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Imagine Music Festival reveals final artist lineup with Fedde Le Grand, Adventure Club, Excision, and more

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep After the successful introduction of TomorrowWorld into the Atlanta market, IRIS Presents has announced the launch of Imagine Music Festival scheduled to take place this Labor Day weekend (August 30th and 31st) in Atlanta at the Historic Old Fourth Ward Park & Masquerade Music Park. The 17-acre venue features [...]

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Electric Zoo 2014 welcomes inaugural Beatport Stage

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep Beatport, one of electronic music’s primary virtual hubs, will for the first time in Electric Zoo history host its own stage at the 6th annual festival. With both the festival’s producer, Made Event, and Beatport huddling under the SFX Entertainment umbrella, this year’s partnership makes obvious sense for both [...]

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Tom Petty dismisses EDM: ‘It’s a drug party’

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep It’s no secret that Tom Petty finds genres like hip-hop, metal and EDM to be “plastic computer music,” or so he claimed in a recent interview with USA Today. Just days before releasing his thirteenth studio album with The Heartbreakers, Hypnotic Eye, Petty spoke out on topics such as the music production process, [...]

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Stereosonic 2014 announces artist lineups featuring Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Skrillex, Diplo, and more

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep Totem One Love Group has announced the lineup for Stereosonic earlier today which will feature a variety of acts spanning across multiple genres. After a successful 2013 installment, Stereosonic comes back with a bigger punch to end 2014 in grand fashion. Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Diplo, Disclosure, W&W, and DJ [...]

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Bose files lawsuit against Beats Electronics due to infringement of noise cancellation technology

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep For years, the burning rivalry between Bose and Beats Electronics has persisted as consumers continue to argue amongst themselves regarding one brand’s superiority over the other. Bass, treble, mid range and clarity are just a few of the elements that factor into one’s purchase and over the years, it has become increasingly [...]

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Insomniac announces Escape from Wonderland dates and additional day

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep As the sun begins to set on yet another fulfilling summer festival season, Fall allows only a quick breather before rolling out the carpet for forthcoming Halloween-themed events just around the corner. A west coast favorite returns to Southern California as Insomniac officially announces the dates for its [...]

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SBTRKT announces first single from new album and international tour, ‘Wonder Where We Land’

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep SBTRKT is back, and quickly taking the Internet by storm with a grand reveal of the next chapter of his musical catalogue. Premiered on Annie Mac, Aaron Jerome’s first preview of his upcoming project is “New Dorp, New York.” A minimal bass beat underlines a jazzy vocal flow [...]

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YouTube product manager leaves company, further delays new music streaming service

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep YouTube, the world’s leading video-sharing website, has been making controversial headlines this year for its developing music streaming service and its effect on indie labels. Now in the news for another development, it has been reported that a key member and seven-year veteran of the Internet giant, Chris [...]

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Safe in Sound Festival arrives as the first touring bass music festival; Adventure Club, Destroid, and Flux Pavilion to headline

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep The Internet began buzzing in anticipation when Identity Festival – the first touring festival that fell off the map after it’s 2012 run - revived its Facebook page to announce big news to come. Rooted in the same idea and arriving from the producers of Identity comes the Safe in [...]

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Life In Color to host first-ever EDM halftime show at the International Champion’s Cup Final

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep The World Cup may be over and the last stragglers gone from Brazil, but the US has one more reason to care about soccer. The Guinness International Champion’s Cup kicks off tomorrow with eight of the world’s most elite teams facing each other at fields across North America, [...]

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RL Grime announces Void Tour

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep RL Grime is on fire. Riding the wave behind the release of “Core” off his debut LP via Wedidit Records, Clockwork‘s alter ego that wound up taking trap music to the main stage is now preparing for a 27-stop tour across North America. The Void Tour will begin in [...]

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Electric Zoo curates sixth stage, ‘Summer School Vinyl Only’

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep Returning to Randall’s Island, New York City after controversy had its fate in jeopardy, Electric Zoo looks to improve on all ends, from security to the music. Last year’s introduction of a second main stage was a stride forward for the festival, and this year’s installment offers yet another [...]

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Viacom taps Spotify for streaming partnership in efforts to bring music back to MTV

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep It’s no secret that the ‘M’ of MTV has been scarce since the introduction and takeover of the channel’s dozens of shockingly popular reality series brands. In effort to return to its roots, Viacom Inc., owners of MTV, VH1 and other cable networks, has announced a new partnership with Spotify. [...]

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Tomorrowland confirms Brazil installment, announces May 2015 dates

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep Rumors of Tomorrowland finding its third home in South America, that would have its homecoming in Belgium and TomorrowWorld stateside show set to be followed by a Brazil edition, swirled as the annual festival was ready for action in Boom. As weekend one wraps up, Tomorrowland confirms the Brazil [...]

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Through the Lens: Tomorrowland Day 2 in photos

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep 1 Through the Lens: Tomorrowland Day 2 in photos The world’s largest dance music festival turned 10-years-old this year and we took the opportunity to celebrate with the people of Tomorrow.  One of the most extensive re-workings of a festival we’ve ever seen, this year’s Tomorrowland is barely [...]

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Watch Tomorrowland’s day two live stream

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep The clock is slowly ticking as the electronic dance music community awaits the visual live-streaming of Tomorrowland 2014, which will launch in about two hours via Tomorrowland TV. Although the festival’s YouTube stream will only air from 9pm-2am CEST, fans seeking a head start on the festivities may [...]

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Yellow Claw teases second serving of ‘Amsterdam Trap Music’ series

Dancing Astronaut – house, electro, progressive, dubstep Between their evocative music videos and relentless pushing of the boundaries of the bass favoring sub-genres, Amsterdam’s Yellow Claw have become a premium specimen of European trap amidst its dips and dives in the limelight.  Having recently inaugurated their Barong Family imprint alongside Spinnin Records, the trio returns [...]

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