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[San Diego Giveaway] Amtrac & Hotel Garuda @ Bang Bang – 2/26

While Amtrac and Hotel Garuda‘s Lost In Motion Tour is coming to your city in full force, we have some GREAT news for all you SD ninjas and ninjettes. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to their show at Bang Bang on Feb 26 to one lucky winner! If you’ve been dying to see your favorite DJs live and haven’t gotten your tickets yet, here’s your chance. To enter the contest, simply fill out this form below with your FIRST and LAST name, as well as your EMAIL address, then click submit. That’s literally all you have to do!

Few rules, of course:

  • You must be 21+ enter
  • TWO tickets will be given to ONE winner
  • Winner will be selected on Thursday night 2/25

Here’s the event page if you want to find out more about their tour. And for those of you who want to purchase tickets, you can do it here. Act fast – they’re going to be sold out VERY soon, considering how many people get down with Amtrac and Hotel Garuda. Make sure to listen to our playlist below to get a sneak peek to what they have in store for us on Friday. Hope to see y’all there!

’Amtrac – LONG NIGHTS’
’kiiara – Feels (Hotel Garuda Remix)’
’Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Make You Feel (Hotel Garuda Remix)’
’Royal – Passenger (Hotel Garuda Remix)’


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[Event Review] Mad Decent Block Party – San Diego – 9/13


(PC: LED Presents & Fixation Photography)

The tradition never stops! TMN has attended Mad Decent Block Party for the second year straight here in San Diego, and we’re here to tell you how it went and what we think about it. Switching to The Park at Petco Park, the new venue provided a more refreshing and intimate setting. Despite no-shows from ATL producer Metro Boomin and up and coming rapper Travi$ Scott, MDBP has once again wowed us with a lineup filled with electrifying acts that managed to turn up the heat even more here in San Diego.

Sam Vogel a.k.a Jauz, is a newly emerging superstar who helped fuel the whole bass house movement with tracks like “Feel The Volume”. Following his amazing performance at Hard Summer, he once again won the hearts of the fans here. With an hour of non-stop bass action, the crowd went crazy the whole time. To our surprise, he brought out producer Ookay as a special guest and hypeman, which you can watch here. He also played a whole bunch of new unreleased tracks that got the crowd super excited, one of which is his collaboration with Ghastly titled “Ghosts N Sharks”.

Thomas Jack, who is the father of tropical house, took the stage soon after Jauz. It was intriguing to see the crowd transitioning to melodic house music after an adrenaline-invoking set. It gave everyone time to relax a bit but kept them vibing to the music still. And when Netsky came on, it was a whole different story. Talk about somebody who combined some good ol’ drum and bass with trap, house, hip-hop and just about everything else in a set. With so much energy and finesse, he’s definitely one of the true OGs in the game.


What’s a block party without Dillon Francis? Another powerhouse in big room music, the social media-active producer put in some of the most current bangers in his set, combined with his signature hilarious visuals, which took the crowd on a crazy ride as dusk approached.

Closing out the night was none other than Major Lazer, which is Diplo‘s side project together with Jillionaire and Walshy Fire. With so much radio exposure, many would critique Diplo for caving into mainstream music; however, just like Jack U, Major Lazer’s music speaks otherwise. It was the perfect headlining set, as the three gave every bit of their energy to hype up the crowd and took turns DJing. There was no denying that Diplo helped popularize bounce and moonbahton music and gave them the electronic change-up they needed.

With such a great channel like Mad Decent Block Party, which had 22 shows in 19 cities during this year’s tour, there’s no wonder it just keeps getting better and better each year. Diplo gave MDBP the perfect identity as the chillest and most intimate turn-up fest around, unlike the usual electronic festivals filled with rave culture. We are excited to see what else the Mad Decent crew has to bring to San Diego next year.

If you’re interested in experiencing the party for yourself, we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the Chicago leg of the tour this weekend.


(Pics or it didn’t happen, right? The photos in this article are to help relive some of the most memorable moments from Mad Decent Block Party. Shouts out to LED Presents and Felicia from Fixation Photography for the pictures!)

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