The hype behind DJ Snake’s new album has finally reached a boiling point because today the Parisian producer announced the project’s official title and release date. Snake’s sophomore LP is called “Carte Blanche” and is slated for release on July 26th. Check out his announcement below and start getting excited.
ANGELZ has slowly become one of our favorite artists here at RTT over the past year. The LA producer has, again and again, showing us his inventive approach to production applies to whatever genre he plans on touching. Most recently, however, ANGELZ has been working on something a bit different that any musician should be excited about – a brand new sample pack. Check out the sampler track for “Believe In Samples” volume 1 and cop those samples with the link below.
The ‘Super Mega Ultra Giant Mad Decent Block Party’ has just been canceled. The event, which was slated to take place in Gillette Stadium from July 20 – 21, has been officially halted due to “circumstances beyond [their] control.” A tweet via Mad Decent’s Twitter states that the event as it stands now would have been “impossible” and that it was best to call it quits this time around. Not much else is known other than Mad Decent’s official statement. If you have bought tickets they will be issuing refunds via Front Gate Tickets.
It’s been forever since one of EDM’s most beloved supergroups, Big GRiZmatik, has been in action. The star-studded trio consisting of Big Gigantic, GRiZ, and Gramatik combined forces a few years back, delivering a truly unique and funky performance any dance music fan would enjoy. Since then, the acts have been focusing on their solo careers, but thanks to a recent interaction on Twitter, we could be looking at a Big GRiZmatik reunion. See for yourself below and start getting excited.
Pat Lok‘s style of funk music is unlike anyone else’s. The Canadian’s been pumping out crazy music for years, and he has, in my opinion, one of the best mix series on Soundcloud. His new EP is filled to the brim with ultra vibey tracks that you’ll be grooving to for the whole summer. Stream the EP below!
Mac Miller’s tragic and untimely death last year hit the world hard, but that won’t stop us from celebrating his life and music moving forward. Today an official posthumous single arrives from Mac’s camp, a record entitled “That’s Life” featuring both Sia and 88-Keys. As you’ll hear below, Mac raps over the 88-Keys instrumental with the same smooth flow and witty lyrics we’ve come to love from him. Check it out and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
June 18th marked a year since alt hip hop star XXXTentacion’s murder in southern Florida. X’s stamp on the music industry has lived on with a posthumous album Skins, garnering millions of plays from adoring fans. It now seems we have a documentary based around Tentacion’s life on the horizon. An Instagram video posted by X’s manager, Solomon Sobande, teases clips of X meeting fans, producing in the studio, and performing at shows with the caption “Documentary coming soon…#LLJ”. Not much more is known about the upcoming film, but check out the video below and stay looped for any new updates.
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
Between his recently released Dog Blood EP and Due West remix, it’s safe to say that Skrillex is back dropping music in full force. Yesterday the OWSLA label head went on Instagram live stream to share even more good news; that his anticipated collaboration with TroyBoi, entitled “War Cry” is dropping next week. He then goes to play a preview of the track, but unfortunately, the audio quality isn’t amazing. Nevertheless, check it out below and start getting hyped for this star-studded collaboration.
Disheartening news broke when one of San Francisco’s most prominent nightclubs announced it was closing its doors. Mezzanine was the home for all kinds of weekly events. Injecting much-needed energy into San Francisco’s nightlife, this venue holds some incredible memories that will never be forgotten. After preparing to end the year in great fashion, the promoters were hit with gut-wrenching news.
On January 11th, 2019, a letter of intent was sent to Mezzanine ensuring the venue would be given the extension they were hoping for, with the added possibility of re-negotiating the lease long term. With a newly promised closing date of January 31st, 2020, the venue, acting on good faith, continued booking Fall/Winter events while waiting for the finalized lease to be signed by landlords.
On May 1st, 2019 Mezzanine was officially notified that the 3-month lease extension was no longer on the table. “After giving me a letter of intent for the lease extension, shaking my hand, hugs exchanged and giving me their word that we were SOLID, the Chrittons, drew out the lease negotiation process for 5 months and then pulled the rug out from under us,” – Deborah Jackman, Owner of Mezzanine
It will be incredibly sad to see this venue go as it continues to send the Bay Area’s nightlife into a spiral. Considering the young and diverse demographic the area holds, it is appalling just how limited the music scene is being withheld. Mezzanine was simply an iconic nightclub that hosted some of the … Read More
After the release of his acclaimed debut album The Ineffable Truth last year, G Jones quickly became one of the most celebrated artists in bass music. His live tour of the same name was a meticulously planned and executed performance of the album and other popular music of his, and also received huge amounts of praise from everyone who was lucky enough to see it. Fans of his music will be happy to hear that he will be releasing more music this year, starting this month!
We’ll be posting his new music as it drops. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram pages for the latest updates!