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Interview: ANNA Talks Asia, the Touring Life, and Upcoming Projects

As originally published on 6AM Group The Brazilian-born and Barcelona-based ANNA has quickly climbed to the top of the techno charts, and for great reason. Her heavy and industrial productions continue to enchant people around the world. Anna’s most recent release, Haze Moons, was received with open arms, or ears I should say. She started […]

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An Interview with Headless Horseman: The Man Behind the Mask

As originally published on 6AM Group Something about anonymity makes Headless Horseman intriguing. But did you know he has been producing for more than 20 years and only recently, became one of the most talked about techno artists? A well-seasoned producer and an equally great performer, Headless Horseman removed his mask to speak with us after […]

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What I’m listening to: March 2017

You’ll come to notice that my music taste is all over the place. From Indian sitar to dub techno, it is like life, unpredictable. Let’s jump right in! I’ve compiled a brief list of songs that I simply cannot enjoy enough. I listen to these songs during my work commute, during the day, and during my […]

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Women’s March Launches “10 Actions, 100 Days” Campaign to Continue Political Intervention

In light of successful and peaceful marches around the world on January 21st, the Women’s March coalition has launched the “10 Actions, for the first 100 Days” campaign to continue political intervention. As mentioned on the website, “Every 10 days we will take action on an issue we all care about, starting today.” The first […]

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Women’s March on Chicago 2017

I knew the Women’s March on Chicago would be a great one with the sun shining and the first sip of mimosa to freshen my mouth. After all, it was a day to celebrate wo(men), people of color, LGBTQ, and immigrants. It was a day to demonstrate that a divisive government would not impair our […]

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Why Zero Tolerance of Drugs in the U.S. is Failing

As originally published on 6AM-Group.com. The Failing War on Drugs During the 1960’s, “Hippies” and celebrities popularized the use of marijuana, LSD, and other drugs. “During the Civil War, troops used morphine, uppers dominated World War II, the Vietnam troops shot heroin”, and their addictions didn’t stop there, as the U.S.’ demand for drugs kept on […]

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Ida Launches “Help Me To Help” Campaign To Aid Syrian Families

Over the past year, Ida Engberg-Beyer has demonstrated her dedication to help Syrian refugees in war stricken areas. So much so that I categorized her as one of the 10 most charitable DJs in dance music. Most recently she launched another campaign “Help Me To Help” where she hopes to continue to aid Syrian families being […]

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Weekly Mix: KAMMA From Amsterdam

Background Laura Kam was born and raised in eclectic Amsterdam. She has been a medical student, specializes in psycho-biology, and graduated from the University of Amsterdam with her Bachelors of Science. Her DJing career as KAMMA was a direct result from her passion and drive for quality music of all genres. Because of her academic […]

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Weekly Mix: Haidl & Lindstrom from Stockholm

Background Kasja Haidl & Kasja Lindstrøm, pronounced “Kye-suh”,  are a DJ duo and media collective based in Stockholm, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark. They began exchanging music and playing together after getting to know each other in 2008. Since then they have hosted recurring club nights in both locations featuring guests like Genius of Time, Axel Boman, Jacques […]