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    • YourEDM
      By YourEDM
      The reunited Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff have shocked fans everywhere as the nostalgic pair takes on EDM!
      Their first effort “Get Lit” doesn’t lack enthusiasm, but definitely limits itself with the straight up fist-pumping beat and predictable progression that tends to raise more eyebrows than hands. But as it turns out, there’s plenty more where the somewhat inspired, yet totally generic “Get Lit” came from.
      Will Smith reveals he and Jazzy Jeff are sitting on roughly “30 new songs” together. And deep down we know that his 1997 Big Willie Style self wouldn’t stand for the type of cookie-cutter production at work with “Get Lit.” There has to be some hits in there, right?
      Soon enough, we’ll know — because 30 songs sounds a lot like an album should be in the works.
      Get Lit – Will Smith & DJ Jazzy Jeff

      Source: High Snobiety | Photo via Livewire Festival
      This article was first published on Your EDM.
      Source: Will Smith Reveals He’s Sitting On 30 New Tracks With Jazzy Jeff
      Source: Your EDM
    • YourEDM
      By YourEDM
      The loss of headphone jacks on phones these days seems like a bit of a mass extinction event. One by one, major carriers have started to do away with the feature – though Apple wasn’t the first manufacturer to do so, the lack of headphone jack on the iPhone 7 definitely garnered the most press, if only because the moves Apple makes tend to cause waves throughout the industry.
      A little over a year later, Google revealed the Pixel 2 and announced that it, too, would no longer feature a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack.
      Talking to TechCrunch, Google’s Mario Queiroz said that Google wants to make all-screen phones. And having a 3.5mm headphone jack inside the phone doesn’t fit with that design strategy.
      “The primary reason [for dropping the jack] is establishing a mechanical design path for the future,” Queiroz said. “We want the display to go closer and closer to the edge. Our team said, ‘if we’re going to make the shift, let’s make it sooner, rather than later.’ Last year may have been too early. Now there are more phones on the market.”
      However, this reasoning doesn’t exactly ring true. An excellent example of a full-screen phone with a headphone jack and USB-C is none other than the Samsung Galaxy S8. This phone featured what Samsung called an ‘infinity display,’ which loosely translated to really, really small bezels and rounded edges on the sides.
      The Galaxy S8 measures 148.9 x 68.1 x 8.0 mm, with 5.8″ of screen size. The Pixel 2, by comparison, is a tad smaller, measuring 145.7 x 69.7 x 7.8 mm, and yet the screen is a full 0.8″ smaller… and still no headphone jack. Even the Pixel 2XL, which is comparatively massive at 157.9 x 76.7 x 7.9 mm, only affords an extra 0.2″ of screen size over the Galaxy S8. And also no headphone jack.

      So we’re not sure if we completely buy Quieroz’ explanation, but it seems to be one he’s sticking with.
      This article was first published on Your EDM.
      Source: Google Reveals Why They Killed The Headphone Jack On Their New Pixel 2
      Source: Your EDM
    • Dancing Astronaut
      By Dancing Astronaut
      As a staple of the future bass scene, Whethan releases are consistent, and treasured by his fanbase. Responsible for indie-tinged, sun-kissed hits like “Savage” and “Good Nights,” Whethan has dropped a snippet of a work titled “Tour Beat One” — a collaboration with Bearson — sharing this in the Soundcloud description:
      Whethan is currently deep into the Good Nights Tour, which will hit well over a dozen cities — upcoming stops include Orlando, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Whethan rose fast during the peak of future bass and now he’s expanded his into a wide variety of chill beats. The short and sweet “Tour Beat One” is an extension of a blossoming Whethan sound.

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    • Dancing Astronaut
      By Dancing Astronaut
      Marking the beginning of its journey in Phoenix, Arizona, the founders of Decadence and Phoenix Lights Festival have revealed their newest venture: a wild-west themed, weekend extravaganza by the name of Goldrush Festival. Set to take place over the weekend of November 18-19, Goldrush amasses first-class talent from both the electronic and hip-hop scenes that mosey on out to the desert.
      Each of the three stages encompass a particular attribute of the Western theme, and are named accordingly to that niche: Golden Gorge, Pioneer Peak and The Hideout. Acquiring a mixture of fan-favorites across the hip-hop and electronic music spectrum, the Golden Gorge will host names like Marshmello, Migos, and Dillon Francis as headlining acts. Not shying away from this spectacle, bass-heads will be delighted to see the addition of Excision, set to perform a special set at this stage.
      Past the mainstage, Pioneer Peak pursues to host a more intimate combination of the delectable electronic and rap talents, With performances by A-Trak b2b Baauer, Malaa and Mija dominating this scene, underground and Soundcloud-fanatic rap fans will also be pleased to see the additions of $uicideboy$, Ugly God, and Lil Pump, amongst other rising performers.
      Without forgetting about the techno and house enthusiasts, Goldrush introduces their Hideout stage. Acquiring artists such as tech-house devotees Camelphat, to those from beloved Dirtybird campers such as Claude Vonstroke and Shiba San, The Hideout conveys the ideal underground sanctuary, for darker and dirtier beats.
      General admission tickets for this two-day event start at $179, and single day passes are available for $89, and $79, and can be found online. 
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      Source: Dancing Astronaut
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers

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