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DJ Snake posts cryptic countdown on website, ‘special announcement’ incoming

Don’t sleep on DJ Snake — he’s got something big on the way without much notice given. On June 19, the superstar Parisian hit maker’s website was completely scrubbed, leaving only a brief message and a ticking timer, counting down to the morning of June 20. Leaving room for rampant speculation, the site now simply […]

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The Carters release their debut album, ‘Everything Is Love’

Beyoncé and JAY-Z finally released their collaborative album under their new alias, The Carters, titled Everything Is Love. The full album is available on Tidal, while a number of singles are on YouTube. JAY mentioned the two were working together when producing 4:44 and Lemonade. He told the The New York Times him and his wife use music as therapy, and from the sound of […]

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After a decade, Sammy Bananas has dropped his debut LP, ‘Someday’ on Fool’s Gold Records

Sammy Bananas hand long been a respected figurehead in the dance music scene. Fans of Fool’s Gold Records will know him as the less forward-facing A-Trak signee, frequently appearing in the label’s radio shows, remix duty, and on many of the imprint’s compilations over the course of a decade. But the Fool’s Gold OG has never […]

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Chromeo will stream their album launch party from NYC’s Terminal 5 in VR

At long last, Chromeo have shared their fifth studio album, Head Over Heels. An ode to all things disco, the album explores the sub-genres of funk — roping in synth pop, sultry R&B, and nu-disco sensibilities into a retro-inspired dance record built for the 21st century dance fan. And while Chromeo have always maintained a creative affinity […]

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Kanye and Kid Cudi deliver highly anticipated joint album ‘KIDS SEE GHOSTS’ [Stream]

Kanye West officially decreed we’re in for a G.O.O.D. summer, announcing via Twitter a slate of five albums that his camp would be delivering across the month of June, starting with Pusha T’s vicious Daytona, immediately followed by Kanye’s long-awaited eighth studio product, ye which debuted at a live listening party in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on June 1. Perhaps […]

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Exclusive: Cosmic Gate debut their very first documentary, ‘Materia’

A new insight into Nic Chagall and Bossi — known collectively as Cosmic Gate — has materialized. “Materia means ‘matter’. . . the substance . . . everything around us,” explains Chagall about Cosmic Gate’s latest album endeavor to a cameraman at the beginning of his group’s first ever documentary. It follows the duo across […]

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DJ Snake cements plans for upcoming sophomore album

Following the delivery of DJ Snake‘s debut LP, Encore, in late 2016, the Parisian hit maker famously announced that his first album would in fact be his last in a now-deleted tweet. With Encore‘s overwhelming success, along with the Pardon My French proponent’s intermittent new material drops over the last year and a half, not many believed, […]

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Gorillaz have a new album set for a June 29 release, ‘The Now Now’

After nearly six years of radio silence, Gorillaz returned last year with a massive comeback campaign behind their fifth studio album, Humanz. Naturally, fans wondered whether another prolonged hiatus was ahead for more new music from the English virtual band. Following the album’s acclaimed release, while the group was deep into their Humanz world tour, a surprising reveal came […]

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Ghastly drops his debut album and it was worth the wait

Ghastly fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of his debut full-length album, and now the wait is over. Titled The Mystifying Oracle, the twelve track compilation is full of the artist’s signature bass funk style with a few surprises placed throughout. Tracks that were released before the full album release are “Black Mamba,” “Fake U […]

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Elohim makes her mark with self titled debut album

Elohim, a word that traditionally refers to God but, to many fans, now represents a mystical goddess of music in the shape of a producer, singer and songwriter. With no full pictures of her face, and no solid genre to identify her by, Elohim takes music and melds into intrinsic masterpieces. Her voice creates a cohesiveness […]

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Post Malone crushes his 18 track album, beerbongs and bentleys

Post Malone, oh Post Malone. Who would have thought that the goofy kid born Austin Post from Dallas, Texas with bangs and a mullet would become one of the most popular artists in only a couple years. By incorporating elements from different genres like hip-hop, rock, country and more, the 22-year-old, who many believed would […]

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Henry Saiz & Band define music as a connective force in hauntingly daring LP, ‘Human’ [Album Review]

There are few forces that unify humanity as greatly as music. It feels as though we’re inherently drawn to rhythm and sound frequencies woven into notes and melodies, with great philosophers like Pythagoras even boasting about its healing powers. More recently, a study proved these notions with the discovery that brain activity is heightened when experiencing […]

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Starkillers shares 12 unreleased Avicii coproductions

With Avicii‘s shocking death still fresh on the minds of the electronic music community, Starkillers unearthed 12 previously unreleased tracks that he collaborated on with the producer in 2009. Gonna miss @Avicii here’s the album we did in 2009 #ripavicii so many memorable times with you in Vegas this was the world we got to […]

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Massive Attack celebrate 20th anniversary of iconic ‘Mezzanine’ by encoding the album into DNA

Legendary Bristol duo Massive Attack are bringing their music where it has never gone before. In fact, music has never been stored in such a way. Daddy G and 3D are encoding their seminal album Mezzanine in DNA to celebrate the iconic record’s 20th anniversary. Assisted by scientists at ETH Zurich, led by Professor Robert Grass, magnetic nanocarrier […]

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Kanye West announces imminent return with two new summer albums, with Pusha T, Kid Cudi, and Teyana Taylor in tow

We’re all in for a damn G.O.O.D. summer. Kanye West‘s recent return to Twitter hasn’t been all for naught. His sporadic bursts of activity on the platform always turn out to be entertaining, though this time around seemed like it was leading up to some sort of action from the G.O.O.D Music camp. Now, we […]

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Le Galaxie releases stunning, ethereal album, ‘Pleasure’

Hailing from Dublin, Le Galaxie has released an absolutely spellbinding new album, Pleasure. With an intensely innovative sound that features a mesmerizing combination of funky instrumentation, infectious vocals, and nu disco vibes, Le Galaxie has mastered a vastly distinct electronic style that will immediately captivate listeners. Pleasure is a spectacular creation of art — the […]

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Dillon Francis recruits The Kid Mero and Pioladitingancia for new ‘Ven’ music video [Watch]

The rollout of Dillon Francis‘ impending mombahton LP has officially begun. January brought “Ven,” which found Francis joining with Puerto Rican songwriter Arcangel and Dominican rapper Quimico Ultra Mega for the record’s lead single. Now the “I.D.G.A.F.O.S.” producer has dropped off the track’s accompanying music video, taking us to the streets of NYC for the new feature. […]

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Revisit Skrillex’s seminal debut album ‘Recess’ four years later

Ask your average Skrillex diehard and they might tell you that the follow up to 2014’s Recess sometimes feels like it’s never going to come —  Sonny Moore’s Detox, so to speak. Released on March 18, 2014, the wait since then for another solo Skrillex project feels like it’s crept by in dog years. Despite that, on the fourth anniversary of the OWSLA head […]

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Pleasurekraft release debut album, ‘Friends, Lovers, & Other Constellations’

For nearly a decade, Pleasurekraft charted their own singular course of chart topping singles that exist at the intersection of expansiveness and danceability. The electronica group’s seminal releases — such as “Tarantula” and “The Most Dangerous Game” — served to solidify Pleasurekraft as one of the global electronic sphere’s most inventive acts. Their brand of atmospheric techno gathered […]

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