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The Radar 132 – Mixed by NASAYA

NASAYA delivers some funk-based electronics in the latest episode of Dancing Astronaut’s “The Radar,” pouring his tropically-inspired sound into this 55-minute mix. Born and raised in Reunion Island, home to an extinct volcano and some luscious palm trees, the multi-instrumentalist derives influences from the French region’s ethically diverse culture, including elements of jazz, classic rock, […]

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SG Lewis furthers 2020 ‘Impact’ with Robyn, Channel Tres-assisted collaboration

It’s SG Lewis‘ world and we’re all just living it. For many, this was apparent after Lewis’ two Clairo features, “Throwaway” and “Better,” and his AlunaGeorge-assisted “Hurting” hit streaming platforms. For others, it was clear after “Chemicals,” released in April. Now, Lewis’ latest, “Impact” is proving to be the cherry on top. The most unexpected […]

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Record Store Day lineup revealed

Record Store Day is typically April 17, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual event that celebrates the culture of the independently owned record store has been moved to three new dates: Aug. 29, Sept. 26, and Oct. 24. The first collection includes Robyn’s self-titled 2005 album, The Weeknd’s My Dear Melancholy EP, Tyler, […]

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Record Store Day lineup revealed

Record Store Day is typically April 17, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual event that celebrates the culture of the independently owned record store has been moved to three new dates: Aug. 29, Sept. 26, and Oct. 24. The first collection includes Robyn’s self-titled 2005 album, The Weeknd’s My Dear Melancholy EP, Tyler, […]

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Mark Ronson recruits Tame Impala, A-Trak, Disclosure, and more for ‘Love Lockdown’ livestream

Mark Ronson is pressing his signature on a digital event that, from Disclosure to Tame Impala to A-Trak, has the artistic trappings of his next big hit. The livestreamed Love Lockdown concert, or as Ronson is calling it, the “video mixtape,” kicks off on May 1 on YouTube, with performances from a diverse slate of […]

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Mark Ronson recruits Tame Impala, A-Trak, Disclosure, and more for ‘Love Lockdown’ livestream

Mark Ronson is pressing his signature on a digital event that, from Disclosure to Tame Impala to A-Trak, has the artistic trappings of his next big hit. The livestreamed Love Lockdown concert, or as Ronson is calling it, the “video mixtape,” kicks off on May 1 on YouTube, with performances from a diverse slate of […]

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Mark Ronson recruits Tame Impala, A-Trak, Disclosure, and more for ‘Love Lockdown’ livestream

Mark Ronson is pressing his signature on a digital event that, from Disclosure to Tame Impala to A-Trak, has the artistic trappings of his next big hit. The livestreamed Love Lockdown concert, or as Ronson is calling it, the “video mixtape,” kicks off on May 1 on YouTube, with performances from a diverse slate of […]

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Mark Ronson recruits Tame Impala, A-Trak, Disclosure, and more for ‘Love Lockdown’ livestream

Mark Ronson is pressing his signature on a digital event that, from Disclosure to Tame Impala to A-Trak, has the artistic trappings of his next big hit. The livestreamed Love Lockdown concert, or as Ronson is calling it, the “video mixtape,” kicks off on May 1 on YouTube, with performances from a diverse slate of […]

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Mark Ronson recruits Tame Impala, A-Trak, Disclosure, and more for ‘Love Lockdown’ livestream

Mark Ronson is pressing his signature on a digital event that, from Disclosure to Tame Impala to A-Trak, has the artistic trappings of his next big hit. The livestreamed Love Lockdown concert, or as Ronson is calling it, the “video mixtape,” kicks off on May 1 on YouTube, with performances from a diverse slate of […]

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III Points Miami pushed back to October, adds RÜFÜS DU SOL

III Points, the electronic music festival located in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, has rescheduled the 2020 event for October 16 – 17 amid ongoing coronavirus restrictions. Originally scheduled for May 1 – 2, the festival was able to retain headlining acts such as The Strokes, Robyn, Kaytranada, Caribou, and the Wu-Tang Clan. While heavy hitters […]

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III Points Miami pushed back to October, adds RÜFÜS DU SOL

III Points, the electronic music festival located in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, has rescheduled the 2020 event for October 16 – 17 amid ongoing coronavirus restrictions. Originally scheduled for May 1 – 2, the festival was able to retain headlining acts such as The Strokes, Robyn, Kaytranada, Caribou, and the Wu-Tang Clan. While heavy hitters […]

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Glastonbury delivers 50th anniversary lineup: Kendrick Lamar, Thom Yorke, Taylor Swift, FKA Twigs, and more

We now have one small pinpoint of light in an otherwise pitch black tunnel for events at the moment. As spring festivals, tours, and professional sports come to a screeching halt and travel restrictions tighten, Glastonbury picks an apt time to deliver their highly anticipated 50th anniversary lineup, set for this summer. Headliners Taylor Swift, […]

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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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Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Robyn, and more top Austin City Limits’ lineup

Austin City Limits Music Festival has unleashed its 2019 lineup ahead of its two autumnal weekends: Oct. 4-6 and Oct. 11-13. Since 2002, the festival has drawn music fans spanning all genres to Zilker Park for consecutive weekends of the industry’s top names. This year’s iteration boasts Guns n’ Roses, Mumford & Sons, Childish Gambino, […]

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Robyn concert incites impromptu subway dance party

The New York City Subway received an spur-of-the-moment dance party after Robyn‘s headlining concert at Madison Square Garden. The burst of public energy came shortly after Robyn’s Honey tour stop in NYC, with Twitter catching some special moments of concert-goers bouncing to “Dancing On My Own” and “Hang With Me” on the A train platform at […]

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The 28 albums we can’t wait to hear in 2018’s second half

A couple of weeks ago, we ran down our list of the year’s best albums so far, already a lineup that makes for a solid year in music. But there’s still a whole six months’ worth of releases coming our way. In addition to the records we were anticipating at the beginning of the year […]

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Red Bull Music Festival New York announces 2018 programming

Red Bull Music Festival returns to New York this year for its sixth annual installment, celebrating a breadth of sounds across the boroughs May 3-26. The festival will host an array of world premieres, including Oneohtrix Point Never’s MYRIAD — a daring, immersive performance built specifically for Park Avenue Armory — as well as performances […]

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