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  1. LSDREAM Unveils Debut Album ‘Voyager’ On Liquid Stranger’s Wakaan “He makes a huge impact no matter what” — YOUREDM “Can’t wait to see what comes from this new project” — RUN THE TRAP LSDREAM is a concept born within the deepest realms of the experimental mind. A long time in the making, the LSDREAM project is the sonic brainchild of internationally commended music producer, Brillz. Stepping into an entirely new venture, the producer has delved far within his artistic conscious to implement a creative drive and inspiration that has been under cover for far too long. Now, it’s time for LSDREAM to take centre stage as he reveals his debut album Voyager, on Liquid Stranger’s WAKAAN imprint. Enigmatic and mesmerising, the LSDREAM experience is truly a spiritual one. His creations hover on the murkiest edges of the electronic spectrum, yet maintain a genre fluidity that spills over in to the realms of trap, dubstep, glitch and far beyond. Pairing his music with an immersive visual experience, LSDREAM invites bass fans to dip in to territories entirely uncharted by the Brillz project alone. A new vision curated by the heart and soul. LSDREAM showcases his multidimensional talent with Voyager. Tracks like Oblivian, Godspeed, As Above So Below and Psychadelix bend the very fabric of the bass music landscape, as Ten of Pentacles, Awake and Activate shapeshift and hop between genres as the LP refuses to be categorised. Darkly emotive and majestically crafted, Voyager shares an insight in to the mind of a producer who isn’t afraid to flip the boundaries of the norm on their head. LSDREAM’s Voyager is OUT NOW via WAKAAN BUY/DOWNLOAD: Here SOUNDCLOUD: Here SPOTIFY: Here SOCIAL MEDIA Here
  2. PRESENTED BY SYMBIOTIC The much loved, chart-topping trio return to Melbourne and Sydney for two massive headlining shows over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend! Jono, Tony and Paavo, the globe-trotting dance music phenomenon known as ‘Above & Beyond,’today announced that their ‘Common Ground’album tour will visit Australian shores, in conjunction with promoter, Symbiotic. Melbourne’s Hisense Arena is first up on Friday 8th June, while Sydney (where the boys chose to host their 150th episode of ‘Group Therapy Radio’) gets Common Ground on Saturday 9th June at the Exhibition Halls at Sydney Showground. With previous Above & Beyond dates at ‘Allphones Arena’ and the ‘Sydney Opera House’ selling out in minutes, fans should register for pre-sale access now, to avoid disappointment at: aboveandbeyond.nu/australia. ‘Common Ground,’ the fourth studio album from Above & Beyond, was released January 26th on the band’s own ‘Anjunabeats’ imprint and debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart. The album includes the 2017 festival anthems: 'My Own Hymn,' 'Northern Soul,' 'Alright Now,' 'Tightrope' and new songs with longtime collaborators Justine Suissa (‘Naked’ and ‘Cold Feet’), Zoë Johnston (‘Sahara Love’ and ‘Always’) and Richard Bedford (‘Happiness Amplified’ and ‘Bittersweet & Blue’). The latest single from the album is: ‘Cold Feet,’ featuring the un-mistakable vocals of dance music icon Justine Suissa, a longtime collaborator and member of the band’s cult ‘OceanLab’ project. ABOVE & BEYOND ‘COMMON GROUND’ AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES: Friday 8th June – Hisense Arena, Melbourne Saturday 9th June – Exhibition Halls, Sydney Showground For those who register, pre-sale tickets go on sale: Wednesday 4th April at 10am AEST General on-sale opens: Thursday 5th April at 10am AEST For more info, go to: www.symbiotic.net.au www.facebook.com/symbioticpresents www.instagram.com/symbioticpresents http://www.aboveandbeyond.nu https://www.facebook.com/aboveandbeyond https://twitter.com/aboveandbeyond https://www.instagram.com/aboveandbeyond
  3. New Parisian imprint Lost On You is the first electronic record label and benefit program to donate all money raised from album sales. The label is a platform for talent, where talent becomes a way to help alleviate some of the toughest problems faced around the world, in this case, the fight against malnutrition, hunger and sanitary problems in the poorest parts of Africa. For it’s debut release, Several Definitions, steps in with a pearl of evocative on an expertly produced EP, “Sierra,” only fitting that such a refreshingly progressive label. “Sierra” is available 15 January on Lost on You Soundcloud Label Page The post New Parisian Philanthropic Imprint LOST ON YOU Launches With 100% Album Profits For Charity appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  4. Since setting up his landmark non-profit label Blume, Las Vegas’s own 3LAU have made fans of the electronic dance act seamless philanthropists along the way. Having dropped album lead-in single “Star Crossed” earlier in the year, the young artist returns this month with the album’s second single and news of an extensive North American tour for 2018, with support from SNBRN, Throttle and ELEPHANTE. Kicking-off in his hometown on December 30, the Ultraviolet tour leaves few national stones unturned, mustering 20-dates across the country and concluding on April 27. The announcement lands just days shy of latest single ‘Walk Away,’ with the landmark album anticipated to be out by the time 3LAU concludes this national romp. Catch the full itinerary of the Ultraviolet 2018 tour below and stay tuned for the new single this Friday! ULTRAVIOLET TOUR 2018 Dec 30 – Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl Feb 08 – Bloomington, IN – Kilroys Feb 09 – Chicago, IL – Prysm Feb 10 – Columbus, OH – Dahlia Feb 16 – Atlanta, GA – Opera Feb 17 – New York, NY – Terminal 5 Feb 22 – New Orleans, LA – Republic Feb 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Noto Feb 24 – Washington D.C. – Echostage Mar 02 – San Francisco, CA – Regency Mar 03 – Los Angeles, CA – Belasco Mar 10 – Seattle, WA – Sodo Mar 16 – Toronto, ON – Uniun Mar 17 – Montreal, QC – New City Gas Apr 06 – Denver, CO – Fillmore Apr 13 – Boston, MA – The Grand Apr 14 – St Louis, MO – Ryse Apr 20 – Houston, TX – Spire Apr 21 – Dallas, TX – Lizard Lounge Apr 27 – Portland, OR – Roseland Read More: 3LAU releases ‘Star Crossed’ music video, donates profits to hurricane relief 3LAU – Star Crossed 3LAU provides a Drum & Bass remix for his Audien collaboration, ‘Hot Water’ Source: Dancing Astonaut
  5. Be Svendsen preps up his 2018 debut artist album with a 1 December release of 2017 Ibiza anthem ‘Andromeda’ via Music For Dreams. A favorite of the White Isle’s WooMoon events, this family member’s track invites the listener on an evocative journey that is far from your run of the mill club track. It dives into an analogue realm of nostalgia, with an almost rock-feel drum beat and classic analogue synth melody-line leading to a vibraphone breakdown and a drop that turns everyone on the floor into a hero. Already, ‘Andromeda’ has found support from the likes of by Pete Tong, Damian Lazarus, Lee Burridge, Black Coffee, Acid Pauli, Nico Stojan, Oliver Kolletski, Mira, Audio Fly, Sabo, Kenneth Bager, and many more with virtually all of the Danish artists work finding itself in the top ranks of charts, worlwide, as well as being premiered on the industry’s top media…like us. “Andromeda” is available 1 December on Music For Dreams PRE ORDER Soundcloud Artist Page The post WooMoon Favorite Be Svendsen Preps Artist Album With Release Of 2017 Ibiza Anthem appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  6. Be Svendsen preps up his 2018 debut artist album with a 1 December release of 2017 Ibiza anthem ‘Andromeda’ via Music For Dreams. A favorite of the White Isle’s WooMoon events, this family member’s track invites the listener on an evocative journey that is far from your run of the mill club track. It dives into an analogue realm of nostalgia, with an almost rock-feel drum beat and classic analogue synth melody-line leading to a vibraphone breakdown and a drop that turns everyone on the floor into a hero. Already, ‘Andromeda’ has found support from the likes of by Pete Tong, Damian Lazarus, Lee Burridge, Black Coffee, Acid Pauli, Nico Stojan, Oliver Kolletski, Mira, Audio Fly, Sabo, Kenneth Bager, and many more with virtually all of the Danish artists work finding itself in the top ranks of charts, worlwide, as well as being premiered on the industry’s top media…like us. “Andromeda” is available 1 December on Music For Dreams PRE ORDER Soundcloud Artist Page The post WooMoon Favorite Be Svendsen Preps Artist Album With Release Of 2017 Ibiza Anthem appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
  7. Frank Ocean has proven time and time again to be an avid fan and student of the musical experience. Presently, it seems he’d like for his fans to enjoy his music in any listening capacity they please. In that vein, Ocean has unveiled numerous physical editions of Endless, the visual album he released last year. Available for just 24 hours, on November 27, Ocean’s launched a collection of Cyber Monday exclusives that include a remastering of the album on vinyl and CD, with the accompanying film also on sale on both DVD and VHS for the first time ever. And while the newly remastered physical editions of the record offer fans the chance a top-notch listening experience with the record, fans of a more lo-fi aesthetic should enjoy the VHS, on sale for just $18. Two double-sided posters are also part of the sale, which includes a never-before-seen photo of Ocean during the making of Endless. All of the products are on sale until midnight Eastern time on November 27. The album can be purchased at blonded.co. H/T: Dazed Digital Read More: Frank Ocean unveils 32-page visual essay and personal letter about peace, love, & the power of yes Reigning Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton is working on new music with Frank Ocean Frank Ocean drops new song ‘Provider,’ says ‘there’s more to come’   Source: Dancing Astonaut
  8. As Thanksgiving has come to an end, the Christmas lights have started to go up and Christmas music is being blasted everywhere. As many of today's popular musicians have released their own Christmas albums, Kaskade took it upon himself to bring the Christmas joy and dance music together for a 13-song album. Listen to songs The post Kaskade Just Released His Very Own Christmas Album Called ‘Kaskade Christmas’ appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  9. TITLE: TOAST (REMIXES) ARTIST: FOREIGN BEGGARS LEAD SINGLE OFF FORTHCOMING ALBUM ‘2 2 KARMA’ (OUT FEB 15, 2018) LABEL: PAR EXCELLENCE REMIXES RELEASE DATE: NOVEMBER 24, 2017 FOREIGN BEGGARS ‘TOAST’ AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES: Friday 8 December – The Met, Brisbane Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2gEsvSM Saturday 9 December – Manning Bar, Sydney Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2yJWhzZ Friday 15 December – Brown Alley, Melbourne Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2yL2jAk Saturday 16 December – Villa, Perth Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2izGMnO Toast Remixes – Tracklisting: 1. Toast - Chimpo Remix 2. Toast - Zeke Beats Remix 3. Toast VIP ft. Alix Perez, Sparkz, Truthos, Physiks, Illaman, Mad hed city, Killa P, Marger, Jumanji Foreign Beggars Since their formation in 2002, multi-genre UK trio Foreign Beggars’ unique trajectory has seen them evolve from underground hip hop heroes, to a trailblazing electronic crossover act. Without ever forsaking an ounce of their inimitable energy, Foreign Beggars are equally pumped whether in the studio recording or jumping around on stage at one of their live shows. The crew have released five studio albums to date: Asylum Speakers, Stray Point Agenda, United Colours Of Beggattron, The Uprising and I AM LEGION with Dutch production wizards Noisia. It is with great pride that they announce the completion and upcoming release of their finest work to date - their sixth full length album: 2 2 KARMA. The first single ‘Toast’ from 2 2 KARMA will be released in February 2018. ‘Toast’ is produced by their long time musical partner Alix Perez and features the highly acclaimed Izzie Gibbs and Dizmack. ‘Toast’ is packed with pace and precision, showcasing their place as the finest rappers from the UK. Always keen collaborators, the Beggars have worked with a plethora of artists worldwide from a wide musical spectrum. 2 2 KARMA sees collaborations with the likes of: Kate Tempest, OG Maco, Izzie Gibbs, Dizmack, Killa P & Irah, Shogun, Black Josh, Marcello Spooks, Zu and Andre Laville. The album features productions from: Flux Pavilion, Spor/Feed Me, Alix Perez, Ivy Lab and Bangzy. Collaborative highlights from their past include: Noisia, Dirtyphonics, Knife Party, Skrillex, Birdy Nam Nam, D’onaeo, Skinnyman, Jack Beats, Alix Perez, Tommy Lee, Eprom and Flux Pavilion. The critically acclaimed group have built this steadfast reputation as one of the UK’s most versatile, creative and prolific acts through a continuing desire to push the envelope, in a manner that is as urgent now as it has ever been. With a top ten hit, over 80 million YouTube plays and a string of international headline dates ahead of them, things are going from strength to strength for the Beggars. Festival highlights include: Glastonbury, Stereosonic, EDC Vegas, Hard LA, Shambhala, Exit, Outlook, Snowbombing, iTunes Festival, Field Day, Rhythm and Vines, SXSE, Electron, Glade, SW4, Lovebox, Garrorock, Sonar, NH7, Igloofest, Urban Art Forms, Brixton Academy, Dour Festival, Lowlands. https://www.facebook.com/foreignbeggars https://www.instagram.com/foreignbeggars https://twitter.com/ForeignBeggars https://soundcloud.com/foreignbeggars
  10. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and Kaskade is gearing up for the release of his very own Christmas album. During Pasquale Rotella's Night Owl Radio show, Kaskade stopped by to talk about his seasonal release titled Kaskade Christmas. Kaskade Christmas will feature various Christmas classics with Kaskade's own touch as well as The post Kaskade Just Dropped The First Song Off Of New Christmas Album appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  11. It’s beginning to sound a lot like a Kaskade Christmas. The producer stopped by Pasquale Rotella’s Night Owl Radio show to lead the series’ 116th episode and announced his intentions to release a seasonal album titled Kaskade Christmas during the broadcast. A release sure to top the “nice list,” Kaskade Christmas will feature an array of Christmas classics with a Kaskade spin, along with several new original tracks that Kaskade has written to “capture the mood of the season.” While Kaskade Christmas will not arrive until later in the month, Kaskade has released the first single off of the seasonal album, a fluid house style rework of “Deck the Halls.” Featuring Erika as the track’s vocalist, Kaskade’s take on the Christmas staple seamlessly blends soulful deep house elements with piano and trumpet accents. A smooth sample of what remains to come on Kaskade Christmas, the latest product to come out of Kaskade’s workshop is sure to be quite the stocking stuffer. Read More: Circle Talent Agency will now handle Kaskade’s bookings worldwide Kaskade announces twelve-date Redux tour WATCH: Kaskade talks about the future of music and his decades long journey to the top   Source: Dancing Astonaut
  12. Just when you thought you’ve heard it all, Phuture Noize decides to bring even more news about new music. After his album Pursuit of Thunder and EP The Aftershock this year, the artist revealed that he will release another album in 2018. He posted the statement on his Facebook page moments ago, with the description “New Phuture Noize album droppin’ 2k18.” This will be his fourth album, following Pursuit of Thunder, Phuture Propaganda and Music Rules The Noize. Although we don’t know when exactly the new album will be released, with the tempo Phuture Noize produces it might not be too long. Recently he released the official videoclip of his collab with Ran-D, ‘Suicidal Superstar’. You can check it out here. The post Phuture Noize will release another album in 2018 is visible on Hard News. Source: Hard News NL
  13. Just when you thought you’ve heard it all, Phuture Noize decides to bring even more news about new music. After his album Pursuit of Thunder and EP The Aftershock this year, the artist revealed that he will release another album in 2018. He posted the statement on his Facebook page moments ago, with the description “New Phuture Noize album droppin’ 2k18.” This will be his fourth album, following Pursuit of Thunder, Phuture Propaganda and Music Rules The Noize. Although we don’t know when exactly the new album will be released, with the tempo Phuture Noize produces it might not be too long. Recently he released the official videoclip of his collab with Ran-D, ‘Suicidal Superstar’. You can check it out here. The post Phuture Noize will release another album in 2018 is visible on Hard News. Source: Hard News
  14. Six-years ago, birds of a feather Samuel Walker and Gavin Royce perched atop an egg of an idea. The Brooklyn-based duo’s musical nest hadn’t, however, been empty — Walker & Royce had been releasing music since 2011, when their track, “Future Lately” caught the attention of Damian Lazarus. The ‘yolk’ of this theoretical egg would center around the duo’s desire to develop a debut album, and years later, Walker & Royce’s musical incubation has culminated in a fully fledged product that is currently sending feathers aflutter: Self Help, the Dirtybird signees’ eleven-track debut album, officially released on October 20. Claude VonStroke’s ‘tech funk’ undertaking, Dirtybird Records has proven itself to be no stranger to the public spotlight. The underground imprint witnessed a consecutive triumph in 2013 and 2014, taking home the title of “Underground Label of the Year” both years at the International Dance Music Awards. The Dirtybird collective likewise emerged as the triumphant entity in Mixmag’s recent ‘Label Of The Decade’ deliberation, where the label was identified as the most impactful imprint between the years of 2007-2017. VonStroke notably founded the label in 2005. The collective’s continual industry influence is irrefutable, as is the brand’s expansion, what with the West coast label having newly announced the inaugural East Coast edition of its annual flagship West Coast Campout event. As the flock of Dirtybird fans worldwide continues to grow, Walker & Royce find themselves responsible for some of this growth. A breakout hit originating from Self Help’s track list, the intergalactic tune, “Take Me To Your Leader” quickly became a house set staple upon its July release, appealing to veteran house music listeners and ears less accustomed to the genre alike. “We wanted to write music that was more accessible and less niche,” Walker says of the shared vision behind Self Help. Walker & Royce’s determination to craft an album non-limiting in aesthetic has since shown itself to be a fruitful initiative. The album’s stellar sonic groove surfaces as one that invites all dance music fans to check their preconceptions of house music at the door in order to get down on the dance floor. Dancing Astronaut flew in Walker & Royce’s direction to discuss the album’s release, the progress of the duo’s international “Self Help Tour,” and not to be neglected, the pair’s own preferred ‘self help’mediums prior to Walker & Royce’s ‘Dirtybird Players’ performance in Washington, DC. First of all, congratulations on the debut album!Thank you!So how has the [Self Help] tour been going so far? You’re right in the thick of things right now.We’re right smack in the middle of it, it’s really good. We’ve done clubs before, but it’s our first time doing a headlining tour, so it’s cool to be out every weekend. It’s a nice way to present our album.Have there been any favorite moments so far while on this tour for the debut album, any revelatory moments being that this is your first headlining tour?Walker:The campout was amazing [West Coast Campout]. We have a lot more to go, until January almost.  Royce: Well Christmas kind of ends and then we go to Australia as part of it [the tour].   Walker:I mean, Vancouver went off, Vancouver was amazing. We also have Holy Ship! that we’re doing, that’s coming up. The main thing for all these gigs is we’ve been doing this for a long time, but now’s the one time, the first time I feel we’ve been able to go in and be ourselves 100%, and people are into it, we’ve got people there that are into it rather than feeling their way through like “who are these people?” We can just be ourselves. It’s great, I feel a lot more adventurous now.   Royce: It’s good for us to get out every weekend, it’s kind of strengthening our ability. We’ve had abilities as DJs, but now the amount of DJing we’re doing is elevating our sets, it’s becoming second nature, it’s letting us experiment a little more, doing little things that we’ve always kind of said “oh we should do that,” or things we’ve done once or twice, but now we’re doing that a little more regularly. A debut album is a major foundational work that offers a fuller look at an artist’s sound. Can you speak more to the vision of this debut album?Royce: We knew we wanted it to work as an album more than just an EP, I think that was really important to us so that it didn’t come off as “here’s ten-tracks that sound really good in the club.” We wanted to have not maybe a story but a feel, we wanted it to really flow and be something that you listen to at home, not just in club situations. We also didn’t want it to be sample based—we got our own vocals, our own original stuff, that was the main thing.  Walker: There’s almost always some kind of vocal element in our music, and instead of sampling everything, we wanted to just get singers and write whole songs. And some of them [the songs] are more house tracks while some of them are not, some of them are more ‘poppy.’ I feel like we did what we wanted to do. We wanted to make some tracks that would be full vocal tracks and others that would be a little more different, like the first and last tracks on the album. Like ‘Sunday.’YesWhat was the song on the album that you most enjoyed producing?Walker: It changes every week! There’s favorite in terms of easiest, fun.So what then was your favorite song to produce in terms of personality, the one most reflective of your evolving sound? You did switch it up not too long ago.Walker:Take Me to Your Leader is probably the best because it’s so vast, like sometimes a song takes awhile because you struggle with it, but this song took two or three days.  Royce:For me it’s the Sophiegrophy song, “My Own Thang.” It’s just this whole hip hop vocal. That normally sounds a little corny in house music, but I knew if we did it right that it would be really good. I didn’t think it was going to work and I kind of was almost like okay we’re just going to sample a little bit of it, and we ended up being able to use the full thing. I think it’s one of the standout tracks on the album.   Walker: We knew we wanted to make her look good, she gave us great stuff   Royce:It’s hard to use that kind of stuff on house music, it doesn’t really fit [house music] with hip hop vocals. A lot of people just sample a hip hop vocal and it’s not really hip hop but this was like she wrote this song, it’s not sampled it’s her song, she wrote it for us, and we wanted to treat it well. Your set at the West Coast Campout emerged as one of the fan favorites from the weekend, and you notably played much of the new album there. From an artist’s perspective, what is it like to play at a Campout event?Royce: It was amazing, this is the third campout we’ve done. The first one we played at 12:00 PM on a Saturday, there weren’t that many people. The second one we had a 5:30 PM set time which was on the first day and it was great, and this time we were right before Justin Martin on Saturday night and it was a little bit of pressure. This set felt more like a concert than anything we’ve ever done because it was really like presenting the album, it was the first time that we played almost all of the album tracks in the set, and we also had Dances With White Girls performing three songs with us so it had a little bit of a concert vibe, which was cool.Can you disclose whether or not you will be at Dirtybird Campout East?We can neither confirm nor deny.It was worth a valiant effort to try to find out!Royce: I see what you’re doing!Whether or not we’ll see you at Campout East, can you share any details regarding any additional new music that might be coming out this year?Royce: We have a remix of “La La Land” by Green Velvet that is supposed to be coming out before the end of the year. We told everybody it is, I really hope it does, you never know with these things, sometimes they get moved. We don’t have a release date for it yet, but it’s supposed to be coming out.  In any case, that’s something to look forward to. You’ve noted in a previous interview that the title ‘Self Help’ is a parody that satirizes the saturation of self-help books available for purchase. Outside of music, what’s your go to “self help” medium?Walker: For me it’s walking.  Royce: I love walking. And I don’t do it everyday but I also meditate in the morning. I get up and I have this meditation app that’s like “breathe,” and I just sit there for ten minutes and it clears my head, it really does work. I should do it everyday, but I don’t do it everyday. The big thing for me about walking is that I really hate running. I love the fact that you’re a duo and you guys basically gave the same answer, I guess you must be rubbing off on each other.Royce: The other part of the “self help” thing too is it’s a parody joke and that’s our sense of humor, it’s a very New York sense of humor I think. It’s just honest, like we’re laughing at ourselves. It’s also like to do this, you really have to believe in yourself, it has multiple layers of meaning which is why we thought it was a really good name for this album.  Read More: Walker & Royce’s dulcet debut album Self Help has arrived Walker & Royce dig deeper, discuss the art of the album & Dirtybird Campout preceding upcoming album ‘Self Help’ [Interview] Walker & Royce link with Green Velvet on tech house earworm Rub Anotha Dub Source: Dancing Astonaut
  15. The wobble brothers of Ganja White Night surely have been recently. After a year of new collaborations and insane touring, the duo (Benjamin Bayeul and Charlie Dodson) just announced the release date of their upcoming album “The Origin.” The full-length album is coming in February 2018 via GWN’s own label, SubCarbon Records. An animation created by The post Ganja White Night Announces Forthcoming Album appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  16. 2018 is shaping up to be huge for Norwegian producer Matoma. The artist just announced a new tour and new album, to be paired together in an experience called “One in a Million.” The tour, which kicks off Jan. 11 in Manchester, takes the producer across Europe and North America and ends in his home country of Norway. He explains in a Facebook post that concertgoers will be the first to hear the new album, leading up to its release on March 9. He plans to bring the experience full-circle by releasing the accompanying album and wrapping up the tour on the same day in Trondheim, where he got his start. “I wanted to share the album with my fans first, playing all the new music at shows on this tour and then releasing it on the day of my last show in Trondheim, in the same venue where I played my first ever DJ set and the city I have lived in the last 6 years.” Joining him on tour are Elephante, MAX, Two Friends, Youngr, BKAYE, NAATIONS and Robotaki. Tickets for the One in a Million tour go on sale Friday, Nov. 17 and will be available here. Read More: Matoma & The Vamps – Staying Up Matoma & MAGIC! – Girl At Coachella ft. D.R.A.M. (Crankdat Remix) Matoma, Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G – Party On The West Coast (feat. Snoop Dogg) Source: Dancing Astonaut
  17. Dance music’s big cheese is a man of his word. While it’s no secret that Joel Zimmerman is a candid, unfiltered mastermind, earlier this year, deadmau5 happened upon aspiring vocalist BoMason. Lo and behold, after gaining an immense appreciation for his work, the legendary talent had reached out to said aspiring producer in the hopes to help kickstart his career. While the style and genre aren’t one would necessarily expect from the dance music icon, deadmau5 was incredibly supportive of Bo Mason’s palpable talent, even going so far as to extend him the offer of a lifetime — that is, if he could fulfill a simple challenge. If Bo could attain one million plays — across all his songs — he would fly him out to mau5trap and help him co-produce an album. It’s important to know though that at the time of the discovery, BoMason was near a mere 800 SoundCloud followers. His most-played track, “Evolve,” sat at 134,000 plays. Now, at the time of writing, it’s at 339,000. Source: Twitter, Reddit   Read More: deadmau5 teases new track in ‘Red Rocks Aftermovie’ deadmau5 goes techno on penultimate BBC Radio 1 residency radio show [STREAM] deadmau5 confirms a time frame for upcoming album   Source: Dancing Astonaut
  18. The legendary Gabriel & Dresden return with ‘The Only Road’, their first studio album in over 11 years. Funded by fans via a successful Kickstarter campaign, ‘The Only Road’ features singles ‘This Love Kills Me’, ‘White Walls’ and ‘Waiting For Winter’. Coming December 15 on Anjunabeats. Here’s what they had to say The Only Road, our first new album in 11 years is now available to pre-order on iTunes with 3 “instant gratification” tracks available for download right away. You can also pre-order the CD from the Anjunastore and pre-save the album to your Spotify account so the album will be ready to go on December 15th, the day it comes out worldwide. It’s really important that all our friends and fans go out and support this release. If it charts high on the iTunes Charts when it comes out December 15th, it will really open a lot of doors for us and dance music that doesn’t sound like everything else. We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank the 700 backers of our Kickstarter, because without their support we would never have been able to make this album. You can pre-order, pre-save and read all about The Only Road here: http://www.anjunabeats.com/theonlyroad/ The post Legendary dance music duo Gabriel & Dresden to release studio album – The Only Road appeared first on Trance Hub. Source: Trance News
  19. The legendary Gabriel & Dresden return with ‘The Only Road’, their first studio album in over 11 years. Funded by fans via a successful Kickstarter campaign, ‘The Only Road’ features singles ‘This Love Kills Me’, ‘White Walls’ and ‘Waiting For Winter’. Coming December 15 on Anjunabeats. Here’s what they had to say The Only Road, our first new album in 11 years is now available to pre-order on iTunes with 3 “instant gratification” tracks available for download right away. You can also pre-order the CD from the Anjunastore and pre-save the album to your Spotify account so the album will be ready to go on December 15th, the day it comes out worldwide. It’s really important that all our friends and fans go out and support this release. If it charts high on the iTunes Charts when it comes out December 15th, it will really open a lot of doors for us and dance music that doesn’t sound like everything else. We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank the 700 backers of our Kickstarter, because without their support we would never have been able to make this album. You can pre-order, pre-save and read all about The Only Road here: http://www.anjunabeats.com/theonlyroad/ The post Legendary dance music duo Gabriel & Dresden to release studio album – The Only Road appeared first on Trance Hub.
  20. The Peanut Gallery are a duo from New Jersey whose diverse sound and genuine message have left a lot of both hip hop and EDM fans curious. Prior to the release of Tales from the Basement, their debut full-length album, the duo released two singles, “Deep Thoughts” and “Time Flies By,” which were on vastly different ends of the musical spectrum. With the album, fans and critics were wondering which way The Peanut Gallery’s style would lean. It turns out there really is no leaning; as their first two singles indicated, The Peanut Gallery are all over the board. It does seem as though The Peanut Gallery have a central message on this album. In fact, it opens with an obvious declaration of their mission statement. Spoken, not rapped with very little backing music, the “Intro” is a statement from the duo, individual names Orlando and Flee Jones, declaring that their music is mean to shake up the game and speak out against the commoditization of hip hop and for the rest of the members of the community whose voices have yet to be heard. It’s a strong statement and helps to unify the content on the album. With that unifying concept in mind, Tales from the Basement is still quite diverse in both style and content. In fact, it pretty much covers all the styles one can think of in hip hop and incorporates quite a bit of EDM. “Deep Thoughts” and “Time Flies By” are two good examples, as the former is a very bare bones style focusing mostly on the lyrics with bare bones hip hop beats while the latter is literally disco house with catchy auto-tuned vocals. After that many more styles appear: “Choppaz” is sort of a melodic trap style beat wise, while “Sensational” is sort of a tongue-in-cheek nod to early 00s commercial hip hop extravagance. Other tracks on Tales from the Basement are more straightforward underground in style, such as “Made Me Feel Good Today (The Chicken Shack Song),” which may remind underground audiences of early Das Racist. Even tracks which are heavy on the modern techniques like snare-heavy trap beats and auto-tune have a heavier, more introspective core to the lyrics so while Orlando and Flee Jones may be all over the place style-wise, their message is clearly their core. Now that Tales from the Basement has been released in full, it’s easier to get a handle on what The Peanut Gallery are trying to do as a concept. With their comics strip album illustrations and skits in between tracks as well as the unifying philosophy stated very clearly in the album’s intro and carried lyrically throughout, it seems Orlando and Flee Jones mean to use this project as a multimedia platform to incorporate a number of hip hop and EDM styles while making it more about the message and what the artist has to say. It’s a noble goal and with the quality of the tracks on Tales from the Basement, seems more than achievable for The Peanut Gallery. Tales from the Basement is out now and can be streamed or purchased on iTunes or Spotify. The video for “Deep Thoughts” is available on The Peanut Gallery’s YouTube channel. Stay tuned for more videos and skits. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The Peanut Gallery Finally Release Their Debut Album, ‘Tales From The Basement’ [Video] Source: Your EDM
  21. Paris Hilton began her DJ career several years ago and quickly moved to the top of the “highest paid” list, earning up to $1 million per gig. Having recently ended her fifth year as Amnesia Ibiza resident and (somehow) still being the highest paid female DJ in the world, she was featured in TIME, which attempted to give onlookers insight into her world as a performing DJ. Apparently, she’s working on her second full-length album which she describes as “deep house, techno-pop (apparently this is a thing) and electro-pop”. The feature ends with a moment of sympathy for the billionaire DJ, who mentions that she isn’t a brat, offering proof that she isn’t by saying that she “would even DJ for free”. The post Paris Hilton is planning to release a deep house techno pop album appeared first on Techno Moves. Source: TechnoMoves.net
  22. Four Tet‘s ninth studio album, New Energy, hit the airwaves at the end of September. In the month since then, the producer has taken to the internet to answer fan questions about the latest collection of music, revealing some of the behind-the-scenes work that went into the LP. In his Q&A with Twitter, the producer emphasized that he doesn’t have a favorite song out of the 14 tracks. “I’m proud of it as a whole… couldn’t pick one track,” he replied to a fan. He also notes that while the album took about 10 months to put together, no particular track was more challenging to create than another. He started out with around 45 tracks and was able to narrow it down to the final 14. The name New Energy, he reveals, came from his daughter, and she was also the inspiration behind the track “Daughter.” Though one fan expressed interest in a full Four Tet live show with instruments, it doesn’t seem like that’s part of the producer’s vision for his music and performances. Read the full Q&A here. Read More: Four Tet announces six live shows set for 2018 Four Tet’s ‘New Energy’ is a texturized, transcendent work of renewal [ALBUM REVIEW] Listen to Four Tet’s ethereal new mix on BBC’s ‘Late Junction’ Source: Dancing Astronaut
  23. Only six more days until the full sophomore Kygo album Kids In Love is released! So far, he’s stuck to his guns by releasing a new record every single day including today’s which just be my favorite of them all, “Riding Shotgun” with Oliver Nelson featuring Bonnie McKee. While the record is definitely signature Kygo, nu-disco master Oliver Nelson does a great job of ensuring his subtle disco sound is present within the record. Bonnie McKee’s bright vocals also perfectly complement the instrumental making yet another Kygo record that’s sure to be a streaming hit. Kygo, Oliver Nelson – “Riding Shotgun” ft. Bonnie McKee This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kygo Continues Album Roll-out With “Riding Shotgun” Source: Your EDM
  24. TITLE: TOAST ARTIST: FOREIGN BEGGARS LEAD SINGLE OFF FORTHCOMING ALBUM ‘2 2 KARMA’ (OUT FEB 15, 2018) LABEL: PAR EXCELLENCE SINGLE RELEASE DATE: NOVEMBER 3, 2017 Exclusive first play - MistaJam - BBC Radio 1/1Xtra ‘Toast’ Premiere Picking up the first play of ‘Toast’ over the weekend with MistaJam / BBC Radio 1 / 1Xtra - see link below. MistaJam says: “Veterans of the UK scene, Foreign Beggars still sounding very very relevant with brand new material…” http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09b0wj6 (Listen from the 1hr 38min mark) FOREIGN BEGGARS ‘TOAST’ AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES: Friday 8 December – The Met, Brisbane Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2gEsvSM Saturday 9 December – Manning Bar, Sydney Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2yJWhzZ Friday 15 December – Brown Alley, Melbourne Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2yL2jAk Saturday 16 December – Villa, Perth Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2izGMnO ‘Toast’ Tour Promo Video: http://bit.ly/2xmXCJ9 Foreign Beggars Bio: Since their formation in 2002, multi-genre UK trio Foreign Beggars’ unique trajectory has seen them evolve from underground hip hop heroes, to a trailblazing electronic crossover act. Without ever forsaking an ounce of their inimitable energy, Foreign Beggars are equally pumped whether in the studio recording or jumping around on stage at one of their live shows. The crew have released five studio albums to date: Asylum Speakers, Stray Point Agenda, United Colours Of Beggattron, The Uprising and I AM LEGION with Dutch production wizards Noisia. It is with great pride that they announce the completion and upcoming release of their finest work to date - their sixth full length album: 2 2 KARMA. The first single ‘Toast’ from 2 2 KARMA will be released in February 2018. ‘Toast’ is produced by their long time musical partner Alix Perez and features the highly acclaimed Izzie Gibbs and Dizmack. ‘Toast’ is packed with pace and precision, showcasing their place as the finest rappers from the UK. Always keen collaborators, the Beggars have worked with a plethora of artists worldwide from a wide musical spectrum. 2 2 KARMA sees collaborations with the likes of: Kate Tempest, OG Maco, Izzie Gibbs, Dizmack, Killa P & Irah, Shogun, Black Josh, Marcello Spooks, Zu and Andre Laville. The album features productions from: Flux Pavilion, Spor/Feed Me, Alix Perez, Ivy Lab and Bangzy. Collaborative highlights from their past include: Noisia, Dirtyphonics, Knife Party, Skrillex, Birdy Nam Nam, D’onaeo, Skinnyman, Jack Beats, Alix Perez, Tommy Lee, Eprom and Flux Pavilion. The critically acclaimed group have built this steadfast reputation as one of the UK’s most versatile, creative and prolific acts through a continuing desire to push the envelope, in a manner that is as urgent now as it has ever been. With a top ten hit, over 80 million YouTube plays and a string of international headline dates ahead of them, things are going from strength to strength for the Beggars. Festival highlights include: Glastonbury, Stereosonic, EDC Vegas, Hard LA, Shambhala, Exit, Outlook, Snowbombing, iTunes Festival, Field Day, Rhythm and Vines, SXSE, Electron, Glade, SW4, Lovebox, Garrorock, Sonar, NH7, Igloofest, Urban Art Forms, Brixton Academy, Dour Festival, Lowlands. For more information, go to: https://www.facebook.com/foreignbeggars https://www.instagram.com/foreignbeggars https://twitter.com/ForeignBeggars https://soundcloud.com/foreignbeggars
  25. deadmau5 seems to constantly be working on new music and evolving his sound, and apparently he already has a timeline for his next album! Despite a big year of touring on his Lots Of Shows In A Row, the head honcho of mau5trap has found time to sneak in new music here and there (i.e. “Legendary,” “Midas’s Heel,” “Bad At Titles,” and “Polaris“) and plenty of teasers (like this, this and this). The producer has been in studio grinding — experimenting like never before. Soon, we’ll get to hear everything he’s been working on and more. He just shared on Twitter his plans to wind down after his Australian tour by writing all winter long. “Going to chill inside and write / produce an album which hopefully should be for spring,” deadmau5 explained. If you want to hear the producer’s latest unreleased tune, check out the incredible track he dropped at Red Rocks here! New Deadmau5 Album Coming In 2018 This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Deadmau5 Reveals We Can Expect A New Album From Him In 2018 [DETAILS] Source: Your EDM
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