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Aryay Shares Eclectic Playlist Ahead Of Day Club Palm Springs Party This Sunday

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 9:56pm

Even if you’re not headed to Coachella this weekend, there are still plenty of parties for you to enjoy out in Palm Springs. Aryay, for instance, will be playing at Dillon Francis’ party at Day Club Palm Springs on Sunday.

In order to prepare for the show, he’s shared with us a playlist full of tracks he’s feeling at the moment – they’re not even all bangers. As he says, they’re just a culmination of his music exploration on Spotify. So you’ll “Love Is Alive” by Louis The Child next to “Misunderstood” by Wilco and “Let Me Roll It” by Wings.

For the most part, I don’t discover new music on Spotify. I leave that to SoundCloud, actually, I do the opposite on Spotify. I tend to regress to older music and styles. This playlist is literally a culmination of my search history on Spotify over the least couple of months. OIdies, newies, goodies and more. Hope you dig!”

You can still find tickets to see Aryay with Dillon Francis this Sunday here.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Aryay Shares Eclectic Playlist Ahead Of Day Club Palm Springs Party This Sunday

Sesh To Your EDM’s Official 4/20 Playlist

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 9:08pm

The ultimate stoner holiday is upon us, and with it comes an ideal playlist crafted for any dance music fan in need of proper “sesh” tunes. This short round up of tracks will set the perfect vibes for kicking back, relaxing and celebrating the occasion as you see fit.

On the list are tunes from the likes of Savoy, DROELOE, Flosstradamus, DNMO, Tycho, Mark Johns, Lane 8 and many more. From soaring, future bass bliss to down and dirty trap rhythms, the Your EDM 4/20 Playlist is sure to get you in the zone.

Check out the tracks via the Spotify player below, and light one up for your fellow EDM-stoner brethren.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Sesh To Your EDM’s Official 4/20 Playlist

Your EDM Exclusive Interview: Fluencie

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 7:24pm

Fluencie, an up and coming producer based out of Seattle, has been causing quite the raucous recently. Coming up in the future bass scene, Alex Olson has previously secured big releases with Ivory Oasis, Chill Trap, Souletiquette, and more. I was able to catch up with Alex about his recent release on FATED, “Don’t Let Me Go” as well as what makes him tick as an artist. Check it out.

What is your background with music?

Since I was a youngin’ I’ve been playing piano. In middle school I stopped. When I was 15 I found myself at a piano after having a bit too many tokes on the j, and I realized, “oh shit, I know how to play this”. It was a great moment. From then on, I started playing the piano on the street for money. 

Do you play any other instruments?

I’m pretty good at drums and guitar. This year I moved into a house with a practice space for bands. It makes me wanna play more live music. The thing about live music is that it’s not only about technique, it’s about being together as a band and building the energy. I’d like to add that same sort of simplicity and spontaneity into my own work.

When did you first start production?

I started producing when I was 17, in 2013. I had been in a couple of bands previously, but it never felt right. It’s hard when you have to balance the ideas of four people. That’s why I got into production, there is total artistic control.

What inspired the name Fluencie?

The name Fluencie was actually made up by my current girlfriend back in 2013. I sat down in her living room and was trying to brainstorm a name for my first song on SoundCloud. Right away she said “fluency”. I thought it was “meh” and came up with 35 other names before realizing they all sucked (laughs). I thought Fluencie was alright at the time, but now I think it’s dope. I always tell people that the name doesn’t matter, it’s the music that makes the name good.

What inspired “Don’t Let Me Go”?

“Don’t Let Me Go” was inspired by Virtual Riot. He has a song similar to DLMG, but I thought it was a little too upbeat, so I tried to make a slightly darker version. This process of referencing and changing a song often leads somewhere cool.

Who is the female vocalist behind “Don’t Let Me Go”?

DLMG is sung by Natalia Aristides. She has been singing acoustic songs her whole life, but I was the first one to get her to sing on an EDM track. Since then, I’ve caught her saying “I wanna be a popstar” so I think she see’s how fun EDM is, and how it can reach a lot of people.

How did you begin working with her?

Natalia and I met the summer of 2015 through another singer I was working with at the time.  That summer, we made a lot of music. Because we live 8 hours apart during the school year, it takes extra energy to meet up and do music. But, she definitely puts in the work. I would not be where I am today if it wasn’t for her.

Who are your biggest influences?

The creators of pop music and dubstep. They work hard to get the most out of a recorded/generated sound. My ultimate goal is to push the limits of a recording in a creative way like dubstep, and a pleasing way like pop music.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Your EDM Exclusive Interview: Fluencie

Your Favorite DJ Might Not “Like” Your Posts Anymore As Instagram Shuts Down Popular Bot Software

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 6:23pm

Instagram is taking action against bots that auto populate likes and comments for promotion purposes, by killing Instagress, the first of many other possible shut downs…

Popular DJs have been known to use these services to target fan bases and accounts with similar tastes in music and events to spark interest in their own brands.

Exhibit A: Marshmello

Exhibit B: Jauz

Exhibit C: Flosstradamus

That’s not saying these guys specifically use Instagress, nor am I trying to target these guys, as I appreciate them all as artists. But, each of them have targeted me personally through such social media bots, e.g., “I’m just a lonely Marshmello.”

When I first received that notification I thought, “Ok cool this guy actually checks out tags on Instagram and likes to comment random stuff on people’s videos.” Then, it happened again and I knew that it was too good to be true — the work of a bot.

The problem with the bots are that they can build fake relationships with new fans, and turn off real fans (opinion piece here and plenty of examples here). Good move, Instagram.

H/T: EDM Sauce

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Your Favorite DJ Might Not “Like” Your Posts Anymore As Instagram Shuts Down Popular Bot Software

Spotify Revamps ‘Fan Insights’ & Making It Available To All Artists Now

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 6:10pm

For a long time Spotify’s analytics tool for artists, Fan Insights, was only available to verified artists. Now, if you were signed to a label, or had a management team that was in contact with the right people getting verified was a piece of cake. Now if you were an average SoundCloud producer, getting verified was a tedious process that involved getting 250 people to “follow” your artist account and then filling out a form online which usually took weeks to get through if you didn’t have a direct contact to push that through for you.

Now, Spotify is leveling the playing field for artists everywhere to gain the unique and valuable insight provided through Fan Insights by taking the tool out of beta and making it publicly available for all artists and management teams and rebranding it to Spotify for Artists. 

If you were previously a Spotify Fan Insights user than the tools and data will remain familiar to you – despite the revamped UI. If you’ve just been granted access you’ll see detailed insights into your audiences with breakdowns ranging from playlists where your music is most streamed from, monthly listeners in various regions overall and on a per song basis, average retention of your listeners on a daily or ‘regular’ basis and so much more. Plus, you can also catch your cover photo and profile picture directly from the tool.

Learn more about the tool here and request access here if you haven’t done so already!

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Spotify Revamps ‘Fan Insights’ & Making It Available To All Artists Now

Baauer Just Dropped A Deep Remix Of “Saturnz Barz” By Gorillaz

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 6:03pm

The Gorillaz album drops in 8 days. And yet, we’re still getting new remixes of their current singles and this one’s a doozy…

Baauer has this stellar remix of “Saturnz Barz” that comes as a significant departure from his more hyphy tunes, opting instead to go very, very deep and use some of that dance hall influence in the remix. The main hook of the track is that pounding bass note that continues throughout the tune, while Popcaan’s verses play along.

Check out the remix below! It officially drops tomorrow.


Image via We Have OCD

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Baauer Just Dropped A Deep Remix Of “Saturnz Barz” By Gorillaz

Eminence & Kyoto Black Team Up for Charity Release

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 6:00pm

Monstercat‘s resident trance duo – Eminence – is looking to change the world, one small step at a time. Along with bass music producer Kyoto Black (formerly known as The End) and vocalist Delaney Kai, the duo is teaming up with the non-profit organization charity: water to provide safe drinking water for communities in developing countries. Eminence is working directly with the charity to ensure that 100% of stream and download profits go directly to helping those in need.

As for the song itself, “Without You” is a very different sound for both Eminence and Kyoto Black, channeling a more poppy sound than ever before. The three producers combine Delaney Kai’s vocals harmoniously with the track’s deep, gritty bassline, along with some seriously lovable melodies for an absolutely unforgettable work of electropop.

Take a listen to the song below! If you want to support the cause, download the track here or donate to charity: water directly.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Eminence & Kyoto Black Team Up for Charity Release

Aspire to Inspire 188: Charlotte Kuglin [Fan Feature]

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 6:00pm

(Original Photo By: Q Brickell)

Addiction affects a lot of people in the U.S. Alcohol, tobacco, painkillers, opiates…there are so many addictive substances out there. For many people it can take a traumatic or life-changing experience to realize they have a problem and need to make a change. However, it’s what we do with our second chance that will ultimately define us. That’s the story of this month’s fan feature, Charlotte Kuglin, who battled addiction throughout high school and didn’t turn her life around until after a major car accident. Given a second chance, and more, Charlotte now leads a sober life.

“When I was a freshman in high school in 2006 ecstasy started becoming popular. I was already doing drugs pretty heavily by that age, so I started taking ecstasy quite often. On New Year’s Eve I had some older high school friends who were going to this rave called Together as One. They invited me and so I joined. This was way before they started carding…so I was just a little girl going to all these raves. I just really fell in love with everything about it – from the costumes and the dressing up, all the different people, the music, obviously the drugs – it just felt like there was a sense of camaraderie and I had never really been in that environment.

All through high school, my life pretty much revolved around drinking and doing drugs, and I really started to lose sight of the future…I managed to keep super good grades, I went to continuation school, so it was a little bit easier, but I managed to keep a 4.0. So I lived a “double life.” Everything was great during school hours, but then as soon as I left, the party was on, like every day. I remember going to people’s houses and just getting belligerently wasted, going to school the next day and everybody talking about it. I was about a month from graduating high school, and I was starting to think about my life and future.

Then I went to this party, we left, and I was in a blackout pretty much the entire night. This girl that I didn’t really know offered to give my ex-boyfriend and me a ride home. She was wasted as well, and she totaled the car. The side of the car where I was sitting took all the impact…completely crushed inward and I was trapped…and I went into a coma on impact. They had to use the Jaws of Life to pull the car apart and get me out. I was rushed into the hospital and my brain was swelling so much that they had to take a piece of my skull out right when I got to the hospital. My parents had to come sign waivers saying I was probably going to die from the surgeries that were trying to save my life. I was in the hospital for a really long time and my whole life changed.”

After being in a coma for three weeks, multiple surgeries and a ton of rehab, Charlotte was eventually released from the hospital. Although she had told herself it was time to make a change in her life, she found it wasn’t quite that easy and she was back to her old bad habits in no time. This time, however, she got kicked out of her house and started to lose everything. Eventually she did have a moment, and she knew the right thing to do.

“So I was released from the hospital in a wheelchair, and the first week out I started drinking again, while in a wheelchair, almost like I deserved to drink after everything I’d been through. My life just got insane. After the accident when I continued to drink, I started to lose everything. My family didn’t want anything to do with me anymore. I got kicked out of my house while I was in a walker. I was living with friends for a while and eventually they got sick of my shit too because I was like this crazy, disabled person. I was just a horrible friend. All I really cared about was getting drunk. I was still young so I didn’t have a job, a car, or any money…I was really out of resources. I thought it was completely unattainable to be sober. I’d been drinking and doing drugs since I was 12, I didn’t even know what that looked like. I thought maybe there was some way I could get sober, or I needed to kill myself. I did have a failed suicide attempt, and the next day, I don’t know what it was, God, or my internal self…something told me, ‘You’re not a mistake.’ Something hit me and I realized that I’m really not a mistake and that I do have a purpose. I really believe for me it’s serving other people because there’s so much I can do for others. Somehow I got sober. I called my dad because he’s sober, he checked me into a rehab, and I’ve been sober ever since December 1, 2010.”

Now Charlotte gives back to others through her work with Insomniac Consciousness Group. They help to provide a safe space for other festival-goers looking to stay clean. You can easily find their booth at any Insomniac festival with their warm tapestries and glowing lights. They often have meetings that are open to anyone looking to attend and learn more. For Charlotte she says it’s been an amazingly rewarding experience and she hopes that she can provide an example for anyone looking to get sober, a difficult process for sure.

“Consciousness Group gives me a purpose. Because rather than partying at the festival, my main goal is to serve others, but I do still have a lot of fun! I’m there to talk to people and to put a smile on someone’s face. We don’t try and push sobriety on anybody, we just try and be an example and show people that it is possible.

People ask us what we’re doing here; we’re a group of clean and sober music fans just trying to show people that electronic music doesn’t have to be centered on drugs. If you want to do that, cool, have fun, we’re not judging you, but there is another way if you need it. So we just try to provide a safe, sober place for other people who aren’t doing drugs. It’s been really awesome. I’ve been volunteering with them for about three years now.

There was this guy running across the field at Beyond Wonderland, and he runs up to our booth. We had a sign saying we had meetings at certain times, and he asks, “What kind of meetings are these, what is this?” I tell him we’re a group of clean and sober music fans here to offer support for anyone who needs it. And this guy breaks down in tears. He’s like oh my God, I cannot believe that you guys are here. I am two days sober, none of my friends are here, and I really didn’t know how I was going to stay sober this weekend. He came into our meeting and cried with us and it was super emotional and just crazy that he found us. He came back for the rest of the weekend and hung out with us. Stuff like that happens time and time again.”

Despite her struggles with addiction at an early age and surviving a major car accident, Charlotte says she’s always wanted to help people. She’s now more than six years sober and doing just that with Consciousness Group, while also being surrounded by the music and people that she loves. Charlotte shows that anyone can overcome his/her struggles with addiction. In fact, she says helping others is the best way to overcome that challenge.

“I’ve always wanted to help people, that’s always been part of me. I didn’t really know growing up what I wanted to do, but there’s always been a recurring theme for me of helping others. It’s been really rewarding for me spiritually to have the opportunity to be a helping hand in the music scene. A lot of the music scene is centered on drugs, drinking, and partying, but it doesn’t have to be about that. For me the music festivals are a spiritual experience alone. It’s not about me and what I can get out of it, it’s about what I can contribute.”


If you or anyone you know is suffering from any form of substance use issues or addiction, do not hesitate to act. Visit JED’s Mental Health Resource Center for information, resources, and tips for how to help yourself or a loved one:

Taking a screening can help determine if additional help is required. Visit to take a free, confidential, and anonymous alcohol or substance use screen. Visit Mental Health America to learn more about recognizing addiction symptoms and offering support before and throughout recovery. Several global online and regional recovery support communities can be found here:

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To Write Love On Her Arms

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Aspire to Inspire 188: Charlotte Kuglin [Fan Feature]

Skrillex Explains Why He Was Handcuffed Last Night

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 5:49pm

So last night, Skrillex was detained and handcuffed in Hollywood.

There were a few rumors surrounding the reasoning behind event, but Skrillex put all of that to rest this morning when he told fans he was pulled over for playing his music too loud. Now, as all EDM fans know, we blast music in our cars… but he must have had some serious hardware if he was pulled over! That, or a cop was having a bad day; or that really isn’t all there is to the story…

As for getting handcuffed? He was driving without an ID. Tsk tsk.

Now you know better, Sonny!

Just to be clear , I got pulled over for playing my music too loud … but handcuffed because I didn't have my ID on me ¯_(ツ)_/¯

— SKRILLEX (@Skrillex) April 20, 2017

Rewatch the video below:

Never a dull night in Hollyweird @Skrillex #dubdaddy #freeskrillex

— Colby Lila Kline (@ColbyLKline) April 20, 2017

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This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Skrillex Explains Why He Was Handcuffed Last Night

Your EDM Premiere: BGRZ – Agolo (Remix) [Official Video]

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 4:23pm

Getting a full release tomorrow through Ultra Music is the debut offering from musician and producer BGRZ. Having taken on the memorable 1994 track ‘Agolo’ ft. Angelique Kidjo and brought it into 2017, we are pleased to deliver the official video’s premiere today.

The track was originally made to push a message about respecting the world and all that is in it, and the video for this updated ‘Agolo’ is a powerful accompaniment to it. Set in a tropical paradise, stunning shots of island life and carefree dancing really capture the essence of this fantastic refreshing of a classic.

Take a look below, and be sure to look out for the single when it drops.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Your EDM Premiere: BGRZ – Agolo (Remix) [Official Video]

Nitti Gritti & Adair – Limbo

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 4:23pm

Available to pick up right now as an instant grat when pre-ordering Adair‘s forthcoming ‘Roots’ EP is his brand new, seriously weighty collaboration with Nitti Gritti. You may have heard their previous work together on ‘Gin and Juice,’ and they do not disappoint with ‘Limbo.’

Playing around with various rhythms and rattling riffs that dart across that low slung bassline, ‘Limbo’ also fuses in all-engulfing vocals and thrashing drums for this epic dubstep/trap hybrid.

Don’t sleep on this – grab this track when you pre order Adair’s ‘Roots’ through Never Say Die. 

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Nitti Gritti & Adair – Limbo

DJ Snake Eats Flames On Hot Ones While Talking DJ Life, Twitter Beef, And Other Cool Stuff [WATCH]

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 4:08pm

DJ Snake is out of this world on stage, and pretty down to earth during an interview… In the latest edition of Hot Ones, Sean Evans chatted it up with Snake while he ate flames.

During the interview, he talked about his massive hit “Turn Down for What,” football (he includes a soccer ball on his rider), international travel, his friendships with Taylor Swift and DJ Khaled, his love for DMX, and the fact that he actually hates his own name — DJ Snake — say what?

Yeah, that’s a lot of topics and a lot of hot wings.

Snake also gave the real scoop on DJ Twitter beef. The truth is, Calvin Harris is a savage on the low. And, when DJ Snake posted Dillon Francis‘ phone number at Coachella it was really an issue — “He wanted to kill me,” Snake said. “He really liked his number.”

While pounding hot wings like a champ he also mentioned, “I put [David] Guetta on blast, but I felt bad afterwards.” He’s talking about when he accused Guetta of copying the melody from “Lean On” — we disagreed.

As for the wings, they were a struggle but DJ Snake handled himself perfectly. Just as the death sauce was creeping in on his taste buds, he revealed the DJ Snake guide to success and prosperity: “Stay true to yourself. Keep believing in your vision. Don’t listen to nobody. Don’t copy nobody. And, don’t eat those fucking wings.”

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: DJ Snake Eats Flames On Hot Ones While Talking DJ Life, Twitter Beef, And Other Cool Stuff [WATCH]

Mindsight & LIOHN – Adventure

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 4:08pm

Mindsight and LIOHN are two of the most promising artists coming up in the bass music space at the moment. Upon hearing about their collaboration, I was extremely excited, and couldn’t wait to hear it. After listening, my initial excitement was definitely warranted; this is a collaboration that serves both artists justice, and is a pleasure to listen to.

Starting the track off with a fairly cinematic introduction, “Adventure” progresses steadily into the climax. As soon as the record drops, we as the listeners are treated to massive drums, catchy melodics, and eerie chords providing a sense of tension.

Upon the release of aforementioned tension, the track showcases the melodic capabilities of the two producers; a very ethnic-sounding chord progression laying the footwork for a catchy vocal chop providing the ear with something catchy to follow.

Once again, we’re presented with the climax and the track slowly fades out bringing a larger focus to the eerie chords of the drop.

Adventure is available now on Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune label, which you can purchase here.

Stream Adventure below:

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Mindsight & LIOHN – Adventure

Pasdat – Don’t Tell

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 3:47pm

Pasdat’s new record “Don’t Tell” came just in time for festival season.

The hybrid-trap tune starts with an eerie bell melody, setting a tension-filled mood for the track. Pasdat then presents us with the hook for the record, moving the song’s arrangement forward. An energetic build leads us straight into the climax of the record, with a festival ready drop waiting to unleash itself among unsuspecting crowds.

The combination of growls and massive drums in the drop are a match made in heaven, and a match that Pasdat executes masterfully. This track is made ready for festival sets, and you can expect to hear it this summer.

Stream “Don’t Tell” by Pasdat below!

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Pasdat – Don’t Tell

Your EDM Premiere: Shallows – Matter (Farleon Remix)

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 1:07pm

Every time that I write up a house tune, I have to reiterate that I’m usually not a lover of house. What this means is that when I choose to write up, or better yet premiere, a house tune, you can bet it’s of a certain level of quality.

Deep house, in particular, has never been a love of mine. That being said, when you make deep house with high energy production, it takes on a whole other life force that I can’t help but be drawn to. When Farleon remixed “Matter” by Shallows, that’s exactly what happened.

“I love it when the remix sounds better than the original.  Farleon reimagined the chord structure in a really tasteful way and delivered a pretty flawless track,” says Shallows.

The bounciness of the rhythm is immediately what catches my attention, because I know that’s the rhythm I’m going to stick to on the dance floor. Along with the vocals and the impeccable arrangement, this remix hits on about every level needed to get a bass head like me out of his shell and into the middle of the crowd.

Check out Farleon’s remix of “Matter” by Shallows below!

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Your EDM Premiere: Shallows – Matter (Farleon Remix)

Monstercat Releases Polarizing Music Video for RICCI’s “Boom”

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 2:35am

Last September, the Brazilian house wizard RICCI made his debut on Monstercat with the Candyland collaboration “Touch Me,” a massively club-friendly future house track that packed some serious punch. Seven months later, RICCI is back on the label with his solo debut “Boom,” an even grittier house track with, well… a bit less pop appeal.

As a song alone, “Boom” definitely isn’t the most experimental thing Monstercat has released, but the music video for the track taps an artistic direction the label has never touched before. In the video, artist Raspa Lingua combines collage and drawn art styles with trippy colors and unsettling character design, making for one of the straight-up creepiest, most unconventional videos we’ve ever seen.

While the wackiness of the video makes the song much more compelling to us, not everyone would seem to agree. As of today, the song reigns as Monstercat’s most disliked YouTube upload to date with 22% dislikes compared to likes, beating out the reigning champion, “Stickup” by Karma Fields MORTEN.

Whether you like it or not, “Boom” is definitely causing some buzz. If you enjoy the track make sure to support with a download or stream here.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Monstercat Releases Polarizing Music Video for RICCI’s “Boom”

Shipsomnia Reveals Complete 2017 Lineup & Itinerary

Wed, 04/19/2017 - 9:50pm

Seafaring music festival cruise Shipsomnia has just unveiled its complete lineup for the 2017 voyage around the coast of Spain and France. Dubbed “Tale of the Kraken,” this year’s theme will consist of aquatic stage names, featuring a hearty roster of diverse acts from across the dance music spectrum.

During the five-day voyage, attendees will have the chance to disembark at Barcelona, Ibiza and Sète, France, with on-shore parties and activities between time spent on the massive, decked out cruise ship.

Setting sail on June 14, Shipsomnia promises to bring the magic of the ocean and the power of high-octane EDM madness to the seas once again. Check out the complete lineup below, and click here to learn more about the Shipsomnia experience and travel itinerary.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Shipsomnia Reveals Complete 2017 Lineup & Itinerary

GRiZ Crafted The Perfect 4/20 Themed Playlist [LISTEN]

Wed, 04/19/2017 - 9:50pm

In honor of April 20 – known to marijuana users simply as “4/20” – quickly approaching, funk-master GRiZ has just released a playlist of some of his favorite tracks to listen to while smoking. The annual holiday, celebrated globally by getting high and commemorating weed culture, comes this Thursday.

GRiZ’s relationship with marijuana has never been kept a secret. In 2015, he created his own strain and entered it the Cannabis Cup. “GRiZ Kush,” as it was named, even placed second in the competition.

His 4/20 playlist this year, “Smoke some Music, Listen to this Weed…,” features laid back and marijuana-inspired tracks from himself and fellow musicians across the scene. Sunsquabi, Cypress Hill, A Tribe Called Quest, Goldlink, Thundercat, Kendrick Lamar and more all make an appearance on the appropriately numbered 42-track list.

Listen to the playlist in its entirety below.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: GRiZ Crafted The Perfect 4/20 Themed Playlist [LISTEN]

Brawl Breaks Out Over “Locals Only” Coachella Ticket Sale

Wed, 04/19/2017 - 9:23pm

On Wednesday morning, following the completion of Coachella‘s Weekend 1, parent company Goldenvoice offered limited ticket sales to local Coachella Valley residents for Weekend 2.

Upon hearing the news, thousands of festival fans travelled to Indian Wells Tennis Gardens to wait in line, where a brief brawl between patrons broke out. A video was captured of the situation, showing crowds of people being crushed and screaming.

“Crowds were larger than expected, and larger than Weekend 1. There were some minor crowd control issues which were handled quickly,” Goldenvoice said in a statement about the incident. “Not everyone was able to get a ticket.”

There were no arrests made.

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This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Brawl Breaks Out Over “Locals Only” Coachella Ticket Sale

MADEINTYO – Skateboard P (Styles&Complete x Jayceeoh Remix)

Wed, 04/19/2017 - 8:03pm

Some brand new fire just dropped from Styles&Complete and mixing champion turned producer, Jayceeoh. Coming out, guns blazing, with a trapped out remix of MADEINTYO’s “Skateboard P”. Jayceeoh and Styles&Complete saw huge success on their last collaborative remix of “2 Phones” by Kevin Gates in 2016 and they’ve decided to do it again, this time remixing the latest heater in Hip Hop. Check out the Practice Cuts routine Jayceeoh does for this track below. Now available for free download!

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: MADEINTYO – Skateboard P (Styles&Complete x Jayceeoh Remix)


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