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  1. Da Hool, producer of the 1997 massive hit “Meet Her At The Love Parade”, has hit out on social media this week claiming that an artist called “Joel Corry” ripped off his track. Da Hool (Frank Tomiczek) posted on Facebook this week stating Joel Corry had released a track called "The Parade" which used a sample of his track "Meet Her At The Love Parade" without his permission. Da Hool posted that label CR2 Records had contacted him three times in regards to using a sample of his track and each time he denied the request telling the label "We unfortunately can't give you approval , because there will be another release soon, Sorry for not having better news". The label informed him a few weeks ago that Corry had released the song on his own still keeping the original sample. Da Hool states that he and Warner Chappell have requested removal of this song from various social media and music sites, including YouTube, but the artist continues to re-upload the track to YouTube. When asked about it, Da Hool told us that “It's not the fact, that he has done it. it was just the way how this happened! We are planning to do a re-release by ourself and this is what i told the label and the artist when they asked for approval three times.”. Da Hool refers to the action as “An absolutely No-Go. Illegal, ignorant and disrespectful”. He adds “It's an honor for me as an artist and producer if other people, young or old, are remixing or remaking my tunes, but do it in a cool and respectful way and don't steal music.” Plagiarism is rife in the music industry, with a large number of popular producers using samples of other people’s tracks in their own. Ed Sheeran has famously been caught out on in on a number of occasions, with using tracks from the late Marvin Gaye in his track “Thinking Out Loud”, and Sheeran’s collaboration with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill on track “The Rest Of Our Live”, which rips off Jasmine Rae’s song “When I Found You”. Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams has also been caught out, with a $5million lawsuit against them for using Marvin Gaye’s track “Got to Give It Up”. In fact, even recently, Marshmello is facing a lawsuit from fellow EDM producer Arty over similarities between Marshmello’s “Happier” and Arty’s remix of OneRepublic’s “I Lived”. A google search on plagiarism in the music industry shows so many cases where a popular artist has ripped off another artist’s sample or song. Our research even found that another track by Harry Ley, called “Love Parade”, released by the same label that released “The Parade”, Up-Tempo Records, also contains a sample that sounds very similar to the Da Hool hit from 1997. When we reached out to Da Hool to find out more about what he plans in regards to the copyright infringement, he told us that “(his) legal department and Warner Chappell are just working on (the claim) but it seems that JC is understandable and he knows that he has done something wrong, so it should be settled”. Da Hool recognises that most labels know how to do business correctly, and does not believe it was in any way the fault of the label, CR2 Records. At the time of writing, a representative for Joel Corry and CR2 Records had not responded to our requests for comment, and Up-Tempo Records could not be contacted, with their Facebook page and website being taken offline. In fact, the Corry track has also since been removed from many of the mainstream music sites such as Beatport, Google Play, Soundcloud, and Apple Music. If there is one huge bonus to come of this, we now know to keep an eye out in the near future for a re-release of Da Hool’s massive hit! Watch this space people! Listen to the tracks below to decide for yourself if you think Joel Corry and Harry Ley are ripping off Da Hool’s track. Da Hool: Harry Ley: Joel Corry:
  2. Hardwell is the seasoned-veteran DJ/producer that’s behind Spinnin’s mammoth new tune. Boasting multiple international new music Friday playlists already, How You Love Me is a pop infused single that features the hugely respected artists, Conor Maynard and Snoop Dogg. As one of the leading pioneers in the world of electronic music, Hardwell runs his award-winning label as well as directing award-winning documentaries. All whilst tending to a cool 9 million on Facebook (and rising). Hardwell’s impressive plethora of work includes collaborations with Craig David, Jason Derulo and Austine Mahone. Having filled numerous headline slots at the biggest world-wide events, Hardwell has graced the stages of Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza among others. Recently expanding his extensive reach with unique projects such as a live orchestra show at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event. In addition, his Indian United We Are and Guestlist4good charity shows saw remarkable attendance. A hundred thousand people joined in order to aid children educationally within the Magic Bus program. Pop sensation Conor Maynard is an artist who also boasts many strings to his bow. As the man behind vast Spotify streams, Conor’s incessantly up beat personality and determination has seen him gain the role of Charlie Price in the Tony award winning musical Kinky Boots, chart in over 25 countries, and reach an incredible 118m streams with another Spinnin release, Whenever. Continuously pushing boundaries, Hardwell has delivered a smooth slice of tropical pop. Kicking off with the iconic voice of Snoop Dogg, Conor Maynard follows with a heavy dose of pop flavour with the subtle addition of shy Conor styled sexiness. How You Love Me is a sunny exploration from three monster’s in the music industry, flexing their musical muscles to provide us with a champagne filled celebration with the swagger of smug love. Hardwell – How You Love Me (feat. Snoop Dogg & Conor Maynard) is out now. LISTEN: BUY: http://bit.ly/HWLHYLM
  3. Corey Layzell is an up and coming artist that boasts over 3m Spotify streams from his steady flow of self-releases. Known as orchestral pop, Corey is a self-taught musician that quickly garnered support from BBC introducing and various New Music Friday playlists. His new single, These Hands, is another emotive exploration of his more pop tinged song writing style. This Essex based singer/songwriter derived his sound from an obsession with choral work, and piano accompaniment. Previous releases include equally ambitious Broken Crayons, Blind and What Love Is all feature his own lyrics, melodies, accompaniment and vocals. Enjoying solo work, Corey always promises a vocal heavy extravaganza after carefully crafted his sound from genuine musical curiosity within the home. A few years later and his skillset amasses over six instruments… and counting! Described as ‘wild and fantastic’ by BBC Introducing’s Ollie Winniberg, Corey has a side to him that feels refreshingly untamed and utterly authentic. Corey uses heartfelt, guttural vocals to depict real life struggles after his journey from a hard upbringing, to his eventually happily ever after. Still making music from his hometown, Corey draws influence from pop giants like Sia and Ed Sheeran. New single These Hands brims with pop infused harmonies and Corey’s obvious melisma skills. Fighting for love once more, this is a powerful and undeniably beautiful depiction of the shameless risk one takes when falling in love. Dream like melodies lure you in, before soaring high into an epic final chorus that showcases a battle for the ultimate love story. Corey Layzell – These Hands is out now. LINKS https://www.facebook.com/CoreyLayzell/ https://www.instagram.com/corey_layzell/ https://twitter.com/coreylayzell BUY: https://ffm.to/hands STREAM:
  4. Austin, Texas is one of the best cities in America and an upcoming group by the name of Bronze Whale come from that city. They recently came out with a record titled Love To Feel featuring vox by Khai, and the other day a mysterious up and coming producer by the name of Poles flipped The post Bronze Whale – Love To Feel ft Khai (Poles Remix) appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  5. I just want to say that this is my go to site for all things happening global but mainly Brisbane. I want to congratulate Adam Madd and all the contributors very much for there massive effort on a Brilliant site. I am really digging the application too. Thanks again. Peace.
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    TRINIX – Blind Love

    TRINIX are a French duo that have been featured in the past and now they have returned with something special. Winter is approaching, and their latest title “Blind Love” is perfectly chilled out for the season. The execution from these boys is always on point, so as usual, they delivered tip-top quality music. Enjoy this calm, yet cheerful combination of soothing sounds. Classic melodic structure and tempo flow together with the unique vocal chops. The catching piano chords and acoustic guitar are what set the tone, making this song a dreamy charmer. Make sure to follow TRINIX on Youtube and Spotify. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: TRINIX – Blind Love Source: YourEDM
  7. Today’s daily dose of Kygo comes in the form of “Permanent” with JHart… The 7th release from the producer’s forthcoming album Kids In Love finds its groove as part piano ballad part chillwave dance beat. Of course, nothing lasts forever but this is the kind of melodic tune we could listen to again and again and not mind. “Permanent” joins a solid roster of collaborative singles from Kygo, including the title track “Kids In Love” featuring The Night Game, “Never Let You Go” featuring John Newman, and “With You” featuring Wrabel. This Friday we’ll finally have a full listen to the album in its entirety… Make sure you check back for updates and peep Kygo’s Kids In Love tour dates below. Pre-sales go live today via kygomusic.com. Kygo – Permanent Kygo: Kids In Love Tour Dates This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kygo Releases Extra Chill Track “Permanent” & Pre-Sales for Kids In Love Tour Go Live Source: Your EDM
  8. Throughout the entirety of his career, Frank Ocean has solidified his standing as one of the great creatives of the twenty-first century. A recluse in his demeanor, the artist’s driven home increasingly compelling conversations in R&B and pop music alike, centered around creativity, sexuality, and the importance of identity through his few artistic deliverances. Now, relatively fresh off touring Europe and the US with his intimate shows in support of Blonde, Ocean unveils a new visual document. Much like his 2017 counterpart to Blonde, a magazine entitled Boys Don’t Cry, Ocean shares an exclusive 32-page photo essay in Vice’s i-D. The pages echo the importance of the artist’s support-system and give thanks to those who aided in his realization and attainment of his creative dreams. “You can answer a lot of questions with ‘Yes.’ But you can answer many more with ‘No.’ No is run of the mill. Yes is a gem. Whenever I feel alone I watch live television, something about it being okay on their end makes it okay on mine. Onstage one in-ear is my mic feed and the other one is a Tim Ferriss podcast. I go long periods without talking but I raise my voice when the people on the phone are in loud places. I’ve never given my fans nicknames because the ones I think of are embarrassing. I’m world famous. I had peace in my twenties. Big Pharrell praying hands those weren’t mutually exclusive. If you want to make your 30s sound appealing just mention ‘sexual prime.’ Re: the photos… as Karl Lagerfeld would say they ‘came to me in a dream.’ Summer two thousand and seventeen. We leaned into it. Bananaberry flavored candies at the bottom of the cup. I’ll never know why or what’s with campouts for Szechuan sauce at McDonalds. But I’m way into it. Issa Dreamworld. If you liked two thousand and seventeen then you’ll love two thousand and eighteen.” – Frank Ocean Via: i-D Featured Image via Frank Ocean Read More: 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 Astronaut
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  10. Love Recordings is a Swedish tastemaker label that has just dropped a noticeably large debut release from locals, Polarbearz. For their first single titled “Recognize,” the two producers have featured the young singer Angelica Larsson and it sounds epic! Throughout the song is a reverberating foghorn and futuristic traits that combine for a mainstream product. What I enjoy most of all is the repeat-ability of the track. These artists have figured out how to make high quality dance music and are closing out 2017 with a bang! Follow Polarbearz on Soundcloud and Spotify to stay updated! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Polarbearz – Recognize [With Love Recordings] Source: Your EDM
  11. Here’s an artist that I thought deserved some extra attention. In an online world filled with mountains of submissions, Andres Sierra recently sent in his latest single called “Why Do I (Still Love You).” Standing out from the rest, this is the final song to complete his album called House Arrest and it’s full of mainstream elements. Ultimately, I found the vocal melody and rhythms to be super enjoyable which brought me to decide that this is a unique talent to watch out for in the upcoming year. The song bounces along with a poppy, anthem-like acapella that elaborates into a story. Often times we find ourselves falling in deep and undeniable love towards another. All together, still wondering why one can make us feel this way. For more music from Andres Sierra follow him on Soundcloud and Spotify! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Andres Sierra – Why Do I (Still Love You) [Free Download] Source: Your EDM
  12. Fresh from their Bali event which saw UK house titan Duke Dumont take over the decks at the luxurious Mrs Sippy bar, boutique crew For The Love have announced a stellar line-up for their upcoming Melbourne throwdown. Tropical house don Thomas Jack, Sydney hitmaker Hayden James, Touch Sensitive, Dom Dolla, Airling and Lastlings are just a few of the acts that will be hitting the Riva Amphitheatre in St Kilda on February 17. Plenty more local selectors will be announced soon. As usual, there’ll be plenty of gourmet food and drink for you to sink your teeth into as the sun goes down. Capacity is limited, so you’ll want to snag a ticket soon if you want to be a part of it. Tickets are on sale now, and keep across all of the event details here. For a little taste of just what you’ll be in for, check out their Bali aftermovie below. The post For The Love drop a killer Melbourne line-up appeared first on inthemix. Source: Junkee
  13. Bewilderbeasts unique and quirky style hits with full effect with his new single “Don’t... The post Bewilderbeast – Don’t Hide Your Love – Premiere appeared first on No Dough Music. Source: No Dough Music
  14. Juan Hoerni drops his Love on high LP and we took note. The whole... The post Juan Hoerni – Love On High (Roy Davis Jr Remix) – NDM Premiere appeared first on No Dough Music. Source: No Dough Music
  15. Rowpieces is back on Liquid V with his second EP for the label, and he pick’s up where 2015’s sublime ‘Brazil Calling’ left off.. 5 brand new productions that sound like classics from their very first spin! A mixture of instrumentals and vocal led tracks this is the sound of a producer making music he loves, and this is evident from the depth and emotion present in his music. Teaming up again with Elliot Chapman on ‘After The Break Up’ Row gives us the type of track that put the Liquid in Liquid D&B – smooth vocals and bags of soul that set the tone for the collection. Whilst a new name for some Rowpieces has been perfecting his craft for the past few years, and as well as excursions with the V family, he’s also released on Good Looking Records, Phuzion, Fokuz, Creative Wax and Jazzsticks amongst others. Describing his music is simple, no matter which style or genre, it is all driven by Soul, Funk and Jazz, and always sophisticated.. Download: bit.ly/go-lv058 Liquid V: Facebook: www.facebook.com/liquidvofficial/ Twitter: twitter.com/liquid_v Soundcloud: @liquidvofficial YouTube: www.youtube.com/planetvtv Rowpieces Facebook: www.facebook.com/Rowpieces Twitter: twitter.com/rowpieces Soundcloud: @rowpieces Website: rowpieces.com/ The post Rowpieces – The Love Connection EP appeared first on Drum and Bass News. Source: Drum and Bass News
  16. Hover over the image with your cursor to hear Redlight talk new tunes! Redlight treated us to massive set last night in Hull with some high energy from Dread MC. We caught up with him backstage at Fruit to talk about his big tips for this year. More on Redlight's tips for 2012: :: Boddika on Soundcloud :: Mickey Pearce on Soundcloud :: Maverick Sabre on Soundcloud :: Meek Mill feat. Rick Ross Ima Boss on YouTube Take a listen back to Redlight's set over here!Source: BBC Radio 1
  17. Hover over the image with your cursor to hear Redlight talk new tunes! Redlight treated us to massive set last night in Hull with some high energy from Dread MC. We caught up with him backstage at Fruit to talk about his big tips for this year. More on Redlight's tips for 2012: :: Boddika on Soundcloud :: Mickey Pearce on Soundcloud :: Maverick Sabre on Soundcloud :: Meek Mill feat. Rick Ross Ima Boss on YouTube Take a listen back to Redlight's set over here!Source: BBC
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