Woodstock 50 didn’t happen like it was supposed to… But there’s still a way to celebrate the anniversary of the iconic 1969 music festival, with this new Woodstock playlist!
Below is the almost complete compilation of all the songs played at the inaugural Woodstock music festival, in order, from start to finish. The massive Woodstock playlist features Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Janis Joplin, and so many more. At the time, some of these artists were legends in the making.
Woodstock 1969’s complete Spotify playlist includes 267 songs and 23 hours worth of music. That’s nearly a day straight of nonstop Woodstock action! Fifty years later, this music has stood the test of time and it’s amazing to listen back.
It’s awesome someone took the initiative to create this memorable playlist. That someone, by the way, is Evan Weinstein. Huge shoutout to him for keeping Woodstock alive!Woodstock 1969 (Complete)
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Listen to Nearly All The Music from Woodstock 1969 with This New Spotify Playlist
Martin Garrix hasn’t had the best luck this year while playing sets. Three months ago, he jumped off the stage at Omnia in Las Vegas and hurt his ankle, requiring surgery and taking time off the road. Now he’s back in action, but a small critter in Canada wasn’t about to make his day so easy.
It was the last show of the season at Beachclub in Montreal and Martin Garrix was booked to play. Everything was going great up until around 10 minutes into his set when a bee actually entered his mouth and stung him.
According to the club’s owner, Olivier Primeau, who posted about the incident on his Instagram Story, Garrix told him, “Fuck bro – I’m going back; it’s just amazing here!”
Garrix received immediate medical attention from the club before going back on the decks and finishing his set. What an amazing story.
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Martin Garrix Gets Stung By A Bee Midset & Keeps Playing
DEVAULT first shared his new audiovisual concept with the world via JADE earlier this year. Now, he’s following it up with the second installment, SAPPHIRE. The full EP will drop later this month, but he’s beginning now with the lead single and title track, “Sapphire.”
Like JADE, this project comes with a thrilling visual accompaniment. Keeping in line with the synthwave vibe of the French touch era á la Kavinsky or TimeCop1983, “Sapphire” is a booming and driving track that combines an acute sense of musicality with a penchant for storytelling.
“I wanted to create something that pays homage to the music that got me so excited about electronic music in the first place,” DEVAULT states, “the new wave sounds of the ’80s, the French Touch, and the rave music of the 90’s all influenced this record.”
A full visual experience will more than likely accompany the EP when it arrives, as well. For now, watch and listen to “Sapphire” below.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: DEVAULT Unveils Second Installment Of Immersive Audiovisual Experience In “Sapphire”
Habstrakt makes his grand return to Monstercat with a new tune “The One” that stays true to his electro-infused house sound. Like any Habby track, this is rife with energy and attitude that compels you to dance and move along to the sound.
“I’ve been holding onto this one for a while, worked and reworked it a thousand times, and I’m so excited to finally release it. The moment I heard these vocals from Pauline Herr, I knew something huge was going to happen!” – Habstrakt
Even more special about this release is that it features Habstrakt’s first ever music video. The video plays on the track’s surreal, slightly ominous feeling, drawing viewers into a split reality between three people preparing for the most important moments of their lives and the pressure that lurks both inside their psyche and in the outside world. Whoa.
Check out the music video, featuring an abridged version of the track, along with the full track via Spotify below!
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Habstrakt Drops New Banger “The One” with Pauline Herr on Monstercat
Rezz only just dropped her latest EP, Beyond the Senses, back in July and she’s already out here teasing more new music. At a performance in Seattle on Sunday, she debuted her collaboration with Yultron for the very first time.
She first revealed the existence of the collab on Twitter, a full month before her EP came out. It’s been a little over two months since then, and only just now has she played it out for the first time.
The unreleased — and still untitled — collab is a bit bouncier for Rezz’s style, no doubt due to Yultron.
No word yet on when this one might be out — stay tuned for more info!
Unreleased track with @yultron
Played for the first time lastnight https://t.co/EKyWUR2li9
— Rezz (@OfficialRezz) September 3, 2019
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Rezz Debuts New Collab With Yultron For The First Time
A 33-year-old man, Shane Billingham, died at Burning Man last Thursday. He was found unresponsive at his camp, Beats Boutique, and taken to a medical facility on-site where he was pronounced.
Examiners have now determined a cause of death as carbon monoxide poisoning, likely exacerbated by the presence of controlled substances. Reports on what specific substances were in his blood are still pending. The circumstances of his death were originally ruled “suspicious.”
According to a report from the Reno Gazette-Journal, Billingham’s camp honored him on Sunday at the event’s Temple burning.
The annual gathering, now over, drew at an estimated 80,000 people this year.
via SF Gate
Released today through Monstercat is the stunning sounds of electronic pair Half an Orange. The guys have a whopping 20 million streams and counting for their blissful beats, and previously dropped records for CloudKid and Lowly Palace.
They’ve gone full vocal energy with ‘Blink 182,’ which delves deep into their musically rich production and brings out searching melodies and an expressive, rising bassline.
Listen to our ‘Blink 182’ premiere below.
Ever since Avicii‘s tragic passing, his close family have made it their mission to promote mental health awareness. Coming up, a very special performance is being planned to do just that while celebrating the life and work of the EDM legend.
The Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health Awareness is set to take place December 5th in the producer’s hometown of Stockholm, Sweden at Friends Arena. Just for the occasion, 19 of Avicii’s original collaborators are coming out to perform on stage with a 30-piece band. This includes Aloe Blacc, Adam Lambert, Rita Ora and more.
There’s a stacked lineup of DJs, too. Avicii’s friends including David Guetta, Kygo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Laidback Luke and Nicky Romero are all expected at the star-studded event. Plus, even more artists to be announced.
Fans can bet on hits like “Levels,” “Wake Me Up,” and “SOS” coming to life on stage like never before.
“Tim had plans for his music to be performed together with a large live band,” Avicii’s father, Klas Bergling, explains. “And now we are realizing his dream and giving fans a chance to experience his music in this unique way.”
Tickets go on sale this Thursday, September 5th at 10 a.m. CET. Proceeds will go to the Tim Bergling Foundation. More info here.
Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health AwarenessView this post on Instagram
Tim Bergling Foundation presents a unique concert to celebrate Tim’s life, music and legacy. For the first time in history, @avicii 's biggest songs will be performed by the original vocalists and a 30 piece live band during a two hour concert. In addition to that, a number of world-famous DJ’s will perform during the evening to honor their friend and colleague; David Guetta, Kygo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nicky Romero & Laidback Luke. All proceeds will go to the foundation and its efforts to support organizations which address mental health needs and suicide prevention. Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health Awareness will take place on December 5th, 2019 at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. Tickets on sale via Ticketmaster on September 5th at 10 AM CET.
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H/T: Billboard | Photo: Sean Eriksson
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health Awareness To Feature Many Collaborators & Friends
Burning Man is officially ending today after 10 days in the Nevada desert. While many people are taking home memories that will last them a lifetime, the rest of us are still pre-occupied with the video of Flume eating his girlfriend’s ass, or at least sticking his nose in it, while on a stage at the event.
Two days later, and the news is still going viral — and why wouldn’t it? It’s the perfect combination of absurd (but becoming normalized) act, absurd (but becoming gentrified) setting, and a notable celebrity/musician. Not to mention the news broke on Labor Day and somehow the video became co-opted as a metaphor for American freedom.
why does flume eating ass still look mad cute
— BONNIE X CLYDE (@BONNIEXCLYDE) September 3, 2019
all hail the mighty @flumemusic and his trending post burning man monday moment. i’m living for it! YOU GO BOI
— ooah (@ooah) September 2, 2019
why yall trippin about flume eating his girls ass at one of the most freeing and liberating expressive art parties that exist. we all know you would too. let the mans eat
— ooah (@ooah) September 3, 2019
keep liking my tweets & we gonna end up like @flume at burning man
— ???????????????????? (@thisisKANDY) September 3, 2019
Sometimes you just gotta… eat some ass. Well done @flumemusic
Ain’t no shame in the ass game LOL
— KJ SAWKA (@KjSawka) September 3, 2019
Every manager to their artist RN: Yo so do you eat ass/dick/lick feet? I have an idea ..
Every girl to their boyfriend this weekend: Yeah but Flume eats ass!
— Naderi (@itsnaderi) September 3, 2019
— protohype (@Protohype) September 3, 2019
This Flume ass nose dip bout to start a chain reaction of EDM voyeurism
— Ekali (@EkaliMusic) September 3, 2019
Crazy Flume ate ass at burning man & it’s already old news the internet is a ruthless bitch fr
— Styles & Complete (@stylesNcomplete) September 3, 2019
eating ass at burning man seems unsanitary flume
— (@joshpan) September 2, 2019
djing is so hard nowadays
if you wanna top flume, you probably have to eat your own ass after you do a backflip while dropping 3 tracks simultaneously
who gonna do it
— (@joshpan) September 3, 2019
Flume is out here eatin ass on stage while I try to work up the courage to tell the restaurant lady that she messed up my order
— SMOKING WITH FRIENDS OUT NOW! (@_bluntsnblondes) September 3, 2019
the new Flume live show looks kinky
mans not afraid to explore unknown depths
— Litty Kitty (@HexCougar) September 2, 2019
flume eating ass at burning man
— SPACE YACHT (@spaceyacht) September 2, 2019
Thought Flume was trending bc new music
— Dani Deahl (@danideahl) September 2, 2019
I hope the first time I go to burning man flume eats my ass lmfaoooooo
— WHIPPED CREAM (@WHIPPEDCREAM) September 2, 2019
Crazy that Flume invented future bass AND eating ass, truly a visionary
— ʟᴜᴄᴀ ʟᴜsʜ (@LUCALUSH) September 2, 2019
Excited for the Flume and brazzers collab
— Lost Kings (@wearelostkings) September 2, 2019
Flume eating ass on stage is the best thing to happen in EDM in years
— SHIP WREK (@ShipWrekDJ) September 2, 2019
flume: a pioneer and visionary music producer who helped bring catchy yet hard hitting, experimental electronic music to the masses
— Brownies & Lemonade (@TeamBandL) September 2, 2019
whoever put flume on blast with those videos sucks at burning man. it goes against the entire ethos of the event to film someone wildin out like that
— bleep bloop (@bleepbloopbass) September 2, 2019
The best part of flume eating ass on stage is his chocolate mustache
— Crizzly (@CRIZZLY) September 2, 2019
Fr tho flume is the GOAT for this
— Borgore (@Borgore) September 2, 2019
If flume putting his nose in his girls butt means eatting ass than i’ve been taken advantage of lmao
— promnite (@promnite) September 3, 2019
if flume can eat ass on stage I’m allowed to use hentai visuals
— LICK (@iamlickx) September 2, 2019
— Electric Hawk (@Electric_Hawk) September 2, 2019
wait flume was trending? wh-
— SLUSHII「スラちゃん」 (@SlushiiMusic) September 3, 2019
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: EDM DJs Respond To Video Of Flume Eating Ass At Burning Man
Dillon Francis just put out a music video for the first single from his forthcoming mixtape Magic Is Real this past Monday. The video follows a protagonist who deals with a mundane and socially isolated existence by dancing, and New Zealand viral dancer William Waiirua has some issues with the moves used.
Waiirua went viral for his signature dance move, the “moraale man,” even nabbing him a spot on Dancing with the Stars. So when he saw the move in Dillon’s latest video, he definitely thought it was suspect.
“A lot of my following have said things, and it looks like he’s been deleting comments,” says Waiirua.
The dancer went on today’s episode of The Project, with Newshub’s National Correspondent Patrick Gower, to talk about the alleged appropriation. One of the hosts notes the differences in the moves, wherein Dillon’s is more “cylindrical” and Waiirua’s is more “side to side,” but Waiirua brushes it off again and just says there are similarities.
Speaking directly to the camera, Gower addressed Francis and his alleged misappropriation of the move.
“Dillon, you didn’t do the Mahi, so you don’t get the treats. How much pain does this man here have to endure?” Gower asked as the audience laughed.
“So cease and desist – or at least say it’s Willie’s dance. And the reason for this is simple – because it matters.”
Watch Dillon’s video and the “moraale man” in the compilation below.View this post on Instagram
There it is #TuckInFriday Dance – When you really make it a Personal Obsession to Finish the Week Strong & Express Yourself the breast way you know how! It really boosts the Moraaahhlle at the end of a loooong hhweek hhyeaa & gives you that lil bitta Zest leading into the hhweekend.. Tuck your Shirt in right now & Give it your breast hhyeaa!! A Gigantic Thank you to everyone who has sent in there own #TuckInFriday Dances from around the hhWorld it’s really Fantastically Unbelievable hhyeaa #MooseKnuckle #WorldWideWaiirua #Wowwee #Dance #ExpressYourself #PersonalObsession #BringTheZest
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This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: New Zealand viral dancer thinks Dillon Francis has stolen his move
If your Instagram feed is suddenly being flooded by photos and videos of dust storms, wooden structures on fire, barely clothed humans engaging in communal behavior, and a myriad of other things, congrats! You’ve just learned that Burning Man just ended. While the festival is focused on community and real-life values, it has become a breeding ground for social media content thanks to its otherworldly setting. While that may harm the original ethos of the gathering, it also produces crazy moments like Flume eating a** on stage while performing on the Playa.
When someone tells you that Burning Man is an anything goes event, they aren’t kidding. While of course the rules of human decency and basic laws of the land still apply, it’s truly an event to let loose and try new things. Flume, for instance, while DJing one of the nights at the festival, was eating a girl’s butt on stage.
Though we can’t see her face, the girl is suspected to be Paige Elkington, whom Flume is currently dating, and on whose account the video is posted. (The story has since been deleted, but was shared to Reddit first.) She’s also the girl (on the left) from this infamous Jeff Goldblum meme.
It’s unclear just exactly what precipitated the act, but a previous photo on the user’s Instagram story of a totem reading, “Does Flume even eat ass?” gives us a good guess.
This is 100% the last article I was expecting to write on Labor Day in the year of our lord 2019, but it’s been a really weird year already, so why not.
Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: NSFW: Flume Eats A Girl’s Ass On Stage At Burning Man [VIDEO]
Boys Noize is revisiting his Elax moniker with a brand new EP, Bescio.
The producer takes a step back from his heavy, industrial mood, putting forth a fresh, new perspective on his side project for the taking. Elax is unlike anything we’re used to hearing from the mastermind, though it’s well received.
While the sound is light and approachable, hearing the work of Elax is kind of like hearing the dark side of the moon. Bescio feels introspective to it’s core. Less complicated, more groovy. Oh sure, there’s a little hint of acid in there, too.
Boys Noize has been keeping busy. Just recently he put out “Babushka Boi” with A$AP Rocky, as well as “Midnight Hour” with Skrillex and Ty Dolla $ign.
For any fan of Boys Noize and/or Dog Blood — this is most definitely worth the listen.Boys Noize – Bescio
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Boys Noize Flexes as Elax with Unexpected New ‘Bescio’ EP [LISTEN]
Clean Up Britain is calling for a “tent tax” at music festivals.
The organization, which consistently campaigns for cleaner, greener communities, is proposing a tax that all campers would potentially pay upon attending a music festival. The tax, amounting £25, would help cover cleanup for tents and other campsite items left behind.
Just recently, aerial shots of the campgrounds at Reading Festival surfaced online and sparked an outrage. More importantly, an outcry for change. Though the festival was less trashed than in previous years, there was still a mass of equipment including tents and other gear left behind.
John Read, founder of Clean Up Britain said to BBC:
“This is heartbreaking and such a waste of resources – it should not happen. You see a lot of people saying they care about the environment but their words and actions don’t match up.”
Change is possible, even for the most littered events. For example, this year, Glastonbury reported 99.3% of tents were taken home by festival go-ers.
Remember: if you’re heading out to a music festival or any function for that matter — do your best to leave no trace. Learn more about the Clean Up Britain movement here.
Source: DJ Mag | Photo credit: Paul Jacobs/pictureexclusive.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Clean Up Britain Calls for “Tent Tax” at Music Festivals
Electric Zoo is popping off this weekend and tons of live sets have already started making their way online!
The NYC music festival brings one of the wildest lineups every year and 2019 is no different. Diplo, Eric Prydz, Getter, Kaskade, Malaa and so many more have taken the stage — and now it’s time to get caught up.
Whether you’re in the mood to bounce with 4B, dance to Nitti Gritti x Wuki, or get crazy with DJ Diesel and Borgore — there’s something here everyone can enjoy.
Electric Zoo wraps up today and best believe there will be even more amazing sets to hear! Check back Monday for even more E-Zoo goodness!Electric Zoo 4B Afrojack Diplo DJ Diesel x Borgore Eric Prydz Flux Pavilion Getter Kaskade Kompany Malaa Nitti Gritti x Wuki Sullivan King Whethan
Photo via Electric Zoo on Twitter
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: STREAM: Live Sets from Electric Zoo 2019 from Diplo, Getter & More
Flux Pavilion is making his rounds on tour right now and a new ID has fans hella excited for new music!
The producer took to the mic to sing live during a recent show and the result was pretty damn incredible. In the video below, he starts off singing on a new collab, leading into a synthy and feelsy build. By the time the drop hits, our emotions are sky high.
Flux Pavilion and What So Not recently announced a forthcoming collaboration together — and it’s very well possible that this is it. The striking new ID does sound like the perfect blend of their styles.
Listen here and let us know what you think! Note: this isn’t the first time that Flux has put out music with his own vocals. He sang on 2013’s “Frozen” by Freestylers under his real name, Joshua Steele.Flux Pavilion Singing Live
Photo via Rukes.com
Alan Walker was scheduled to play the annual Darkwoods Music Festival in Tijuana, Mexico yesterday but cancelled the set at the last minute. In his announcement to fans, he blamed “significant defects at the venue, and severe production issues beyond our control” for his sudden decision.
“I’m afraid canceling the performance was the only option,” Alan Walker wrote.
However, Darkwoods shared a screenshot of his post on Instagram and wrote a lengthy rebuttal of Walker’s account of the situation.
“We deny any accusations stating we had significant production issues or defects at our venue,” the festival wrote. “On the contrary we have evidence your Private Jet flight from Las Vegas to Tijuana was canceled even before your management team arrived to check the requirements. […] [Your management team] suddenly left our premises without any further explanation and cut every form of communication.”
Darkwoods featured additional performances from Ruben De Ronde, Zomboy, and Valentino Khan, none of whom seemed to share Walker’s depiction of the venue as they all played as scheduled.
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Alan Walker Blames Festival On Last Minute Cancellation, Festival Issues Epic Response
Popeyes‘ sold out chicken sandwich is the hottest thing since sliced bread and Diplo has the mother lode.
The DJ/producer was blessed with a jet plane full of these sold out chicken sandwiches — or at least two big bags worth. In the Instagram post below, Diplo shares that moment when he posed himself gloriously on a Popeyes jet just outside of Burning Man, sandwiches in hand.
The thing about these sandwiches — they’re a very hot commodity. The fast food chain’s new chicken sandwich enticed a full-on war with Chick-fil-A and sold out within days.
So where does Diplo fit in? Apparently they express delivered the premium chicken sandwiches after he voiced his concern about wanting to try them out for himself.
“Popeye’s heard I wanted to try their sandwich so they sent me some in a jet….” Diplo says in the caption below.
“Wendy’s your move.”
If you never got to try these little breaded wonders, don’t worry. Popeyes promises they’re working on bringing back these sold out chicken sandwiches soon. See below.Diplo Gets Popeyes View this post on Instagram
A post shared by Thomas Wesley (@diplo) on Aug 31, 2019 at 4:12pm PDTView this post on Instagram
We hear y’all. We’re working to get The Sandwich back as soon as possible. If you want to be first to know when it happens, download our app and turn on those push notifications. Thanks for sticking with us!
A post shared by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen (@popeyeslouisianakitchen) on Aug 28, 2019 at 1:29pm PDT
Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for The Stronach Group
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Popeyes Sent Diplo A Private Jet with Tons of Sold Out Chicken Sandwiches [PHOTO]
It doesn’t get much heavier in dubstep than the music coming out on Never Say Die Black Label. Whether it’s straight up dubstep or its close cousin riddim, you can be sure that anything coming out of Black Label is going to leave your bones shaking. Such is the case with “Nice One” from Leotrix, out today.
“Nice One” is the third of four tracks coming out on Leotrix’s Hive EP, out tomorrow. The sound design on this one is especially impeccable, but I chose to premiere this single out of the others because of the mental image it gave me. All of the metalic and robotic synths make for Excision-esque visuals like a giant robot terrorizing a major metropolitan town. Its power is figuratively so great there’s nowhere to escape to.
You can be sure when you hear this one dropped live, you’re going to be catching your breath afterward. Check out “Nice One” from Leotrix below! Pre-save the full EP out on NSD Black Label tomorrow here.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Your EDM Premiere: Leotrix – Nice One [NSD Black Label]
Last night at Bumbershoot Music Festival in Seattle, just as Jai Wolf began his scheduled set on the Fischer Stage at around 9:45 p.m., a stage barricade collapsed injuring 25 people and sending four to the hospital.
It’s unclear exactly what occurred, but a statement from the festival describes a “failure” in the barricade.
“Saturday night at Bumbershoot Festival there was steel barricade failure that resulted in several non-life threatening injuries,” the festival said in a statement. “Those injured were (handled) by on-site medical teams and further treatment continued at an area hospital as deemed necessary. We are monitoring the situation and will update as we get more information.”
First responders received an “aid call” to the festival at around 10 p.m. In Jai Wolf’s own words as he saw it happen, “One of the steel barricades separating the crowd from the stage collapsed due to the crowd pushing and jumping on the hill.”
In total, twenty-five people on the scene were evaluated, and four people were taken to the Harborview Medical Center in stable condition, the Seattle fire department said in a statement.
Jai Wolf shared a statement in the early hours of today explaining the situation and updating fans of the new set times, wherein he’d play the Main Stage at 6:55 ahead of Louis The Child and Rezz on Sunday.
— Jai Wolf (@JaiWolfx) September 1, 2019
The stage collapse follows a last-minute, unrelated, cancellation by Lizzo due to a sudden sinus infection.
Bumbershoot continues today with Taking Back Sunday, Rezz, nothing,nowhere., Bob Moses, and more.
Photo via Rukes.com
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Jai Wolf Forced To Cut Set Short After Barricade Collapse Injures Over Two Dozen
Share your favorite music and now playing with friends!
Facebook Stories now offers a music-sharing feature via Spotify — and it’s about time.
Much like how you can tag music on Instagram, Facebook Stories allows users to do the same. When listening via the Spotify app, listeners can select and share with friends on either platform.
To share music from Spotify, pull up the desired song, tap “share,” and then select your preferred social media platform — Facebook or Instagram. You’ll be able to share the song directly to your story or news feed, or both!
See below and get started!Share Music to Facebook Stories via Spotify
Add some music to your story
Audio sharing to Facebook Stories is now available. pic.twitter.com/HSBgmxYd8G
— Spotify (@Spotify) August 30, 2019
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Finally, You Can Add Music to Facebook Stories via Spotify – Here’s How