is back on the road, travelling all over the globe on his “Primary Tour”. This performance consists of his signature drops, distorted synths, and plenty of soul. Listen to SebastiAn’s long-awaited track, “Organia”! Performances by Sharooz, Destructo, and many more.
Come to Control this Friday 3/11 to check out Ed Banger’s Mr. Oizo! It’s gonna be a positif-ly bangin’ night. There will be performances by Tommy Lee & DJ Aero and more. Click HERE to enter to win tickets for 2 at Control by emailing the answer to this question:
Q: Which Mr. Oizo release features the track “Half a Scissor”?
We’re finally back and ready to announce some upcoming shows at Control in Hollywood. December 10 is featuring Treasure Fingers from Fool’s Gold Records and Burns. Email email@example.com to be a potential winner of this week’s ticket giveaway for two to see Treasure Fingers!
It has been a year since Control has been going on every Friday at Avalon. It has monopolized the electro-house music scene since day one and almost every performance as been a memorable one. To kick off the one-year anniversary, check out a performance by one of the biggest names in the house music Armand Van Helden! Being part of Duck Sauce with A-Trak, AVH brings you some of the finest beats that have hit #1 in UK Charts and all over the world! Be there!
Listen to the original sample used for Duck Sauce’s hit aNYway!
Last Friday, we were at the biggest Control yet. I’ve never seen a line for the Avalon as long as the one for Rusko. I’ve heard that the house packed about 4000 people that night! On top of things, we even had trouble getting in, but once it was settled, we walked into one of the most intense gigs ever. The energy in the room was absolutely ridiculous. I suppose dubstep music is really getting big (…or rather IS already). Photos are up.