Chicago native Ryan Raddon started out as a fan of British New Wave, listening to Tears For Fears, The Smiths and The Cult. However, after hanging around clubs with the great Frankie Knuckles behind the decks he began to develop a taste for house. By the time he attended school in Salt Lake City he was making a name for himself as a DJ and started releasing his own productions. One of them impressed OM Records so much, that they picked it up for distribution. Lured by the energetic house scene, he moved to San Francisco and joined OM in their Artist Relations department, and released his debut It's You, It's Me in 2003. The title track proved popular with the Lazy Dog club founders (Ben Watt and Jay Hannan), and repeated spins at their Sunday Socials led to Ryan making a name for himself as a deep house DJ. Since, he's continued to offer more soulful laid-back deep house for the mellow faithful.
Kaskade Concert Films
Freaks of Nature
Runtime: 1 hr 50 minJoin Kaskade as he sets out across North America on his highly acclaimed Freaks Of Nature Tour. The film captures moments from his historic sold out Staples Center show in Los Angeles and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium show in San Francisco along with 40 other stops on the tour. Immerse yourself in his signature sound and amazing visuals that have truly set Kaskade apart and made him the leader in the World of Electronic Dance Music.
Kaskade Top Tracks
Runtime: 9 minTiesto, The Godfather of EDM, joins PausePlay to talk about the days he discovered DJing in Greece, the Vintage Frames Company, loving hot things, and what it's like to co-produce a song with him.
Meowingtons Hax: Live from Toronto
Runtime: 1 hr 54 minCaptured during the final stop of deadmau5’ record-breaking Meowingtons Hax Tour takes you into the heart of the action with one of electronic music’s biggest stars! Experience deadmau5 like never before, packing Toronto’s Rogers Centre with nearly 20,000 screaming fans! Full of record breaking performances, deadmau5’ Meowingtons Hax Tour made historic stops at Lollapalooza (where he co-headlined with Foo Fighters), NYC’s Roseland Ballroom (where he played 6 consecutive sold out nights) and LA’s Hollywood Palladium (where he played 4 consecutive sold out nights). SPIN had this to say about his Lollapalooza performance: “The level of spectacle that the Canadian electronic musician/producer commands is not just beyond any other electronic act, it's beyond any other act period” ‘Meowingtons Hax 2k11 TORONTO,’ brings you mind-blowing visuals, some of his biggest hits, live performances, and previously unreleased tracks.