Dëhasse to play Union Night Club in Los Angeles this Thanksgiving / Black Friday November 25th.


Premier European Electronic Music Talent Dëhasse will perform at Union Nightclub in LA this Thanksgiving / Black Friday the 25th of November launching his new “Dëhasse with Friends” Concept. The event will be held in the Noise Room at the multi-facetted venue.  Joining Dëhasse are special guest Spanish producer “Groovebox” and Los Angeles based Eddie Portillo, and Jason Blakemore, Julian Anthony and Dj Thee-O.

The date earmarks the beginning of a series of events in Los Angeles.  More details will be  released soon.

Watch the trailer to the event down below



A spokesperson for Union LA commented: Dëhasse is a true pioneer in the European techno and progressive scene and has achieved much credible success under many different guises whilst also previously in his career launching many world class Electronic music stars of today. Dëhasse is a true visionary of Electronic Music and we are delighted to bring his new exciting concept “Dëhasse With Friends” to Union LA.

Dëhasse Added: Union is an awesome space to stage a serious Electronic Music Event and myself and my team are very much looking forward to the event on Black Friday.

The launch of “Dëhasse With Friends” coincides with the promo launch of the new Dëhasse single “Reaction” and the brand-new YouTube Channel: Dehasse.TV.

Further forthcoming Dëhasse releases this fall include the new melodic techno stormer entitled “Dorian Gray”, appropriately named after the late great and legendary 90’s Techno club in Frankfurt, Germany.

In the past 4 years Dëhasse has enjoyed a string of hits on Electronic Music Portal Beatport and in 2012, Dëhasse mixed the theme tune to the London 2012 Olympic Games “Harder Than You Think” with heritage Hip Hop act “Public Enemy”. The track reached top 5 in the UK National Chart.

Over the past 2 years, Dëhasse’s music has found its way into mainstream sync and advertising campaigns with his track “Mountains We Can’t Climb” being featured by leading US clothing brands Roxy Clothing, Fox Head Clothing and French shoe brand Etines AB&A on their respective advertising campaigns. The track was also featured by Insomniac Events on their Escape Halloween trailer.

To listen to Dëhasse’s Dorian Gray, follow this link https://youtu.be/nf-HV2aOcHM

To listen to Dëhasse’s Reaction Club mix, follow this link https://youtu.be/KQ4Z5ItlYyY

For tickets purchase them HERE



Happy Anniversary Discovery Sessions



A year ago we launched Discovery Sessions to share a more local sound to you all and with sixteen episodes to our name we are happy to thank all of you who’ve listen this past year. We’ve compiled the sixteen episodes in a mix for you to discover or re-discover for your music pleasure. Thank you again and here to another year of music!

Interested in participating in our Discovery Sessions? Shoot us an email at DiscoverySessionsMusic@gmail.com

Weekend in LA 8.02

Check out whats happening this weekend in LA

Create Nightclub

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8.05 EC Twins


8.06 Helena


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Exchange LA

99E54EA6-9B1F-C12B-6477C38DEEC395DB (1)8.05 Dreamstate presents John O’Callaghan, Bryan Kearney & Standerwick.


8.06 UZ, Bare, Jaykode


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Avalon Hollywood


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8.05 Blood Sweat and Bass w/ Dieselboy, Downlink, Mayhem


8.06 Nora En Pure extended set


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Discovery Sessions

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Weekend in LA 7.26

Check out what’s happening this Weekend in LA

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7.29 Henry Fong w/ Julian Jordan


7.30 Dannic


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Exchange LA


7.28 Okkay w/ UM


7.29 W&W


7.30 Gehrplay w/ Grum


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Avalon Hollywood

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7.29 Blackbear w/ Cavalier


7.30 Michael Woods


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Discovery Sessions 005 w/ Wutam


Welcome to our fifth edition of Discovery Sessions, thank you very much for stopping by and taking a look at all the upcoming talent that we have to share with you. This week edition comes to you from a DJ/Producer named Wutam out of Florida with his new Funstep sound! But i’ll let him tell you more about himself down below, enjoy and let us know what you think! Cheers!



So Cal Edm Events (SCEE): Thank you for taking the time to answer this interview let’s start off simple what is your name? What do you go by? Are you from southern California? If not where are you from? And what genre of electronic music do you play?

Wutam (W): Hi my name is Matt and I go by the stage name Wutam. I am originally from Florida and have been in SoCal for about 7 years. I make and play all kinds of BassMusic – Dubstep – Trap – Breaks – and some Glitch Hop – I call it Funstep.  

SCEE: How long have you been producing/Djing? What inspired you to become a producer? Who is your biggest inspiration? Do you have any residencies locally?

W: I started Dj-ing in 1994 and my first record came out in 1999 – Rokit – I had dj’ed for a while and the next step was to produce. After hearing the songs that I was playing and having my own ideas on how things should sound,  I just went for it! My biggest inspiration at the time was Dynamix II ;the kings of Bass. Currently my time is spent in the studio, however a local residency would be something that would be fun in the future. 

SCEE: What has been the biggest festival/Club you’ve played at? How was that experience? Was it memorable? What would you change?

W: I played at the Love Parade in San Francisco and it was amazing, a sea of people that Ill never forget, one of the most memorable places that I have played at, I wouldn’t change a thing unless I could make the festival last longer! 

SCEE:  Where do you plan on being in five years career wise?

W: Putting out monster tracks and having collaborations with top level producers on my label Prism Recordings, playing festivals, clubs, and sharing as much music as I can.


SCEE: A lot of people will be reading this article, if you could tell them something about yourself to maybe support you what would you say?

W: If you like to have fun and bounce to great music – stay tuned to Wutam and Prism Recordings and keep your ear out for what I call Funstep.

SCEE: We have a great deal of followers following us, what would you tell the people who are going to hear this to expect from your mini mix? What do you want to them to take note of?

W: Id tell them get ready to bounce – its exciting and fun, like watching a really good movie. 

SCEE: What do you do outside of music?

W: There is something outside of music?  I do enjoy going to the movies, playing with my cat, making funny videos, and eating sushi!

SCEE:  What do you think of the current scene? Do you think new people need to freshen up the scene?

W: I think the current scene is doing very well, new people coming into it is what keeps it fresh. Everyone has new ideas and new perspectives and that is what the scene needs to thrive. 

SCEE: Finish this sentence… Music is

W:  … everything and everywhere for us to enjoy and make memories to remember for a lifetime.

SCEE: Lastly we’d like to thank you for participating, for anyone interested in following you more where can they do so? 

W: Check out my soundcloud at soundcloud.com/wutam 

my Instagram for funny pics and current events @mattwutam

and my Facebook @wutamofficial – shoutout to you guys for doing this and having me – Chelsea @PrismRecordings – my amazing teachers at Dubspot and Studio DMI – the producers who put everything into making good songs for us – and the people listening. I hope you enjoy my mini mix for SoCal EDM Events – Wutam out! 

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Hard Summer Saturday Playlist


Hard Summer happens this weekend so we thought we’d share a playlist of all the artist that will on the lineup this weekend! We kick things off with Saturday night lineup. A little note I’ll be the first to admit that when I started this list I was very shall we say skeptical on what I would put because of my lack of knowledge on some of these artist, especially with the hip hop acts and the lesser known acts that I had never heard of. But I came out quiet surprised on some of the artist that I found that I did not know before this post. I invite you to have an open mind when listen to this because it’s a mix of all kinds of genre of music and some of the well known acts as well and some not so much! We make this to showcase something that you might not normal even turn an ear for to possibly maybe have you discover something out of your comfort zone. I hope you Enjoy the choices and let us know what you think as you hear this playlist! Tomorrow the Sunday mix will be updated!

Playlist Track

1. The Morning by The Weekend

2. Go by The Chemical Brothers

3. Clouds by KSHMR & Dillon Francis

4. Unison by Porter Robinson

5. Studio by Schoolboy Q

6. Say My Name by ODESZA

7. Our Demons by The Glitch Mob (Filous Remix)

8. After Life by Tchami

9. Here for you by Gorgon City

10. This Could be Us- Rae Scremmurd

11. I love you by Woodkid

12. Lifestyle by Young Thug

13. The Drop by Bro Safari

14. Need this by GriZ

15. Dare you 2 move  by Destructo

16. Hard Time by Seinabo Sey

17.  Superspeed by Lido & Canblaster

18. Sampler mix by Hot Since 82 (mini mix not title of song)

19. Choo Choo by Boys Noize & Salva

20. Bang by Erol Alkan

21. Shiba San mini mix (5min sample)

22. Bounce by Mercer & 4B

23. King by Years & Years

24. Weather Man by Lunice

25. Impress of You by Giraffage

26. Trap Arms by Milo & Otis

27. Deep Down Low by Valentiono Khan (Favorite lol)

28. Bailando by Engrique Iglesias ( Matoma Official Remix)

29. I met you by Flume

30. Young in Love by Sweater Beats

31. Unechanted3 by Alesia

32. Fall over by Banks (Djemba Djemba remix)

33. Down and Dirty by Sharam Jey

34. Anonymous by Dirtyphonics

35. Pool girls by Nina Las Vegas

36. Crank by Ghastly X Mija

37. Nobody by Vanilla Ace

38. Sharpe James by Nadus

39. Still waiting by Hunter Siegel

40. If only by Maya Payne

41. Grind Hard by GANZ

42. Hood Life by Doug English (Eyes everywhere remix)

43. Excist by OEVERWERK