Following on from a consistent stream of studio output, Germany’s Jack Morado returns with his anticipated single, ‘The World Is In Your Hands’.
Jack Morado touches back down with another signature cut, featuring his feel good electronic production. Hot off the back of his recent releases ‘Fade Away’ & ‘Together’ – now sees, ‘The World Is In Your Hands’ taking centre stage. As Jack serves up another large slice of his infectious & high energy sound – the record promises to be a future hands in the air burner.
Signed to the revered Internoize label, the single also comes with an upfront remix from Ukrainian producers Boris Roodbwoy & Andrew Rai – delivering a club ready workout, positioning the track for an additional wave of international support.
Hold tight, as ‘The World Is In Your Hands’ drops – a host of global love awaits.Share0Share0Share0Share0
DC’s own H3nry Thr!ll is rising quickly among the ranks of young, aspiring DJs/Producers and champions the sounds of Major Lazer fueled big room house combined with elements of hip hop and dub. He’s currently churning out hip-shaking, mean-mugging G-house that shows off a little personality and swagger that most of you listeners will enjoy. At just the ripe age of 16, H3nry Thr!ll is sure to take on the global dance music circuit in no time.
In his latest cut, ‘Lean’, H3nry Thr!ll takes on the bass in a most ferocious manner. ‘Lean’ is a cross between the hip hop elements and agressive basslines of the new big room house scene. Jungle vibes are all over this track as Thr!ll fires his unique elements on all cylinders. Get ready scream and jump when you hear your favorite DJ cuing this bad boy up!Share0Share0Share0Share0
Lights is heading out on tour with deadmau5 and we can’t think of a better support act to accompany him. In a recent interview, she opened up about the upcoming cube v3 tour, her remix set, the digital age of music and her dream collaborator.
Here’s what the Canadian singer-songwriter had to say about her remix set:
“My friend Myth and I built entirely new versions of a handful of my songs plus wicked instrumentals, a mixture of glitchy tropical and future bass style. I’ll be doing live vocals and playing guitar as well, should be pretty epic.”
And more on her NYE show:
“For my set, people can expect 30 minutes of bangers, instrumentals and wicked visuals with some live elements.”
On her music and songwriting:
“I am inspired by hearing good melodies and lyrics that flow and don’t feel like they try too hard. Mostly though I am inspired by interesting production ideas if I hear a bass sound or synth sound or guitar tone that just sits so right I go home and try to replicate it.”
About being an artist in the digital age:
“I do think now more than ever there is cross-over in every genre and we are seeing live instruments at EDM shows and electronic elements in rock shows. It’s a good time to be an artist of any kind of that reason, there are really no rules.”
As for her dream collaborator:
“I am still waiting for REZZ to send me a track.”
In addition, Lights defined the word success as “making a living making art.”deadmau5 – “Drama Free” ft. Lights
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Lights Talks deadmau5 Tour, Dream EDM Collaborator & More
BTSM are back.
Black Tiger Sex Machine (real names Patrick Barry, Marc-André Chagnon, and Julien Maranda) and TMRRW have enlisted the help of frequent dance music collaborator Micah Martin for their tune "Everything." It's out via BTSM's Kannibalen Records.
The Montreal-based trio have utilized their dark, distorted sound to whip up a midtempo heater that their fans, as well as TMRRW's, will certainly gravitate towards. Micah Martin's early 2000s punk-reminiscent vocal addition helps curate the aggressive vibe, making this yet another tune bass music listeners will be continuously rinsing.
Barry, Chagnon, and Maranda have created one of the most unique acts in the bass music scene by curating the music and effects of their helmets during their live sets. The trio also manages their highly successful Kannibalen imprint, releasing tunes with talented names such as Sullivan King, Kai Wachi, LeKtriQue, and YOOKiE.Follow Black Tiger Sex Machine:
A staple Sikdope instrumental has now come into fruition with added hypnotizing vocals.
Coming on the heels of massive collaborative tracks with Tiësto and Lil Debbie, Polish producer Sikdope (real name Dawid Kabaciński) continues to dominate the festival circuit worldwide with the release of his new bassline house track, “Follow.”
Known for his standout ability to get a crowd moving, Sikdope has been providing the electronic scene with a steady stream of festival anthems all summer. Collaborative singles “My Whistle” with Tiësto as well as “Party” with Lil Debbie have solidified Sikdope’s spot on club and dance floor playlists globally. The newest addition to his catalogue, “Follow” is no exception.
Fans of the eclectic beatmaker will already recognize the instrumental as it’s been a staple in his live sets for some time. It wasn't until he found the addictive vocals that the track came to fruition and was finalized. Leading up to “Follow,” Sikdope created even more anticipation for the track by including a remix competition and art content. The winners of both contests are set to receive signed merch and free show tickets.
Accompanying the single comes a guest mix for 1001 Tracklists set to release on September 26th. The track was also released with an official lyric video on YouTube.
Spencer Brown absolutely smashed this remix.
Spencer Brown has released his rendition of "fn pig (ov)," which serves as the first track from deadmau5' forthcoming remix album, here's the drop!.
While Brown's remix is on the longer side at almost 10 minutes long, he utilizes that time wisely by creating an incredibly complex soundscape. A classic percussion line brings listeners into a slow-building melodic moment with beautiful, bright synths. Undoubtedly, fans of Brown's previous works will gravitate towards this long, imaginative remix. The full remix LP drops via mau5trap October 4th and features remixes from Morgan Page, No Mana, Rinzen, and many more.
Brown has been regarded as one of the hardest working and most forward-thinking up-and-comers out there. The San Francisco-based DJ/producer first made his mark with his Chalice / Double Down EP, later catching the attention of world renown Above & Beyond. Since, Brown has released a number of singles and EP's on Anjunabeats as well as Anjunadeep.Follow Spencer Brown:
GA+ and VIP are still available.
EDC Las Vegas has officially sold out of GA passes for its 2020 edition. This comes before the official lineup announcement, highlighting the trust the dance music community has in Pasquale Rotella and his team. While the quickness of the sellout is surprising, it certainly wasn't unexpected.
Don't fret if you didn't snag a GA ticket in time, as GA+ and VIP tickets are still available. You can purchase or make your down payment here.View the original article to see embedded media.
EDC has simply become the gold standard for a dance music festival. This past year's edition attracted over 400,000 attendees, making it one of the largest music festivals in the world. Last year also brought some of the biggest names in dance music, including Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Excision, and special guests outside the realm of dance music such as A$AP Rocky and an appearance by Bill Nye. Expect an equally impressive lineup for their 2020 edition.FOLLOW EDC LAS VEGAS:
The last song we got from Zedd was “365” with Katy Perry almost seven months ago. Now, the producer is back and teasing a new song with Kehlani called “Good Thing,” out next Friday, September 27.
Zedd posted a teaser of the song on social media today, but it still doesn’t give much away. It’s a few bars of a basic staccato melody, without any of Kehlani’s vocals, and nary a synth or drum in sight. It’s definitely on brand as one of Zedd’s types of teasers, as he’s done even shorter ones on IG stories before.
Regardless, we’re excited for this one to drop. Stay tuned for a possibly longer teaser before next Friday, or check back in a week to hear the full tune!View this post on Instagram
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This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: FIRST LISTEN: Zedd Announces New Single With Kehlani Out Next Week
Apashe has been raining supreme over the bass music scene for quite awhile now. Known for his hard hitting tracks combined with some amazing orchestral composition work, he is back at it again with yet another piece of content for us to enjoy. If you didn't know already, Apashe released his “The Good The Bad
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Few moments are more sacred than the reprieve Saturday night provides from the daily grind of school and work. Its importance is meant to be emphasized, and thus, a feature dedicated to “doing the night right” was born. Saturday Night Sessions are set around energizing mixes meant to get the party started. New or old, each episode has one cornerstone thing in similarity: they serve as the perfect backdrop for the weekend pregame.
Justin Caruso has only been releasing music for two years, but in that short time period, he has already made a name for himself on the touring circuit and on the radio. A commercial crossover producer through and through, Caruso started his electronic music career with one of the best mentors an aspiring artist could ask for with Justin Blau, better known as 3LAU. The two went on tour together in 2016, and Caruso hasn’t looked back since.
The now 23-year old proceeded to amass over 50 million streams on streaming platforms across his collection of releases, and he has since gone on tour with the likes of Tiësto, The Chainsmokers, and now Loud Luxury. Few acts have the opportunity to tour with such a heavy-hitting roster of artists at the initiation of their careers, and its a tribute to the quality of Caruso’s original releases and remixes. When asked which tour Caruso would repeat aside from his own previous headlining tour, he notes, “I’d say I would repeat my first ever tour with 3LAU. It was such a wild feeling playing shows for the first time, and I’ll forever remember that tour!”
Caruso’s first headlining tour was in 2017, which he dubbed the ‘Can I dropout yet?’ tour. The producer, who was enrolled in University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, did ultimately make the decision to put college on hold in an effort to focus on his music career. He notes this is one of the hardest decisions he has ever made, stating, “This was very difficult not only for me, but for my parents as well. They weren’t fully on board at first, but once music became a full time job, they began to understand I needed to drop out. It really hit me when I physically had zero time to go to class as I was too busy touring.”
Caruso is out with new release “Can’t Live Without” featuring Wyn Starks ahead of his fill Good Parts Tour. Opening with soft keys and a melody that compliments the velvety vocals of Wyn Starks, ‘Can’t Live Without’ serves as the ideal end-of-summer track. The smooth transitions from silky melodies into an upbeat, future-pop driven sound shows Caruso’s strength at enlisting a top of the line vocalist and blending their voice with an atmospheric backdrop that creates a melodic whole.
He speaks on the new release, stating, “I couldn’t be more excited about this new release! I think ‘Can’t Live Without’ expresses the most raw form of love possible, and a lot of people can connect with that.”
Caruso also crafted his Saturday Night Session to highlight the best of his own releases blended with dance-worthy pop releases. The end result is an infectious mix that the listener can sing along to just as well as they can dance to. According to Caruso, his Saturday Night Session prepares the listener for a Saturday night that is, “whatever they want it to be, but for me, I’d say meeting up with your best friends and having a fun night you all always look back on.”
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You’ve been on tour with some pretty great acts- The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, and 3LAU to name a few. If you could only choose 1 tour to repeat (not including your headlining tour), which one would you do again?
I’d say I would repeat my first ever tour with 3LAU. It was such a wild feeling playing shows for the first time, and I’ll forever remember that tour!
Have you always been musical/what got you into music in the first place?
I’ve always loved music, but I didn’t really grow a passion for making it or DJing until highschool after a basketball leg injury. I had so much time to kill laying in bed that I started to mess around making mashups on my computer, and thats where the love began.
The theme of your previous tour is “Can I drop out yet?” We know you made the decision to put school on hold in order to focus on your music career. How difficult of a decision was this for you?
This was very difficult not only for me, but for my parents as well. They weren’t fully on board at first, but once music became a full time job, they began to understand I needed to drop out. It really hit me when I physically had zero time to go to class as I was too busy touring.
Let’s go into the future and imagine you are now 40 year old Justin. What kind of a career are you hoping to look back on?
I’m hoping my career is still going, and I’m owning a label at that time. I want to look back on a career that made me happy and something I can be proud of. I hope to continue to make music I love and enjoy.
What is something about you that your fans probably don’t know?
I’m a big gamer, and basically any free time I have goes towards video games. I usually bring video games on the road too!
Do you have any guilty pleasures?
One of my guilty pleasures would be loving Taylor Swift’s music, especially her new album
What kind of a Saturday Night is your Saturday Night Session getting fans ready for?
Honestly whatever they want it to be, but for me, I’d say meeting up with your best friends and having a fun night you all always look back on.
Big room savant KSHMR put together an exclusive Orbit playlist in preparation for his upcoming Imagine Festival set on Saturday, September 21 in Atlanta. The selection of tracks matches his performance style, filled with booming festival anthems and crafted melodies that one would expect to hear from the artist.
From vocalistic ballads to big room numbers, the frequent mainstage occupee welcomes tracks from Dharma label friends like Asketa & Natan Chain’s “Magic, morphing into cuts from his four-cut ‘Paradesi’ EP and international bounce anthems like Ummet Ozcan‘s “IZMIR”. Similar to his high-energy sets, the ORBIT playlist is closed out with Mike Williams “Day or Night”, complementing the carousel of singles in this festival pregame playlist.
This is the sixth rendition of the Imagine as the festival looks to celebrate its theme “What Lies Deep at the Bottom of the Ocean.” Take a dive into KSHMR’s aura below and catch his set Saturday night on the main Oceania stage at 9:30pm.
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Italian DJ and Producer Alex Messina is an artist who holds a passion for a huge range of genres and styles, which can be heard within his productions. Originally, Alex Messina fell in love with playing the guitar at the end of 10 years old and went on to study the art form classically. Based …
EDC is coming back for its tenth year in 2020, and tickets are going on sale for those early owls this Friday September 20.
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Rising from the great state of Texas comes a music producer who goes by the name Keno. Keno aims for metallic melodies, great loops, and ambiance that will take you to another dimension. White Walls marks the first single to be released to the public. The single wraps up everything Keno aims to do, including …
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Noisia, the bass music project of Dutch trio Thijs, Nik, and Martijn announces they will break up after a final tour in 2020. The long a successful career of the group has lasted two decades, and it has been decided that they have reached the end of the line.
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The high hopes we all had to turn the Storm Area 51 event into a successful music festival have fallen. “Alienstock” will now be a one-day event at the Las Vegas Events Center. With that being said, there are still a few hundred people daring to show up at the actual Area 51 site and try to …
Nostalgix puts her best foot forward with her latest track, “Mess With Me,” which has found the perfect home on Confession.
With every release, Nostalgix continues to prove she’s a force to be reckoned with in the modern house scene. “Mess With Me” exemplifies her artistic vision, rocking a dark punch, quirky synths and creative use of space to craft something equally approachable and mysterious. In other words, “Mess With Me” is light and friendly on the outside, but hard and mean when that bass hits.
It only grows on us more and more with every playback, so we hope you dig it as much as much we do. There’s just something about it — and that’s the sound of Nostalgix.
Listen here and let us know if you’re loving it!Nostalgix – Mess With Me
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Nostalgix Wows Us Again with New Track “Mess With Me” Out On Confession [LISTEN]
Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA managing editor Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.
Listen in playlist format here.
When Haywyre‘s “Tell Me” first came out last November, I was immediately hooked. It’s effortlessly funky, incorporating Haywyre’s own vocoder-filtered vocals and array of bright and blissful synth and keyboard elements. As part of a set of remixes, Notaker is the latest to take on the groovy tune. The St. Louis producer has put his own moody, atmospheric spin on the original, packing a serious punch with dramatic builds and hefty bass. It gives an entirely different tone to the piece, and it’s breathtakingly powerful.
Disco overlords Goshfather and Aylen are at it again. The duo have a joint two-track EP out, featuring the previously released “Found You” and the debut of “Coastin’.” The tune seeks to continue the effortless, sun-soaked tone of the summer months, incorporating a retro melody and carefree lyrics to move the steady bassline along. It’s hard not to move your feet to this one.
Liquicity mainstay Maduk is back with new heat. The Dutch producer teamed up with Calixte to create a truly infectious tune. “Everytime” seems subdued enough in the beginning, but steadily builds into a mighty drum ‘n’ bass song. A piano melody and rushing beat carry Calixte’s vocals beautifully from start to finish. “Everytime” is a tune that’s as alluring as its hypnotic cover art.
Fans of Metrik have long anticipated the arrival of “Gravity.” The release is the first time Metrik has ever featured his own vocals, and the addition rounds out what I believe is one of his best releases in recent history. “This track represents a new wave of music I’ve been developing using my voice, guitar & synthesisers and is the purest expression of my sound yet,” Metrik said of the release.
UKF is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and with it comes an exclusive set of singles and EP from the notable platform. The latest of these is Kove‘s “Le Retour,” a drum ‘n’ bass number with cheery horns and an irresistible overall retro style. It’s quite a swerve from its predecessor, “Motor,” which had a decidedly darker feel to it, but the difference in the songs just demonstrates Kove’s ridiculously wide range when it comes to production and sound design.
EDC Las Vegas 2020 just went on sale this week and GA passes are already sold out!
Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella just shared the good news on social media, which has us already hyped for the staple electronic dance party next year. Even without a lineup, EDCLV is one of the most in demand music festivals out there.
In the post below, Rotella writes:
THANK YOU, EDCLV HEADLINERS! GA passes are officially sold out! The success of this festival and the magic of EDC would not be possible without you, and I can’t wait to be with you Under the Electric Sky!
And just like that, EDC Las Vegas is sold out, at least for GA. There are GA+ and VIP packages available here.
See you in 2020!EDC Las Vegas 2020 – GA SOLD OUT
THANK YOU, EDCLV HEADLINERS! GA passes are officially sold out! The success of this festival and the magic of EDC would not be possible without you, and I can’t wait to be with you Under the Electric Sky!
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: EDC Las Vegas 2020 Officially Sold Out of GA Passes
The self-released project will be released September 27