Luis Crucet‘s two-year-long hiatus has ended. His newest single “Mist” is a mesmerizing, futuristic journey. With uplifting chords, luscious saws, and airy vocal chops, “Mist” is everything we want out of a soothing indie track. Whether it’s your last beach day of the summer or a rainy Sunday morning, “Mist” is perfect for setting the chill vibe. Stream it for yourself below.
Following their sizzling collaboration with Zeds Dead, bitbird duo DROELOE are ready to explore our bad habits with their latest single “Virtual Friends.” An observation of today’s technology-driven world where everyone lives to be on their phones, “Virtual Friends” puts DROELOE’s production skills on full display with driving synths and melodic waves. Keep an eye out for DROELOE’s third EP A Promise Is Made, which is the final chapter in their past, present and future EP series, out on October 11th and stream “Virtual Friends” below.
A match made in melodic heaven, Adventure Club and Said The Sky‘s highly anticipated collaboration “Already Know” is perfect for listeners looking to embrace their inner feels. As Caly Bevier’s vocals float over a stream of gorgeous melodies, “Already Know” really hits its stride as Adventure Club and Said The Sky weave their production skills together for a glorious bass-heavy drop that pulls at your heartstrings. Stream “Already Know” below.
Adventure Club X Said The Sky – Already Know (feat. Caly Bevier)| Stream
Flux Pavilion has been on a serious hot streak lately. Following his latest hit singles “Somebody Else” and “Room to Fall” with Marshmello, Flux Pavilion is back with his next single “Surrender” featuring Next To Neon and A:M. Out now via Circus Records, “Surrender” is a vibrant experience with blissful future bass vibes throughout for an end of summer single that continues to show off Flux Pavilion’s incredible range. Take a listen below.
Flux Pavilion – Surrender (feat. Next to Neon and A:M) | Stream
Lido is about to have his biggest year yet. To celebrate 808 Day, Lido announced the title of his highly-anticipated sophomore album. Today, Lido is continuing to put a smile on his fans’ faces with news of a fall headlining tour. The Almost Peder Tour will accompany Lido’s forthcoming self-titled album Peder. The 10-date tour will feature Lido’s breathtaking live setup in cities like Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Denver, San Francisco, and more. Coincidentally, Lido’s tour is only scheduled for the month of October, and his birthday happens to be October 26th. Though no release date has been released, it’s curious that his tour and self-titled album perfectly align with his upcoming 27th birthday. Grab tickets to Lido’s upcoming Almost Peder Tour and stay tuned for more updates about Lido’s new album Peder.
Alison Wonderland has skyrocketed following the release of her highly-acclaimed sophomore album Awake. She’s topped the lineups of EDC Las Vegas, Electric Forest, and HARD Summer, co-headlined a massive tour with Dillon Francis, and released stunning originals. One of the biggest goals in an artist’s career is to have their own headlining show at Colorado’s prestigious Red Rocks Amphitheater and Alison Wonderland fulfilled that dream last weekend. Ahead of her show, Wonderland shared a heartfelt message to her fans
Temple of Wonderland marked the Australian DJ’s biggest show to date. With two sold-out headline shows at the 9,500 capacity amphitheater, Alison Wonderland made sure to bring her best performance to the stage. Performing live versions of her original music, Alison Wonderland played alongside her all-female string and percussion band. The magical evening included stunning new visuals displayed on see-through LED screens.
Check out videos of Alison Wonderland’s mesmerizing Temple of Wonderland show below.
Hot off their massive performances at Lollapalooza and Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Louis The Child are back with a brand new single. “Too Close” is as close to a future-disco ballad as you will find. Wrabel‘s gorgeous vocals perfectly drape around Louis The Child’s wavy production. The young Chicago duo has a lot of momentum, and with hints of their debut album approaching, things can only get better from here. Catch Louis The Child on their Here For Now tour this fall and stream their new single “Too Close” below.
Louis The Child – Too Close (feat. Wrabel)| Stream
Alison Wonderland and QUIX‘s new single “Time” has been one of the most talked-about collaborations of the summer. Originally debuted during Wonderland’s performance at last weekend’s HARD Summer, “Time” is a wondrous Flume-esque future bass anthem. Wittily driven by ticking percussion, “Time” will instantly seduce any listener with its spiraling basslines, hypnotizing synth melodies and airy, effervescent vocals. Stream Alison Wonderland and QUIX’s magical new collaboration “Time” below.
Earlier this week, Cashmere Cat made headlines with the announcement of his forthcoming sophomore album Princess Catgirl. Along with the album, Cashmere Cat shared his new animated partner in crime, Princess Catgirl, who will serve as the “face” of his music going forward.
Debuting his new feline superhero character, Cashmere Cat has delivered an intricately produced new single and gorgeous animated music video. “EMOTIONS” marks Cashmere Cat’s first release since his 2018 collaboration with Major Lazer and Tory Lanez “Miss You,” but hits in a completely different way.
Still carrying that classic effervescent pop sound Cashmere Cat is known for, “EMOTIONS” bubbles with a gooey mixture of future bass, pop, and R&B production and a flirty, sensual nature. Crisp snare rolls and twinkling percussion lay the groundwork for the sweeping synths and high-pitched vocals to create an airy, euphoric soundscape. Cashmere Cat’s new single is simply breathtaking. Stream “EMOTIONS” below and be on the lookout for more news regarding Cashmere Cat’s upcoming album Princess Catgirl.
It’s been no surprise that we’ve watched Alison Wonderland on the bill of most major festivals this season. Continuing to dominate EDM, Alison Wonderland previewed her unreleased collaboration with QUIX during her closing HARDer Stage set at last weekend’s HARD Summer.
The track, supposedly titled “Time,” sounds like an absolute heater according to fan videos. With Flume-like flutters complimenting the hard-hitting bass sounds the two producers are known for, “Time” is going to be one of the year’s biggest collaborations. Since dropping the track at HARD Summer, both Alison Wonderland and QUIX have each hinted that they’re dropping new music next week, and we don’t think it’s a coincidence. Keep your eye out for “Time”, and for now, enjoy the fan snippet below.
2019 has been the year of the comeback with revivals from Skrillex, Dog Blood, Flume, and Madeon, and Cashmere Cat is the latest artist to join that list. Today, Cashy has announced the title of his forthcoming album Princess Catgirl. The feline superhero will serve as the new “face” of Cashmere Cat’s music. Princess Catgirl is the direct the follow-up to Cashy’s 2017 debut album 9, which featured Ariana Grande, The Weekend, Camila Cabello, Selena Gomez, and Tory Lanez. Cashmere Cat will kick off Princess Catgirl with its first single “Emotions,” out this Friday, August 9th. Let us know what you think of Cashy’s new character in the comments.