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Pendulum Set to Replace The Prodigy at South West Four 2019 - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 16:48

In addition to their headlining spot, Pendulum may have new music and a world tour on the way.

After the tragic passing of Keith Flint earlier this month, fans were left wondering who would take the place of his legendary group, The Prodigy, at South West Four 2019 in London. It's now known that the iconic drum and bass group Pendulum will close out the last day of the festival.

The band will debut their new live show, Trinity, and will feature members Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen and Paul "El Hornet" Harding together for the trio's first performance in quite some time.

The festival's official blog seemingly spilled the beans on some more information about the band's next steps. They state that their new live performance will include "brand new Pendulum music from their forthcoming EP series and album." In addition to the potential new album, the festival's organizers stated that the band will embark on the Trinity World Tour in 2019 and 2020. 

If the aforementioned information is correct, the new album would mark their first studio album since the release of Immersion in 2010. 

Back in June of 2018, the band released their remix album The Reworks which featured remixes of a variety of Pendulum tracks by artists like Skrillex, Noisia, Moby, Knife Party and more.

South West Four 2019 will take place September 24th and 25th at Clapham Common in London. Tickets are on sale now and you can buy them here.

H/T: Your EDM



deadmau5 Announces the Return of the LED mau5head - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 16:17

deadmau5 is making the final preparations for the debut of his cube v3 production at Ultra Music Festival later this month.

deadmau5 has given fans a lot to be excited about, as the premiere of his new Cube 3.0 production grows near. The Canadian dance music icon announced that his much-adored LED helmet (mau5head) will make its return.

In the short teaser posted to his social media pages, deadmau5 (real name Joel Zimmerman) teased the new mau5head during what looks to be a rehearsal for the new live show. 

Since its debut many years ago, the LED mau5head has been a fan favorite. He's worn it to everything from festivals to his performance with the Foo Fighters at the 54th Grammy Awards in 2012. 

This news comes after the announcement of an upcoming tour and album revealed last week. It also came to light that deadmau5 will be joining Armin Van Buuren, Eric Prydz, and many more as a resident at Las Vegas' newest club, KAOS.

The Cube 3.0 with LED mau5head is set to debut at Ultra Music Festival later this month. For more information on deadmau5' stage show, head over to the official Cube V3 site



​Dirtybird BBQ reveals line-up for its 2019 US tour

Latest from MixMag - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 16:07

Dirtybird heats up the grill and turns on the decks in five cities this Spring

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Deadmau5′ TESTPILOT Confirmed For Beyond Wonderland 2019 This Weekend

Latest from Global Dance Electronic - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 16:00

The rumors are freaking true! Deadmau5 will not only play one set but TWO this weekend at Beyond Wonderland under his alter-ego TESTPILOT. For weeks, fans have been speculating that Joel would be playing two sets at the famous Wonderland rave after everyone started noticing the Mau5trap stage didn’t have enough artists to fill the entire night, with Feed Me, i-O, No Mana, 13, Attlas, Jay Robinson, & more taking control of the stage, everyone wondered why no Deadmau5 on his own record label stage takeover? Well, we finally got the answer!

TESTPILOT will be playing Beyond Wonderland 2019 at the Cheshire Woods Mau5trap stage on Friday, March 22nd from 12AM to 2AM.

Testpilot is Joel Zimmerman’s alias for producing music under the techno genre. However, he has only released one track under the moniker, and mainly uses testpilot for performing techno sets at live shows.

Limited 2-day GA & VIP passes for Beyond Wonderland are still on sale!


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Skrillex’s Iconic Album ‘Recess’ Just Turned 5 [LISTEN AGAIN]

Latest from Your EDM - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 15:35

Skrillex‘s iconic, full-length debut album Recess just turned 5 years old today. The album was recorded between 2013 and 2014 and dropped on the world March 18, 2014.

Half a decade later, the 11-track masterpiece plays out just as well, proving yet again that Skrillex has always been far ahead of his time. These songs haven’t staled a bit and still resonate with us now more than ever.

With Recess, the producer demonstrated his diversity in the EDM realm. From the album’s in-your-face opening track “All Is Fair in Love and Brostep,” to the always catchy “Dirty Vibe,” into the softer notes of “Ease My Mind” — and everything in between — Skrillex nailed it front to back with this release.

As we anxiously await a new era for Skrillex, it’s nice to reflect on this release. No word on when he’ll bless us with his next body of work, but we’ll be ready.

Listen to Recess all over again (and again) right here!

Skrillex – Recess


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R-Wan Ft. Mike Jay ‘Elevator’

Latest from One EDM - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 15:27

With a slew of releases in recent times, that include ‘Bottles Up’ – a cut that saw the Frenchman go head to head with Big Ali & Busta Rhymes, to the more recent ‘Holy Drums’ & ‘Secret’ feat. Lukas – one thing that’s remained constant throughout, is R-Wan’s ability to traverse across a varying selection […]

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Dreamstate Returns to Southern California For 5th Anniversary with New Dates

Latest from Global Dance Electronic - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 15:23

Insomniac announced the return of its fastest growing brand and North America’s largest dedicated trance gathering, Dreamstate SoCal 2019. Making its way around the globe to six cities and four countries since its inception in 2015, Dreamstate will bring thousands of fans home to the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, CA for its 5th-year-anniversary celebration with NEW dates on Friday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 23rd.


Following its first-ever hosted stage debut at  EDC Las Vegas 2017 and with a dedicated stage at this years Beyond Wonderland 2019, Dreamstate will bring the stunning visual production and ethereal melodies from quantumVALLEY to SoCal. Dreamstate has grown to become an international leader in the trance movement. Last year’s sold-out celebration brought over 26,000 fans to the dance floor for legendary acts like Sneijder vs Sied Van Riel, Liquid Ace, Lost in Noise (Indecent Noise & Lostly), Darren Porte vs Talla 2xlc, Markus Schulz, Paul Van Dyk, Artic Moon vs RAM and many others. Expect tickets for the 5th annual Dreamstate SoCal 2019 to go on sale this Summer!

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Celebration Of Life Presents ‘Think Positive’

Latest from One EDM - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 15:16

Mixed & mastered by renowned music producer Aries, the song is entitled ‘Think Positive’, which is dedicated to ‘Baby Love’ aka Jaden who is Charlene Mulhern’s son. Jaden is featured at the beginning of the Celebration Of Life video with his sister Taya (Gucci). The tune became an instant classic since the debut live performance […]

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Armin van Buuren, Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz Sign New Residencies at KAOS Nightclub

Latest from Global Dance Electronic - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 14:55

Clubs in Vegas have been rolling out their residency announcements for 2019, gearing everyone up for the summer. In the past month alone, Drake announced a residency at the Wynn’s XS, while Marshmello landed a residency at Kaos.

Now, Armin van Buren, deadmau5, and Eric Prydz are going to be joining the ranks with Marshmello, having just announced their Kaos residencies as well. The Palms Casino Resort club also has captured Kaskade, Above & Beyond, and Skrillex, making for solid electronic music headliners.

In addition to the electronic music genre, other artists such as Cardi B, Travis Scott, and Bad Bunny also have residencies at Kaos as well.

Kaos is a brand new nightclub that will have its debut season this year, showcasing a 73,000-square-foot dayclub and 29,000-square-foot nightclub. With the residency lineup it has lined up, it looks like it will be a good opening year for the club, bringing in a variety of musical tastes and fans.

The grand opening for Kaos is slated for April 5th, 6th, and 7th, and it is sure to add another awesome option on the Las Vegas Strip.

More information can be found here.

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Shooting Near South By Southwest Leaves One Injured According to Police - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 14:50

Tragedy nearly struck an area in which South By Southwest events are commonly held.

On Saturday, March 16th, a shooting on 6th street and San Jacinto in Austin, Texas resulted in one injury according to the Austin Police Department. The area is close to the heart of the city's nightlife center and hosts many events making up South By Southwest (SXSW).

"There was loud pop that I heard," said festival attendee Matthew Carey when speaking to Deadline. "There was a pause of a second or two, then the people in the crowd started shouting ‘a shooting,’ and everybody started running.” Another source said that police intervened within a minute, detaining the assailant as paramedics transported the wounded individual to a nearby hospital.

SXSW has taken place annually since 1987 and has grown steadily into a multimedia conference. Three separate shooting also overshadowed the 2016 edition of the festival and left five injured.

The 2019 edition of South By Southwest started on March 8th and ended yesterday, March 17th.

H/T: Dancing Astronaut

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liquidfive ft. OMZ ‘Alive’

Latest from One EDM - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 14:32

Martin Maximilian Kotzur a.k.a liquidfive has a long standing passion for electronica & in 2012, met producer & songwriter, Jaxon Bellina – which led to the pair founding 5L Records. The liquidfive label ethos is about dance floor focused releases, whilst nurturing & collaborating with both emerging & established artists. After successful singles such as ‘Sweater Weather,’ ‘Freedom’ and ‘Depth Of Your […]

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Big Gigantic's Rowdytown VIII Festival to Return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 14:18

This year's Rowdytown will mark the return of Big Gigantic's 3D stage production.

Colorado live electronic duo Big Gigantic announced the next chapter in their massive Rowdytown series, Rowdytown VIII. On September 27th and 28th at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, fans will get to relive Big Gigantic's 3D stage production from past editions of the event.

With the band playing both days of the festival, Rowdytown VIII will mark their 14th and 15th performance at a Rowdytown show. This year's lineup features support from Two Friends, KASBO, The Funk Hunters, Flamingosis, Birocratic and ilo ilo

The band is donating a portion of every ticket sold to their A Big Gigantic Difference Foundation. In 2018, they helped raise over $50,000 for Conscious Alliance, an initiative created to help end world hunger.

Back in December, Big Gigantic (real names Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken) released their highly anticipated collaboration with NGHTMRE. The trio are also set to debut their new live supergroup GiganticNGHTMRE at Ultra Music Festival later this month.

Presale tickets go on sale March 22nd at 10:00 AM MST. You can buy them here.



REPORT: MySpace Lost 50 Million Songs Uploaded From 2003 – 2015

Latest from Your EDM - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 14:10

Remember MySpace? The era of the “Top 8” and your BFF, “Tom.” Many of us deleted our profiles long ago, when we ditched the social media platform for a shiny, new Facebook. However, some have been using MySpace all along — and their music catalogs are in serious trouble. Or worse, gone forever.

As Redditors have pointed out, MySpace has permanently lost user files — a ton of them — over the years. One MySpace user brought the huge issue to light with the following statement:

About a year ago, all music on MySpace from 2015 and older stopped working. At first MySpace said they were working on the issue, but they eventually admitted they lost all the data (and apparently didn’t have backups?). See this thread for more details.

Consequence of Sound has since confirmed that MySpace lost a total of 50 million songs uploaded between 2003 and 2015. Anyone hoping to keep what they’ve uploaded to the platform better back it up immediately, if anything of their profile still remains.

MySpace’s Data Privacy Officer confirmed, “Due to a server migration, files were corrupted and unable to be transferred over to our updated site. There is no way to recover the lost data.”


MySpace lost all music uploaded from 2003 to 2015 from technology


Source: Consequence of Sound

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Getter Responds To Fans After Getting Booed On Houston Stop Of His Visceral Tour

Latest from EDM Sauce - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 13:42

Getter's latest full-length album release, Visceral was truly a standout last year. It was by far one of the most impressive electronic albums to be released in the last five years. That being said, it was quite different from anything that Getter had ever released before. This caught some longtime fans by surprise. Still, most

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Video of Alison Wonderland and RL Grime's SUNDARA Festival Set Surfaces - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 13:22

Alison Wonderland and RL Grime ought to go B2B more often.

Earlier in the year Alison Wonderland and Dillon Francis seemed like a match made in EDM heaven, but now her creative partnership with RL Grime appears to be flourishing. Two weeks ago the two artists revealed a collaboration in the works, and their SUNDARA Festival performance only confirms their creative chemistry. 

The two artists played back to back at the inaugural edition of the festival, which was organized this weekend by electronic duo ODESZA. A visit to shows that music by the likes of Ekali, Wuki, Djemba Djemba and FISHER found its way into their set - in addition to two IDs which may or may not have resulted from the time RL Grime and Alison Wonderland recently spent in the studio.

What Alison Wonderland (real name Alexandra Sholler) lacks in tenure as a successful DJ/producer, she makes up for with an enviable career trajectory. In the few years since the release of her debut album, Run, she has amassed a dedicated worldwide following. RL Grime (real name Henry Alfred Steinway) debuted on WeDidIt with an EP titled Grapes three years prior to her and champions a similar style of melodic bass music.

Alison Wonderland and RL Grime still have yet to announce a title, release date or any other information for their upcoming collaboration(s) at the time of writing.

H/T: Your EDM





Odesza Premieres New VIP Of ‘iPlayYouListen’ Live At Their Sundara Destination Festival

Latest from EDM Sauce - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 12:56

This past weekend, Odesza hosted their very first destination festival in Mexico. Sundara Festival was a massive success and featured performances by the likes of Golden Features, RL Grime B2B Alison Wonderland, and so many more. While the weekend made less headlines than Bassnectar's “Deja Voom” event, which was held a week prior, by all

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Pendulum Sub In For The Prodigy On SW4 Lineup With New Live Show & New Music

Latest from Your EDM - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 12:56

With the death of Keith Flint earlier this month, lineups headlined by The Prodigy have been forced to find replacements for the legendary act. While it’s impossible to truly replace them, London festival SW4 has come frightfully close with Pendulum, sporting a new “live” production show.

Announced today, Pendulum will reveal their new TRINITY live show, featuring a sort of combination live/DJ set from Rob Swire (Anscenic), Gareth McGrillen (Speed) and Paul Harding (El Hornet) performing together outside of Australia “for the first time in ten years.”

While this is great news for SW4 attendees, it gets better. According to the festival’s blog site, the group is returning in full force in 2019 and 2020 with new music and a world tour.

“You will get to hear them play brand new Pendulum music from their forthcoming EP series and album, which fans have been waiting for with baited breath, with the trio surrounded by the kind of breath-taking production you have come to expect from these pioneers of electronic music.

“Pendulum’s Trinity World Tour will be taking in performances across the UK, Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia in 2019 & 2020 with SW4 this Summer being the OFFICIAL DEBUT of this exciting new chapter in the Pendulum history books.”

Pendulum released a remix album called The Reworks in 2018, with new cuts from Skrillex, Grabbitz, Matrix & Futurebound, Pegboard Nerds, and more. However, they have not released any new, original music since their album Immersion in 2010.


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Joe Ford Unleashes Massive Neurofunk Remix of Celldweller's "My Disintegration" - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 12:48

Joe Ford Returns to FiXT for a massive remix of Celldweller's newest single, "My Disintegration."

To mark his triumphant return to Celldweller's FiXT label, Joe Ford takes on Celldweller’s latest electronic-rock opus "My Disintegration." What can only be called a highly aggressive neurofunk-inspired remix is sure to send tremors through the very earth itself.

Tapping into his unique brand of U.K. drum and bass, Ford masterfully transforms "My Disintegration" - the most recent single from Celldweller's forthcoming fifth studio album, Satellites - into something entirely new and unexpected.

Expressing his excitement about the remix, Celldweller noted:

“When I knew I was getting a Joe Ford Remix, I expected all the things you expect from Joe Ford - great sound design, cool melodies and crushing beats. However, when I got his remix of “My Disintegration” in my inbox, it went far beyond my expectations. I hope everyone loves this remix as much as I do.”

Like many bass-oriented electronic music artists, U.K. drum-and-bass producer Joe Ford comes from a rock and metal background, and says he "always wanted to merge electronic and rock/metal elements together." That dream came to reality with his first collaboration with Celldweller, a single called "Breaking Point" featuring British vocalist Robin Adams

Ford's remix of "My Disintegration" is the natural follow up to their previous collaboration, and he had this to say:

"Having been a fan since I was a kid when my brother showed me Celldweller's "Frozen," working with Klayton last year was a big honor. Remixing his new track was so much fun. Writing music is so much easier when you have amazing content to work with straight away; this was one of those situations. I hope everyone enjoys it nearly as much as I did making it.”

If the high-energy hybridization of rock, metal and electronic music is something you're excited about, you better not miss out on Joe Ford's explosive remix of "My Disintegration." 

You can check it out on your preferred retailer here.





It has been half a decade since we were blessed with ‘Recess,’ revisit Skrillex’s celebrated debut LP here

Latest from Dancing Astronaut - Mon, 03/18/2019 - 12:43
It has been half a decade since we were blessed with ‘Recess,’ revisit Skrillex’s celebrated debut LP hereSkrille Do Lab

Five years in electronic music can often feel more like fifteen. The breakneck pace by which our culture moves, develops, and evolves these days makes a half decade gap feel more like a lifetime for Skrillex fans celebrating the five year anniversary of Recess today (March 18). The album’s release date is often contested, as the LP arrived in perfectly quintessential Skrillex fashion—leaked early through a cell phone app posing as an intergalactic video game. No matter how or when the record arrived, it undoubtedly changed the electronic landscape and set Skrillex on a crash course for pop super stardom.

Sonny Moore’s debut LP under the Skrillex moniker came well after he had already established his Grammy Award-winning sound, though the album is really what planted Moore’s flag as an electronic trailblazer that was here to stay. The record was a carefree electronic thrill ride that featured a budding Chance The Rapper, a preview taste of the oncoming k-pop tidal wave with G-Dragon, CL, and Diplo, and a healthy dose of heavy dub appeal from the Ragga Twins. Infectiously aggressive yet in touch with its dance-friendly roots, Recess culminated in what many still believe Skrillex’s finest body of work to date.

In the years since Skrillex’s debut studio LP, his list of credentials has outgrown the confines of electronic dance music in remarkable ways. He’s gone on to produce for the world’s greatest pop stars, from Justin Bieber to Mariah Carey. He’s tackled movie soundtracks, linked with rappers, produced an entire joint album with Diplo, and grown OWSLA into one of the country’s premier electronic imprints.

Now, after a much-deserved year off for his 30th, Skrillex is starting to push the pedal to the floor once again in 2019, and though he’s coyly dismissed rumors of a sophomore album recently, something about this year feels like a full circle return for Sonny Moore. Whether its a full fledged follow up to Recess or not, a trove of new Skrillex music seems like it’s ready to be heard by the world. In the meantime, revisit his beloved debut LP below.



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