Sebastian Ingrosso coming to San Francisco

Swedish DJ and producer Sebastian Ingrosso is going to spin at San Francisco’s hottest nightclub, Ruby Skye, on Friday, November 5th 2010. Ingross is rank 25 on 2009s top 100 DJ’s list. He is behind some of the top house songs throughout the world including Leave the World Behind, Miami 2 Ibiza, One, and many more. Continue reading

Raqthehousehead Celebrates a Birthday Today

Today I celebrate another day of life and blessed to continue my journey living and enjoying the wonderful sounds of HOUSE. As I woke up this morning ready to begin my day there was one song I wanted to hear that reminds me why I live and breathe for the sounds of House. Continue reading

Kanye West Remixed One Of Europe’s Hottest House Tracks

“Alors on Danse”(So we dance) is definitely a beat that will make you want to get off your seat and dance. Continue reading

He is not called Cascade, but Kaskade

Ryan Raddon is a famous house producer, also known as Kaskade.  He is known for performing at famous house events, such as LovEvoution, the Electric Daisy Festival,  Europe’s LoveParade, and Cochella.  He recently released an electric daisy album which featured some of his songs from his performance the Electric Daisy Festival, which gave him enough publicity and attention to continue on to release his own full album entitled “Dynasty” which was his first, truly mainstream house album that gain attention world-wide.

He collaborates with many other house producers, the most famous being Deadmau5.  His famous singles with Deadmou5 are “Move for Me” and “I Remember”.  Some of his more famous solo singles include “Dynasty” and “Fire in Your New Shoes”.  His most famous albums are “Love Mysterious”, “Here & Now”, “Strobelite Seduction”, and “Dynasty”.


He has placed thirty-fifth in DJ Magazine’s list of Top 100 DJs.  He has already done so much for the world of house, and his style continues to evolve.  Hopefully his evolution will gather more fans to the world of house.

The Cancellation of LovEvolution

San Francisco’s most anticipated event of the year for house music fanatics was canceled this year, leaving hundreds of people disappointed. Continue reading