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Decibel 2013: "Decibel Presents" Video Series

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The premier festival of electronic music, Decibel Festival, is slowly approaching and I am absolutely stoked for this thing to take over our city of Seattle for 5 nights in order to bring us electro madness 2013.

Here's something to whet your whistle until the start of the fest: "Decibel Presents".

It's a collection of artist portraits that have been gathered throughout the years, and a celebration of the amazing artistry that has been featured in the last 9 iterations of Decibel.

Each week until the festival the folks behind Decibel will be featuring many dB artist's in a unique and intimate one on one setting.

Check this interview of dB alumni Daedelus as he speaks on music in today's world and it's meaning and accessibility.

Also! Los Angeles based MiMOSA, known for his high energy live shows and unique blend of hip-hop and dubstep, shares his influences and experiences, and thoughts on the current state of electronic music.

See these artists and so many more at Decibel 2013 and check the line-up here.

Sean DeTore,
Sean DeTore is the Associate Producer of KIRO Radio's The Ron and Don Show (weekdays 3-7). He's been with the guys for over 7 years.
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