August 8, 2012
As you may have seen in some of the videos posted, we went out to Las Vegas a few months ago. While we were there, we were guests of Shecky Green (Jonathan Shecter) and the EDM empire he presides over at the Wynn/Encore. It’s been hard to really give people a picture of what exactly we were a part of as far as the events out there went… That is, until now. This highlight video, released by Shecky’s media team, shows some of the best moments from an eventful few days at Surrender, Tryst, Encore Beach Club and XS. Give it a watch and envy the luxury and lifestyle of a Superstar DJ in the Las Vegas scene.
It also has an appearance or three by the UniqueSquared Mobile Studio. Who knew that we’d see our favorite wheeled lounge/studio rubbing elbows with the likes of Steve Aoki, Lil Jon, Calvin …
April 3, 2012
When the Mobile Studio team were first told that we were going to WMC and Ultra, we had a very different picture of how it was going to go down. At first, we assumed we would be parking the bus somewhere at WMC. However, a few of us, including myself, had never been to WMC/Ultra before and assumed that it was just at some convention center somewhere in Miami. It turned out to be in a tent, no bigger than a hockey rink, pitched next to the W Hotel on South Beach; literally a stone’s throw from the water.
We had the bus parked out front in the parking lot adjacent to the beach and hotel and began running operations as usual until the second day in which we would begin artist interviews with Liquid Todd of Sirius XM. A normal day on the Mobile Studio is opening …
DJ Scott Mad Flip
November 17, 2011
Justin Blau, aka 3LAU, is doing it all right about now. He is producing top notch remixes and mash-ups. He is touring in support of his music and live performances. He is a full time student on the dean’s list. Yup, and he just signed with PGA management group. We first ran into 3LAU when we were on location at the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim almost a year ago. We were shooting our vids and he recognized that we were from UniqueSquared and mentioned that he won one of our contests and we sent him NI Maschine. We were stoked and captured that very moment here. Since then 3LAU has been destroying the blogosphere with delicious remixes, performing nation wide, all the while maintaining his GPA. We caught up with him in Atlanta at our studios before his gig at Georgia Tech
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August 24, 2011
The IDentity Festival in our hometown! Atlanta, GA life has now been changed… for the better of course. Dee jays, producers, and all sorts of butterfly-winged, pixie dust-having, bass cone-loving kiddies came to Lakewood Amphitheatre to have a great time and hail all things bass.
The Unique Squared Mobile Studio right next to the stage baby!
The crowd and Steve Aoki – having a good time
The Atlanta crowd knows how to show love to their dee jays
The Crystal Method deciding whether or not to bash a Darth Vader piñata
The answer was yes, they did bash out the Darth Vader piñata
It’s been a great task to bring you guys all the activities from the tour. Stay tuned for our full wrap up of our stops on the IDentity Festival Tour.
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August 17, 2011
ID Festival @ Charlotte, NC – We’re HERE!
Whew – WE DON’T STOP!!
Yesterday we we’re in the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Charlotte, NC for one of the stops at IDentity Festival and MAN, was it a good time. If you needed a full helpings worth of deep bass, great atmosphere, and all around goodness – then you had to look no further.
Festival-goers with light posts going up in flames in the background (ok light posts weren’t really going up in flames)
Le Castle Vania getting the crowd pumped
Thousands of electronica heads infiltrated Charlotte, NC and descended onto the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater to participate in a massive congregation of dee jays, producers, and musicians all with one thing in mind – bang beats hard!
Chemical Brothers and the crowd – Call and response
During our stay we met/saw many of the staple artists in what seemed …