It’s always a good day when Eptic is previewing his music on socials. It’s even better when that preview is a bass-heavy flip of one of Skrillex‘s insane Show Tracks, “Fuji Opener.” In his post, Eptic alludes to many other remixes and edits that he has been making in preparation of his tour. His Flesh & Blood tour is slated to start October 11th in Houston, where he will play his way through the US and Canada ending in early December.
Check out the post for yourself, and be on the lookout for this upcoming edit
When it comes to navigating through the murky areas of the underground trap scene, no one does it better than the original trap don UZ. A true pioneer for trap music, the Quality Goods Records label head has established himself as a dependable tastemaker with superior turntablist skills. Ready to end the summer with a bang, UZ is back with his aptly titled new single “Bang Bang.” A lesson in contrasts, “Bang Bang” is a hypnotizing banger with layers of synths and relentless drum patterns that morph as the track progresses. This single marks that first time that that label head has recorded himself scratching on a track which we hope to see more of in future releases. Watch the trippy visuals for the track and stream “Bang Bang” below.
Last night, fans at Brockhampton’s Friday Therapy album release party were met with quite the pleasant surprise as none other than Skrillex showed up to give a guest appearance on guitar. The OWSLA label head came out for supporting act Dominic Fike’s closing song and man is it epic. Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
NGHTMRE, SLANDER, and Seven Lions kicked off their massive co-headlining Alchemy Tour last weekend in glorious fashion. Along with his eye-catching new setup, NGHTMRE premiered his upcoming remix of Seven Lions, SLANDER, and Dabin’s hit collaboration “First Time.” Joined on stage by Seven Lions and Dylan Matthew, NGHTMRE’s “First Time” remix caught the crowd’s attention. Amidst the insanity of all four producers on stage and the crowd’s top-of-their-lungs singing, NGHTMRE’s electrifying future trap remix left fans in awe. Tickets for the Alchemy Tour are still available here. Check out NGHTMRE’s unreleased “First Time” remix below.
It seems as though all of our favorite producers are bringing out their best before the close of the decade. 2019 has seen revivals from Dog Blood, Flume, Madeon, Cashmere Cat, and Wave Racer, with Mura Masa being the latest artist to make a comeback. The London-bred producer soared to new heights in 2017 following the release of his groundbreaking debut self-titled album, which featured A$AP Rocky, Charli XCX, and Desiigner. Since then, fans have patiently awaited his sophomore project and today shows the first sign of what’s to come.
Enlisting lo-fi singer-songwriter Clairo, “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” is an ambitious blend of luscious indie verses and grungy-electronic choruses. Brilliantly crafted and ahead of its time, “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” is unlike anything we’ve heard recently, yet still carries that Mura Masa stamp. Flush with wavy guitar melodies and emotional lyricism, Mura Masa and Clairo’s magnetic collaboration is instantly addictive and deserving of being played on repeat. Stream Mura Masa and Clairo’s infectious new single “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” below.
This is the beginning of rolling out a new direction for Mura Masa, which has a much heavier focus on band and guitar music. Punk and new wave is the music I grew up playing so it feels like an exciting return for me. I’m thrilled to debut this new sound with one of indie music’s most exciting and talented songwriting newcomers in Clairo. To me,
Coming off the heels of his recent EP release last month, Laxcity has just dropped the music video for the project’s titular track “Purity.” The video features an epic display of nature, with scenes backed by desert mountains, rocky shores, koi fish ponds, and incredible forest foliage. The sheer variety in awe-inspiring backdrops is enough to impress any viewer, and that’s before actually addressing the song the video is for.
As we previously mentioned, “Purity” is an atmospheric escape drenched in lush melodies that come alive as the track progresses. The music video perfectly complements the track, reflecting both the tension and serenity found at different moments within the song. Watch Laxcity’s gorgeous “Purity” music video below.
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.
When The Chainsmokers headline a festival, they really go all out. During their hour and a half long set at Lollapalooza on Thursday night, The Chainsmokers performed a variety of their Sick Boy and World War Joy hits, along with their unreleased collaboration with Nolan van Lith. In typical Chainsmokers fashion, the duo traded in many of their original songs for live versions and remixes by Jai Wolf (“Something Just Like This”), T-Mass (“Take Away” and “Somebody”), BKAYE (“Everybody Hates Me”), and neutral. (“Sick Boy”). Alongside Bebe Rexha and guitarist Watt, The Chainsmokers performed a live rendition of “Call You Mine,” which you can watch below courtesy of the official Lollapalooza YouTube channel.
The Chainsmokers – Call You Mine (Live At Lollapalooza) | Stream
The Chainsmokers also brought out Lennon Stella for “Take Away,” Ty Dolla $ign and bülow for “Do You Mean,” Kelsea Ballerini for “This Feeling,” Drew Love of THEY. for “Somebody,” and Daya for their throwback hit “Don’t Let Me Down.” Check out clips of The Chainsmokers’ monumental Lollapalooza set from Bebe Rexha, Daya, Drew Love and Watt below.
NGHTMRE made his debut at HARD Summer in epic fashion. The trap producer was slotted for a monumental B2B set with Excision. Over 70,000 fans gathered to experience NGHTMRE and Excision throwing down some heat. Fans were floored when NGHTMRE brought out fellow Gud Vibrations mates SLANDER to take the set to the next level. Watch clips of NGHTMRE B2B Excision B2B SLANDER at HARD Summer below.
EDM’s latest masked phenomenon has returned with another striking original. KLOUD has quickly garnered attention with his stunning singles like “Exit Alive” and “Cold Fire,” and genre-bending remixes of Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5, and Porter Robinson. Ominous and enticing, KLOUD’s new original “The Hive” builds around a glitchy, cataclysmic atmosphere and twists with alarming amounts of sonic distortion. Gritty and raw in all the right ways, “The Hive” is an addictive track that will instantly hypnotize any listener. KLOUD’s latest masterpiece comes with a surreal music video that perfectly captures the cinematic sci-fi nature of his music. Watch KLOUD’s entrancing new music video for “The Hive” below.
RL Grime is really no stranger to leaving fans in awe after one of his performances. His sets are highly praised and always leave spectators wanting more. Continuously making headlines, the producer is back on scene for his recent set at Lollapalooza. Whilst dominating a crowd of thousands upon thousands, the video below appears to show a brand new ID from RL Grime that is worth all the chatter right now. Fans are speculating a potential collaboration with San Holo? Although it does sound like a perfect fusion of each others styles, there’s no denying that this track is a complete banger. Check for yourself.