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Your New Orleans Dance Music Roundup: TVBOO, sfam, Klutch & More

June 9th, 2019 | For your second edition of OUR NEW ORLEANS DANCE MUSIC ROUNDUP, we’re bringing you a mix of heavy-hitters and emerging artists. This week, we have seven new releases from: TVBOO, sfam, GØ PNIK, The Gentle Giant, Klutch, GREIGN, and bàwldy.

Your Current New Orleans Releases

TVBOO must’ve taken a break from his ridiculously funny Twitter series, TVBOO TVLKS, to bring us “Skrawberries.”

You can catch him all over the country in the next few weeks – check his Facebook events for details.

New Orleans’ favorite , sfam, released “confused,” a dark, unsettling, bass-heavy track.

Like the former, you can catch the duo in various cities in the upcoming weeks.

GØ PNIK just wants listeners to be happy and dance with their new track “DON’T BE SAD.”

One of the few Louisiana producers bringing a new sound to old-school trap, The Gentle Giant‘s new track “Evidence” will surely get a dance floor moving.

Klutch once again proves his versatility by flipping “Crisis,” an aggressive rap track by Jasiah into an equally aggressive dance track.

Catch Klutch appear alongside TVBOO as their emo-DJ duo Hurricane Season at Republic on June 14.

A local emerging artist, GRIEGN, released “Lumen,” a pretty track featuring synths as bright as the sun.

bàwldy has another wobble-heavy track, “SHLAPPER,” with artists Hedron and MeSo. Trust me, the wobbles do, indeed, shlapp.

If you’re feeling adventurous, bàwldy will wobble a freakin’ battleship at High Caliber Festival in Camden, New Jersey the weekend of September 14.

As always it wouldn’t be a proper dance music roundup without chatting about some of the news happening in and around our scene. Check out some of the latest events, news, and social media coverage below! 

12th Planet Revitalizes Republic NOLA 

We’re starting off with a recap of 12th Planet’s ridiculous show at Republic NOLA last weekend. One of the OG’s of dubstep, 12th Planet is a crowd favorite in NOLA, and he showed that by repping a Mike Thomas jersey during the opening moments of his set. Check out the highlights below. 


GRiZ Features Boogie T

These two share a great friendship, and GRiZ showcased that on Friday with a cool feature showing Boogie playing some live funk. 

TVBOO Roasts Minnesota 

City Bar Continues Their Hot Streak

Spag Heady and Klutch took over the capital city this past weekend, and City Bar will continue that push this upcoming weekend with Portland producer Of The Trees. Tickets are still available below! 

Of the Trees at City Bar Baton Rouge

Music event in Baton Rouge, LA by City Bar Baton Rouge and 2 others on Friday, June 14 2019 with 145 people interested and 55 people going. 5 posts in…

Metro Announces New Shows 

Featured Photo: bàwldy & sfam 

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