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Fyre Festival leaves attendees stranded in chaos after fraudulent promises [Breaking]

Attendees of Fyre Festival thought they were paying for a one-of-a-kind experience when they purchased tickets to what promised to be a lavish affair.  Technically, they weren’t wrong – but the unique experience which awaited ticket-holders on the Bahamian festival grounds was a bit different than the luxurious, supermodel-filled affair which they’d been promised.The new […]

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Pasquale Rotella reveals artists from EDC 2017 lineup [Breaking]

The hype surrounding EDC Las Vegas has been practically palpable over the last several weeks, as one of the country’s most popular music festivals has geared up for the reveal of its 2017 lineup. Tonight, April 27, Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella hosted a special episode of his serial Sirius XM radio show, Night Owl Radio, […]

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Banter M Issue 76: The Technology That Could Save The World

In this issue of Banter M: The Technology That Could Save The World – Ben Cohen discusses a revolutionary concept and technology he has been investigating that he believes could genuinely change the world. Has he gone mad, or is there something to it that could radically alter our future? Hillary …Continue reading Continue Reading […]

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Skrillex: A Musical Timeline of Greatness

1Skrillex: An (abbreviated) Timeline of GreatnessWhen it comes to releasing new music, Skrillex has been flying under the radar in 2017, though he did earn production credits on Incubus‘ recently released album 8. While Skrillex fans will surely devour new sounds on 8, some of us over here at DA are feeling nostalgic for some good, old fashioned releases of his own. […]

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Bizarre Science Fiction Novel Sheds Light On What The Technological Singularity Will Be Like

Having read (and also written) quite a lot of science fiction it took me a surprisingly long time to read Charles Stross’ landmark book Accelerando. Originally written in sections from 2000-2005, the book has already proven remarkably prescient with the spread of the global internet and the collapse of old social norms. Although we won’t […]

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Ultra Worldwide dates, Hong Kong adds Pendulum, GTA and more

The road to Ultra Worldwide is underway and the final trio of after-movies has arrived. Moving across Asia, Ultra Worldwide is gearing up for an eventful year, expanding into new territories and adding in more artists. Road to Ultra New Delhi, the latest expansion, is confirmed for September 8 at the India Exposition Mart in Greater Noida. After, Road […]

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Steve Aoki and Nervo to headline Disneyland Paris’ new EDM festival, Electroland

Disneyland Paris is swiftly approaching its twenty-fifth birthday, promising to regale its fans with a one-of-a-kind quarter-century celebration. July 8 will see the landing of Electroland, in which the park will be transformed into its very own EDM festival during its evening hours.Fans can expect an almost EDC-like experience, reveling in the festival’s picturesque scenery and allowing […]

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Dancing Astronaut’s 5 Under 5k: Vol. 19

5 Under 5k is a feature on Dancing Astronaut dedicated to spotlighting talented upcoming and undiscovered artists who we believe deserve more exposure. Each edition of 5 Under 5k will highlight five artists from a wide variety of genres with under 5,000 followers on SoundCloud (at the time of writing).A SoundCloud playlist of the tracks […]

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University Professor claims that techno can help improve education

In a recent report, Professor Pete Dale of Manchester Metropolitan University, proposed the idea that integrating techno into standard music programs can fundamentally change education.The exposé points to the fact that genre’s enjoyed by young adults such as techno, are often considered the least in formal learning environments. Beyond classical training, lessons in music that […]

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Red Axes set to release sophomore album

Tel Aviv underground duo, Red Axes, have made quite the name for themselves over the years with their numerous remixes, unorthodox original tracks, and a busy travel schedule filled with gigs around the world. On April 25, the pair of Dori Sadovnik and Niv Arzi, announced that they are ready to release their second album, […]

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EDC Week adds 16 new shows with over 40 new artists

EDC has expanded tremendously as a global brand over the past few years. Its flagship location in Las Vegas has seen its own growth as well, turning into Western version of Miami Music Week in a sense with its own week-long string of parties and business conferences.An abundance of DJs have been booked thus far, […]

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Are Radiohead planning something big for ‘Ok Computer’ 20th anniversary?

Some rather curious posters have emerged recently in major global cities from Berlin to London, and Amsterdam to Brooklyn. Fans of Radiohead firmly stand by their belief that the posters, with all their grassroots appeal, point to the band’s 1997 album ‘OK COMPUTER,  which celebrates it’s 20th anniversary this year. One Reddit user concluded that the poster “is pretty obviously tied to the […]

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Zedd, Galantis, Armin van Buuren and many more added to ezoo lineup in phase 2 announcement

What started out in 2009 as a 66-act event in NYC’s Randall’s Island, has now grown to a festival hosting over 100 acts on several stages. This labor day weekend marks Electric Zoo Music Festival‘s 9th year in action, and as the lineup keeps increasing, our excitement parallels the growth. With three days of music, […]

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Mark Levin Accidentally Sums Up the American Right Wing in One Perfectly Depressing Tweet

I try not to write about single tweets because it lends itself to shallow articles. But every now and then a tweet comes along that speaks volumes about how broken and twisted America’s conservative movement is and today, Mark Levin just laid it all out there in plain view:”Forget about useless …Continue reading Continue Reading […]

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Donald Trump’s White House On Governing: ‘This Shit Is Hard!’

Wednesday was a busy day for the administration. With the deadline for Donald Trump’s first 100 days barreling towards him on Saturday, the president continued to be the kid in class who didn’t do the work and tried to throw together a project at the last minute so it looks like he did …Continue reading Continue […]

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Republicans Wanted to Exempt Themselves From Obamacare Repeal Then Lied About it When Caught

While Trump and the GOP have consistently claimed Obamacare is a disaster, their latest attempt to get rid of Obama’s signature piece of legislation includes one amazing provision that lays bare their mind boggling hypocrisy: they will be exempted from their own plan. Reported Sarah Kliff at …Continue reading Continue Reading at http://thedailybanter.com

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Zelda’s iconic music gets analog synth makeover

Legendary series “The Legend Of Zelda” is widely regarded as one of the most iconic video games of all time. The various chapters in the saga have spanned over 3 decades and has sold more than 75 million copies through 19 different editions.The series has some of the video game world’s most widely recognizable soundtracks as well, courtesy […]

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Watch Cashmere Cat debut his collaboration with Ariana Grande [Video]

Cashmere Cat debuted his upcoming collaboration with Ariana Grande at a show in Pittsburgh just a few days before the release of his new album, 9. At the April 25 show, the producer played a snippet of “Quit You,” which the world will hear in full tomorrow, April 28.The track appears to feature minimalist tropical sounds on Cashmere […]

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