Graves has been on another level this year. To celebrate his success and rapid fan growth, the Hawaiian producer has enlisted his Twitter followers to inspire the release of his second edit pack. His latest three-track pack will feature graves’ fan-favorite “Arcus X Innerbloom” edit that he’s consistently performed live. His tweet surpassed its required 1,000 retweets so graves’ Edits, Pt. 2 pack will be making its way into fans hands soon. Check out a preview of graves rinsing his “Arcus X Innerbloom” edit below.
Once the euphoria of EDC Las Vegas is over, it’s an agonizingly long wait until EDC returns to Orlando. Thankfully, EDC Orlando just dropped its massive 2019 lineup. Slated for November 8th-10th, the 2019 edition of EDC Orlando will feature performances by Diplo, DJ Snake, RL Grime, ZHU, Alison Wonderland, REZZ, Seven Lions, SLANDER, Excision, Jauz, Party Favor, San Holo, Graves, CRAY, and more.
Grab tickets to EDC Orlando 2019 here and check out the full lineup below.
HARD Summer is here and this year’s lineup is set to host some of the hottest electronic acts. Including performances by Major Lazer and Dillon Francis, and B2B sets by DJ Snake and Malaa, ZHU and Tchami, and more, HARD Summer 2019 is going to be one of the most talked-about festivals of the year.
We’ve compiled our list of ten must-see acts at this year’s two-day festival. Check out our ten can’t-miss HARD Summer performances below and let us know who you’ll be seeing in the comments.
Set Time: Sunday 10:00-11:00 PM @ HARDer Stage
RL Grime is making his grand return to HARD Summer. RL Grime always puts on a phenomenal performance and his HARD Summer set will be no different. The producer recently dropped an insane edit of G Jones’ “In Your Head” along with the promise of more edits to come, many of which are likely to be sprinkled throughout his performance.
Set Time: Saturday 10:00-11:00 PM @ HARDer Stage
Alison Wonderland is one of the best live performers in all of electronic music. She expertly combines live vocals, cello, and DJing into her sets and always leaves fans wanting more. Her Saturday night closing set on the HARDer Stage conflicts with some of the nights biggest sets like Kid Cudi, DJ Snake B2B Malaa, and GTA and Friends, but she’s definitely worth it.
Graves has easily become one of our favorite artists here at RTT over the past few years. The Hawaii producer always come through with impressive releases, and this time around is no different as we’re treated to not one, but two new tracks. “Deadsong,” featuring 93FEETOFSMOKE, is a banger if you’ve ever heard one while “Transmissions” is a more of a melodic cut. Listen to both below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Our 48th edition has landed with new remixes from RL Grime, What So Not, Malaa, QUIX, Party Pupils, and more. Check out our favorite remixes of the week below and follow our Run The Remixes playlist on Spotify.
If you’ve caught RL Grime or G Jones lately, chances are you’ve heard RL Grime’s insane edit of “In Your Head.” Over the past few months, the two artists have been heavily teasing the edit online and at recent shows, creating a massive amount of hype around the release. Today, courtesy of RL Grime’s Sable Valley imprint, we’re finally getting our hands on the full edit and it does not disappoint. Letting his creative power reign free, the trap don pushes G Jones’s unique free-flowing bass masterpiece to the next level for a devastatingly hard edit that goes off live. – Peach Gallagher
What So Not is on absolute fire this year. Just a week and a half following his massive drum & bass track “OOGAHDAM!” with Diablo, What So Not has unleashed a wild remix of the Stranger Thingstheme song. While the Australian producer has been playing this out at his shows for some time now, this is the first time he’s released the track on streaming platforms. Dark and menacing in all the right ways, the remix builds with eerie melodies and sinister … Read More
RL Grime has been unleashing a ton of unreleased heat while touring lately and this time around is no different. As you’ll see below, the LA producer recently rinsed a new graves ID during a set and damn is it massive. While we have yet to receive any information or details surrounding the track, we can’t help but think it may be coming sooner rather than later. Peep the ID via Twitter and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.