I know I promised that my next post would be a review of the amazing Paper Diamond show in Boston, but I have a really good excuse.
Beantown is currently in a state of disarray. An enemy has emerged that is far more dangerous and detrimental to society than the murderers, rapists, and drug dealers that have plagued Boston’s streets in the past. The threat of gang activity has been surpassed by this new, formidable foe.
This enemy is the college student, and their weapon of choice is the house party.
Seemingly out of no where the college student has arrived hell-bent on destruction, and our local law enforcement has responded admirably. The Boston Police Department has ensured the safety of our city by swiftly eliminating this issue which attacks the very fabric of our society. Offenders are being arrested with no questions asked, and their accomplices are facing the same fate.
It is with much humility that I admit, I am one of these accomplices.
While DJing a house party on Friday night/Saturday morning, I was arrested and locked up for the night, while my laptop, hard drive, and DJ controller were seized as evidence by the city.
All the videos that I had prepared for the Paper Diamond post are on that hard drive, and the raw footage and video editing program I used are on that laptop.
So, the post will have to be delayed at least until I can go to court and face my punishment for this horrific, unfathomable crime.
I am glad that criminals like myself are finally seeing justice.
Alright now for the good stuff, and since I rambled earlier I’ll keep it short and quick.
Flux Pavilion had been mentioning on teh twitterz and bookfaces that he was working on a drumstep remix to an Example track. I’ve finally gotten my hands on it, and damn, Flux has done it again.
It had been a while since we’d been graced by a new Flux Pavilion track, and he did not disappoint with what can only be called an instant classic. I can assure you that this banger will be making frequent appearances in sets at upcoming dubstep shows.
It features the Flux Pavilion sound you know and love but with an unfamiliar drumstep twist. I love what he does with that dual build up, surprising you with an underlying build as the original quickly fades out. He features Example’s vocals brilliantly, and the beat drops hard and detailed. This song is just pure awesome.
I’m not sure when or on which label this track will be released, but when we find out we’ll be sure to let you know through our Facebook and Twitter pages.