Dog Blood [Skrillex + Boys Noize] to play a special gig @ New City Gas

Dog Blood [Skrillex + Boys Noize] to play a special gig @ New City Gas

What if we tell you that this Saturday at Montreal’s infamous New City Gas you will be able to party (or rave if you are more ‘hardcore’) to the beats of EDM superstars Skrillex and Boys Noize’s collaboration project, Dog Blood, accompanied by the more chill vibe of opening act, Samo Sound Boy?

Well, it will sound pretty freaking good to anyone interested in Dog Blood’s waves of raging acid-infused electro synths with a foreplay of the more stripped-down dance music brought by the opening dj; it would also be a great cure to the hangover from Tiesto’s show from the night before. Just click here for tickets!

Almost a year ago in August 2012, after a couple of studio sessions in Berlin, Skrillex and Boys Noize released their first single as DJ-duo Dog Blood entitled "Middle Finger" via Boysnoize Records and OWSLA.

Listen to their single and their Coachella set on the duo's Soundcloud.

Ever since their release, they have made a few appearances around the globe, mainly in highly popular music festivals such as Coachella and Ultra Music Festival. So, this will be a really special occasion that you shall not miss, as the boys from Dog Blood will "PLAY a rare club gig," as put on their twitter account.

Check out Skrillex and Boys Noize as they talk about their collab at 6:20.

And who is Samo Sound Boy? He is an L.A.-based DJ, producer, and co-founder of record label Body High. His influences include, but are not limited to, 90s hip-hop and surprisingly Buddy Holly. Interested in knowing more about him? Check out this interview by Live For The Funk and check out his Soundcloud.

Photo credits: http://www.djz.com/news/top-5-best-dj-edm-supergroups-bands/

By Daniel Marquez
Jul 9, 2013 @ 14:17

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