We finally know when Flume will break his release hiatus.
Flume fans were overjoyed to learn that he would finally release music again in 2019, and he's finally revealed when it will come out. The Australian DJ/producer has announced that his new mixtape titled Hi This Is Flume will arrive tomorrow.
Flume (real name Harley Edward Streten) has not disclosed how many tracks will appear on the effort, or whether one of them is his collaboration with Damon Albarn of Gorillaz. At the time of writing, all he's offered up is a piece of visually alluring album art.
Streten released his self-titled debut album in 2012 and played no small role in pioneering the future bass genre. His rise to fame is chronicled in a documentary titled When Everything Was New that was recently uploaded to YouTube in four separate parts.
Flume has no confirmed 2019 tour dates until his Summer Sonic 2019 performances in Osaka, Japan on August 17th and 18th.FOLLOW FLUME:
Flume has been cheekily teasing the release of new music on his social media for the past few weeks. Just when the teasing got to be almost too much, he hit us with an official announcement. Tomorrow, he will be releasing a new mixtape, aptly named – ‘Hi This Is Flume'. Flume Expected To Drop
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The wait for new Flume material is nearly over.
It’s been more than two years since the release of Skin Companion EP 2, and the talented producer has finally surfaced with a major announcement: a new mixtape, titled Hi This Is Flume, hits the airwaves on March 20. In the time since his last release, Flume’s been largely quiet on social media, only surfacing from time to time to share photos of his travels.
At the end of 2018, the Australian producer promised in a tweet that next year he’d “be back in your life,” and now it’s finally time.
this time tomorrow. Hi This Is Flume (Mixtape) pic.twitter.com/Kgx46rRTsF
— Flume (@flumemusic) March 19, 2019
Photo credit: Photo by David Wolff – Patrick/Redferns
It’s only been less than two years since we last got music from Flume, but it feels like so, so much longer. But finally, we’re getting the next evolution of the Aussie artist tomorrow with “Hi This Is Flume,” a new mixtape.
There’s no telling right now if this will contain new music or a combination of inspirations for new music or what — all we know is that for the first time since May 2017, we’re getting some sort of new Flume. And that, my friends, is worth any wait.
Check out the teaser below, and check back at this time tomorrow to catch us geeking out.
this time tomorrow. Hi This Is Flume (Mixtape) pic.twitter.com/Kgx46rRTsF
— Flume (@flumemusic) March 19, 2019
Photo via Rukes.com
Beyond Wonderland returns to Southern California Friday, March 22nd, and Saturday, March 23rd, 2019, at the lovely NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, CA. There, Headliners will be swept away into a beautiful dreamscape of incredible music across five stages, interactive art installations, roaming performers and much, much more. Be warned as 2-day passes are 90% sold out!
View below the official set times and festival map to plan your adventures with your festival crew. See you all down the rabbit hole this weekend!Beyond Wonderland 2019 Set Times
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Scientists investigate the way dinosaurs used to respond to sound
We haven’t heard a lot from BLU J over the past year. They were quiet in 2018, only releasing one original. However, 2019 has seen their output increase. They released a collab with Shdws “Faded” a few weeks ago and now the duo have released a new single.
“Don’t Look” features the heavy bass lines that BLU J have made their name on. Hopefully this means more new music is on the way from this duo, but only time will tell. Check out “Don’t Look” below and pick up your copy here via ALT:Vision Records.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: BLU J’s new release “Don’t Look” is what their fans have been waiting for
Autograf surprised fans earlier this week when they announced that they would be releasing their first EP in 3 years. Yesterday they shared their first single from the EP much to their fans’ delight.
“Hold Me Back” ft. John Splithoff sees Autograf go back to the house roots. Fans of their classic singles “Dream” or “Metaphysical” will love their latest effort. Autograf’s groovy house beats and creative synth work coupled with a fantastic vocal make me incredibly excited to see what else they have in store for us. Have a listen to “Hold Me Back” below and keep an eye out for their ‘Love And Retrograde’ EP due out later this year on ALT:Vision Records.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Autograf’s new single “Hold Me Back” ft. John Splithoff is a triumphant return to form
A State Of Trance will make its Western United States debut this summer.
Bay Area fans of Armin van Buuren's A State Of Trance (ASOT) event brand have cause for celebration this summer. In light of the partnership between ASOT producer ALDA Events and West Coast promoter Insomniac, the Oakland Coliseum will host the first-ever ASOT 900 event in the Western United States.
Oakland is but one stop on the ASOT 900 tour, which also sees van Buuren stop in Utrecht, Madrid, Miami, Kiev, and Belgium. None of the other performing artists have been revealed at the time of writing.
ASOT began as a weekly radio show hosted by van Buuren and trance DJ/producer Ruben de Ronde before expanding into an event brand. ALDA was founded in 2007 and produces the event series.
Armin van Buuren's A State Of Trance 900 in Oakland, California will take place on June 29th, 2019. For more information or to sign up for pre-sale tickets, visit the event website.
MySpace has admitted to and apologized for a “server migration error” that ultimately led to the loss of 12 years worth of music, photos, and video uploads and memories.
Approximately 50 million songs by 14 million artists were affected, according to initial reports. Now, it’s being reported that countless photos and videos uploaded from 2003 and 2015 were also lost in the shuffle. It’s believed that the files are gone forever, unable to be recovered.
As a result of a server migration project, any photos, videos and audio files you uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be available on or from Myspace. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Years of work and all these faithful MySpace artists get is a bleak statement and a cookie-cutter, “We apologize for the inconvenience.”
We’re just over here waiting to see what the now retired Myspace Tom has to say about all this.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: MySpace Offers Generic Statement Following Titanic Loss Of Music, Photos, Videos
Notaker has released Each Other feat. Eric Lumiere, on Monstercat. This is the second release from the upcoming EP PATH.FINDER which is slated for an April 8th release. This is a follow up to the 2018 EREBUS EP, released on Maustrap. Notaker is no stranger to Monstercat, having released Genesis on the Canadian label back
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Only a few weeks away, the fifth annual Phoenix Lights Festival schedule is being firmed up and finalized. So, that means two big announcements: final artist additions and artist breakdown by stage. Check it out below! The Artists First, four new artists were added to the lineup: Black Caviar (House), Devault (Future Bass), Dillon Nathaniel […]
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KAOS is the new name in Las Vegas, and it’s already shaping up to be quite the stir, with artists like Deadmau5, Eric Prydz Armin van Buuren, Marhsmello, Skrillex, Kaskade, and Cardi B amongst the several artists who will be performing in the Palms night and dayclub. Today, they announced three new performers to even out the Hip-Hop and EDM lineups: J Balvin, Bad Bunny, & Ozuna will all be joining the residents in Late April, with J Balvin hitting a special early preview on April 6th. We’re really pumped to see this club bring Reggatone to Las Vegas, and especially excited to see all the ravers hitting it up for EDC Week 2019. You can check out the full lineup below and let us know who you’re excited to see on Twitter @GlobalDanceElec.
Here is what the general manager of Palms said: “We are incredibly proud to present the next generation of the Las Vegas nightclub and dayclub experience with programming that transcends so many genres of music. Every performance at KAOS will be unique to each artist with next-level production and unique technology that we cannot wait to share with our guests.”
See a full list of KAOS dates from the newly announced performers below.
Nightclub: April 25
Dayclub: April 28
Nightclub: April 6, 26
Armin van Buuren
Dayclub: May 17, 26
Nightclub: May 16
Dayclub: April 14
Nightclub: April 20
Dayclub: April 26
Nightclub: April 13, May 11
Dayclub: April 12
Dayclub: April 19, May 12
Louis The Child
Nightclub: May 31
Nightclub: April 5, 6
Dayclub: April 7, May 10
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Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of the classic sci-fi novel is underway
A State of Trance 900, the iconic trance festival that is followed by millions of fans around the world, will take place in the Bay Area on June 29th, 2019. Making history as the first-ever dedicated ASOT event to be hosted in the western United States, global trance families will unite as ASOT 900 takes over the Oakland Coliseum. As the first co-produced event for Insomniac and ALDA since entering into a collaborative partnership last year, Armin van Buuren will curate yet another evening full of electric moments and leading trance tastemakers at ASOT 900. Starting today, fans can pre-register at https://festival.astateoftrance.com/bayarea/ to be a part of the advance pre-sale that starts on Tuesday, April 2 with general tickets going on sale on Thursday, April 4 at 11 AM PST. By pre-registering now, fans are able to guarantee themselves tickets to the event.
The Bay Area event is part of the ASOT 900 world tour with Armin van Buuren at the helm, stopping off at points across the globe including Utrecht, Madrid, Miami, Kiev, and Belgium. Introducing fans to an entirely new production experience, ASOT 900 marks the beginning of many collaborative efforts between Insomniac and ALDA. Together, the two premier production companies will expand the dance music scene to broader audiences, bringing their events around the globe and expanding their footprint in Europe, Asia and the United States.
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It looks like Quintino caught the techno bug.
More and more EDM DJ/producers have embraced classic styles of dance music of late, but Quintino's latest fusion is particularly unexpected. The Dutch DJ/producer has released a track titled "teQno (Music Is The Answer)" that derives influence from the techno genre.
Before you get too excited, the song itself is a big room anthem made with sold-out festival crowds in mind. Incorporated throughout are droning bass lines and heavy kick drums that simply hint at the subversive aesthetic of techno. Rounding out the arrangement is a "classic '90s vocal sample" that invigorates the concept with a singalong quality.
Quintino (real name Quinten van den Berg) broke through in 2011 with a remix of Cidinho & Doca's "Rap Das Armas" and continues to command a sizeable following today. Last year alone, he amassed over 100 million streams on Spotify.
"teQno (Music Is The Answer)" by Quintino is out now via Spinnin' Records. Stream or download it across platforms here.Follow Quintino:
Music festivals are more than just that — they’ve become part of our culture, ever since the first Woodstock took place 50 years ago. Ultra Miami, Electric Daisy Carnival, Burning Man, Coachella and more are household names at this point, and one study looks to better understand the impact of these life-changing experiences.
In a survey conducted by music streaming platform CloudCover, Ultra is the most life-changing experience since Woodstock. This, according to the analysis of 665 festival goers.
82 percent of those who attended Woodstock in 1969 called their experience life-changing. Compared to 65 percent of respondents that believed at least one of the music festivals they attended (between 2011 – 2018) was life changing — it was most commonly Ultra.
Electric Daisy Carnival is close behind, followed by Burning Man, Austin City Limits, Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, SXSW and Warped Tour.
The top memorable artists from these music festivals — Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jane’s Addiction, Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé, and Tiësto.
We’d be interested to see the results of a larger scale study, but the point is that music festivals are impacting our lives in amazing ways. It’s almost festival season! Get ready!
See more at cloudcovermusic.com.
Photo via aLive Coverage for Ultra
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: New Study Finds Most Life-Changing Festivals & Memorable Performers
Netsky has released a remix pack from his single, “I Don’t Even Know You Anymore,” featuring up-and-coming R&B artist Bazzi and hip-hop icon Lil Wayne as part of his larger Palmtrees & Powerlines project. The four-track remix release showcases Andy C, Montell2099, Nitti Gritti, along with a specialty Netsky Powerlines remix. With an insurgence of energy, the enlisted artists add drum & bass, future bass, and heavier electronic backdrops to the pop, hip-hop, and R&B-leaning original.
RAM Records icon Andy C adds some speed to the original, throwing a drum & bass rhythm with fluttering high-hats, while Nitti Gritti throws cascading vocal chops between bouncing melodic percussion hits. Montell2099 shares a unique pop-oriented take, with a forward-facing bassline that dances alongside Bazzi’s soulful voice. Netsky’s own remix adds a video game flavor to the project, for a final touch in a remix series that adds to the electronic backdrop of the previous original.
Photo credit: Diego Andrade
The LED mau5head is back.
Deadmau5 is pulling out all the stops for the world debut of his Cube 3.0 at Ultra Music Festival in 11 days, on Saturday, March 30. In addition to bringing the new stage set up, he’s also reviving an old favorite.
The LED mau5head was debuted along with the first cube at Coachella in 2010. Seeing it live at the time was an absolutely mind-melting experience, especially going into it not knowing what to expect. Now, nine years later, we expect the technology on the mau5head to be improved and looking better than ever.View this post on Instagram
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Up and coming future bass producer, Tommy Leas, better known as PLS&TY, has been quickly ascending through the ranks of the bass scene with his own unique take on the sound. His latest single, a three way tag team with Dutch producer GANZ in the studio and Nevve in the booth, “Motives” is yet another notch on his future bass bed post. The cinematic tale of heartbreak and indifference driven by Nevve’s emotive top line is brought to life by PLS&TY’s molten bass lines and deeply ingrained groove. It’s danceable, but vulnerable, a song as appropriate for solo listens as it is for packed dance floors.