Justin Love Drops Vibrant “Get Out” Video Featuring GASHI

Justin Love Drops Vibrant “Get Out” Video Featuring GASHI

Justin Love’s recent single, “Get Out” featuring Gashi, has been the highlight song of this summer, amassing 500k streams in just 2 weeks since release. Love and Gashi have unveiled an amusing video to accompany the song.

The Get Out video revolves around inspiration and celebration, showing Love and Gashi reap the rewards of their hard work after grinding for years in the ultra-competitive music industry. They’re “mini-mes” are portrayed by two cute kids who envision their futures ahead, complete with fancy cars, big houses and the lavish lifestyle of achieving your dreams.

Justin Love and Gashi had the following to share words to share about the Get Out video:

I always strive to act as a role model to the younger generation and show them what hard work looks like. This video is a glimpse through the eyes of a young me to what can be achieved through years of determination.” – Justin 

This record and video are one of the greatest songs / videos I’ve ever been a part of and I’m very excited for the world to see this work of art.” – Gashi

Justin Love earned a Grammy nomination earlier this year for H.E.R.’s smash hit Focus, contributing as a songwriter. Get Out has amassed over 500k streams in a couple of weeks since its release, his third single of the year following up Runaway and Bad Mind. Love still has a few more songs up his sleeve that he’s excited to share before the end of the year.

CRSSD Returns To San Diego With Stacked Fall Lineup

CRSSD Returns To San Diego With Stacked Fall Lineup

CRSSD has just announced their Phase 1 Lineup for September 29-30! They always lineup incredible talent from the underground electronic music scene, and this Fall 2018 is no exception. Taking over the Ocean View stage are Duke Dumont, Bob Moses, Marian Hill, Sofi Tukker and more! Filling out the house acts are Thomas Jack, AC Slater b2b Jack Beats, Chris Lake b2b Chris Lorenzo, and Claptone, to name a few. And as promised, CRSSD’s ode to global techno continues with sets from John Digweed, Nina Kraviz, Mind Against, and Yotto.


Set on the plush lawns of the Waterfront Park in San Diego, this festival features stunning views or the harbor and beach sunsets. Complimented by craft beer, gourmet food, positive energy, grassy dancefloors and feel-good music.


Tickets go on sale 7/3 at CRSSDFest.com!

Riot Ten Announces Massive Hype or Die World Tour

Riot Ten Announces Massive Hype or Die World Tour

Bass DJ Riot Ten has recently announced the highly anticipated Hype or Die World Tour along with a new single ‘Applesauce,’ in collaborative effort with EH!DE.

The Texas-based DJ exploded onto the bass music scene after releasing 2017’s headbanger anthem ‘Railbreaker,’ which saw support from The Chainsmokers, Excision, Steve Aoki, Kayzo, and NGHTMRE. Since then, he’s been selling out shows in the US, Asia, and Australia and has performed at major festivals around the globe. His uncontrollable energy and neck-breaking dubstep productions have captured the attention of the EDM industry and earned him a dedicated fanbase.

Riot Ten is confirmed to bring the Hype or Die World Tour to Lost Lands, Moonrise, Bass Canyon, Electric Zoo, Global Dance Festival, and more. With tour support from talented artists such as KRIMER (direct), HE$H, Carbin, Bandlez, Fransis Derelle, SubDocta, B-Sides, Swage, and Algo, this tour will be one to remember.

Hype or Die Tour Dates

JUL. 20 – Valhalla

JUL. 21 – Global Dance

JUL. 26 – Houston

JUL. 27 – Dallas

JUL. 28 – Big Dub Festival

AUG. 3 – China

AUG. 4 – China

AUG. 11 & 12 – Moonrise

AUG. 17 – Huntington Beach

AUG. 18 – 515 Alive Festival

AUG. 25  – Bass Canyon

AUG. 31 – EZoo

SEP. 7 – Madison

SEP. 14 & 15 – Nocturnal Wonderland

SEP. 16 – Lost Lands

SEP. 20 – Grand Rapids

SEP. 21-23 – Imagine Festival

SEP. 22 – OKC

OCT. 11 – Mt. Pleasant

OCT. 13 – Kansas City

NOV. 2 – Springfield

NOV. 3 – Memphis

NOV. 8 – SLC

NOV. 14 – Chico

NOV. 15 – Berkeley

NOV. 16 – Santa Cruz

NOV. 23 – Chicago (w/ Gammer)

NOV. 24 – Detroit (w/ Gammer)

NOV. 29 – Albuquerque

NOV. 30 – Reno

DEC. 6 – Indy

DEC. 7 – Tampa

DEC. 8 – Orlando

DEC. 15 – Toronto

DEC. 21 – Minneapolis