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    Move Over Jack Ü, Diplo’s Newest Side Project is Here


    You might have noticed something weird about Diplo’s name on the 2018 Governors Ball Festival lineup. He’ll be performing as Silk City, a brand new collaborative project with musician Mark Ronson. The name seems to be taken from the Silk City diner in Philadelphia, where Diplo used to reside.

    The Grammy Award-winning producer teased the collaboration in a GQ interview last summer. “Actually, me and Mark are doing a collab album,” he said. “You know the album I did with SkrillexJack Ü? Me and Mark are trying to do something with disco music. … It’s something we talked about over the last year. Jack Ü was awesome, but it was very young. I want to do something that feels more my age. I feel like me and Mark can do something more sophisticated.”

    Not much further information has been released, but we can expect a multi-faceted performance featuring music that’s far removed from the Jack Ü sound, his previous EDM-based side project with Skrillex.


    The post Move Over Jack Ü, Diplo’s Newest Side Project is Here appeared first on Noiseporn.

    Source: Noise Prn

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