Daily Bread Gifts NetFreqTV with First #FREQout Mini Mix

In his own words, "Daily Bread is the psychedelic electronic hiphop venture of Rhett Whatley." He will be playing before ill.Gates on New Years Eve in Atlanta at Aisle 5, and he made for us a NYE mini mix!


RL Grime So Nice We Had to Do It Twice!

So I know we had already covered this show, but the show was just so sick we had to post about it again. Our other writer, Danielle, was there too and was inspired to write this. Enjoy!


Wow. I haven't been that blown away by a weekday show in a while. One thing is certain, RL Grime has gotten too big for the small rooms he has booked on this tour. They are all selling out ahead of time with many fans left outside. I was luck enough to make it to Terminal West on Monday with a ticket in hand. 


STS9 Announce 3-Night Winter Runs in Aspen, Chicago and Athens

2015 is already looking to be a big year for STS9. The acclaimed instrumental electronic rock band—who will kick off the new year in Denver with four nights at the Fillmore Auditorium--have announced multiple night runs in AspenChicago and Athens for February and March.


RL Grime Shows Why He Still Leads the "Trap Pack"

When trap music artist RL Grime performed Monday night at Terminal West, it was his first show in Atlanta since a lavishly-praised 2013 TomorrowWorld set. Expectations from fans soared high at the sold-out show, and Grime didn’t let them down. 

The 23-year-old delivered his A-game in a sharp, dynamic set, reaffirming that the rising artist merits the hype — although “Skyrocketing” might be a more precise term for Grime’s current career trajectory. And he made it look easy by impeccably following a crucial law of communication: know your audience.


Above & Beyond Release Previews Album ‘We Are All We Need’ via Youtube Channel

Yesterday, (December 16), U.K. electronic act ABOVE & BEYOND offered a tantalizing window into their new album WE ARE ALL WE NEED’s expansive 16 tracks. For the trio’s third studio album that’s due out January 20 on Anjunabeats/Ultra Music, the 90-second preview clips range from their anthemic festival tracks such as "All Over The World"and "Fly To New York" (feat. Zoë Johnston) to downtempo moments like "Little Something" (feat. Justine Suissa) and the melancholic "Sink The Lighthouse (feat. Alex Vargas). Also included, are the previous singles "We're All We Need" (feat. Zoë Johnston), "Blue Sky Action" and "Sticky Fingers" (feat. Alex Vargas).