A festival in Australia headlined by The Presets, Hayden James, and Hot Dub Time Machine is being dubbed Fyre Festival 2.0 after a disappointed showing culminated in a “dangerous” weather event and festival cancellation.
Wine Machine is a traveling festival with five dates across Australia in March and April. This past weekend, the festival came to NSW where it was met with a variety of challenges including weather and staff.
While tickets to NSW Wine Machine were only $150 versus thousands of dollars at Fyre Festival, the conditions of the former are getting it compared to the latter. Around the time that The Presets began their set, a massive thunderstorm rolled in and the festival was moved to be cancelled and the attendees ushered out into the cold and rain.
Chaos at Wine Machine!!! pic.twitter.com/PFfH8Cb99s
— Gabrielle (@Gxbriellemxry) March 23, 2019
“When the storm hit, you guys were not concerned about the safety of your patrons,” wrote one attendee in a now-deleted post, according to Newshub.
“It was ‘how quick can we kick them out into the lightning’. A tree came down in front of us and a guy broke his leg. So much for duty of care. You need to start thinking about your customers and not the $$$. Disgusting.”
Issues with food and drink were felt long before the weather turned bad, as well. Reports of long queues came in from attendees; this was due to “severe understaffing” from “two minibuses carrying 32 members of bar staff breaking down,” writes Newshub.
NSW licensing laws also limited attendees to two drinks per person, which only served to fan the flames of an already impatient and tired crowd.
The internet has become quick to label any festival with even mild complications as Fyre 2.0, as trolls rule the comment sections; however, from the videos and details released of NSW Wine Machine, the comparison rings more true here than many other places.
Wine Machine statement:
As those in attendance well know, The Hunter Valley last night experienced an extreme weather system that included torrential rain and a high multitude of lightning strikes within close proximity causing an initial show stop and eventual evacuation of the event. This sucked for every single person on site! The safety of all patrons, artists, and staff is of absolute priority. Evacuations of this nature are never pleasant. If you have feedback on the method by which police and or security managed this please email the WM team at email@example.com and we will come back to you personally.
We must also address bar lines earlier in the day. Due to the current climate in NSW, severe licensing conditions were placed upon the event limiting drinks to two per person causing unacceptable congestion at the bars. Adding to this were staffing issues from our external bar operators Prime Collective who’ve issued the following statement:
“Whilst licensing restrictions played a significant role in bar congestion at the Wine Machine NSW event, we must unreservedly apologise for our role in this and take full responsibility. Two of our staffing mini-buses carrying 32 staff were reportedly involved in an incident whilst en route from Sydney resulting in bars being under staffed.
We are currently investigating the circumstances of this and following up on the conditions of those staff involved. If you would like further information on this or the licensing restrictions please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will come back to you.”
Lastly, stay tuned in the coming days for an announcement from Hot Dub Time Machine who is hoping to throw a complimentary make-up show for those disappointed he didn’t get to play.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Festival In Australia Dubbed “FYRE 2.0” After Catastrophic Weather & Poor Organization
This week, every DJ and EDM icon will be converging to Miami for the world’s most coveted party week. From the sunniest pool parties to the darkest nightclubs events, Miami Music Week is about to consume South Florida.
This year, one of the biggest parties is arriving this Wednesday. To properly start Miami Music Week, Steve Aoki is bringing Dim Mak Miami 2019 to reign over Miami’s art district Wynwood. The roster includes Slushii, 4B, Henry Fong, Tisoki, Max Styler, Bok Nero, Kendoll and Don Diablo as a featured special guest. But knowing Miami Music Week antics, there’s a high likelihood of surprise visits from other DJs and producers cruising around the 305.
Tickets for general admission are currently $30 with special bundles that include four tickets together as low as $85. There are also VIP and bottle service options for parties of five, eight, or ten people. The party will be on Wednesday, March 27 between 8pm and 3am. For more information, click here.
Last year, the Dim Mak Miami show featured the label boss headlining alongside Carnage and Shaquille O’Neal as DJ Diesel. The Dim Mak party also featured the likes of Cheat Codes, Dada Life, Desiigner, QUIX, Grandtheft, Matroda, Bok Nero, and more in the bustling madness of Wynwood. All the acts delivered head-banging sets and drew out one of the biggest crowds of any Miami Music Week event outside of Ultra Music Festival.
If you want to party with Steve Aoki, Don Diablo, and the rest of the Dim Mak crew, grab your tickets here.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Dim Mak Miami 2019 is the Place to Kick Off Miami Music Week
Skrillex and Boys Noize took to the stage once again for BUKU 2019 to perform as Dog Blood. The rare appearance of the musical duo did not go unappreciated by the festival attendees, who flocked to the set in droves.
The combination of hard techno, bass music, and hip hop makes Dog Blood easily one of the most unique acts in dance music, on any festival lineup. Throughout the duo’s massive 75-minute set, they dropped classic Dog Blood cuts like “Next Order” and “Chella Ride.” But they also had opportunity to drop some new music that Skrillex himself confirmed is coming soon.
V sooooon https://t.co/W5t5A2hZ3D
— Skrillex (@Skrillex) March 25, 2019
There’s no full tracklist for their set from BUKU yet, but there are plenty of videos floating around that comprise a rather large portion of their performance. Check out the videos below, including their BUKU intro, and hang tight for more new Dog Blood music coming soon!
Photo via aLIVE Coverage for Buku
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: VIDEO: Skrillex & Boys Noize’s Dog Blood Debuts New Music At Buku
Music is powerful, we all know that — but it may be more powerful than we’ve previously realized. As a new study reveals, our favorite music memories are enough to resist Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Whenever we hear a song that we’re particularly into, our brain goes through a process called Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR), which basically feels like a tingling sensation. It’s almost orgasmic — a natural buzz us music lovers get when a song inspires something within us. If you’re on our website reading this, chances are you’ve felt this and know exactly what we’re talking about.
So, ASMR actually catalogs that music in a special way. According to The Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease, those confusing and heartbreaking affects of Alzheimer’s may for a short time subside when those affected hear their favorite music from the past. Researchers have seen this haze in Alzheimer’s patients subside, and now there’s some proper research backing the ASMR phenomenon.
Contributor to the study, Jeff Anderson, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor in Radiology at the Univerity of Utah Health, says: “In our society, the diagnoses of dementia are snowballing and are taxing resources to the max. No one says playing music will be a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, but it might make the symptoms more manageable, decrease the cost of care and improve a patient’s quality of life.”
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Study: Music Is Powerful Enough To Resist Alzheimer’s & Dementia
ZHU and Disclosure have a collab on the very near horizon and the music world is dying to hear it!
The image below briefly posted to ZHU’s Instagram Story and then deleted confirms a collab from these powerhouse dance artists is indeed dropping next week. Now, the minds of fans are racing with what this might sound like, as we anxiously await this collaboration.
With a sound so distinct, it’s easy to hear when ZHU is working his magic. Following his standout album that dropped last year, he’s an unstoppable force in dance music. He even took time off touring to focus on making more.
Meanwhile, Disclosure made a comeback last year with a variery of surprise, one-off singles. The duo has since confirmed they have an album release in the works, and have enough unreleased material for several albums.
It was really only a matter of time before these greats combined their talents. Check back here next week to hear what they have come up with!ZHU x Disclosure
Photo via Rukes.com
Ultra Music Festival goes down next weekend and if you’re heading down to Miami, it’s time to get your game plan on lock!
There are a lot of big changes coming to Ultra this year, with a brand new location, new stages and layout, an extended curfue, and an entire RESISTANCE island to explore. There’s a lot to be excited about.
If you’ve been to Ultra before, just know it will be essential to get your bearings all over again. Allow extra time to travel to and from the music festival. Get familiar with the layout as soon as you arrive.
Schedules and maps are available now, so get a jump start on planning with the images below. Save them to your phone — because service will probably be sketch.
Ultra Music Festival goes down at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park & Miami Marine Stadium next weekend, March 29, 30 and 31, 2019. See U on the Key!Ultra Music Festival Schedule + Maps
see U on the Key! pic.twitter.com/iOvxP4DkAq
— Ultra Music Festival (@ultra) March 21, 2019
See you on the Key!
(More details will be added to our official site map as the festival approaches, stay tuned!) pic.twitter.com/lJjC6ZowDG
— Ultra Music Festival (@ultra) March 20, 2019
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Ultra Miami 2019: Explore The Full Schedule & Site Maps Here
Malaa was arrested mid-set in San Diego last night — and fans are sounding off whether it was real or fake. With his bad boy appeal and Illegal mixtapes, this totally fits his image either way.
In the videos below, Malaa seems to be going about his usual business when cops come up from behind him, the music is cut off, and he’s forced off the stage. He’s rushed out of there before anyone really knows what happened.
The arrest is captured from multiple angles, from the crowd and the most telling one from backstage. As fans on Twitter have pointed out, it looks like one of the cops is known for performing fake arrests.
This is probably one of the most Malaa thing we have ever heard, which just screams publicity stunt. But at this point, we can’t be too sure either way. Just watch and let us know what you think!
#FreeMalaaMalaa Arrested At San Diego Show
Malaa just got arrested mid-set in San Diego! pic.twitter.com/fP3XyHVkmC
— tori (@toristuht) March 24, 2019
— Cookie Rojas (@Vjordan_58) March 24, 2019
Photo via Rukes.com
NGHTMRE’s collaboration with ASAP Ferg, “REDLIGHT,” is finally coming out — and soon!
A teaser from NGHTMRE today reveals “REDLIGHT” with ASAP Ferg is coming out March 28. The song, which was originally called “NGHTMRE On Ferg Street,” was debuted at EDC 2018 when NGHTMRE took to the main stage for the very first time. As you might expect, fan reaction was considerable.
The song will be released alongside a full visual component, tying together the whole project and presenting it as a complete artistic venture for NGHTMRE. Stay tuned for March 28.
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Posted by NGHTMRE on Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: NGHTMRE & ASAP Ferg “Redlight” Out March 28 With Music Video
People will travel to the ends of the Earth to rave, whether the function is at a picturesque castle or down in an underground nuclear bunker. Even in Chernobyl, the party doesn’t stop. Next up, the Château de Versailles will host its first-ever dance music function with widely established label Ed Banger Records.
French electro marvels Breakbot x Irfane, Busy P, Myd and So Me will throw down at the foot of the iconic Hall of Mirrors as revelers dance away the night. Whenever exceptional talent meets a gorgeous, historical landmarks such as this palace, it’s destined to be memorable.
Just imagine the Château de Versailles, which once served as the royal residence of Louis XIV thru Louis XVI, transformed into a legitimate rave. The only way to truly experience the magic is to grab your passport and go.
According to the event, “This timeless evening is part of the Versailles tradition of the first festivals of the Sun King’s time and also echoes Versailles, cradle of French electro.”
It all happens June 8, 2019. See the official event page here for more info.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Ed Banger Records Is Throwing A Rave At the Château de Versailles [DETAILS]
Multifaceted star Taryn Manning just blessed the world with a new single — and a few remixes to go with it.
She’s known for her role on the hit series Orange Is The New Black and other roles in acting, but she’s been known to take the mic and let it rip (even playing EDC’s Kalliope Art Car in 2017). Her most recent single has a special kind of spark — it’s the type of vocal performance we remember of our favorite throwback dance tracks.
If you haven’t yet heard “The Light,” just know it might change your life. Remixes from Lotado, Metrush, and Ant LaRock season up the original in unbelievable ways, accenting the deep, emotional appeal of Manning’s voice. Each as dazzling as the next, it’s refreshing to hear this raw talent be noticed and celebrated by other artists.
We can’t fangirl enough about “The Light” and its remixes. Listen here and let us know if you love it!Taryn Manning – The Light (Remixes)
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Star Taryn Manning Drops Flawless New Single & Remixes
Almost two weeks ago we were finally given what we all had been waiting for, the new Spring Awakening Music Festival location and headliners! People had been growing antsy with all the silence coming from the SAMF camp, rightfully so. The fate of the festival had been hovering in limbo for months and many were worried that this may have be the end for the long running Chicago fest.
With that first announcement out of the way the Spring Awakening crew have been working non-stop, we already have the full lineup, day-to-day schedule, and single day tickets out! Many people were pleased with the amount of bass-heavy names that done the lineup such as Cookie Monsta, Dion Timmer, Liquid Stranger, Subtronics, Peekaboo, Dubloadz, and Rusko! Other highlights from the lineup include 1788-L, Benny Benassi, Andrew Bayer, and What So Not. Check out the all the artists on the lineup below.
The 2019 edition of Spring Awakening will take place June 7th through 9th at Poplar Creek at 59-90 Entertainment District in Hoffman Estates, a Northwest Chicago suburb. The new location boasts 27 acres of land, nearly double that of last year’s site, which allows for bigger and better stages, more production, and additional experiential environments. Complimentary shuttles from nearby Metra stations to the festival grounds will be provided to fest-goers. Additionally, the grounds are less than ten minutes from multiple hotel options, and for the first time in SAMF history, the location will allow for festival parking on site.
You can purchase 3-day and single-day GA and VIP tickets from the Spring Awakening website now!
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Spring Awakening Reveals Their Full Lineup for 2019
Beatport just recognized bass house as an official genre category and to be honest — it’s about time.
Part of the beauty of Beatport is its user-friendly interface and breakdown by genre. The ability a music lover has to go down the rabbit hole of any given category and hear an in depth snapshot of the current trends is second to none. Truly an unbeatable experience.
It can be dangerous at times, because with all the popping charts and relevant, hand-picked selections — it’s easy to spend a lot of money on music. However, Beatport hasn’t fully capitalized on the bass house genre until now. With Jauz, JOYRYDE, Malaa, Tchami and more dominating the category, it’s going to be hard to stop exploring bass house once you’ve started.
In 2014, Jauz hit us with “Feel The Volume” and we all felt the bass house movement come alive. Even if you don’t absolutely love that style of music, it’s impossible to ignore it’s impact on EDM and dance music culture.
Thankfully, the days of bass house productions being sprinkled into categories such as electro and future house, garage and more are over. At this point, the genre has been popularized enough to be its own thing. We’re stoked — and we’re not the only ones.
“The launch of a new genre, like Bass House, is exciting. It’s the recognition of a new sound, representing an evolution in electronic music.” – Tchami
“Bass House is a very useful sub-genre for browsing on Beatport. It fills in all the gaps between garage/bassline and future house/electro. The Bass House section will undoubtedly include loads of exciting releases and artists.” – AC Slater
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Beatport Finally Adds Bass House Category & We’re Loving It
Deadmau5 went on BBC Radio 1 last night for his first solo Essential Mix since 2008. Over 10 years later, a lot has changed, both for deadmau5 personally and in the dance music world. For starters, Deadmau5 has a new alias to bring along for the ride: testpilot.
The entire first hour of the Essential Mix is dedicated to his testpilot side, focusing on more techno and house; he mixes in tracks from Nic Fanciulli, Pig & Dan, Cosmic Boys, and more with ease. He also played his unreleased testpilot tune “Fall” at the end of the hour. The second half is devoted to his classic deadmau5 music, mixing tracks like “Moar Ghosts N Stuff” with unreleased cuts like “A Seed,” “Saturn,” and “Coasted.”
Essential Mix excels at sending listeners on a vibrant and unique two-hour journey, and you can hear it all below.Tracklist
01 deadmau5 – Polyphobia [MAU5TRAP]
02 deadmau5 ft. Rob Swire – Monophobia [MAU5TRAP]
03 Nic Fanciulli – Understand [REKIDS]
04 Pierre Blanche – Ares [DAVOTAB]
w/ deadmau5 ft. Chris James – The Veldt (Acappella) [MAU5TRAP]
05 Pig&Dan – Lost Another Angel (Dub) [COCOON]
06 Architectural – Cubismo 8.3 [ARCHITECTURAL]
w/ deadmau5 ft. Greta Svabo Bech – Raise Your Weapon (Acappella) [MAU5TRAP]
07 Enrico Sangiuliano – Symbiosis [DRUMCODE]
08 Cosmic Boys – Minotaur [LEGEND]
09 deadmau5 – Imaginary Friends [MAU5TRAP]
10 ARTBAT – Planeta [DIYNAMIC]
11 deadmau5 – Avaritia [MAU5TRAP]
12 Tony Rohr & Layton Giordani – Careless Suggestions [PHOBIQ]
13 Inner Membranne – Lucy Rose
14 Julian Jeweil – Transmission [DRUMCODE]
15 testpilot – Fall
16 deadmau5 – Where My Keys [MAU5TRAP]
17 deadmau5 – My Pet Coelacanth [MAU5TRAP]
18 deadmau5 – Maths (Cobra Effect Remix) [MAU5TRAP]
19 deadmau5 – Moar Ghosts N Stuff [ULTRA/MAU5TRAP]
20 Guy Mantzur & Roy Rosenfeld – Systematika [SYSTEMATIC]
w/ deadmau5 ft. Rob Swire – Ghosts ‘N’ Stuff (Acappella) [ULTRA/MAU5TRAP]
21 deadmau5 – A Seed [MAU5TRAP]
22 deadmau5 – Midas Heel [MAU5TRAP]
23 deadmau5 – Saturn [MAU5TRAP]
24 deadmau5 – Coasted [MAU5TRAP]
25 deadmau5 – Polaris [MAU5TRAP]
26 deadmau5 – Strobe [ULTRA/MAU5TRAP]
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Listen To Deadmau5’s 2019 Essential Mix With New testpilot Music
After launching the record label Sable Valley on February 6 with “Arcus,” RL Grime & co. have finally introduced the first new artist to the label: Jackal. A label representative told Your EDM that this “feels like the perfect introduction to the kind of sound we will be pushing forward on SV.”
The new song, “Christ Person, Woman God,” has a distinctly future bass-leaning sound with a heavy emphasis on melody, sound design, and especially interesting production characteristics. It shares elements of music released by the likes of G Jones, Rustie, Baauer, and Sam Gellaitry. Surely, with such a stellar complement of influences, you can’t go wrong.
“Christ Person, Woman Good” is the first new song from Jackal in 2019 and surely represents another step up for the UK-born, LA-based artist. More new music from Sable Valley is on the way in 2019, but listen to “Christ Person, Woman Good” below.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: RL Grime’s Sable Valley Reveals First New Artist: Jackal
Kaskade is not booked to play Beyond Wonderland in Southern California this weekend. Kaskade also does not produce drum & bass. (Kaskade is, however, credited with one DnB release as DJ Radon from 1997.) And yet, Kaskade showed up to Beyond last night for a secret set at the secluded “Rabbit Hole” stage and threw down a set of drum & bass that had Twitter on fire.
It’s not uncommon for artists who aren’t booked to officially play an Insomniac festival to randomly show up and play one of their hidden stages or art cars — Kaskade himself performed a Redux set on the KALLIOPE Art Car at EDC Las Vegas 2017, though that was announced prior. Still, it’s safe to say that anyone in attendance at this particular surprise set is going home with a once-in-a-lifetime memory that won’t soon be replicated.
See some highlights from the set below as captured by Twitter users. Beyond Wonderland continues tonight with Deadmau5, Zhu, Darren Styles, and more.
Just cause I knew some may not believe me pic.twitter.com/TPG0rpt4YB
— paul (@_undrcoverbrtha) March 23, 2019
— The Hebrew Hammer (@adamauburn) March 23, 2019
— PandaPandaPanda ¯_(ツ)_/¯ (@czarcruise) March 23, 2019
Vid: Pablo Martinez pic.twitter.com/rbHyrDupWq
— laurieborealis (@oceanicglider) March 23, 2019
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kaskade Shows Up To Beyond Wonderland For Surprise Drum N Bass Set
The first night of BUKU Music + Arts Festival ended last night with headlining performances from Lana Del Rey, RL Grime, Claude Von Stroke, and others — but the show didn’t end when the festival let out. Over at Republic, From First To Last was throwing down a hard set as they reunited with former frontman Skrillex for the first time in two years.
From First To Last reunited for their first show in over a decade at Emo Nite LA two years ago, so the atmosphere last night definitely carried some weight with it. Sonny Moore, aka Skrillex, got up close and personal with the crowd as he screamed and and inspired nostalgia in hundreds.
The band played a DJ set earlier in the day at the main festival, but this late night show was more intimate and exclusive, and tickets quickly sold out after it was announced. Watch a good portion of the set below.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Skrillex Joined From First To Last For Performance At EmoNite LA BUKU
Seven Lions’s wife Emma Montalvo just dropped a new line of clothing and we’re 100% obsessing over it!
The collection primarily rocks the industry standard color — black. White accents and just a couple of pieces with natural, muted colors. Some of the pieces use the Seven Lions logo as a focal point, and the rest runs with a streetwear look and feel. There are even tastefully done tie dye options.
With plenty of styles for men and women, accessories including a backpack, dadhats, patches, a scarf, sticker pack and more — there’s something for any Seven Lions fan.
In an interview with EDM Sauce, Emma opens up on the inspiration behind the line:
The line is inspired by my life on the road as a touring wife to Jeff (Seven Lions) with a number of titles & responsibilities. I wanted to be practical in my approach while maintaining a fashion sense that kept me feeling confident. I also feel extremely fortunate to know a lot of badass women in this industry who have inspired and supported me in the last 5 years and I wanted to give back to them.
Check out the fashion line, known as Front of Housewife (FOHW) here and go crazy!View this post on Instagram
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Photo via Fixation Photography
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Seven Lions’ Wife Emma Montalvo Launches EDM Fashion Line, “Front Of Housewife”
A new festival at The Gorge in Washington, End Of The Rainbow, headlined by Bassnectar and promoted by Live Nation, has suddenly and inexplicably been indefinitely postponed.
According to Dance Music NW, Ticketmaster sent out an email today, Friday, March 22 announcing the cancellation. All online presence of the festival has been removed, including the official website and all social media.
The statement given from the email sent out to fans Friday afternoon:
“End Of The Rainbow event, planned for Friday, May 24th through Sunday, May 26th at the Gorge Amphitheatre, has been postponed indefinitely with an undetermined date. Your original tickets will not be honored for the new date if rescheduled.
End of the Rainbow was built on a desire to create a special event for all attendees at The Gorge. Due to unforeseen complications and key artist cancellations, we have been forced to reschedule. We will promptly refund all tickets & shuttle accommodations while we work to schedule a new date. We understand how disappointing and inconvenient this is, but this is not the end of End of the Rainbow. Stay tuned.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and have automatically refunded your order, including fees, (except UPS if applicable), which will appear on your credit card within 7 – 10 business days.”
Other acts on the lineup included Lil Uzi Vert, Griz, Young Thug, Eprom, STS9, Vic Mensa, and Tom Morello.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Gorge Festival ‘End Of The Rainbow’ Postponed Indefinitely Due To “Unforeseen Complications”
Manila Killa dropped his debut EP a month ago (minus a day), including the song “Wake Up Call” featuring Mansionair. Your EDM initially described it as “sad and wistful, yet beautiful,” and that sentiment is carried over within the new remix out now from Slow Magic.
The original soft and sultry tune gets a more gritty interpretation from the masked artist, with a bit more emphasis on the drums in the drop, as well — as is expected from an artist who employs snare drums live on stage. Still, the wistful nature especially is preserved and its dreamy influence persists.
Slow Magic has truly outdone himself with this one. And, we hear from a little bird that there might be an official collaboration between the two in the works…
Check out Slow Magic’s remix of “Wake Up Call” below.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Slow Magic Drops Delicious New Remix Of Manila Killa’s “Wake Up Call”
Two massive powerhouses in house and trance have just joined forces. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s Smash The House Records are proud to announce that Alteza Records, brainchild of psytrance duo Vini Vici, has joined the Belgian based powerlabel’s musical family.
Says the press release announcing the news, “This new collaboration will create an extensive and on-going partnership that enables Smash The House to add support and commitment from its formidable team, whilst bringing its capacity as one of EDM’s most consistent music release imprints to the renowned label of Alteza Records. To celebrate this partnership Alteza Records label bosses Vini Vici will cement their affiliation with the release of their new single ‘Karma’ with Reality Test featuring Shanti People on vocals.”
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Vini Vici are no strangers, having joined forces once before on their massive remix of Cherymoon Trax’s “The House of House.” Now the powerhouse producers behind both labels are set to make waves with their plans for the alliance.
Vini Vici vs. Reality Test ft. Shanti People, “Karma,” will be available April 5th.
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Vini Vici’s Alteza Records Signs Exclusive Deal With DVLM’s Smash The House Records