KING WURM aka "Don Ross" is an Electronic music producer from Nashville, Tn. The Producer (born, November 13, 1985) is known for his work in The Sex Bombs, Dirty Mountain Tops, Gamma Daze, Stereo Wars, and I Scream. Ross constructs an exploration of digital and analog mediums, creating immersive audio experiences. Wanting to try something different, he began writing music and soundscapes for visual artists. He has since worked with Gustavo Torres, Simon Falk, Andrew Knives, and Daniel Lee, along with many others.
A smooth new mix for your holiday weekend. Vibe out Tiger.
Little Beast is pleased to announce the premier of Kossisko's "Modern Love" from his forthcoming horror short film, entitled "2037." He met with our photographer William Converse-Richter and director Joseph Kenneth in LA this month to take some photos and talk about the film.
We decided to make the release a two part thing considering Mercury is going into retrograde tomorrow and Joseph's interview is still being edited. Find William's shoot with Kossisko below and check back on May 22nd for part two. Mercury will be all love by then.
To view more from Kossisko, visit his website.
Styling: Merav Walklet
Someone tagged a person called @dubmassive (David Lewerentz) in a post that went up on the Little Beast IG and I wound up down a rabbit hole thinking that I recognized the name. Above is the first of many beats on his Soundcloud page. Below is the first video that I landed on after clicking the link in @dubmassive's bio. It's by one of David's three aliases, Snövit (Snow White in Swedish). To begin to understand David's subtle genius you must read our impromptu interview that I've screen capped in the gallery below. Use the arrows < > to navigate the conversation.
You can meet David in person (on our Snapchat channel) on April 15th, 2016, when he takes us raving in Sweden.
If you keep up with us on Instagram or Snapchat you know that we've been curating a series of video shorts through the eyes of creatives that we either work with or admire. The guys from Disco Texas recently took over our Snapchat channel on a gig trip from Lisbon to London. Their takeover will be featured here on the site when the first batch of episodes roll out.
For now you can find a brief interview below, along with some tracks from Xinobi and Moullinex.
little beast: How and when did Disco Texas come about?
DT: We started throwing club nights under this name, back in 2006, so almost 10 years now.
The name was just an umbrella for several like-minded producers and DJs to group under. We didn't have a manifesto or plan, but everyone was into making club music fun.
little beast: What's in the name?
DT: There's pineapple juice on that name :) It is Discotexas altogether ;)
little beast: Is everyone based in Lisbon?
DT: At the label office, yes! However our artists are pretty much from all around the globe.
little beast: How much of a role do the two of you play in concepting videos, creating content, art direction of each artist?
DT: We try not to interfere with the artistic vision of whoever we're working with. But we have a strong sense of the label's identity in the way that we want our records to be easily identified - to contribute to this idea of artistic family, with its differences, but a common DNA and approach to music.
little beast: Do you have any projects you're especially excited about this year?
DT: Yes, we are launching a sublabel called Forbidden Cuts, heavily focused on club music. Xinobi, Da Chick and Moullinex EPs are on the way. We're getting The Discotexas Band together to record music under this alias for the first time, as we only played live shows in the past.
It's gonna be a busy year!
Visit their site (discotexas.com) to learn more.