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Anstam's Names due out on Monkeytown

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 11:28am
The producer's third LP will arrive on September 26th.

Shackleton drops new 12-inch, Deliverance Series No. 1

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 10:59am
The Berlin-based producer's latest record has appeared on the shelves of Hard Wax.

Vessel presents second album, Punish, Honey

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 9:45am
The Bristol artist's next LP is due out September 15th.

RA heads to Chicago with Theo Parrish

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 9:45am
Parrish's first gig in the Windy City in eight years will happen at Smart Bar.

Numbers unveil Redinho's debut album

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 9:26am
The self-titled LP will feature a mix of "beloved previous releases, live favourites and a host of future anthems."

Club To Club bill expands with Rustie and Talaboman

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 8:22am
The Turin festival has added a fresh wave of names, with Pantha Du Prince and Ben UFO also confirmed.

Pioneer supports ADE cycle, gives away DJ setup

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 6:00am
The tech giant is offering a pair of CDJ-2000s and a DJM-900 to anyone who donates to our fundraising bike jaunt to Amsterdam.

Mugwump to launch his own label, Subfield

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 5:10am
The Interluudes EP, out in September, will be the label's first release.

Thomalla and Mutsumi set to release on Running Back

Resident Advisor - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 4:45am
EPs from the Krakatau producer and the artist formerly known as MU are next up on Gerd Janson's label.

Markus Cole – You Should Be Dancing [Bootleg]

Your EDM - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 1:06am

The Bee Gees have always been on the forefront of funky disco. That being said we recently stumbled across this bootleg of their song ‘You Should Be Dancing’. Normally i don’t personally like most bootlegs i come across but this one by Markus Cole is most defiantly a exception. He brought the funk but in a very unique groovy kind of style that complimented the Bee Gees original vocals. I tip my hat to you Markus.

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This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Markus Cole – You Should Be Dancing [Bootleg]

The ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Movie Theme Song Is Amazing

Your EDM - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 12:29am

As I sit here I’m in utter hysterics hitting the play button repeatedly on Youtube, there are air molecules vibrating around my eardrums generated from my headphones which are plugged into my laptop routing an audio signal from Atlantic Records Youtube channel. Behind this semi-confusing explanation there is a story to tell; we’ve all by now heard that the very popular pre-Y2K cartoon “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” is making a comeback in the 21st century, yeah we’ve all seen the trailer, but did you hear the theme song?

What do you get when you add three big name rappers that define our Hip-hop/ rap culture generation with two EDM artists of this generation that define Dance music in general? “Shell Shocked“! While Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa have verses for days about “popping pills” and getting on “that level”, when they team up with the guy that has made a name for himself by producing heavily processed growls to scare the children, Jake as in Kill The Noise, you get a killer theme song that turns any person sitting idle at a computer screen staring at internet memes simultaneously listening to this collaboration into an instant hype man or woman.

Shell Shocked that was uploaded onto Atlantic Records Youtube channel this past Monday, it features Kill The Noise and Madsonik influences while maintaining a pop culture beat that Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign can spit verses on. With sick synths and awesome vocals that aren’t classic Juicy J but kid friendly, this collaboration has been on repeat throughout the entirety of this article and will remain there for another two, maybe three times after I finish. Needless to say, whether you dislike one or multiple names on that roster, you have to respect the quality. Each person plays their part, and as a whole, the five of them make for a killer collaboration that ultimately serves as marketing tool to go see the movie, which swayed me to go indefinitely.

Have a listen and tell me what you think in the comments below!

 -Chris Wood-

 

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: The ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Movie Theme Song Is Amazing

Lee Gamble reveals full details of new LP, KOCH

Resident Advisor - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 11:32pm
The UK producer's next PAN release is a double album due out in September.

PARTY FAVOR’s BIG ADVENTURE: After Garnering Support From Diplo, Skrillex & the NBA, Party Favor Excels in the Festival Circuit [Your EDM Interview]

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 10:19pm

Party Favor, the titan of LA’s twerk scene, has seen promoters clambering to book his energetic and bottom heavy bass sets from coast to coast over the last year. After winning the ThisSongIsSick.com X Bro Safari X UFO! remix contest last summer, the producer/DJ double threat has been riding a roller coaster upward through the clouds with no sign of plummeting anytime soon. As his career pushes forward at a break neck speed across the rails of the EDM arena, his original productions and remixes have caught the ears of bass music’s mega-stars Skrillex and Diplo, as well as being called up to be featured in ESPN‘s official commercial for the NBA draft. All of this has culminated in reaching 100k Facebook fans just hours before his debut Electric Daisy Carnival performance in Las Vegas and being invited to play at Tommorrow World‘s sophomore event later this fall. Your EDM was able to catch Party Favor mid-stride as he earned his right to be “Diplo-Approved” and trekked through the grand adventure that is the EDM festival circuit.

Although Party Favor‘s relationship with Diplo has only recently sprouted, their affinity for twerk music has interwoven their musical paths on numerous accounts with the prospect of several future projects in the works. “[Diplo] put out his Top Tracks of 2013 mix and included my ‘Booyah’ remix, which was one of the bigger moments that kinda helped to slingshot me forward. A lot of people didn’t know that that was an official remix but due to some weird situation, it never got released here in the US with a label. After I leveraged that, I started sending him tracks and he started playing out my ‘Bumaye’ remix.

“At EDC, Diplo even played three of my tracks [total]. He played my DJ KOOL - ‘Let Me Clear My Throat’ remix. That one has some legs; I’ve always been surprised by that. Skrillex plays it almost every show too. Also, [Diplo] played my ‘Bumaye’ remix and my ‘Booyah’ VIP edit, which was for myself and other bigger DJ’s. It’s this conundrum where all of these DJ’s have [the VIP edit], which is great because it builds a lot of hype but the people can’t get it. I like that people get to go see a DJ set and they get to hear something that’s excessive to the live performance.”

As Party Favor‘s signal on Mad Decent‘s radar grows stronger, the guys decided to connect on Diplo‘s next compilation album, Random White Dude Be Everywhere“If you know anything about my music, then you know it is borderline hectic, it’s very constant. There’s not a lot of lulls, dropouts, or big anthem builds. I like to give you energy and time to rage. [For my 'Express Yourself' remix,] I kind of did that and sent it to Diplo. For a while, I didn’t think he had heard it or liked it but then all of a sudden he put out a One Million Facebook Bootleg Pack and he featured my “[Express Yourself]” remix on it. I still hadn’t heard anything from him and all of a sudden it showed up in this compilation. The funny thing is, he had only heard the shortened version. It all came together when I followed up with them and when they heard my extended version he was like, ‘Hey let’s get you going on this, we gotta put this out on something more legit.”

At this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, Party Favor was able to come into his own and finally get some face time with Diplo,  ”I had never gotten a chance to meet him until recently at EDC. That was great because it was the first time we got to sit down in person and talk. For me, the Mad Decent brand is something that I really associate myself with and want to be a part of as far as the music that they put out, the brand image, the lifestyle. Sometimes [what they do] is weird, sometimes it’s different, but it’s always evolving, which I find really neat. Especially in this day and age, when songs last only two weeks, you have to find some way to stand out and I think they do a great job of that.”

Although he couldn’t divulge too deep into his future relationship with the label, he did affirm that he would be releasing an original track with Mad Decent that “will be out soon. As it’s playing out right now, I’ll be publicly doing either some official remixes or just some work on Major Lazer songs because it’s all kind of interconnected and once you are in the studio and start bouncing ideas around a lot of stuff can come out.”

Party Favor is accustomed to seeing one thing lead to another, as his submission for Bro Safari and UFO!‘s “Drama” remix competition directed him towards the national spotlight. “A year ago I entered the competition, and I won. It was the first competition I had entered my music in and I won. Originally, it was like ‘you won the competition, here’s a remix spot,’ but then as it went on, they added on all of these people and it became this really really amazing remix album and I was honored to be a part of that. My remix ended up selling the most once the album came out, which made a really great statement. Now, Nick (Bro Safari), and I are planning on doing a track together and we hadn’t met face to face till EDC either.”

“With how labels work, they will send out options for licensing to a commercial or at a huge event or maybe a movie. That’s the whole other revenue side of music, licensing. ‘Turn Down For What” made more money from licensing to movies and commercials than it did from sales. So I guess the people at the NBA or whoever does their commercials liked [the Drama remix] and it got picked up. It came out of no where but it has been really neat to see my music on a national commercial.”

Moving forward, Party Favor will be releasing another collaboration with Meaux Green; a follow up to their official “Mosh Pit” remix for the Lords of the Trap known as Flosstradamus. “We have another official remix for Floss for ‘Drop Top’. We’ve already sent it in. Floss played it in their EDC live set and shouted us out. I’m assuming [it will come out] in late July if not the beginning of August.”

Make sure to catch Party Favor this summer as he builds a booty bouncing barricade around your city and forces you to grab your ankles and wiggle what you’re working with.

 

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: PARTY FAVOR’s BIG ADVENTURE: After Garnering Support From Diplo, Skrillex & the NBA, Party Favor Excels in the Festival Circuit [Your EDM Interview]

heRobust X CVPELLV – URDNO [Free Hybrid Trap Download]

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 9:21pm

When we interviewed Atlanta’s Herobust back in June, he told us that he would be releasing one free track a month and as promised, he’s dropped a huge hybrid number entitled “URDNO.” This one is a collaboration with genre pushing Russian producer CVPELLV and is going to be a favorite for anyone that likes their 808s with a side of vocally bass growl. The guys really dug deep and dirty on the sampling for this one and it shows with the enormity of the sound.

Grab a copy of “URDNO” below and stay locked to Your EDM for all of heRobust‘s future free downloads.

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This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: heRobust X CVPELLV – URDNO [Free Hybrid Trap Download]

Martin Garrix to Perform at Guinness International Champion’s Cup Final Halftime Show

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 9:15pm

For the first time, an EDM company will host a televised halftime show for a major North American sporting event. Life in Color (formerly Dayglow), most widely known for hosting EDM paint parties, will bring Martin Garrix to perform at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium for the Guinness International Champion’s Cup Final on August 4th. Although no paint will be involved, viewers will enjoy lasers, LED lights and fireworks, as well as a surprise announcement. The match and halftime performance will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1, but for soccer and EDM fans who want to experience it live, you can purchase tickets here.

Source: Billboard

Photo Credit: Future Music

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Martin Garrix to Perform at Guinness International Champion’s Cup Final Halftime Show

SNAILS Drops An All Un-Released Mini-Mix In Preparation for “Coming To America”

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 8:53pm

When you’re bouncing around the club with your homies and you hear that rubbery, elastic sounding bass stretched over deep 808s you immediately know that the French Canadian SNAILS has slimed his way into the building. In anticipation for his first visits to America, he’s dropped the half hour SNAILEDIT! Mix Vol. 1, that is chock full of unreleased material from SNAILS and all of his comrades. He will be releasing track ID’s at each ‘play’ milestone so make sure to spread the mix around so we can figure out where all of these wonky tunes came from.

Check out the mix below and catch SNAILS on tour this fall.

Sat 8/2 – Los Angeles, CA – Hard Summer Music Festival
Thurs 8/7 – Orange County, CA – The Yost Theater
Fri 8/8 – Detroit, MI – Elektricity
Sat 8/9 – Baltimore, MD – Moonrise Music Festival
Sat 8/15 – Montreal, Quebec – Ilesoniq
Sat 8/16 – St. John, New Brunswick – Shakedown Ranch
Sat 9/27 – New York, NY – Webster Hall (Bassmnt)
Sun 9/28 – Chattahoochee Hills, GA – TomorrowWorld

soundcloud.com/officialsnails | twitter.com/snailmusic | facebook.com/OfficialSnails

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: SNAILS Drops An All Un-Released Mini-Mix In Preparation for “Coming To America”

Get ‘Faded’ With Gent & Jawns In Three Easy Steps Via Their Sophomore EP [Mad Decent]

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 8:22pm

You may know Gent & Jawns from their moombahton roots or maybe from their chart topping collaboration with Mayhem & Antiserum that begs the question, “Where the fuck have you been?,” but no matter where you first heard the name, chances are you are familiar with rowdiness that follows this turn up tandem.

The mid-Atlantic boys are back with their second EP on Mad Decent records, following the moombah classic Holler. This time they fortify their vigorous half time vibe with 808s by dropping the Faded EP, a quick three track record with an accompanying remix by the big bad bass barron Kill The Noise. The EP finally marks an official release for 2012′s party staple “Turn Up” which is arguably the most recognized trap tune ever, assuming you’ve had your radio “turned down” this past year.

The EP is available on iTunes, Beatport and Amazon now, so bring home the turn up and teach mom how to get faded.

soundcloud.com/gentandjawns | facebook.com/gentandjawns | twitter.com/GENTANDJAWNS

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Get ‘Faded’ With Gent & Jawns In Three Easy Steps Via Their Sophomore EP [Mad Decent]

Your EDM Guest Interview: Inside The Minds Of Blackburner

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 7:43pm

By: Alicia Egan

Inspired by the likes of Skrillex and other metalheads who’ve opened up into the EDM space, the long-haired, inked-up, Skyla and Chad of Blackburner are coming to us with their latest project, From Dusk to Dub released on Cleopatra’s imprint label, Hypnotic Records. With many multi-genre artists trying to get a piece of the “EDM” pie, Blackburner is simply adding to their existing musical repertoire with their latest album release. Having met in Los Angeles a few bands ago when they were involved in the bands Killingbird, founded by Skyla, and Scum of the Earth in 2005 which featured former Rob Zombie axeman, Riggs, these guys were determined to bring the aggressiveness that is signature of metal and fuse it with the the hard-hitting bassy sounds characteristic of dubstep and trap.

With appearances from the likes of Kurupt, Pusha T, and Lil Wayne, to name a few these guys are certainly on the forefront of the beautiful fusion that we are witnessing as genres collide. Blackburner is currently on tour and will end in Atlanta on August 3rd.

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1. What are your thoughts on your recent album release, “From Dusk Til Dub”?

It’s kind of a little different, we always try to change up genres. Obviously, a little less of the metal influence on this new one, but you know, we’re working with some good hip hop artists but, I mean, it sort of just evolved from where it started but, we’re kind of more experimenting with the genres. It came out great, ya.”

2. You had some big names on your EP, like Pusha T, Kurupt, and Lil Wayne – Did you actually collaborate?

The way it works now is we send files back and forth and stuff. Some of it was done like on tour and stuff, but ya, it came out great.

3. How did those initial collaborations even happen, especially considering you’re coming from a few different genres?

I had a friend, a couple of guys really, experimenting, wanted to try something new, wanted a new sound, so they got in touch with us, went back and forth, and then came up with those tracks.

It seems like a lot of folks in the hip hop and metal worlds and trying to come into the electronic music space…

Ya, totally, everybody is.

4. Do you guys do all original production?

I mean ya, we have certain sounds that we go back to using and stuff, kind of the blackburner signature sound. Kinda use some of my own samples and stuff. It’s all original, except for you know, a few remixes we do obviously. We like to create our own samples sometimes – that’s what we do on the road sometimes, we’ll get on a little recorder and just kind of make some new sounds, some crazy stuff on our days off. It’ll start from there, and come up with a new idea. That’s kind of how it started from being on tour, being in rock n roll bands, there’s always a lot of down time. There’s always somebody missing so we’re on our laptops, synth out, making stuff ourselves, not relying on somebody else in the band. There’s always the band members that don’t show up to rehearsal, or just go home from touring.

5. We saw your pictures, with the death bunny costumes — explain.

We actually had the logo first. We got together with some artists, and we had the logo done with the rabbit idea. We thought it would be a good idea to actually look like that somehow on stage. We actually started out with gasmasks first, and we threw on some bunny ears and messed around with that. Then we got together with a special effects artist in Los Angeles who came up with this. We went back and forth with the designs and came up with like an alien-bionic bunny mask. It’s not very comfortable, but it looks cool right? We can’t see a thing, we unplug stuff a lot, we fall a lot, but it’s fun, it’s super hot, but it keeps us in shape.

6. What are your future plans? What do you guys envision for your sound?

Sell millions and millions. We keep evolving each record, with a little different flavor to it. Production-wise, the sound came out great, we’re super happy with it. The next one? We’re kind of already working on stuff, but we haven’t had any days off yet!

7. Is there anything else we should know about you guys?

No. Nothing. I think they should know less. Most of them don’t know what we look like. We try to keep everything sort of anonymous. There’s not much mystery left anymore with Twitter and Facebook. You can talk to whoever you want now, but we don’t answer back though, we’re rude. Ya, we’re just going to stay busy and tour and as soon as we’re done with this tour, we’re going to get ready to book another one and go back out and just keep playing.

8. What did you guys eat for dinner tonight?

Greek salad (Skyla) and a turkey sub (Chad) . We begin the tour healthy, ending tour, White Castle! We try to be kind of healthy. Try to stay vegetarian for the most part at least. I was vegan last tour, that was rough, it’s hard on the road. Someone always like, “we got this free food, we got this free pizza!”

9. Do you guys have any roadies with you?

No, there’s really nothing to move. There’s really just a couple of things. It’s way different. A lot of DJs nowadays they don’t realize, they didn’t do the band thing, so now they’re like, “I gotta bring my own CDJs, what??”, and the next thing you know, they don’t want to tour. They just want to bring and SD card. They’re all spoiled nowadays. We’ve toured in bands where we’ve had to carry stuff. And we’re like, “What? That’s all we have to bring?”, we’re happy.

Article By: Alicia Egan

Photo Credit: Peter Chiapperino

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Your EDM Guest Interview: Inside The Minds Of Blackburner

Safe In Sound Festival Set To Hit Twenty Cities

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 7:33pm

Bass fans rejoice. You’re about to feast your eyes on the biggest lineup this side of 2010. If you haven’t seen the news all over the net already, a new festival called Safe In Sound is set to make waves across 20 cities in the US between September 19th and October 25th. It’s right as the regular festival season is coming to a close; this means that all of you who are having some lingering feelings or maybe even FOMO could cure all your woes with this massive lineup.

Headliners include Adventure Club, Destroid, and Flux Pavilion, with support from Doctor P, Excision, Zeds Dead, UZ, Caked Up, Downlink and Terravita in select cities. For something this massive, you’re going to need a sound system just as impressive. Safe In Sound is teaming up with PK Sound, already renowned for their rigs on Skrillex’s FullFlex Express Tour, Excision’s Executioner Tour and the Shambhala Music Festival. For this tour, they’re premiering a brand new 150,000 watt rig.

“Knowing this is the first ever touring bass music festival of this caliber AND the first time my PK family unleashes their brand new sound system, people are going to lose their sh**!” – Excision.

More dates will be announced, but for now you can check out the current dates below, and go to http://safeinsoundfest.com for more details.

Presale tix for NY show

Presale tix for MA show

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Safe In Sound Festival Set To Hit Twenty Cities

50 Cent’s “21 Questions” Receives Deep House Rework From SNBRN [Free Download]

Your EDM - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 7:28pm

It’s crazy to think 50 Cent‘s iconic hit “21 Questions” came out nearly a decade ago. It’s a timeless hit that has now received a fantastic nu disco/deep house rework from artist SNBRN that is fascinating from start to finish. Dropping 50′s rap a few octaves, SNBRN blends a fresh piano hook, some horns, and a throbbing bass lead along with it that will keep you grooving the entire six minutes. This is a hot remix that you’ll be hearing a lot more of throughout this wild summer, so check it below and leave your thoughts!

 

 

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: 50 Cent’s “21 Questions” Receives Deep House Rework From SNBRN [Free Download]

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