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JBarera-WMartin-Graceless

Our affiliated artists continue to produce and get wavey around the world.

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This was the scene at Royale Boston Sunday night before true debauchery and masterful booty manipulation took place. Then this happened…

Nate Bluhm aka Begbick continues his Thursday night residency at Club Cafe and recently made headlines playing the first-ever all-LGBTQ music festival.

Switching gears, #MakeItNew resident DJ and Boston musician John Barera has a new LP coming out with fellow Boston producer Will Martin and “Graceless” is poised to be one of the biggest LPs of the year. They made a DJ chart to commemorate the release. You can view the whole chart here. Some of my favorites are below.

You should also take a look at this interview with Barera and Martin conducted by electronicbeats.net. Both artists speak very candidly about their creative process.

John Barera & Will Martin — “My whole life is trial and error.”

Durkin continues his ascent as a pioneer of dreamclub. His “U Guessed It” rework has been played over 8,000 times in 11 days. Catch him at Zuzu regularly for Central Air and don’t sleep on his productions for Dorchester’s own Black El.

Update: Durkin just premiered a remix at Run The Trap.

Ricardo Donoso is also doing big things. A year ago, we got to witness the premiere of his “A Song for Echo” at the Hayden Planetarium. A Song for Echo was released last week, and is the soundtrack to a film of the same name by Julie Nymann. Resident Advisor did a nice synopsis about the album.

Not to be overlooked, Bosq via the Whiskey Barons recently completed a jaunt to Europe, including this appearance in Brussels.

Do not sleep on his recent productions with the soulstress Nicole Willis:

This is just a few of the stories of these Boston artists. There’s more where that came from. Follow our agency on Twitter to keep up:

Get involved in music via our Ableton classes. Most of our talented artists use the program, why shouldn’t you? Email Sarah to get started.

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