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Soso Delivers Smooth Vibes on New Single, “Long Ride”

It’s been quite some time since we last heard from Soso, this after the Queens up-and-comer had the streets buzzing with the release of his syrupy slow-burning cut, “Closed Curtains.” Today, the burgeoning R&B crooner/rapper takes off with another silky-smooth, contemporary R&B-infused cut with the release of “Long Ride,” which will pave way for an […]

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MF DOOM Delivers Acrobatic Storytelling on “Notebook 03”

After three weeks of consistent new MF DOOM drops, Adult Swim has unleashed another part of the Missing Notebook Rhymes collection. Following up last week’s Alchemist-produced “Doomsayer” cut, we’re being treated to the series’ fourth installment. Titled “Notebook 03,” the psychedelic fourth song in the Missing Notebook Rhymes series continues to showcase DOOM’s acrobatic, tightly-wound […]

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Snails Shares New Single “Into The Light” Off Debut Album + Announces Tour Dates

Snails has just hit us with a triple-header of exciting news today. Ahead of his exciting debut album, he's shared the lead single, “Into The Light” featuring Sarah Hudson. He's also shared an exciting teaser trailer for his upcoming debut album, The Shell in addition to announcing his upcoming tour. The cryptic teaser video features what appears […]

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Luca Lush – Boy Brushed Blue (Original Mix)

Luca Lush has been a constant and welcome presence in 2017. After dropping a remix of Lil Pump’s “Molly” earlier this month, the producer continues his stream of releases with a brand new original track, “Boy Brushed Blue.”“Boy Brushed Blue” features vocals chopped into a bouncy melody, until Luca Lush brings the song down to a hush with subdued synths, […]

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Daft Punk tribute group plans to recreate 2007 Alive tour pyramid stage

Ten years after from Daft Punk‘s Grammy-winning Alive tour, DP tribute group Daft as Punk plans to revive it.For the last seven years, the Irish duo has been performing iconic Daft Punk songs behind their replicated masks and growing in popularity across the globe. Last week, Daft As Punk announced that they’d be paying homage […]

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Dai Burger Experiments With Psychedelic Raps on New ‘Soft Serve’ Album

After spending most of 2016 establishing herself amongst some of NYC’s underground elites, psychedelic rap diva Dai Burger has officially dropped her new Soft Serve project. The long-awaited project is a sexually-charged, technicolor soundscape by combining the unapologetic bite of 2000s hip hop with the lightheartedness of ’70s Gogo. The nine-track project is out now […]

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R3hab partners with Khrebto to produce enchanting new single, ‘You Could Be’

Summer might be nearing its bittersweet conclusion, but fortunately synths are never out of season. Clearly cognizant of a bouncy synth’s timelessness, R3hab has partnered with one of dance music’s newer producers on the block, Khrebto, to produce “You Could Be.” Released on Spinnin’ Records, the delightfully rhythmic number is led by a satin female vocal, […]

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[PREMIERE] Newcomer Teflon Sega Delivers Impressive Electronic R&B Cover Of Blink 182’s “Adam’s Song”

Today we have the pleasure of introducing a talented new artist Teflon Sega, who has been making waves with his hybrid electronic R&B sound. For this premiere, he’s taken on Blink 182’s “Adam’s Song” for an impressive cover. “I always liked the aesthetic of pop punk: Skateboarding, piercings, guitars. I wanted to pay my own […]

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Tomorrowland crowned as the world’s largest, most celebrated social media event

A DJ booked to play Tomorrowland has the power to reach his largest audience in that billing. The massive event is now touted as the “biggest social media music event in the world,” with Tomorrowland’s latest installment in Belgium this year garnering 1.2 billion online interactions across its two weekends of production. Crowds aside, more […]

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FDA pushes MDMA to Phase II testing, identifies drug as “breakthrough” in PTSD treatment

Officials have long contemplated ecstasy’s ability to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder — since 2011, to be exact. And yet, while the drug has demonstrated positive results in its ability to alleviate PTSD symptoms in the time since, including flashbacks and mental/emotional stress, it is only now that the US FDA has pushed MDMA to […]

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Listen to Martin Garrix’s mystery ID from Creamfields 2017

As England’s largest dance music festival, Creamfields, said its goodbyes for another, there was much left to ponder — from Idris Elba’s return to DJing to the vast selection of talent on display.However, it was Martin Garrix who stole the show with his closing set at the Horizon Stage, just like he did a month […]

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