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electronic-life:

Ultra Records is suing Youtube sensation, Michelle Phan, for using their music in her Youtube videos, including songs by Kaskade. Even Kaskade finds this lawsuit wrong and ridiculous.  

electronic-life:

Ultra Records is suing Youtube sensation, Michelle Phan, for using their music in her Youtube videos, including songs by Kaskade. Even Kaskade finds this lawsuit wrong and ridiculous.  

(via techn0logic)


Tomorrowland 2014 (x)
Tomorrowland 2014 (x)

(Source: edm-lovers, via techn0logic)

I didn’t even make that shirt, but I thought it was cool. I am kind of a feminist. I studied feminist theory in school. I love my mom and my grandma, and if I had a daughter, I would love her and encourage her to put as much independent thought into her life as her looks, as I would encourage my son.

I think that our entire society is so used to telling girls that they’re there to be beautiful and telling guys that the beautiful girls are there for them to fuck. There’s so much social conditioning where young girls are confined to basically playing with dolls and are taught at an early age to wear makeup and be pretty and to like pink. Then you see a lineup of DJs and it’s like, 99% men and most of the female performers are hot, scantily-clad dancers. And I’m not dissing that they’re dancers! Although I do wish that females were given more of an opportunity on a musical level, beyond just singing.

On the other hand, you’ve got companies like Google [who] have this huge campaign right now trying to cool-ify programming for women. I think shit like that is amazing. I think it’s better to focus on humanitarian issues and how to make people feel empowered and how to promote community and health and happiness, and if music can align with that, that’s great. I think there are a lot of artists who do that.

– Lorin Ashton/Bassnectar responding to Katie Bain of Insomniac.  This reply is in reference to:  Ok, switching gears. I feel like you’re more sensitive to misogyny than other people in the scene.  I saw a Bassnectar T-shirt at Hard Summer last year that said, “Party with Respectable Women.” (via darthmoonmoon)
electronic-life:

Ultra Records is suing Youtube sensation, Michelle Phan, for using their music in her Youtube videos, including songs by Kaskade. Even Kaskade finds this lawsuit wrong and ridiculous.  

electronic-life:

Ultra Records is suing Youtube sensation, Michelle Phan, for using their music in her Youtube videos, including songs by Kaskade. Even Kaskade finds this lawsuit wrong and ridiculous.  

(via techn0logic)


Tomorrowland 2014 (x)
Tomorrowland 2014 (x)

(Source: edm-lovers, via techn0logic)

(via psyfvcked)

strawberry-unicorns:

watercolors are so fun

strawberry-unicorns:

watercolors are so fun

(via techn0logic)

(Source: intractably, via intractably)

I didn’t even make that shirt, but I thought it was cool. I am kind of a feminist. I studied feminist theory in school. I love my mom and my grandma, and if I had a daughter, I would love her and encourage her to put as much independent thought into her life as her looks, as I would encourage my son.

I think that our entire society is so used to telling girls that they’re there to be beautiful and telling guys that the beautiful girls are there for them to fuck. There’s so much social conditioning where young girls are confined to basically playing with dolls and are taught at an early age to wear makeup and be pretty and to like pink. Then you see a lineup of DJs and it’s like, 99% men and most of the female performers are hot, scantily-clad dancers. And I’m not dissing that they’re dancers! Although I do wish that females were given more of an opportunity on a musical level, beyond just singing.

On the other hand, you’ve got companies like Google [who] have this huge campaign right now trying to cool-ify programming for women. I think shit like that is amazing. I think it’s better to focus on humanitarian issues and how to make people feel empowered and how to promote community and health and happiness, and if music can align with that, that’s great. I think there are a lot of artists who do that.

– Lorin Ashton/Bassnectar responding to Katie Bain of Insomniac.  This reply is in reference to:  Ok, switching gears. I feel like you’re more sensitive to misogyny than other people in the scene.  I saw a Bassnectar T-shirt at Hard Summer last year that said, “Party with Respectable Women.” (via darthmoonmoon)
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I didn’t even make that shirt, but I thought it was cool. I am kind of a feminist. I studied feminist theory in school. I love my mom and my grandma, and if I had a daughter, I would love her and encourage her to put as much independent thought into her life as her looks, as I would encourage my son.

I think that our entire society is so used to telling girls that they’re there to be beautiful and telling guys that the beautiful girls are there for them to fuck. There’s so much social conditioning where young girls are confined to basically playing with dolls and are taught at an early age to wear makeup and be pretty and to like pink. Then you see a lineup of DJs and it’s like, 99% men and most of the female performers are hot, scantily-clad dancers. And I’m not dissing that they’re dancers! Although I do wish that females were given more of an opportunity on a musical level, beyond just singing.

On the other hand, you’ve got companies like Google [who] have this huge campaign right now trying to cool-ify programming for women. I think shit like that is amazing. I think it’s better to focus on humanitarian issues and how to make people feel empowered and how to promote community and health and happiness, and if music can align with that, that’s great. I think there are a lot of artists who do that.

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