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WEST LA CNCT Exclusive: Kid Royale x Veloce Hats Mixtape

2 Sep

The Brooklyn based Angeleno and Veloce Hats sponsored DJ, Kid Royale, graciously provided us with an exclusive mix! With an energetic and electro-house heavy style, you can expect this mix to be full of the bangers and body movin’ beats that you know and love. Veloce Hats definitely has some talent under their wing and it’s great to see the brand grow while still remaining close to their roots here in Los Angeles. I can’t praise Kid Royale and Veloce Hats enough, so be sure to be on top of your music and fashion game!

WEST LA CNCT Exclusive: Kid Royale x Veloce Hats Mixtape

Tracklist:
Fight Club is Closed (F.O.O.L’s Chillout Remix)- Dada Life
White Noise, Red Meat- Dada Life
Fight Club is Closed (It’s Time for Rock ‘n’ Roll)- Dada Life
Big Booty Bitches (Dirtyloud Remix)- Bombs Away
Awooga (Kid Royale’s Shuffle Junk Vocal Edit)- Calvin Harris
No Beef- Afrojack & Steve Aoki
Are You Ready (Mahesa Utara Remix)- Angger Dimas
Are You Ready (Original)- Angger Dimas
Let’s Go (Bart B More Lesssgo Remix)- Dem Slackers
My Feelings for you (Angger Dimas Bambu Remix)- Sebastian Drums & Avicii
5 Seconds (Lucky Date Bootleg)- Maurizio Gubellini
Babylon- Congorock
Space Junk- Wolfgang Gartner
Watching You- Savage Skulls with Sprinkle Juice & Tony Senghore
Pacha On Acid- Afrojack
Party Rock Anthem (Alesso Remix)- LMFAO
Edge of Glory (Porter Robinson Remix)- Lady Gaga
Where Dem Girlz At (Afrojack Remix)- David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj & Flo Rida
Say My Name- Porter Robinson
Take- Noah Diamond (DJDT) & Jimski
Megaman- Dskotek
The Reward Is Cheese- Deadmau5 & Jelo
Kidsos- Sebastian Ingrosso
Brap- Bart B more
Hello (Dada Life Remix)- Martin Solveig ft. Dragonette
Cinema (Skrillex Remix)- Benny Benassi ft. Gary go

 

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WEST LA CNCT x Veloce Hats x Kid Royale

25 May

The WEST LA CNCT and Veloce Hats collaboration has expanded with the addition of a very talented DJ, Matt Brown, who goes by the name Kid Royale. We have a lot in the works, so we are very excited for what’s to come! Keep an eye out for more details in the near future. Meanwhile, Kid Royale is spinning tomorrow night at Groove Thursdays with the trance up and comers, Tritonal, who will also be at EDC this year. Check here for more info and tickets!

Here’s a new David Guetta/Afrojack mix for your listening pleasure. Enjoy.

Snoop Dogg- Sweat (David Guetta & Afrojack Dub Mix)

 

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Coachella 2011 Recap

29 Apr

For me, it was an event categorized more by experiences than music. With that being said, here’s my take and a few jams dedicated to the best party around.

Friday began with some heavy sunshine and even heavier dubstep. As usual, 12th Planet threw down an energetic, crowd-pleasing set. Dubstep’s American embassador has great taste for new music and tons of stage presence. He stood on the DJ booth a few times during the slower points of the set to get the crowd amped. I have yet to be disappointed by one of 12th Planet’s performances.

I was able to catch bits of Excision and Skrillex‘s sets between trips to the beer garden. Both kept the crowd jumping with their bass-filled soundtracks to nondescript horror movies. The live collaboration between Skrillex and a few members of Korn was a highlight.

After a house version of “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites”, the Sahara tent shifted gears for the breakthrough hip-hop group, Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. Despite all the negative press regarding their performance, Odd Future was one of my favorite acts all weekend. Reminiscent of an old-school punk show, the group
did their best to incite a riot. The chaos of the set featured chants of “Wolf Gang!” and “Fuck the Police!”, crowd surfing, moshpits, some daring stunts by Tyler the Creator, and all around anarchy. Shout out to Big Tuna for keeping the party alive during this one!

Tyler the Creator-French (Toro y Moi Remix)

 

Once OFWGKTA ended, I had a brief time grab another drink, catch my breath, and enjoy some of A-Trak‘s feel-good combination of hip-hop and house. The transition between a cut-up, scratch-happy version of “All of the Lights” and “6’ 7′” was definitely a highlight.

What can I say about Afrojack that hasn’t been said already? This was the third Afrojack set I have had the pleasure to experience and it was unquestionably the best, and my favorite set of Coachella 2011. His ability to combine original, mind-blowing music with flawless, extended build-ups has always left me amazed. A testament to this was the presence of none other than Sir Paul McCartney. If music royalty has the good sense enjoy your set, your doing something right. I strive to think this is a sign of the upcoming dominance of electronic music.

Afrojack and Adele- Rolling in the Right (DEFEP Bootleg)

 

 

After a few shenanigans, I made it over the main stage to catch rock heavy-hitters, The Black Keys and Kings of Leon. Both bands tore the main stage up, with slashing guitar melodies and true southern rock style. I can’t wait to catch The Black Keys again at Bonnaroo!

The last portion of the night was dedicated to raging with some talented DJs. Boys Noize was on his game as usual, keeping the Sahara Tent going with his crazy, German techno sound. Hearing him drop his Daft Punk remix was a highlight for me. House legends, The Chemical Brothers, were given the main stage honor and they took full advantage of it. The HEAVY bass the stage had to offer, accompanied by some incredible production, made for one spectacular performance. Here’s another link to a track with the best of both worlds.
The Chemical Brothers- Swoon (Boys Noize Remix)

 

On Saturday, the weekend took a turn for the stranger. As such, I can no longer give a detailed play by play like Friday. Here are some of the highlights:

Trampled by Turtles fired up the main stage early with their own fast-paced blend of folk, country, and rock. Despite being a band more traditionally suited to play Stagecoach than Coachella, they put on an extremely enjoyable show.
Trampled by Turtles-Wait So Long

 

Two Door Cinema Club was a cool change of pace. Their light-hearted, indie rock style fit perfectly in the afternoon, and the crowd was loving them.

Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work The Twelves Remix

 

Chuckie was the only electronic act I caught all day, but he was no disappointment. If there is any dutch house artist comparable to Afrojack, it’s Chuckie. His set, filled with deep bass and toy gun synths, certainly kept the Sahara Tent happy.

Carolina Marquez-Wicked Wow (Chuckie Extended Mix)
http://groovebat.com/download/sdb.mp3

 

The last act to perform on Saturday I feel qualified to discuss is Mumford & Sons. The fast rising popularity of the band is well supported by the serious talent of the members and great music they release. They put on a flawless performance, jamming on each song, and using silence to build tension for their epic crescendos. And with the inclusion of a brass section as backup, it couldn’t have gotten any better.

 

 

Sunday was a day I will never forget. It was filled with wandering, see-saw riding, picture taking, H&M tent chilling, sunset watching, great music and amazing friends. Here are a few jams in dedication to the best, most emotion-filled day I have had in a long time.

The Strokes- Under Cover of Darkness

Jack Beats- All Night (feat. John B)

Ratatat-Allure (Jay-Z & Notorious B.I.G.)

 

Last, but certainly not least, I have the honor of introducing the partnership between WEST LA CNCT and Veloce Hats! Veloce Hats is a Los Angeles based company fueled by the imagination of designer and founder, Cameron Picardi. Cameron has drawn inspiration from all aspects of the fast-paced city life to create unique, timeless designs.

Veloce Hats strives to support fellow startup businesses and artists of all industries. It understands a diverse city like Los Angeles has tons of creativity to offer, and that these up-and-coming innovators will lead the push toward the city’s artistic future. WEST LA CNCT is proud to debut the promotional video, “Our Summer Daze”, for the collaboration between tank top trend-setters, Once Youth, and Veloce Hats!
 

Check out all Veloce Hats has to offer HERE!

 

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