You can always count on Kill the Noise to deliver top-notch remixes of whatever he chooses to touch. This time around, the New York producer flips an already hectic Slipknot original into an absolutely mental dance floor smash. “Duality” gets an upgrade as KTN throws down his signature bass and smashing drums, making for quite the memorable remix. Check it out below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s almost comical at this point how many times Hudson Mohawke and Lunice have teased an official TNGHT comeback over the past year. That being said, this time around feels different; HudMo recently took to Instagram to share a photo of a whiteboard brandishing the infamous moon logo, tagging TNGHT’s official Instagram page in the caption. While we’re no stranger from the duo’s teasers, we can’t help but feel like we’re getting closer and closer to new music from the legendary trap act. Check out the post below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Fans have been on the edge of their seats all day in anticipation of Flume‘s latest release. Over the past few months, Flume has been making major waves with his experimental Hi This Is Flume mixtape and intricate follow-up single “Friends,” before revealing the date for his next release. Arriving in the form of a shiny new single, Flume has enlisted indie pop band London Grammar for his latest creation “Let You Know.” Masterful and catchy, “Let You Know” is the futuristic pop anthem fans have been waiting for. Inspired by elements of indie, pop, R&B, and future bass, Flume has seamlessly crafted a luxurious and textured record, only to be heightened by London Grammar’s sultry and undeniably catchy vocals. Stream Flume and London Grammar’s flawless new single below.
Flume – Let You Know (feat. London Grammar) | Stream
New Zealand talent La Felix is back with another Summer jam. It’s soft and tranquil feeling are perfect for laying around staring at the stars or rolling down your windows and just driving.
“This track is probably the most emotional one I’ve written so far. It’s overly simple and very repetitive but works on a very slow build of elements and harmonics. Because of the change in style, I got to explore ideas I hadn’t been able to access before since I was so restricted in my own genre and style,” states La Felix.
Have a listen to “Give Me Your Love” below and add it straight into your Summer playlist.
After previewing the track live last month at EDC Las Vegas, fans have been clamoring to get their hands on REZZ‘s hyperactive new single “Falling.” The second single off REZZ’s highly anticipated Beyond The Senses EP enlists the assistance of emo rock band Underoath to bring a hardcore edge to the industrial techno-trap banger. Wild and rambunctious, “Falling” is a bombastic thriller from start to finish as REZZ manipulates her boisterous signature sound to blend with the growing rock-EDM genre. REZZ’s upcoming Beyond The Senses EP drops July 24th. Until then, catch REZZ on her Beyond The Sensestour and stream “Falling” below.
It seems as though RL Grime’s recent instrumental NOVA Pure album is starting a trend amongst producers. Following his highly anticipated new single “All My Friends,” Madeon has now released both the instrumental and acapella versions of his popular track. With the official acapella out in the world, we’re bound to hear countless remixes hit SoundCloud in the coming weeks, while DJs will surely be incorporating the instrumental in their sets all festival season. Stream Madeon’s “All My Friends” instrumental and acapella versions below.
Porter Robinson – All My Friends (Instrumental / Acapella) | Stream
Illenium‘s rise to the top has been nothing short of meteoric. Creating a community that connects hardcore EDM fans and pop listeners alike, his music is shared by all. After the success of his sophomore album Awake, the only place to go was up. Titled Ascend, Illenium’s third album will be arriving on August 16th ahead of his three consecutive Red Rocks takeovers and monumental headline show at Madison Square Garden. Not much is known about this new project, but in a Twitter post, Illenium says all will be revealed this week with a “HUGE tour announcement”. Already this year, Illenium has kept busy with his shiny singles “Good Things Fall Apart,” “Crashing,” and “Pray,” all of which fans can expect to appear on Ascend. Stay tuned for more updates on Illenium’s next album.
Fans were left in awe in March when Carnage moved away from his standard festival trap sound to release a melodic dance single. “Letting People Go” immediately caught the attention of Diplo, who knew he had to put his spin on the Prinze George featured record. Previously debuted during his impeccable Coachella set, Diplo has finally released his bouncy official remix of Carnage’s “Letting People Go.” Hitting fans with a luxurious indie house beat, Diplo’s latest remix is ready to his any dance floor. Catch Diplo live this summer at Mad Decent Block Party Festival, Electric Zoo, HARD Summer, and more, and stream his “Letting People Go” remix below.
Carnage – Letting People Go (feat. Prinze George) [Diplo Remix] | Stream
Whether you’re an experienced guitar player or just beginning to learn, there are many factors that can help you choose the right guitar. You want the right guitar for the kind of music you are going to play, and there are so many options out there the choices can be overwhelming. Here are some things to consider when purchasing a guitar.
What kind of sound are you looking for? Are you playing hard rock or acoustic ballads? Acoustic guitars come in a range of shapes, sizes, and styles. You want to be sure you’re comfortable playing so make sure your guitar is not too large or small. Listen carefully to how the strings sound and whether they match the style you’re playing. There are also semi-acoustic, electro-acoustic, and electric guitars. Find the right guitar for your sound and you’ll be making music in no time.
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This Memorial Day weekend, Elements Music Festival delivered an incredible three-day experience filled with music, dancing, nature, and art.
Elements isn’t just about music; it’s about art with a spiritual focus on the human connection it empowers. Nestled in Lakewood, Pennsylvania, Elements is a wondrous escape from crowded cities and stressful day jobs. Placed in the middle of a summer camp, festival goers are allowed the perfect backdrop of rustic cabins, beachfront views, and wooden escapes.
Musically, Elements hit it out of the park. With a diverse lineup, every stage had its own unique vibe, with relating acts built around a complementary lineup. This year’s top sets came from Fisher,BANYK, Big Gigantic, Disclosure, and Monolink.
Fisher threw down an incredible set and was the perfect start of the evening Fire Stage sets. Not to be outmatched, Disclosure immediately followed up with the headline set of the weekend.
BAYNK threw down a vibey set at the Earth Stage, soon to be followed by Big Gigantic blowing the metaphorical roof off with an energized, brass-filled set. Monolink rounded off the weekend with a mesmerizing vocally supported set the at Air Stage. It’s safe to say Elements has our sign of approval.
BANKS came back with a fury mere weeks ago when she released her grimy Hudson Mohawke produced single “Gimme.” The dark pop songstress had disappeared for three years following her sophomore album only to remind fans why they first fell in love with her illustrious, sensual style. Utilizing the best producers LA has to offer, BANKS is continuing to do just that with her latest single. “Look What You’re Doing To Me” serves as the second release off BANKS’ highly anticipated third studio album III and enlists the vocal, songwriting, and production assistance of Francis and the Lights. The heartbreak ballad provides a great contrast to “Gimme” by truly letting BANKS’ iconic sultry vocals take the lead against the soft ethereal backdrop. BANKS upcoming III album is set to release this July. Check out the full tracklist and fall tour dates below and stream “Look What You’re Doing To Me” now.
This album is an ode to my journey. It documents a major growth spurt. Of self-acceptance, letting go, forgiveness, and deep love. It has been painful to realize that life is not black and white. Romanticism leads to fierce reality checks, which leads to wisdom, which leads to deeper empathy which leads to greater love. This album documents the cycle. Yes, this is my third album, but that is not why I called it III. Birth-Life-Death, Beginning-Middle-End, Past-Present-Future. All III’s and all ending with a theoretical period. To me, III represents a cycle of life. It