It has been a fantastic 5 years full of discovery, connection, creation and growth while running Some Kind of Music Blog. What started as a means of sharing music with friends in 2010 has… Continue reading
Vancouver organization Groundwerk has launched a Remix Contest in collaboration with East Van Digital and local band iamforest.
Quickly maturing into one of the regions top electronic music and arts gatherings, Bass Coast 2015 continued to inspire. Read why here…
Our latest edition of TUNE IN SPACE OUT on DE Radio.
Siavash releases an edit of a classic, just in time for Halloween. Available for free download.
DRONUS’ remix of Terranova’s ‘Endless Summer’ is deep and ethereal. Available for free download.
Oliver Nickels’ fresh new tech house track manages to be both dark and funky.
The faceless DJ Fly By Nite takes us on an ethereal journey across genres and emotional landscapes.
This DJ Tennis & Margot remix is the perfect dark tech house track.
Check out Bob Moses’ moody, melancholic track ‘Too Much Is Never Enough.’
Rodriguez Jr. captivates with his synth-heavy track, ‘Nausicâa.’
Come join us for a dance at The Beaumont Studios for Homebreakin’s post Shambhala Shin Dig “Tropical Thunder”.
Francesca Lombardo brings the acid with her track ‘Perseidi.’
Dronus’ dark tech house sound doesn’t disappoint with his track ‘Give To You’
Prepare for a week of Pride festivities with a guest mix by the man behind one of the cities long running disco parties.
Check out Rennie Foster’s new track, inspired by recent police brutality events and sampling archived Malcolm X footage.
Dive into our June 2015 monthly playlist, filled to the brim with easy, breezy tracks sure to get you in the mood for daytime dancing.
The second annual East Van Summer Jam goes down July 4th at Strathcona Park. Enter our contest for a chance to get a pair of FREE TICKETS!
Dive into our latest SKMB Guest Mix, provided by Vancouver’s Glen Duncan.
Remixed by Thailand born producer Nakadia for Zurich based duo Me & her, ‘Lost’ grasps your attention with a delicate call for love by vocalist Billie Fountain and a beautiful layered tech house soundscape.
One of the tracks from Stefan Z’s latest EP ‘Removed,’ is bringing some serious fire.
Aron the Alien mashed up Portishead’s “Over It”, and it’s brilliant. This Hip-Hop is alive and very trippy.
Come dance all night to your favourite tracks from the world of pop and alternative jams with DJ’s Trevor Risk (Ice Cream Social, Come Fridays) and Christa Belle with rotating special guests.
Goopsteppa gives us a unique and complex blend of bold bass and lush downtempo textures. Free downloads!
Oliver Schories’ new track pairs well with a barbeque with friends on the beach and a glass of wine.
A summery, feel good Mix from Golden, BC’s Happy Medium.
James Flavour, of Dirt Crew fame, has a house track that will get you in the mood for summer.
Explore our latest monthly playlist featuring selections from some of our favourite local and international artists.
Movement Festival is the birthplace of Techno’s gift to North America, but what does it need to do to continue being impactful down the road?
Get ready for our next event ‘SPACE OUT x HIDEOUT’ with a promo mix from Sean Evans
Fur Coat takes us on a journey with their deep, dark sounds.
Dive into our latest SKMB Guest Mix, provided by YouPlusOne resident Jared Love. Pairs well with a beer on the beach. Grab it as a free download!
Pattern Drama’s latest release will have you grooving on the dancefloor.
For the third part in our series ‘Underground Sounds of NYC’ we invited New York based music man Momus, otherwise known as Amaury Meunier to treat us to an exclusive SKMB Guest Mix. Amaury’s love… Continue reading
Guest Post by Lawrence Goldstein / Founder of Infectious NYC and Cherry Drop Records Inc
From slow to fast, mellow to dance floor ready, these are the songs that have moved us over the past month’s time.
Get lost in Happy Medium’s debut album, full of dreamy and optimistic vibes and warm, soothing vocals.
SKMB spotlights New York based monthly underground house music radio show INFECTIOUS NYC
Ryan Wells brings the heat with this drool worthy bassline house gem, available for free via me.n.u music. Check out me.n.u music every Wednesday at The Keefer Bar in Vancouver