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    • Nordic-By-Nature
      By Nordic-By-Nature
      Australia’s DJ Duo ‘Bonka’ and international songstress Luciana release  their brand new single: ‘Be Alive’ + begin their national tour in June!!
       
      TITLE: BE ALIVE
       ARTIST: BONKA & LUCIANA
       RELEASE DATE: THURSDAY 7 JUNE, 2018
      LABEL: CATCH
      Queensland’s Bonka are a dynamic duo made up of Lachlan and Connor, two flamingly excited DJ/Producers who have been known to tear down walls in clubs, upon the delivery of their slick main room and mash-up mixes on the frequent.  Notably one of Australia’s most sought-after lords of mash-up, Bonka has it nailed with paragons like: The Chainsmokers, Timmy Trumpet, Deorro, Tujamo, Tommy Trash, TJR and more sprinkling their sets with a well infused Bonka lead, whilst also owning their explosive live shows across the country.
      Signed to Catch Management and the aligned record label, Bonka haven’t taken the stale ol’ road through electronic music.  They have instead aggressively taken their sound with notorious mash-ups right to where they need to be, on dance floors and in the playlists of fellow electronic icons.  Their debut original ‘Can’t Stop’ featuring American top liner Whiskey Pete partied its way straight into the iTunes top 10 and #9 on the ARIA club chart, whilst their follow up ‘Like This’ reached an epic #5 on the ARIA Club Chart and stormed its way to #6 on the Beatport Big Room Charts.  Following up, their single 'Killa' with heavyweight J-Trick reached #2 in the ARIA Club Charts.  Blazing the full musical empire for their fans, Bonka also blast out a monthly show ‘Let’s Go Bonkas’ (Reaching #1 iTunes Dance Podcast) featuring their own recipes alongside guest spots by ‘A-List’ DJ’s from around the globe.
      On the road with a fully loaded tour schedule, the aficionados set fire to venues across the globe! From stages Australia wide to clubs and festivals across the deep, it’s safe to say the Bonka party travels on no sleep, but the drinks best be on ice and the party at the ready.
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      Virtual Self, or more commonly known as Porter Robinson, recently took to twitter to hint at the nature of his upcoming performances at his new mysterious alias. The widely adored DJ recently released the first self titled EP from his new alias. For those who are familiar with the archives of every electronic DJ or twitter
      The post Virtual Self a.k.a. Porter Robinson Hints that his ‘Shows’ Will Actually be Raves appeared first on EDM Sauce.
      Source: EDM Sauce
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist could soon account for user preference.
      Discover Weekly relies on an algorithm to compile a list of songs that would likely appeal to the listener, given the Spotify user’s listening history. The playlist refreshes each Monday, routinely offering new recommendations for streamers.
      The playlist’s weekly renewal is favorable for the Spotify users that find their Discover Weekly collection to be irreflective of their tastes, but if Spotify moves ahead with its latest trial feature, listeners will be able to have more input in the formation of their Discover Weekly playlist. Spotify is accordingly testing a like/dislike feature to be used in conjunction with Discover Weekly. The like/dislike function is comparable to that of Spotify’s Daily Mix, which allows users to up-vote or down-vote a track, effectively reshaping the algorithm used to create the mix via vote. To like a song, Spotify users need only to click the heart button representative of “like.” To dislike a track, users can click the blocked sign button, indicating that one does not like the tune.
      The like/dislike button for the Discover Weekly playlist currently appears to be randomly distributed among Spotify accounts, as some patrons of the streaming service have reported that they do not in fact have the ability to like or dislike songs from the weekly compilation. Spotify has not announced when the feature will become uniformly applied across Spotify accounts.
      H/T: Mashable
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