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Tiësto announces Fourth of July show in New York City

Added onto the list of events that graces New York City this summer, Grammy award-winning DJ Tiësto announces his return to play the largest Fourth of July party in the state. Spending his summer traveling across the globe playing everywhere from residency in Las Vegas, to Ultra Music Festival Singapore, the Dutch phenomenon makes a stop to play […]

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Lina – Can’t Keep Falling (Original Mix)

American/Palestinian newcomer Lina has already found a knack for bridging borders with her music. As the first Palestinian artist to emerge victorious in Israel’s The Voice, the vocalist turned dance/pop prospect approaches her first international release with an already impressive backstory.For “Can’t Keep Falling,” prime tropical pop vibes fuse with Lina’s stellar vocal chops, casting […]

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Axwell Λ Ingrosso unveil tracklist and artwork for ‘More Than You Know’ EP

After splitting from Swedish House Mafia in 2013, DJ duo Axwell Λ Ingrosso finally release the long awaited tracklist for their forthcoming ‘More Than You Know’ EP, due out later this month.The duo finally revealed details about their highly anticipated collaborative project by prompting fans to sign up via Facebook Messenger. Fans received a short preview of the EP’s […]

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Meet FREQ, the nightclub that aims to fill Pacha NYC’s former five-story location

Prior to its closure in January 2016, Pacha NYC stood as one of New York’s pre-eminent nightlife fixtures.  The five-story Hell’s Kitchen property also once housed the now-notorious Sound Factory. Now, it seems that Antonio Piacquado, co-owner of Space Ibiza New York, is pursuing the venue in hopes of opening a new nightclub.DNA Info reports that Piacquado has […]

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Throttle – Found You (Make Me Yours)

Throttle is taking the retro house scene by force. Fresh off the success of his rework for “Hit the Road Jack,” the Australian producer has hit us with another old-school-infused house track. He’s been teasing “Found You (Make Me Yours)” since the beginning of the month, and it’s finally out on Spinnin’ Records.The single features cheery female […]

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Steve Aoki brings Migos onstage to perform their collaboration, ‘Night Call’

If there were ever an electronic music and rap match made in commercial heaven, it would undoubtedly be Steve Aoki collaborating with Migos. Aoki played their new track called “Night Call” during his set in Austin, TX on May 6. Migos joined the artist onstage to perform the unreleased track.When we got off stage performing #NightCall to […]

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The Meadows drops lineup with Jay Z, Gorillaz, Bassnectar and more

New York City’s latest festival event, The Meadows Music and Arts Festival, officially returns for its second edition this fall. Coming to Queens across an extended three-day run from September 15 – 17, The Meadows has rolled out an impressive talent roster for 2017, topping this year’s lineup with Jay Z, Gorillaz, and The Red Hot […]

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K?d releases ‘glitch boy’ for free download

K?d‘s on a roll this year, with incredible releases like “Lose Myself” and “Fourth Impact,” a collaboration with Rezz. He’s been gradually making a name for himself through a series of remixes and original tracks and is swiftly edging his way toward 100,000 Soundcloud followers.In a tweet posted on Sunday, May 7, the mysterious producer […]

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NoMBe – Wait (Kill Them With Colour Remix)

It hasn’t been long since Kill Them With Colour came out with one of his superb remixes. The Toronto-based artist holds a heavy repertoire of praiseworthy reworkings of today’s biggest acts, ranging from ZHU, Kendrick Lamar, Lana Del Ray, Bon Iver, and more. It seems with every track KTWC touches, some sort of magic happens, and […]

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Pretty Lights reveals lineup for new Island of Light festival

Excitement surrounding Pretty Lights‘ new Island of Light festival has been surging since it was announced. The producer has already proven capable of putting on his own festivals and with this new venture popping up in Puerto Rico, Derek Vincent Smith surely has big plans in the works. Now we finally have a glimpse into those plans, […]

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Pete Tong launches his Deux Trois imprint with Leon Lour’s ‘Oceans’

Deux Trois is an up-and-coming label co-owned by Pete Tong and his Head of A&R Lucina V Sinclair. The label is tailored for the contemporary music industry scene in that, rather than limiting the label to one genre, Deux Trois will consider various markets at once, having an open mind about it’s sound, allowing artists to freely […]

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New mixtape gives Studio Ghibli film scores a hip hop twist

Renowned Japanese animation Studio Ghibli has produced some of the most iconic anime films in history. To match their film’s stunning visuals, the studio has also long been known to create melodious scores that have become legendary in their own right. These scores now serve as the starting point for a recent mixtape by Australian producer Ghosting.The […]

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Camo & Krooked feature over 100 tracks in their Essential Mix debut

The opportunity to provide an Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 is an honor squandered by none. Any act skilled and fortuitous enough to be called up to offer a contribution to the prestigious broadcast is sure to bring the most thoughtfully-curated mix that he, she, or they can conceive. For the series’ first episode of May, […]

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Andhim on becoming turntablists, taco champions, and ‘superheroes’ [Interview]

Simon Haehnel and Tobi Müller, or Andhim as most know them, have just arrived in San Diego for the first leg of their West Side Story tour across the American west coast. The sun is setting, and a sense of anticipation is settling in as they await the “Tacotopia” dinner that awaits them. Despite the […]

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Watch Stephen Colbert rap with Gorillaz on ‘Feel Good Inc.’

On April 27, Gorillaz appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert alongside Pusha T to perform “Let Me Out” from Humanz a day before the album’s release. Much has happened in the week since – the band have released their widely popular album and announced that its accompanying box set will feature 14 unreleased songs, while the late night TV […]

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Weekend Rewind: Revisit Dog Blood’s momentous set at Coachella 2013

Skrillex and Boys Noize redefined the notion of a DJ “supergroup” when they teamed up to form Dog Blood in 2012. The union of the two iconic producers yielded a fusion of electro, techno, bass music, and punk rock which would set the tone for dance music’s harder edge in the years to come. However, much to the […]

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Sébastien Léger – La Danse Du Scorpion (Original Mix)

Sensual cello and mystical progressive are an exceptional pairing, especially when put together by French veteran Sébastien Léger. “La Danse Du Scorpion” samples cellist Adam Hurst’s piece “Seduction,” placing its chilling melody into a bed of deep bass-lines and crisp arpeggiated synths. The finished product absolutely destroys the dance-floor, refusing to loosen its grasp on the […]

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