Looking for a way to add fun to your typical hump day? Why not tuning into Titan Internet Radio for some EDM! Scott Casciotta is the hosts for his show, “Cascio on the Air”, every Wednesday night from 5pm-6pm. Scott is a self-taught DJ who goes by the alias of “Cascio”. His top DJ inspirations are Hardwell and Swedish House Mafia. He curates and mixes his very own playlist using his iPad and the Numark I DJ Pro (DJ Controller). Cascio pushes his imagination by not having a set list; he would synthesize different songs into anything he wants. He works on matching unique beats and melodies because he wants to make the best sound for his audience to experience.
Spinning deep into the trance zone
Beside DJing on Titan Radio, Cascio also make appearances at parties and campus events. There is a good chance you can catch him at the TSU underground at Cal State Fullerton putting on some hot mixes or just hanging out with friends. Cascio encourages his friends to give Electronic music a try because there are many sub-genres within the EDM title such as Dubstep, Electro, French House, Trance, Progressive, Trap, and much more. They are all different sounds that can each cater to different people. Cascio believes that everyone should attend at least one EDM music festival or rave in their life. The experience does not only revolve around the orgasmic bass filled music but the electrified atmosphere with friendly faces who ready to dance all night.
If you haven’t tune into Titan Radio to listen to Cascio’s live broadcast, you are definitely missing out. But it is not too late, just remember Wednesday nights of Fall Semester (5pm- 6pm) is where the party is at!
Remember to live in the moment, but always love the experience. – Scott Casciotta
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Written by: Thuy Vi Pham
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Going to a show in Downtown LA is always the bes,t because you never know what sort of weird individuals will be lurking around the corner. As we stood in line to enter the theatre, we were greeted by a homeless man who asked the two guys in front of us if he could grace them with some gospel tunes. Props to him for having a great voice, but it was the most awkward and hilarious thing that I think has ever happened to me at a show. But let’s move on to show.
The openers were Bad Suns and The Chain Gang of 1974. Unfortunately, the crowd just wasn’t feeling them. It might have been that we were just too excited for The Vaccines or we just weren’t interested. I think this bothered the lead singer of The Chain Gang of 1974, because he called out a girl in the front row and told her “I’m aware you’re unhappy bi**h.” The shocked faces of the crowd were priceless. But the vibe of the theatre changed as soon as “Mercy” by Kanye West began playing and The Vaccines walked on stage.
I have been a fan of theirs for a while now and saw the boys play Coachella in 2012, so I knew they would put on a great show. I am so happy to say they exceeded my expectations. What’s great about their tunes is the simplicity of the music and lyrics. They just make you feel like letting go and that’s exactly what the crowd did. We sang at the top of our lungs and jumped along to the garage sounding, pop-punk tunes. Justin Young really interacted with the crowd, taking over the whole stage, and getting us to sing along with him.
During the encore, the biggest disco ball I’ve ever seen came down over the stage and lit up the entire room as Justin Young, Freddie Cowan, Arni Arnason, and Pete Robertson played their last few songs of the night. At the end of the set, I pushed my way to the front where the best roadie in the world gave me a set list. Thank you kind sir.
It was my first show at The Mayan Theatre and it didn’t disappoint.
Overall: a fantastic night.
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The House of Blues of Anaheim was packed on Saturday night, September 7th. I arrived fashionably late, (more…)
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