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The Avalanches have finished recording their third album

The Avalanches‘ new album is on the horizon. The acclaimed Australian group simultaneously celebrated the fourth anniversary of their 2016 LP Wildflower and revealed they finished recording their forthcoming album. Wildflower and its predecessor Since I Left You cemented the electronic outfit as sampling icons, marking an indelible legacy with their psychedelia-flavored sound. Although no […]

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SM1LO’s ‘Counting Days’ is a feel-good fusion of pop and electronic

In recent years, the pop/electronic hybrid has emerged as a favored production style among DJs and listeners alike, and New Jersey-based production outfit, SM1LO, is further popularizing the format with their vocal-centric approach to crossover sound. Cue “Counting Days,” a release that will have SM1LO’s streamers following in the titular suit of the track, counting […]

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SM1LO’s ‘Counting Days’ is a feel-good fusion of pop and electronic

In recent years, the pop/electronic hybrid has emerged as a favored production style among DJs and listeners alike, and New Jersey-based production outfit, SM1LO, is further popularizing the format with their vocal-centric approach to crossover sound. Cue “Counting Days,” a release that will have SM1LO’s streamers following in the titular suit of the track, counting […]

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Deadmau5 preps new collaboration with The Neptunes, ‘Pomegranate’

It seems every time Pharrell wades into electronic waters, we have a new hit on our hands. Stacking crossover credits alongside Daft Punk, Calvin Harris, Gesaffelstein, and more, Skateboard P has always managed to keep an attentive finger on the pulse of dance music. Now, the Virginia Beach-born super producer is heading back to electronic […]

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WHIPPED CREAM forays into hip-hop with electronic hybrid ‘I Do The Most’ [Stream]

No stranger to heavy bass stylings, WHIPPED CREAM temporarily shelves her riotous proclivities for a smoother course on “I Do The Most,” a crossover that sources vocals from Lil Keed. The languid crawl of the new cut juxtaposes with the racing paces that largely define WHIPPED CREAM’s catalog, treating streamers to an alternative sonic approach […]

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WHIPPED CREAM forays into hip-hop with electronic hybrid ‘I Do The Most’ [Stream]

No stranger to heavy bass stylings, WHIPPED CREAM temporarily shelves her riotous proclivities for a smoother course on “I Do The Most,” a crossover that sources vocals from Lil Keed. The languid crawl of the new cut juxtaposes with the racing paces that largely define WHIPPED CREAM’s catalog, treating streamers to an alternative sonic approach […]

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Porter Robinson shares ‘Something Comforting’ from upcoming ‘Nurture’ LP

Porter Robinson kicked 2020 off with the announcement of his sophomore LP, Nurture. The project comes nearly six years after Robinson’s seminal studio album debut, Worlds, and back in January, Robinson shared the lead single from the upcoming collection—”Get Your Wish.” Now, he’s returned with a follow up single, this time unveiling “Something Comforting,” giving […]

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Porter Robinson shares ‘Something Comforting’ from upcoming ‘Nurture’ LP

Porter Robinson kicked 2020 off with the announcement of his sophomore LP, Nurture. The project comes nearly six years after Robinson’s seminal studio album debut, Worlds, and back in January, Robinson shared the lead single from the upcoming collection—”Get Your Wish.” Now, he’s returned with a follow up single, this time unveiling “Something Comforting,” giving […]

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Porter Robinson shares ‘Something Comforting’ from upcoming ‘Nurture’ LP

Porter Robinson kicked 2020 off with the announcement of his sophomore LP, Nurture. The project comes nearly six years after Robinson’s seminal studio album debut, Worlds, and back in January, Robinson shared the lead single from the upcoming collection—”Get Your Wish.” Now, he’s returned with a follow up single, this time unveiling “Something Comforting,” giving […]

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Miami’s III Points drops genre-blurring lineup topped by Disclosure, Wu Tang Clan, The Strokes, Robyn

Miami’s III Points Festival pulled out all the stops for its seventh run, taking place May 1 – 2 at Mana Wynwood. Rescheduling to make room for Super Bowl LIV, the festival’s 2020 lineup proves well worth the wait with The Strokes, Wu Tang Clan, Robyn, and Disclosure all commanding headlining slots, along with a […]

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Miami’s III Points drops genre-blurring lineup topped by Disclosure, Wu Tang Clan, The Strokes, Robyn

Miami’s III Points Festival pulled out all the stops for its seventh run, taking place May 1 – 2 at Mana Wynwood. Rescheduling to make room for Super Bowl LIV, the festival’s 2020 lineup proves well worth the wait with The Strokes, Wu Tang Clan, Robyn, and Disclosure all commanding headlining slots, along with a […]

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Spacesuits on—Dancing Astronaut is hiring [Apply]

Dancing Astronaut is hiring — interested in joining a team of dedicated writers with an unwavering addiction to everything electronic? We are looking to bring on a well-rounded, experienced staff writer to assist in advancing our editorial team forward in covering daily news, music, and recurring weekly/monthly features. We’re considering news writers from all over the […]

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Spacesuits on—Dancing Astronaut is hiring [Apply]

Dancing Astronaut is hiring — interested in joining a team of dedicated writers with an unwavering addiction to everything electronic? We are looking to bring on a well-rounded, experienced staff writer to assist in advancing our editorial team forward in covering daily news, music, and recurring weekly/monthly features. We’re considering news writers from all over the […]

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Gary Richards on starting over, keeping it fresh, and changing the game, premieres ‘No Retreat’ with Loge21 [Interview]

Electronic music consumers over the last two decades would be hard-pressed to pinpoint an individual who’s impacted the dance music event space harder than Gary Richards. Since the 1990s, Richards (also known musically as Destructo) has taken his talents miles above their subterranean roots, largely helping shape the Southern Californian rave scene, relentlessly seeking new […]

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How to Sell or Recycle Your Old Electronics

I have several pairs of broken headphones, a non-functional PlayStation, and one cracked iPhone with trace amounts of blood on it. While rummaging through useless belongings in my apartment, I often wonder if my used electronics—cracked or not—can ever serve a greater purpose than sitting in my drawer or being thrown…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Travis Scott, more mixtapes, and an eye on the copy cats: seven things we learned from Flume’s recent Reddit AMA

Recently Flume stopped by Reddit for an AMA (ask me anything) with fans. The Q&A couldn’t have come at a more opportune time, taking place shortly after the release of Hi, This is Flume—a surprise visual mixtape that essentially halted electronic music in its tracks on March 20. The AMA also came after the Grammy […]

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Justice cement their legacy as one of the greatest dance acts of all time with Grammy Award for Best Electronic Album

Despite this being their second gramophone, something about Justice‘s victory at the 61st Grammy Awards feels a little more special. The duo were nominated for their debut album in 2008, the seminal †, and eventually would go on to take home the hardware the following year for their inescapable remix of MGMT‘s “Electric Feel” in 2009. But […]

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Emerging producer Fluencee delivers pristine original work on, ‘Foxgloves’

DJ and producer Fluencee has broken through at a rate most artists would envy — and for good reason. The Los Angeles-based artist has caught the electronic crossover world’s attention with his music and its inspiration, largely derived from overcoming childhood bullying due to a lifelong stutter. After landing remixes with artists like The Chainsmokers […]

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Emerging producer Fluencee delivers pristine original work on, ‘Foxgloves’

DJ and producer Fluencee has broken through at a rate most artists would envy — and for good reason. The Los Angeles-based artist has caught the electronic crossover world’s attention with his music and its inspiration, largely derived from overcoming childhood bullying due to a lifelong stutter. After landing remixes with artists like The Chainsmokers […]

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Emerging producer Fluencee delivers pristine original work on, ‘Foxgloves’

DJ and producer Fluencee has broken through at a rate most artists would envy — and for good reason. The Los Angeles-based artist has caught the electronic crossover world’s attention with his music and its inspiration, largely derived from overcoming childhood bullying due to a lifelong stutter. After landing remixes with artists like The Chainsmokers […]

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