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Safe In Sound 2014 – Week 2 Official Recap Video

Your EDM - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 4:27pm
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Despite having only two weeks under its belt, Safe In Sound has been seeing major success with its staggering lineup and awesome sound. The tour so far has been a wild ride for sure, and there have been plenty of situations to grab some awesome video footage. Featuring all of the artists over the past week, the video does a great job of capturing the energy of the tour.

If you’re, for some unfathomable reason, still unsure about attending, this should straighten you out.

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 You can still purchase tickets for the remaining dates at http://www.safeinsoundfest.com/

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Source: Safe In Sound 2014 – Week 2 Official Recap Video

Elk Road – Hurt No More [Free Download]

Your EDM - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 4:23pm
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If you want some funky vibes, then “Hurt No More” from Elk Road is what you need. Even if that’s not what you are looking for, this free download will serve you extremely well. The Australian act produced one of the more unique original tunes I have heard recently, fusing an uncountable amount of genres into one awesome creation. There’s a ton of stuff that can be done at midtempo, and Elk Road just proved that with a single piece of evidence. With guitar riffs, vocal chops and numerous electronic elements, Elk Road put together one special record. There’s been a ton of solid music out this week, but this is going to be one of the better tracks you listen to. I guarantee it.

Free Download

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Source: Elk Road – Hurt No More [Free Download]

The Future FM’s “Artists of TheFuture”: MAKJ

Elektro Magazine - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 4:12pm

The Future FM, the new platform for streaming DJ mixes and live sets, returns with another installment of their “Artists of the Future” series. This time, MAKJ delivers on a mix that gives listeners a taste of his high-energy live performances. He has recently established himself as the 2nd most toured DJ in the world (right behind Steve Aoki).

With several chart-topping tracks, MAKJ has catapulted into the scene with his signature big-room sound, and he now delivers a diverse mix that features tracks from Showtek, Zedd, and of course, MAKJ himself, among others. Stay tuned for the next installment in the Artists of the Future series coming next month.

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Quadron – Hey Love (TORN Remix)

Your EDM - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 4:11pm
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TORN is back with another remix, but this time he comes even harder than the last. “Hey Love” by Quadron got flipped into what just may be my favorite electro/complextro tune of the month. It’s straight up gnarly. Reminiscent of Feed Me and Wolfgang, this remix shows off just what TORN is capable of doing. His creative abilities can’t be pinpointed to one genre, and even though that is the case for many producers, TORN is one of the ones that people really need to watch out for. Aside form making “Hey Love” a dancefloor bombshell, he is able to make it so much more than a banger. When you listen, you can’t deny the musical ability this Swede has. You can only stream the track for now, as well as show it some love on Hypem. He reached #1 with his last song, can he do it again?

Heart on Hypem

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Source: Quadron – Hey Love (TORN Remix)

Figure – Monsters 5

Your EDM - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 2:43pm
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Finally, it’s here. We, along with numerous fans, have been waiting for Monsters 5 to drop; although we had some samplers prior to release, we get the whole Figure pie now. It’s Figure, so you know there’s going to be a lot of bass. On top of warning you about the explosive low frequencies, I must also warn you about the ghouls that lay lurking in the compositions of these tracks. Scary? Yes, but oh so beautiful.

First of all, having thirteen tracks is highly appropriate, two of which we have already talked about in past features. Dubstep tracks like “House on Haunted Hill” and “Freddy Kruger,” which is to be somewhat expected, but you also get other styles of bass music that further express the musical chops of this terrific producer. With Figure coming from the dub background, it’s no surprise he’s able to pump out huge electro jams like “Monster Mania” and “Friday The 13th” that will absolutely cause crowds at Terrorvision to go ballistic. He even tosses in a moombahcore single with “Jason Is Dead.” Although Figure can do it all on his own, he enlisted some talented contributors for the album including CasOne, D-Styles, Kool Keith, Brawler, Bitter Stephens and Dirty Deeds. Not only is the album a must listen, but it is a must buy. For those who can handle the madness, head over to iTunes to grab a copy.

Purchase on iTunes

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Source: Figure – Monsters 5

Hardwell Reveals Album Details

Your EDM - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 2:01pm
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Hardwell is gearing up for a 2015 takeover. Sure, he already has the hearts and ears of a large portion of the EDM community, but he still has more to offer. Alongside a 2015 album, entitled United We Are, Hardwell will be going on tour for the project. His debut studio album had its artwork revealed, and I must say, it’s quite Hardwell’s style. Simple and stylized, the art is essentially Robbert himself. Aside from feasting your eyes on the art, check out a recent interview Hardwell had where he talks about the tour.

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Porter Robinson Forced to Cancel Part of Worlds Tour

Your EDM - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 12:33pm
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Porter Robinson has made an astounding decision. Early this morning, he regretfully announced the cancellation of the Germany, France, and Finland legs of his critically acclaimed Worlds tour.

His reasoning:

“… a certain sized venue is needed to communicate my vision for worlds with the video and light production that is crucial to the show… but the venues are too small to accomodate this size show.”

Although there are mixed reactions from fans over this controversial decision, it is clear that Porter isn’t concerned about the money he will inevitably lose. He purely wants to provide an experience that he is proud of. In fact, the incredulous production value of this tour has lost him money over it’s breadth thus far (discussed in detail below).

Refunds will soon be available to all current ticket-holders for these particular events, so be sure to check his socials to stay updated on the situation.

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Source: Porter Robinson Forced to Cancel Part of Worlds Tour

Flight Facilities – “Two Bodies” (HNNY Remix)

Elektro Magazine - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 12:18pm

Flight Facilities recently released the music video for their serene new single, “Two Bodies.” Now, Swedish producer HNNY has taken the track one deeper, bringing a soothing deep house rework of the track. This one is sure to put HNNY’s name on the map, so stay tuned for more to come from this bubbling producer soon.

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Jack Ü – “Take Ü There” (Slander Remix)

Elektro Magazine - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 11:11am

The Slander boys roll out another top-notch remix, this time putting their twist on Jack Ü’s “Take Ü There.” Dilpo and Skrillex’s first official track was released just last month, garnering a great deal of internet hype considering its byline and wonky trap hits. The Slander remix, however, should attract the same amount of attention and ever more play time. The young-gun duo turn the beat out double-time, making it a shoe-in for large festival sets. Be sure to head to the track’s Soundcloud page for the free download!

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Dillon Francis Creates Love With Panic At The Disco Singer

Your EDM - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 10:33am
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Dillon Francis has expressed his interest in working with Panic At The Disco‘s leader singer, Brendon Urie, for quite some time now and within seconds of pressing play on “Love in the Middle of a Firefight”, it is blatantly clear why Mr. Francis has been so adamant for this collaboration to come to fruition. Rapidly building with a steady beat, I was instantly hooked and there was a need to just let the song run on repeat. This tracks main focus is Brendon and his voice, which leads to something pop influenced and more than likely a song that will receive a ton of radio exposure.To say this is one of my favorite tracks this year would be an understatement, Dillon alongside Brendon have created an anthem for the lost and those who wander.

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Source: Dillon Francis Creates Love With Panic At The Disco Singer

Pioneer DJ launches KUVO

Resident Advisor - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 10:02am
The tech giant's new app and website offers real-time information about what DJs are playing in clubs across the world.

Horizon Festival announces 2015 lineup

Resident Advisor - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 9:06am
Moodymann and Ben UFO will play at the third edition of the Bulgarian mountainside festival.

Volcov presents The Crystal Collection

Resident Advisor - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 7:50am
Tracks from Domu, Nubian Mindz and Bugz In The Attic's Mark Force feature on the double-vinyl compilation.

Unsound returns to Adelaide for 2015

Resident Advisor - Thu, 10/16/2014 - 2:30am
Shackleton, Model 500 and Mika Vainio will head to South Australia as part of next year's Festival Of Arts.

Your EDM Records’ Latest Signee Talks Playing EDC Synesthesia & More

Your EDM - Wed, 10/15/2014 - 11:55pm
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Fiasko Daniels has been on the come up for years now, releasing killer music, playing EDC on the regular, and now releasing his latest EP with Your EDM Records, just in time for Halloween. We got a chance to sit down with this young star on the rise and hear more about his new EP, his sound, synesthesia, and much more!

Your known for your signature electro style, but recently you’ve started exploring different sounds. Any other new directions in music for Fiasko Daniels?

Electro is REALLY fun to make, and at festivals theres no better feeling then dropping a heavy electro track that I’ve obsessed over or worked really hard on and watching the crowd jump in unison creating a beautiful pulse of hands in the air is the best sight on the planet. But I noticed that as soon as I threw formula, structure and genre out the window and just started making MUSIC that was beautiful to me, I reached a whole new level of musical freedom I hadn’t felt before. I will always make “dance” music, because I’m a dancer. I’m a groover. And I usually lean towards tracks that make you want to move, but on top of that I want my tracks to register with listeners on deeper levels than just something to fist bump or head nod to. So on top of creating tracks that can wreck a festival dance floor, I’m also focusing on having them depict feelings, realities, and ambiguous emotions through texture design, melodic work, and plenty of genre blending.

Playing 3 EDC’s is every bedroom producer’s wet dream. Could you talk about your experience at each one of these throughout your career?

My first EDC was EDC Orlando 2012. It was really interesting because I had just got back from a Jack Beats show in San Francisco at like 2:30am when i found the email in my inbox. And after being like “…..wut?” I freaked. But because of the time, I tried my best to contain myself and not wake all of Japan Town. Immediately booked a flight to Orlando and obviously the experience was amazing. Although the size of my crowd was less than impressive, the opportunity to play at the same event as GIANTS in the electronic scene was awesome. Plus, being able to be back stage and meet some of my idols was amazing. My second EDC in vegas i had a 15min talk with Kill The Noise about music, creativity and sound design. (I died after) The day before that I played at the discovery stage and had a FUGGIN blast. Had a much bigger crowd this time (as expected of Vegas) and my set went off without a hitch. By year 3 i was invited back by Insomniac to play at the discovery stage again. By then I knew the routine, playing EDC had become an annual thing and I was falling in love with that idea. My favorite part about it will always be the ability to bring my rage fam and loved ones back stage with me and we get VIP treatment all weekend. Cuz honestly, success isn’t fun unless you can share it with your loves.

Who would you collab with if given the chance? Who’s one producer the world should know about that doesnt?

Honestly, I could go on and on and on naming my favorite artists like deadmau5, Feed Me, Kill the Noise and Porter Robinson. Ultimately, I would want to collaborate with an incredibly skilled animator. With every track I make contains a palette of colors, a world, reality, or scenario going on in my head in which I’ve attached the music to and being able to see these worlds, realities, or situations come to life through beautiful animation would literally be a dream come true. Plus… I’ve always wanted to be turned into a cartoon character… so watching a little animated Fiasko fight some baddies, explore universes, or live inside my music… that’d be cool too.

What are your plans for 2015? Anything big?

I think it’d be fair to say “I have NO clue!” Definitely getting some releases lined up for the end of 2014 and maybe the beginning of 2015, but in terms of plans and such, I never know ’till it happens. If things go my way, I’ll definitely keep playing festivals, will definitely be continually releasing music, and hopefully getting a good reaction from fans on this new direction my sound is taking. OOH and maybe an animation to one of my tracks. Yeah, maybe that.

Tell us about the EP your doing for Your EDM Records. How is it different from your previous releases?

Your EDM will be getting a nice little chunk of music from me because I think this group of tracks are a tiny step in my new direction. This EP is kinda like a bridge leading from my usual sound to my new little overhaul. Very formulaic and following the usual dance music structure but I really tried to push some genre boundaries to create something interesting AND fun to listen/dance to. Although these are a little darker and more evil then usual for me, this is a pretty accurate depiction of where the “Fiasko Sound” was when i made these.

Electro has changed a lot over the years. With EDM being the ever changing landscape that it is, what do you believe its means for artists to maintain their original style while evolving and maintaining their sound?

Hahaha yeah! I’d actually like to restate that because… Electro has changed A LOOOOOOT over the years. I believe there are like 3 types of producers in terms of this question. There are Purists, Adapters, Creators and Sell Outs. The Purists are the ones who make what they make. Always have, always will and will never give a shit otherwise. The Mau5 is a prime example of a Purist. Feed Me and Jack Beats as well. Their production continues to advance but instead of changing their style they find new ways to make that style interesting to their listeners. Staying pure while still continuing to make their tracks different from the last and interesting to those who have been listening to them for years. Adapters are the ones like Kaskade, and Kill The Noise. If you head back to the beginning of their music careers they sound VERY different then they do now. But not completely. Kaskade was making melodic progressive house, but heard potential in the big room progressive house movement brought on by SHM and Avicii and instead of copying it found ways to implement it into his own work. Leading to a sound that was undeniably Kaskade but with a new school twist of whats popular in dance music at that time. Kill the noise did the same but with the new breed of dubstep brought on by skrillex. Now Skrilly is a perfect example of a Creator, along with SHM, Porter Robinson. They started their OWN shit completely and created new trends for producers and fans to either hate or follow, and never looked back. Sell Outs on the other hand saw these creators or saw a trend that they see is currently popular and just TOTALLY threw their current sound out the window and started making shit that sounded like whats popular. Honestly having your own sound is so damn important in the music world. The DJ/Producer world is becoming more & more crowded by the millisecond and having your own sound unique to you may mean the difference between making a living out of music and keeping it as a hobby.

Where do you see electronic music in 5 years?

The Mau5 has been onto it for years but Madeon and Porter are taking it to where I think electronic music is really headed. Genres will continue to intermingle, styles will continue to rise into and fall out of popularity, but what I think is REALLY going to eventually set performers apart is how they perform. Are you just pressing play? Do you do live mashups? Do you sequence live on a launchpad? Do you play your synthesizers live on keyboards or drumpads? Live electronic music performances are the future, I think. I’m currently brushing up on my launchpad competence right now. Haha.



You have been open about your condition, synesthesia, with your fans. How has this condition impacted your ability to make music? What is it like if you could describe it? Would you say it gives you an edge over other producers?

Haha. Hi, I’m Fiasko and I see sound. Always an interesting fact to mention when asked by a college professor to introduce myself to the class. And quite an easy target for close friends to tease me about, constantly asking me what the color of their voice is, haha. Personally, my synesthesia is the reason I get lost in music so easily. Music and sound effect 2 senses instead of one so its very common for me to just totally blank out and create a past time out of analyzing the way the parts in a song look and sound. So when working on a track its easy for me to create worlds and places because all sounds and notes have specific textures, temperatures, colors, and shapes affiliated with them. So if I were to create a track based on an ice cave on a distant planet, I would choose instruments and melodies that were obviously cold to me, appearing blue or turquoise and having a smooth icy texture. I swear, sometimes I feel like I must sound crazy talking about this shit but I swear it makes comPLETE sense in my mind. I believe the main edge I would get over other producers if any is that synesthesia gives me the ability to accurately translate EXACTLY whats in my mind into song/production form. Its very common for me to finish a track, play it back and think to myself, thats EXACTLY what I wanted this to sound like, frequency to frequency.

Be sure to check out Fiasko Daniels’ new EP, Don’t Be Afraid, coming out October 20th on Your EDM Records.

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Source: Your EDM Records’ Latest Signee Talks Playing EDC Synesthesia & More

Calvin Harris Ft John Newman – Blame (Good Life Cover) [Free Download]

Your EDM - Wed, 10/15/2014 - 10:39pm
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Calvin Harris‘s Blame wasn’t a bad song, but it wasn’t entirely great either. I could be biased, but honestly John Newman’s vocals sound like something straight out of South Park. Again, not they were bad. It’s just really hard to take a song seriously when it sounds like it’s being sung by a slightly more talented British version of Mr. Mackey. So, how do you make something mediocre into something stellar?

According to Good Life it’s to go deep. Who is Good Life? Not really sure, but they’re from Chicago and they make good tropical stuff. They also happened to create stellar tropical stuff out of Calvin’s not so great original.

Good Life, manages to preserve a similar vibe to the more lulled out portions of the original, which in my humble opinion are the best bits. But, that’s not really what makes this tune great. The vibes are on point, but most notably, the Team America level vocals have been deepified… Scientifically speaking, deepified vocals can turn just about any noise out of the human voice box into rich and seductive tonality. Couple that with a sexy groove, some moody keys and bam, future gold. It’s a free download, don’t miss out.

 

Calvin Harris Ft John Newman – Blame (Good Life Cover) [Free Download]

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Source: Calvin Harris Ft John Newman – Blame (Good Life Cover) [Free Download]

Darshan Jesrani and Dennis Kane are Siren

Resident Advisor - Wed, 10/15/2014 - 10:25pm
The group's debut EP will drop on Compost Records later this week.

Frank Royal – Want Me [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Your EDM - Wed, 10/15/2014 - 7:59pm
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Electrostep always has a good one for us. From their 8-bit, chiptune dubstep to their Flumey bass music, they know how to do it right. This time around, Frank Royal steps out with something more mellow and laidback, yet that still retains that sense of originality. “Want Me” showcases a great production skillset with every instrument and sound being provided its own place in the mix. Now available for free download HERE.

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Source: Frank Royal – Want Me [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Porter Robinson Talks to Nest HQ about ‘Worlds’, Fantasies, & More [Video Clip]

Your EDM - Wed, 10/15/2014 - 7:56pm
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Porter Robinson made a quick stop at Nest HQ in Los Angeles during his Worlds Tour to talk about the creativity process of his latest album release, Worlds. He recalls back to his fond memories as a child, playing video games like Star Wars Galaxy, and living in a “digital fantasy world”. It’s a wonderful look into Porter as more than just an amazing musician, but understanding the experiences in his life that fuel his inspiration; especially relating to his work on Worlds. Watch the video below:

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Source: Porter Robinson Talks to Nest HQ about ‘Worlds’, Fantasies, & More [Video Clip]

Aspire to Inspire Live Episode 1: James Egbert

Your EDM - Wed, 10/15/2014 - 7:55pm
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James Egbert will be sharing with us his untold story and talk to us about the adversity he has both faced and overcome throughout his life.

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Source: Aspire to Inspire Live Episode 1: James Egbert

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