Two of the genre’s modern-day superstars, Dolla and Summit have revealed a brand-new event series, Everything Always. The joint venture follows a handful of high-profile collaborative DJ sets from the two, perhaps most notably at Detroit’s fabled Movement festival in late May.
Details about Everything Always are under wraps at the moment, but fans of Dolla and Summit can register for updates here and follow the brand’s Instagram. They have not yet announced any shows, but fans are safe to expect a tour on the horizon.
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The news arrives in the wake of a contentious legal dispute between Summit’s record label, Off the Grid, and a promoter who had been using the name for their electronic music events since 2015. After blasting Off The Grid Campout on Twitter and claiming they’d “sued” him over the trademark, controversy erupted as Summit’s fans attacked the organization, who claimed there was “never a lawsuit.”
Summit, who ultimately deleted his initial tweets, went on to publicly apologize and announce an impending rebrand of Off the Grid Records.
“about the label name, i acted out of emotion and truly apologize for all the drama i stirred up in taking it to social media,” he tweeted. “i’ve been talking w the OTG campout team and apologized to them directly but i also wanted to do so publicly. they’ve agreed to stop pursuing legal action & my team and i are working on a rebrand.”