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OzClubbers posted an article in Ozclubbers MagazineLA-based producer and industry leader Destructo has announced his “Let’s Be Friends” tour to kick off 2018. Gary Richards, also the man behind the world renowned annual dance music festival HARD Summer in LA, will be hitting major spots all over North America, starting at Output in Brooklyn, NY and concluding his 16-stop tour in Portland at 45 East. Richards will be accompanied by some house music buddies including Fisher, Habstrakt, Will Clarke and more. Destructo sets are already confirmed to include special edits of tracks from his Renegade and West Coast EP’s as well as other fan favorites. The announcement is accompanied by a Beatport exlcusive chart with some of the most notable tracks by Destructo and friends as well as a “Let’s Be Friends 2018” Spotify playlist. Tickets go on sale Friday December 1, 2017, with the tour dates available here. H/T: EDM Sauce Read More: Destructo releases face melting ‘Bassface’ single and music video FISHER stuns on anthemic ‘Oi Oi’ EP Listen to Zomboy’s ‘Rott N’ Roll Pt. 1: Remixed’ EP with Doctor P, Gent & Jawns, Habstrakt, more Source: Dancing Astonaut
OzClubbers posted an article in Ozclubbers MagazineHats off to Basenji, who’s quietly been releasing some of 2017’s best local dance music. After last year’s change of pace ‘Chroma’, the Sydney producer returned in August with the Mereki collaboration ‘Don’t Let Go’ — and now he’s shared another very, very good single. For his latest, Basenji has teamed up with local treasure Tkay Maidza on ‘Mistakes’, which is out today after being premiered on triple j last week. It follows a big year for Maidza — since the release of her self-titled debut album last year, Tkay has teamed up with M-Phazes and Ish DARR on ‘Don’t Even Know’, supported RL Grime on his Australian tour and had her track ‘Glorious’ featured on a little TV show called Girls, after being hand-picked by Lena Dunham herself. Listen to ‘Mistakes’ below; it’s out now via Future Classic. The post Basenji and Tkay Maidza just came through with one of the best tracks of 2017 appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
Guest posted an article in Ozclubbers MagazineJust a little over a week ago, Snails dropped his debut album The Shell which has taken the dubstep community by storm. One of the tracks on the album, “Russian Roulette” ft. Panther Matumona, was originally intended to be a Skrillex collaboration, but unfortunately, it never went through. When asked why it never materialized by a fan, Snails pointed out that the reason was far from malicious and came down to the very simple reason that both of their busy schedules never matched up. Hopefully, sometime in the future, we can hear out what a Snails x Skrillex collaboration would have sounded like (aside from “Holla Out”). Watch him explain it in his own words and check out the record below! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Snails Explains Why Intended Skrillex Collaboration “Russian Roulette” Never Went Through Source: Your EDM