Back in 2015 Perfecto Records boss Paul Oakenfold bought a four-bedroom, four-bath home in the Hollywood Hills for $2,965,000. These days the notable trancemeister, who is only the second owner of this post-and-beam 2,825 sq. ft. home built in 1953 by architect Robert Boyle, is too busy gallivanting around the world to enjoy his Mid-Century Modern abode so he’s decided to rent it out for $7,995 per month. The house is moments away from the busy 101 Freeway, but the hills shield it from noisy traffic. If you decide to plunk down the cash to sleep in Oakey’s bed, you’ll be in the company of neighbors including EDM stars Zedd, Avicii, Borgore and Calvin Harris. Party on.
Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto label will release the upcoming eighth studio album from Israeli-bred, Los Angeles-based psy-trance duo Infected Mushroom. The Black Shawarma is due out on September 8th and features the duo’s trademark mixture of rock and trance. The album also features guest appearances from two rock heavyweights: Korn’s Jonathan Davis handles on the first single “Smashing the Opponent,” while Perry Farrell fronts “Killing Time.”
Obligatory press gush from Amit “Duvdev” Duvedevani about working wth Davis and Farrell: “Recording with Jonathan and Perry was a highlight, of course. They were both incredibly cool. The fact that they liked the tracks was awesome because we’re huge fans of what they do.”
Infected Mushroom will kick off its North American tour In Anaheim, CA on June 11th. See a complete list of tour dates after the jump.