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I got a giveaway for all the club rats out there. To enter to win all you gotta do is follow @carnabyclothing on Twitter and/or like Carnaby Street Clothing on Facebook. Winner will be notified tomorrow afternoon. This show has been sold out for weeks and is sure to be a crowd pleaser! The winner will receive a pair of free tickets to the event!

 

If you already like us or follow us, you’re already entered. And you’re super cool. So congrats on that.

Check out a video of Porter Robinson below…

 

Snoop a.k.a. Snoopy Doggy Dogg a.k.a. Snoop Lion a.k.a. DJ Snoopadelic has released a new EDM mixtape entitled “Loose Joints.” It’s a chill mix, though it’s more suited for a relaxing drive down PCH than any club-banging and/or fist-pumping antics.

I also don’t understand how one can call oneself a DJ with no actual track mixing or blending whatsoever….but I digress.

Download or stream HERE.
For more info on Snoop Lion’s foray into new musical territory, check out his collab with Major Lazer HERE.

For those who happen to be in the area of Hollywoodland this Friday, party it up with Italian beat phenomenon Congorock at the Avalon. If you’re a fan of Major Lazer, Laidback Luke or just electronic music in general, you’ll love him for sure.

Congorock’s, “Babylon,” became a gigantic international club hit and across-the-board festival favorite of everyone from Diplo and Sinden to Tiesto and David Guetta. And If Diplo approves, then we love it too.

Check out the vid for Babylon below.

Tix are just $20 with guestlist. You can RSVP HERE until Friday (11.4) at 5pm for discounted entry.

If you live around the L.A. area and have an extra $20 bucks in your skinny jeans, check out the Culture Collide Festival, running October 6-9. It’s mostly unknowns (the biggest name is Brazilian headliner CSS) but when it comes to electronic music, the more obscure, the often better.

There’s even some fun for the broke-ass folks (like me), with a FREE block party Sunday at the Festival’s closing featuring some of the biggest acts like Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, and Datarock.

Go to TICKETWEB.COM for $20 Wristbands