Mad Decent Block Party features Skrillex and Diplo collaboration.
Skrillex and Diplo are certainly no strangers, they appeared together on the Full Flex Express tour across Canada in the summer of 2012. Now, with the emergence of Jack U, these two EDM Powerhouses could be touring together much more than expected, a welcome change that will certainly be well recieved by their fans.
This guy is just all over the place, but who’s complaining. He worked with Disney on the film score to Wreck-it-Ralph (Awesome movie, not just for 14 year old kids) and recently landed the soundtrack on James Franco’s upcoming movie Spring Breakers. Literally, half of the film score is credited to Skrillex, so be sure to check it out Spring Breakers in theaters nationwide on March 22nd.
By: Alex M3GA
This multi-talented American DJ/Producer emerged hit producer on soundcloud amongst peers. Remixes of Bjork, Yelle, Blake and Magnetic Man has concocted a buzz on soundcloud and soon to rumble ears on beatport. Chelsea and Wally are a “Bonnie and Clyde”, similar to Uffie and Banga. They have been working on their debut album - where they not only write, produce but will create a new reality and film. Wally became a hot blog on the music blogger site titled “Music Lerks” and racked up more than 4510 profile views and 9335 plays total on soundcloud. Their follow up “Do that scene” is set to release summer 2012.
Born and raised in Florida, Wally AIme devoted completely to music and had produced many records from a young age, as young as 13. This dedicated DJ/Producer started out by deejaying at friend-related events, but will soon be known for hyping up many clubs and events. Wally successfully proved his skills to be true and his innovative and energetic producing skills are still making him one of the most respected artist on soundcloud Crossing various genres, Wally has put a stamp upon the music society and still grows into a high mark in the international club scene.
“I like make all kinds of music. I have a lot that I haven’t released that are totally different genres”