THINK IN ELECTRONIC- UNLEASHING THE BEAT WITH JES

How are you doing and how has 2014 been treating you so far, highlight of the year so far? Hi ThinkinEDM! 2014 has been a pretty busy and interesting year so far. Already I have made a smooth transition into a new working space in Los Angeles. The new studio has been really inspiring and I have been able to finish off many of the songs I had started writing last year. I’m finally getting onto a better schedule and making a more balanced situation for myself. Making music is... Read The Rest →

CLICHE MAGAZINE: JES INTERVIEW

New York native JES has not left her throne since she entered the dance music game. From her hit song “As the Rush Comes” to “Imagination,” the blonde bombshell is as lovely and beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside. From her Los Angeles apartment, JES talks to us about her constant craving for the Big Apple, her two-story studio, and her positive yoga lifestyle. Check out the JES interview below! CLICK TO READ FULL INTERVIEW

GTR: JES INTERVIEW

The Queen of Rocktronica has been one of EDM’s most in-demand vocalists over the past ten years. Her collaborations with the biggest names in the electronic music industry, such as Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Motorcycle, Gabriel & Dresden, BT and a host of other amazing DJs and Producers has proven her to be a leading light in such a male dominated industry. CLICK TO READ FULL INTERVIEW

AJC: Were all these people duped into making geocentrism film?

It’s not unusual for movie trailers to get sci-fi enthusiasts excited, but the trailer for a small documentary blew up on the Internet this week and briefly left those same nerds just… confused. The film is called “The Principle,” and the trailer features two popular physicists and a voice that’s unmistakable for “Star Trek” fans. “Everything we think we know about our universe is wrong.” The voice you just heard was Kate Mulgrew, most recently known for playing prison chef Galina Reznikov in Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” but... Read The Rest →

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