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Gryffin hits the road for Gravity II Tour

Gryffin has been a true juggernaut in 2019. The rising bass star kicked off his year with a successful round of The Gravity Tour, an album announcement, and a subsequent, crossover-ready single with Aloe Bacc. On the side of all this, he’s managed to release a few standalone works too, like his festival-ready SLANDER collaboration […]

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Illenium shares phase-one schedule for 2019 Ascend Tour

With a third album on the way, a coinciding North American tour, and a jam-packed summer festival schedule, wherever electronic dance music is housed through the rest of 2019, Illenium will likely be near. The Ascend Tour (named for the impending album) will kick off this September in Pittsburgh and continue through year’s end, with […]

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Oliver Tree retiring? Indie-rapper announces final tour this fall

There’s a long history of the greats retiring at the top of their games, only to return sometime later because they clearly have much more to offer their respective crafts; see Michael Jordan, JAY-Z, Michael Phelps. And while some might argue that Oliver Tree doesn’t yet belong among these legendary ranks, that’s a discussion for […]

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BREAKING: Martin Garrix cancels all upcoming shows due to ankle injury

A May 25 stage jump gone awry via Martin Garrix’s OMNIA Las Vegas performance caused an unforeseen ankle injury for the 23 year old. After championing passed the pain for a brief stint in the time following, a pain-stricken Garrix pulled the plug on the show in order to receive medical attention. While the accident […]

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Phantogram take emotional inventory with new track, ‘Into Happiness’ [Review]

Electronic/rock crossover duo, Phantogram, have a spellbinding propensity for sonic shadow play. The duo has reemerged with their first release of 2019, “Into Happiness.” The track supersedes the group’s recent announcement of a 25-date North American tour through the US and Canada. The song weaves members, Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter’s voices into its fibers […]

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Hannah Wants takes ‘What Hannah Wants’ across the USA

Hannah Wants is a true juggernaut. Despite going through possibly her biggest trial to date across 2017 and 2018, the stalwart came out on top and is ready to take on the USA for a full-fledged, headlining tour in June. She’ll be hitting multiple top cities across the country, including Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami […]

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Hannah Wants takes ‘What Hannah Wants’ across the USA

Hannah Wants is a true juggernaut. Despite going through possibly her biggest trial to date across 2017 and 2018, the stalwart came out on top and is ready to take on the USA for a full-fledged, headlining tour in June. She’ll be hitting multiple top cities across the country, including Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami […]

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Getter cancels the rest of his ‘Visceral’ tour, speaks out on fan backlash

Getter has cancelled the rest of his Visceral album tour. The producer released his debut album—which fused hip-hop, rock, and electronic into an expressive story on life’s rawest moments and emotions—during fall of 2018 as a way to “not only move forward with my career, but my mental state,” he began in the Twitter statement […]

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deadmau5 announces North American Cube 3.0 Tour ahead of the production’s debut at Ultra Music Festival

Deadmau5‘s famed Cube tour is now returning for its third iteration from September 2019 until February the following year. The producer announced he will be embarking upon a Cube 3.0 tour across North America, and he’s been showcasing his team’s work on the spectacle via his social media. As the tour draws nearer, fans can […]

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Jai Wolf sets off on spring tour in support of new album, ‘The Cure to Loneliness’

Jai Wolf has accomplished monumental growth as an artist in the five short years since he emerged on the scene. Now, as 2019’s spring events circuit starts to heat up, the 27-year-old New York City-native lesser known as Sajeeb Saha is preparing the delivery of his debut studio album, The Cure to Loneliness, due on […]

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Getter addresses negative fan reactions on ‘Visceral’ tour

“I used to make music for the wrong reasons,” began Getter on Twitter following reports of booing and generally bad fan reactions to his Visceral tour stop in Houston, Texas on March 15. Even after the former dubstep/EDM artist made edits to his live sound so that it’d be “more appealing” to his currently split […]

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.Paak is back: Artist announces new LP on the way, accompanying tour

Seasoned crooner Anderson .Paak just doesn’t seem to ever run out of steam. Mere months after dropping his highly acclaimed LP, Oxnard, in November 2018, .Paak is back, and eyeing his next album release. The followup to Oxnard bears the name Ventura, and as in the case of Oxnard, Ventura too accredits Dr. Dre as the project’s executive producer. Slated to […]

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Justice prep premiere of new live film ‘IRIS: A Space Opera’ at SXSW

Back in August of 2018, Justice‘s Xavier De Rosnay sat down with Dancing Astronaut to discuss the Woman Worldwide tour that was, at the time, canvassing the globe from major festivals to arenas. During last summer’s discussion, De Rosnay coyly mentioned the idea of a visual accompaniment to the group’s Grammy-nominated record, though he was sure to […]

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DANGER takes listeners on a journey of discovery in new full-length album, ‘ORIGINS’

Admirers of French electro know that producer DANGER has become seemingly synonymous with the genre. The graphic designer-turned-musical pioneer has been releasing music under the moniker for years, originally choosing to do so anonymously. Now revealed to be Franck Rivoire, he has released his second full length album in just two years. Sixteeen-track ORIGINS heavily draws upon […]

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Dillon Francis and Alison Wonderland release long-awaited ‘Lost My Mind’ days before kicking off joint tour

Dillon Francis and Alison Wonderland are nearing their co-headlining tour, and fans can finally listen to the title track of the tour—a long-awaited collaboration between the two titled, “Lost My Mind.” The track is out now via Francis’s label, IDGAFOS. A mixture of punching vocals weaving in and out of catchy notes build anticipation as […]

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Exploring the studio with Khen — progressive’s rising star

Khen‘s name is synonymous with quality. Throughout the last half decade or so, the progressive house magnate has proven himself to be one of the greats after being taken under Guy J’s wing and releasing on virtually all top labels in the subgenre including Lost&Found, Bedrock, Vivrant, Sudbeat, and beyond. His track “Children With No […]

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GRiZ announces new album and tour, releases first single, ‘I’m Good’

GRiZ has announced his sixth studio album, Ride Waves, along with an accompanying US tour and released the first single off the album “I’m Good” to boot. In classic GRiZ style, the multi-instrumentalist has announced the upcoming work in a fluid and mindful process. “I’m Good” serves an appropriate catalyst to the hype that GRiZ is capable […]

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Eric Prydz closing down Brooklyn’s Navy Yard on upcoming limited Pryda run

Eric Prydz closed out 2018 on a high note, going back-to-back with Adam Beyer under his Cirez D moniker for a number of high-profile co-headlining performances. Now, as 2019 begins to ramp up, the Swedish electronic visionary has already promised his most technically advanced live performances to date, along with confirmation that he’s bringing his […]

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Manila Killa starts the year strong with punchy single and headlining tour announcement

2018 was a year of big transitions for Chris Gavino, more popularly known by his DJ/producer alias, Manila Killa, with his decision to focus on his solo career after a successful bout as one half of Hotel Garuda. In honor of his new focus as a one-man show, Gavino announced he would be dropping his debut […]

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Zomboy sends listeners to bass heaven with new track, ‘Hide N’ Seek’

Zomboy has resolved to end the year with valor, by way of a stream of releases before he takes off for his 2019 Rott N’ Roll Tour. To cap off a lustrous 2018, Zomboy has locked and loaded “Hide N’ Seek,” via Never Say Die to send listeners into 2019 buzzing. The song combines punching […]

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