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TWERL & Devault – Lishu [Free DL]

Sun, 04/16/2017 - 4:31pm

You’ll need proper subs to really dig into this one guys. Trap-heads TWERL and Devault have just teamed up for one of the most interesting trap releases of 2017 so far via Lowly Palace so you know that it’s got the Trap Nation stamp of approval.

“Lishu” features experimental vocal chops in the drop plus oriental-inspired synths, punchy percussion, and unique instrumentation. The drop bangs hard with heavy bass and the hypnotic female vocal sample is sure to get stuck in your head from here on out.

Download it here and stream below.

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Source: TWERL & Devault – Lishu [Free DL]

Watch Martin Garrix Shut Down Coachella [LIVE STREAM]

Sun, 04/16/2017 - 12:05am

In celebration of an incredible Day 2 of Coachella’s first weekend romp, EDM wonder kid Martin Garrix is primed and ready to close down the festivities at the Sahara Tent.

In addition to what’s sure to be a monumental concoction of Garrix’s original tracks and other favorites, the young DJ is rumored to have a special piece of new music dropping for the very first time tonight. If you’d rather watch DJ Snake, click here.

Watch Martin Garrix close out Day 2 in the player below, and keep your ears open for a possible new tune!

Image: Rukes

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Source: Watch Martin Garrix Shut Down Coachella [LIVE STREAM]

Stream DJ Snake’s Headlining Set At Coachella 2017!

Sun, 04/16/2017 - 12:05am

2016 was a huge year for DJ Snake. After releasing his debut album and a top 5 hit with Justin Bieber in “Let Me Love You,” Snake looks to keep the momentum moving throughout the rest of 2017.

After closing the main stage at Ultra earlier this year, DJ Snake is playing yet another closing set. Closing the Outdoor Theatre this year Coachella, you can expect this set to be one for the ages.

Watch DJ Snake close the Outdoor Theatre below!

 

Image: Rukes

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Source: Stream DJ Snake’s Headlining Set At Coachella 2017!

Mysterland Releases Official Statement About Cancellation

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 10:09pm

Earlier this morning, an insider source speaking on condition of anonymity told Dancing Astronaut that Mysteryland 2017 would be cancelled. While the source was not able to give a specific reason for the event’s alleged cancellation, they did say that the festival itself would be releasing an official statement sometime this weekend.

Now, the festival has delivered. In a brief post made to the event’s official Facebook page, Mysteryland wrote that “Due to unforeseen circumstances, Mysteryland USA will no longer take place in 2017.”

The post mentions that the ticket refund process has already begun, and that pass holders will automatically receive full reimbursements in their bank accounts within the next three to five business days.

As the anonymous source predicted, the festival did not give any clue as to why its 2017 was cancelled.

Read the full statement below.

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Source: Mysterland Releases Official Statement About Cancellation

Your EDM – Week In Music 4/14/17

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 9:21pm

It’s been awhile since our regularly programmed Week In Music update, but I’m pleased to officially announce that we’ll be joining everybody else in doing weekly updates on Friday to make sure that you’re all listening to the newest in dance and electronic right before the weekend!

This week we’ve got 20 huge tracks from across the board. Kicking us off is Seven Lions with a huge new single “Freesol” and following that we’ve got the long-awaited NGHTMRE and Ghastly collaboration plus new cuts from Kiiara, Pegboard Nerds, SNBRN and more.

In the remix department, Four Tet blesses us with a brand new remix of “A Violent Noise” in addition to a Dzeko remix for Tiësto, Naderi on Flume and more.

Stream all that and more below!

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Source: Your EDM – Week In Music 4/14/17

Watch Madeon Debut Possible REZZ Remix Of “Shelter” [VIDEO]

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 8:33pm

Earlier this week, a video courtesy of @PortersWorlds was recorded at a Madeon show in Vancouver at Celebrities Nightclub that shows the boy wonder playing out what is speculated to be a possible REZZ remix of he and Porter Robinson’s own single “Shelter.” The remix features the type of infectious, deep synth style typical of REZZ’s body of work, and contains the raw power of some of her more popular productions.

The flip begins with a slowed down, anthemic rendition of the original’s iconic vocals above a rumbling sub bass and a rising series of percussion. Soon, a deadly concoction of pounding kicks and sharp bass synths cut through the mix, leaving the crowd with nothing to do but fight the rhythm and throw themselves into oblivion.

Watch a video of the complete drop below, and keep your eyes peeled for a possible performance of the song this weekend as Porter Robinson and Madeon play their second to last collaborative set of the season at Coachella.

 

Image: Rukes

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Source: Watch Madeon Debut Possible REZZ Remix Of “Shelter” [VIDEO]

Aire Atlantica – Make You Mine [Free DL]

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 6:44pm

Aire Atlantica first crept up on my radar slowly with a few remixes through 2016. Since then, he’s continued to up his output with a brand new single “Make You Mine” on emerging dance label Lowly Palace.

Originally conceived as an official remix, “Make You Mine” eventually transitioned into an original single with sultry R&B vocals from Ameria. The track itself is a fairly stripped down piece, think hip-hop production, that revolves prominently around Ameria’s voice. The drop features Aire Atlantica’s usual brand of future bass chops which adds another layer of texture to the single overall.

Stream below and download free here.

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Source: Aire Atlantica – Make You Mine [Free DL]

Anna Lunoe Might Be Pregnant But That’s Not Stopping Her From Playing Coachella

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 6:30pm

Coachella-goers, and fans of Anna Lunoe are in for a “2 lunoe’s for the price of 1” surprise tomorrow at her set! The HYPERHOUSE radio show host took to social media early today implying that she’s pregnant, but nevertheless, she’ll be taking the stage tomorrow afternoon at the Sahara Tent.

Unsurprisingly, social media response has been warm with fans flooding with her congratulatory comments including two priceless comments on her Facebook post.

Last year, Anna made festival history becoming the first ever female DJ to perform solo at EDC Las Vegas’s main stage and this year she might just be the first ever pregnant Coachella performer! Congratulations once again to Anna Lunoe and catch her on the Coachella live stream tomorrow at 4:15PM on channel 3.

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Source: Anna Lunoe Might Be Pregnant But That’s Not Stopping Her From Playing Coachella

Xcellerated Fueling Up For A Night To Remember

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 6:20pm

We’re no strangers here in Los Angeles to the epic lineups that the Union venue brings to town for us. Tonight is no exception to this statement. Stacking three rooms of beautifully-assorted talent, tonight is mounting up to be one of the most memorable nights of 2017 thus far. Featuring room takeovers by  Get Heavy & Heavy Dub, along with the house armada Cats & Boots Records in a monumental movement that’s sure to place all the right vibrations in the correct places. In the main room however, Xcellerated is hosting something truly special.

I’m one of those junglists that fiends for certain artist performances. After years of following the productions of certain legendary producers, you begin to grow an itch that won’t be scratched until you witness their one hour slot, in all of direct bliss that follows. Spectrasoul LSB are a prime example of that situation. Also sharing the decks will be Random MovementFlaco and Submorphics. This is not one to miss.

Complete three room lineup, below.

This Saturday April 15th Xcellerated returns with Liquid Sessions Volume 4 Feat, Spectrasoul, LSB, Random Movement, Submorphics, Flaco, & Drone. Hosted by MC Dino, MC Dre, J-Tec, & MC Tell. Live visuals by Res. Room 2 hosted by Get Heavy & Heavy Dub Feat. Nostalgia, Synoid, Mvrvels, Mantik, & Venom. Room 3 hosted by Cats & Boots Records Feat. Ruff Hauser, Brandon Elliot, Roy Wilkins, Feisty, Moni, & Chris Jay. 18+ special event with Funktion 1 sound, 3 Rooms of bass, 9pm-3am, taking place on the top floor of UNION.

You can purchase tickets here: http://www.liquid4.eventbrite.com/

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Source: Xcellerated Fueling Up For A Night To Remember

WATCH HERE: COACHELLA LIVE STREAM 2017

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 5:00pm

After an incredible first day of performances on the sprawling grass fields of Indio’s Empire Polo Club, Coachella is primed to return for the second day of Weekend 1 along with another exciting lineup of live streamed sets for the dedicated Coachella live stream family.

Today, those of us at home can look forward to performances from the likes of Moderat, Autograf, Mura Masa and Gryffin, with closing sets from DJ Snake and Martin Garrix!

See today’s full schedule for the stream via Coachella’s YouTube page here, and watch the stream below! Times are in PST – and if you missed any of the sets from yesterday, here are all the best ones.


03:35 – Local Natives (1)
04:30 – Chicago Batman (1)
05:15 – The Head And The Heart (1)
06:10 – Bastille (1)
07:15 – Two Door Cinema Club (1)
08:20 – Future (1)
09:15 – Schoolboy Q (1)
10:15 – Bon Iver (1)
11:20 – Lady Gaga (1)
03:35 – Arkells (2)
03:55 – Kaleo (2)
04:45 – Car Seat Headrest (2)
05:40 – The Atomics (2)
06:25 – Róisín Murphy (2)
07:15 – Dreamcar (2)
08:05 – Moderat (2)
09:05 – Warpaint (2)
09:55 – Nav (2)
10:45 – DJ Snake (2)
12:00 – Gucci Mane  (2)
03:35 – Blossoms (3)
04:20 – Shura (3)
05:00 – Banks & Steelz (3)
05:45 – Autograf (3)
06:35 – Little Dragon (3)
07:25 – Mura Masa (3)
08:15 – Gryffin (3)
09:10 – Tory Lanez (3)
10:00 – Röyksopp (3)
10:55 – Martin Garrix (3)
12:05 – Classixx Coachella Live Stream: Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3

 

Image: Rukes

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Source: WATCH HERE: COACHELLA LIVE STREAM 2017

Duumu Debuts on Monstercat with “Illuminate” EP

Sat, 04/15/2017 - 5:52am

The humblest of electronic music producers just got a deal with his favorite record label. Though Duumu may not be a household name, the aspiring producer has been making music on-the-low for years, with an ultimate goal of releasing on Monstercat. When the label announced their remix contest for NERVOTimmy Trumpet‘s “Anywhere You Go,” Duumu saw a golden opportunity and tried his hand at the song, resulting in the insanely gritty and experimental “Jolt” remix of the song. Though he was ultimately picked as an honorable mention for the contest, Duumu scored something much bigger: the attention of Monstercat.

In what seemed like a few short weeks later, Duumu announced he would be releasing his debut EP – Illuminate – through Monstercat. Though this came as a bit of a shock, we’re ultimately very happy with the result. Illuminate is unlike any release Monstercat has done before, with the EP’s major content being much more organic than electronic. Every song is uniquely soft and atmospheric, layering piano, xylophone, guitar and vocals down in perfect harmony. The percussion and synths are more scattered throughout the EP, but are therefore placed more intentionally than many other productions by big-name artists.

We don’t want to spoil too much for you, so we’ll let Illuminate speak for itself. All we’ll say for now is that we can’t wait for what Duumu has in store for us next!

Support on all platforms: Monstercat.lnk.to/Illuminate

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Source: Duumu Debuts on Monstercat with “Illuminate” EP

Your EDM Interview With Black Sun Empire on the New LP, “The Wrong Room” [Video]

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 9:24pm

Black Sun Empire started quietly producing drum and bass in the early 90s, but they’re not so quiet anymore. With three labels and a hugely followed podcast on top of their rapidly expanding discography, BSE are now widely considered one of the leading authorities and tastemakers in drum and bass. As their latest LP gains steam after its March 31 release, however, Rene Verdult and brothers Milan and Micha Heyboer seem less concerned with labels and more interested in impressing each other and pushing the already far-reaching limits they’ve set for themselves over the more than 20-year lifespan of Black Sun Empire. Your EDM sat down with the trio this week to talk about the new release.

Thanks for sitting down with us. The tracks on The Wrong Room all seem so different. If you had to pick, which track on the new LP is each of you most proud of and why?

It’s really hard to choose, because for us the main thing is the process of deciding what’s going to be on there and what’s not. After that they are really all our favourites! Now it’s more interesting for us to see which ones the people like. Also, we like to make album tracks, stuff that we might not play out, but you can never call ‘filler’. That’s a stupid term anyway. If they do well on their own terms that is sometimes even better!

Well if the Soundcloud numbers are anything to go by, it looks like “No Advance” with Prolix is a winner! Regarding technique, there seem to be new levels of grinding, syncopated bass synths on The Wrong Room. Can you talk about some of the processes you used in coming up with these basslines and synths? Ex: “Foundation”, “The Veil”, “Swarm”, “Abduction”.

Well on “Swarm”, the main synth and bass took a lot of work. Of course the melody is quite simple, but the processing is not. With that track the main issue was that we kept going in different directions with it, in the end we went with this one because it’s rather upbeat, almost happy and we tend to have a lot of moody, darker sounds so makes for nice variation. A lot of work also went into one of the smaller sounds reminiscent of Ed Rush and Optical’s older work, which is where drum and bass began for us. On “Abduction”, the track started with us as a kind of tribute to the rock and roll feeling that older drum and bass had. Some fellow artists like The Upbeats and Gridlok also know how to capture that feeling, kind of a tribute to that sound in a way. The trick was keeping everything simple, funky and still moving and changing all the time. With “Foundation”, getting the main riff and bass sounding good and still having a nice groove was the main problem here, that took a fair bit of messing about, editing and processing.

Same question for programming.

You mean drum programming?

Sure. The more technical aspects of the drums.

Well in “Foundation”, “The Veil” and “Abduction”, the kick and sometimes snare placement are not so standard. The standard for modern drum and bass is the two-step beat and “Swarm” is the only one from this list that conforms to it. Things weren’t always like this, in the beginning drum and bass had more complex drums and even though we don’t want to force going back to that, it is nice to stray from the mainstream sometimes. The collab with Audio also stands out for different drum programming.

Yes, I remember when DnB was much more syncopated as well. It’s nice to hear beats where it at least pays homage to that. That said regarding different drum styles, was there an overarching theme to the album this time? It seems the tracks are all tied in to each other in terms of a vibe, so was there a certain attention to creating that vibe throughout the record?

That comes sort of naturally when we choose the tracks for album. The collection that ends up there really fit together we thought, but we don’t know why, maybe more of a happy accident. If that is done we start thinking about album name and artwork.

Speaking of artwork and visuals, the graphics videos previewing the new release were simple but very visceral and had a real punch. Who did you work with to design that imagery and will that be applied to the live shows on upcoming tour dates, especially the NuForms festival?

We don’t have our own live visuals, but we see a lot of VJs who use our work when we play. The main artwork was done by Rutger Prins and his assistant Max Lehmann. We came up with the setup together, but the end result is very much his work. An old friend of ours (Max de Beer) used that imagery to create some videos and they worked really well.

It’s great to see a video behind the scenes for the making of the artwork. With it being such common occurrence to have artwork made up on software, what was the reasoning with really going that extra mile?

That is really the way Rutger Prins works. You should check out his other works, he likes to make things is the real world that people would associate with digital stuff. Of course he uses digital processing, but the basis is analog. Just old fashioned great use of light, objects, insanely good lenses and cameras and lots of time.

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The Making of the Wrong Room Album Cover

Wondered where the Wrong Room came from?

Posted by Black Sun Empire on Thursday, April 13, 2017

There are a lot of great collaborations on The Wrong Room. How did you decide which artists to work with? What were you looking for?

Some of the people we worked with are very familiar to fans of us and our label. Some are new to people, especially some of the vocalists. We normally make a demo for people to write/record to and we work with the ones we like. Simple really! We go purely on sound and vibe, sometimes fans ask us for the exact lyrics, but we have no idea sometimes.

Wow that’s a cool way of working. So it’s a surprise even to you sometimes. More specifically then with something like the “Caterpillar” State of Mind collab with Virus Syndicate, how did that come about? Did you and SOM give any direction to Virus about how you wanted the lyrics to fit the track, or did you design the track around his lyrics and unique vocal tone and timbre? It seems like a perfect match.

We made the demo version for them to work with and gave them feedback. The only inspiration they got from us was the track title, which wasn’t a lot of help I think! It’s great what they came up with and the changes we made in the final stage were quite minimal. We did an electro track together in the past that never came out, but we are very eager to work together again in the future.

Another track-specific question, how did you come to work with Sarah Hezen and what was the impetus for “I Saw You”? It’s quite different and will definitely challenge some more techy dnb fans’ perception of BSE. Was this on purpose?

It’s indeed not a neuro dancefloor killer. But looking back, we did this track called ‘Dark Girl’ a long time ago which we never released but somehow did make it onto the internet and now has tons of plays and likes. This track has similar vibe, so hardcore fans might not be too surprised. The dark chords, vocals and driving energy created with the bass and beats. We had a demo version of this track and were looking for a suitable vocalist. After finding Sarah, she just nailed it on the first take!

It seems like a few of the tracks were blending a lot of genres like neurofunk with half time or more conventional drum and bass. Do you feel like since a lot of fans look to BSE as an authority on neuro, you want to push the envelope and get people to see it and other forms of bass music in new ways?

Not really like that. We don’t see our music as neurofunk either. A description that fits early Matrix and Ed Rush & Optical, in our view. We don’t think in terms of genre really, just drum and bass we like and DNB we don’t like. We try to stay varied in our DJ sets as well. So pushing the envelope? Maybe, but only to impress each other (laughs). We don’t think about our influence on the scene, if you do you go mad probably. So we make stuff we like and see what it does.

Any final words on the album, the state of DnB today or anything for the readers?

We can only speak for the parties were we play and we have had some really great ones to say the least! The scene seems to be doing well in general, the success of recent drum’n’bass mega parties might hurt smaller ones, but I hope they don’t, they are the real thing that keep everything going.

Despite The Wrong Room’s being hailed as a triumph only ten days after its release, the boys in BSE are quite cavalier in their approach to how they view the album. They produce tracks at an astonishing rate, and are more concerned with pushing each other and being of one mind in the music they put out. After so many years and countless tracks, Black Sun Empire show no signs of becoming bored with their chosen genre and the musical process they love, so fans needn’t worry; Black Sun Empire won’t be slowing down any time soon. The next release is just around the corner.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Your EDM Interview With Black Sun Empire on the New LP, “The Wrong Room” [Video]

WATCH: Dillon Francis Is Taking Over Coachella Live Right Now [Stream Here]

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 8:55pm

It’s that time of year again… Coachella is upon us and so is the annual Coachella live stream.

Spanning three channels and two weekends, with 86 confirmed artists on the live stream this weekend alone, you’ll be able to experience “Couch-ella” from the comfort of your home over the next three days. With some of our favorite DJs being placed on the stream, like Dillon Francis and Steve Angello tonight, we’re bound to hear some new music and see some new stage designs. We know Dillon has been teasing his on Snapchat and Instagram for the past couple of days.

Dillon Francis is now live from the newly designed Sahara tent, watch it go down below!

Coachella Live Stream: Channel 3

 

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: WATCH: Dillon Francis Is Taking Over Coachella Live Right Now [Stream Here]

WATCH HERE: Steve Angello Is Live Streaming From Coachella Right Now

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 8:55pm

It’s that time of year again… Coachella is upon us and so is the annual Coachella live stream.

Spanning three channels and two weekends, with 86 confirmed artists on the live stream this weekend alone, you’ll be able to experience “Couch-ella” from the comfort of your home over the next three days. With some of our favorite DJs being placed on the stream, like Dillon Francis and Steve Angello tonight, we’re bound to hear some new music and see some new stage designs. We know Dillon has been teasing his on Snapchat and Instagram for the past couple of days.

Steve Angello is now live from the newly designed Sahara tent, watch it go down below!

Coachella Live Stream: Channel 3

 

Image via Rukes.com

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: WATCH HERE: Steve Angello Is Live Streaming From Coachella Right Now

Euphoria Music Festival Crowd Pays Respect to Environment, Leaves the Grounds Spotless

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 6:28pm

Euphoria Music Festival is known for putting on one of the best U.S. festivals year after year, and last weekend something really special happened…

You might not have known just by glancing at this photo below that earlier last weekend festival goers covered the grounds as artists like Alesso, Chromeo, Pretty Lights, Wiz Khalifa, Young Thug, Zeds Dead, Knife Party and so many more took over the stages. Because, look how beautifully spotless it is!

With the environment initiative in full effect at Euphoria, festival goers were reminded to clean up after themselves upon leaving stages (duh!) and to pick up more if they had extra time. The “Leave No Trace” mantra also carried through to a Facebook group to organize pickups, and trash bags were handed out to those in the crowd at the end of the event.

The results are incredible! If you’re going to a music festival this summer, take note because this is how you party respectfully!

H/T: EDM Sauce

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Source: Euphoria Music Festival Crowd Pays Respect to Environment, Leaves the Grounds Spotless

MOST feat. Ruby Prophet – Summer [Armada]

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 6:23pm

Niels Houweling, better known as MOST, has been locked away in his Amsterdam studio for the better part of a year, busy honing his sound and preparing an ambitious release schedule. Now, he’s finally ready to share the fruits of his labor, starting with his debut single, “Summer”.

MOST’s wanderlust has heavily influenced the project, winding its way around a range of musical traditions from Miami, to Uruguay, and of course, Holland. The resulting ambience is more than evident in “Summer”, a track perfectly timed for its namesake.

Featuring vocals from Ruby Prophet, “Summer” is ripe for the season, supported by warm low-end and beautifully layered oceanside embellishments are capped with the lead’s joyous trills. Have a listen below, and grab “Summer” for yourself, here.

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: MOST feat. Ruby Prophet – Summer [Armada]

COACHELLA LIVE STREAM, DAY 1 2017: WATCH NOW

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 5:20pm

It’s that time of year again… Coachella is upon us and so is the annual Coachella live stream.

Spanning three channels and two weekends, with 86 confirmed artists on the live stream this weekend alone, you’ll be able to experience “Couch-ella” from the comfort of your home over the next three days. With some of our favorite DJs being placed on the stream, like Dillon Francis and Steve Angello tonight, we’re bound to hear some new music and see some new stage designs. We know Dillon has been teasing his on Snapchat and Instagram for the past couple of days.

See today’s full schedule for the stream via Coachella’s YouTube page here, and watch the stream below!

Coachella Live Stream: Channel 1

Channel 2

Channel 3

Friday, April 14th:

03:35 – Tennis (1)
04:10 – King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard (1)
05:00 – Bonobo (1)
05:50 – Mac DeMarco (1)
06:55 – Glass Animals (1)
07:45 – Father John Misty (1)
08:45 – Phantogram (1)
09:35 – The xx (1)
10:40 – Radiohead (1) 03:35 – Preservation Hall Jazz Band (2)
04:25 – Sampha (2)
05:10 – Broods (2)
06:00 – Francis and the Lights (2)
06:50 – Oh Wonder (2)
07:40 – Banks (2)
08:30 – Richie Hawtin (2)
09:30 – Jagwar Ma (2)
10:20 – DJ Shadow (2)
11:15 – Capital Cities (2)
12:10 – D.R.A.M. (2) 03:35 – Klangstof (3)
04:05 – Joseph (3)
04:50 – The Lemon Twigs (3)
05:35 – SOHN (3)
07:20 – Big Gigantic (3)
08:10 – Crystal Castles (3)
09:00 – Mac Miller (3)
09:55 – Steve Angello (3)
10:55 – Empire of the Sun (3)
11:50 – Dillon Francis (3)

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: COACHELLA LIVE STREAM, DAY 1 2017: WATCH NOW

Relive Porter Robinson & Madeon’s Tour with Stunning Full-Length Fan-Made Shelter Movie [WATCH]

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 5:12pm

If you’re a Porter Robinson fan, you’ve watched Worlds: The Movie, a fan made effort to bring the magic of his heartfelt shows home to you. Now, Huntroxic shares another concert film for Porter & Madeon‘s Shelter Live Tour, featuring audio and visual remakes produced solely by fans.

“The whole significance of the show is how it’s two artists, who fans have wanted to see work together for years, coming together and doing a single tour,” Huntroxic said. “And then that’s it. Once the tour is over, it’ll become just a memory. The movie quickly became a project dedicated to sharing and saving that memory.”

After the huge reception of his past YouTube movies, the fan support made all of the difference in producing the complete set-length Shelter: The Movie — that’s truly the next best thing to seeing it live.

“With the hundreds and hundreds of hours each of us put in there’s a very distinctly noticeable improvement from the Worlds movie in literally every aspect I would say.”

Shelter: The Movie is dedicated to those who weren’t fortunate enough to see it live, and those who want to cherish their memory of it. Experience it right here!

Producer & Editor: Huntroxic
Audio Producer: Porter Robinson, Madeon, Huntroxic, Thedialol, Kyllian, JC Music, Weldeon, Wolfen X, Michael Keefe, N3HL, Skylimit, Mushroomizer, Orlo, Biansci, BradyB, Ryguytoo, McMania332, Ferret, Straytide, Shrubpig
Visual Recreation: LostDexter, Huntroxic
Filmers: (See Credits)

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Relive Porter Robinson & Madeon’s Tour with Stunning Full-Length Fan-Made Shelter Movie [WATCH]

Las Vegas Bellagio Hotel Catches Fire [VIDEO]

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 3:29pm

The Bellagio Hotel, located on Las Vegas’ iconic Strip, caught fire on Thursday evening, causing the entire road to close down while firefighters extinguished the blaze.

It took 77 firefighters to fan the flames on the roof of the casino, which was fully extinguished after around an hour. By 11:09 p.m. on Thursday, the fire was out and traffic had resumed on the Strip.

According to Daily Mail, there were no reports of injuries due to the fire.

 

Source: Daily Mail

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Source: Las Vegas Bellagio Hotel Catches Fire [VIDEO]

NGHTMRE & Ghastly Finally Release Long-Awaited Collaboration, “End Of The Night”

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 3:29pm

Sometimes, making music doesn’t have to be all about innovation or feelings. Sometimes, it’s good enough to just make something people can dance to at the end of the night, and that’s exactly what NGHTMRE and Ghastly have done with their new collaboration.

The warbly bass house banger uses elements of breaks and trap to do just one thing: get your feet moving. With ease and panache, they’ve made a seminal hit that likely won’t go down in history, but it will still make its way into many playlists. And with heavy hitters getting ready to tear up Coachella this weekend – from the Sahara tent to the Heineken House and Do Lab – we’re pretty sure we’ll be hearing this a lot.

Check out “End Of The Night” below, out now via Mad Decent.

 

Image via Rukes.com

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: NGHTMRE & Ghastly Finally Release Long-Awaited Collaboration, “End Of The Night”

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