Hot off his stunning performance at EDC Las Vegas, Drezo has confirmed new music will be dropping this week. His upcoming Omens EP series will dive into his signature industrial club sound and allow him to explore his dark tendencies through a range of solo and collaborative tracks. The first volume in Drezo’s forthcoming EP series is set to span five dynamic tracks. Be on the lookout for the first track off Omens Vol. 1 dropping this Friday, May 24th.
Death Cab For Cutie is widely regarded as one of this generation’s greatest indie bands. That’s why remixing an emotional Death Cab song is no easy feat, but Louis The Child was up for the challenge. Louis The Child have injected their youthful energy into Death Cab’s “I Dreamt We Spoke Again” to create a dynamic yet haunting tune. Louis The Child allows Death Cab’s vocals to be the star of the song while giving the track a brand new cadence. Louis The Child’s official Death Cab remix comes on the heels of their recent announcement regarding their debut album. Stream Louis The Child’s joyfully dark remix of “I Dreamt We Spoke Again” below.
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With the EDC Las Vegas sets rolling in, we were more than excited to finally get a hold of RL Grime’s performance. As per usual, the Los Angeles artist throws down an awesome set, showcasing his signature production as well as unreleased gems from other artists. Watch the entire show below and let us know which moments were your favorite in the comments section.
I Luv This ” by August Alsina featuring Trinidad James depicts a life soaked in alcohol and marijuana in addition to disrespectful behavior towards ladies. Fans could wonder what musicians are speaking about when they discuss the pressures of stay exhibits. They appear to be they’re having fun – what’s the issue? But scientific proof shows how the fight or flight” response is very prone to kick in during a excessive-stress state of affairs akin to a gig, where a singer is positioned facing a whole lot and even thousands of individuals who’re staring right at them. For some, this could lead to a better efficiency as a result of heightened state of consciousness and adrenaline rush it causes. For others, it might cause panic assaults or even memory loss, which can result in long-term nervousness about live reveals.
Promotion of music is step one that an individual or band ought to undertake to get success. There isn’t a likelihood of success unless the overall people take heed to the music and determine. Reaching to the viewers and winning their coronary heart is the initial stage of attaining success. Selling an individual?s music shouldn’t be as straightforward because it appears to be like. Individuals should work lots to make their music noticeable to others. But, the scenario has changed quite a bit than earlier than. Selling one?s self composed music or track isn’t as tough as it was previously. It has turn into a lot easier to get seen in … Read More
Getter made headlines weeks ago by canceling his Visceral tour amidst mounting criticism from fans. Since then, the California artist has basically gone radio silent on social media, until today when we’ve finally received an update. As you’ll read below, Getter opens up about “unplugging” as well as saying he doesn’t regret canceling his tour at all. Check it out on Instagram and join us in offering support to Getter as well.
Elements is days away, and if you aren’t excited already, it’s time you get there. The lineup is stacked, and the activities are going to be insane. To get in the spirit of the holiday weekend, we decided to list 5 must see acts this weekend. It’d be too easy to list Disclosure, Fisher, Big Gigantic (all of whom are must see acts) so instead, we’re going to focus on some names you may not have heard of, but deserve just as much recognition. Check it out below!
Mosie is a group that I personally have been wanting to write about for a long time now, but haven’t found the opportunity given they are a tad outside of the typical genres we cover. The self-proclaimed “Boston based bratwurst bump” duo is the savory musical collaboration between Boston-based singer/songwriter/producer Jesse LeVines and musician/producer Aidan Brody. Originally, Mosie began as LeVines’ solo project, but eventually the small town Massachusetts local teamed up with Brody to begin cooking their debut studio album, Tangerine (2018). Tangerine was the album of the summer, with their hit track Oh! Frenchy being my first introduction to their tasty beats. Be sure to check them out.
Memba has been a staple on my Spotify for the past few months. I went to their Facebook page because I wasn’t even going to try to classify their music, and I was right in thinking that – they classify themselves as genre agnostic. Regardless, … Read More
Blackbear has consistently delivered phenomenal genre-blending projects with his new album ANONYMOUS being the latest example. Spanning 18 tracks, ANONYMOUS is an emotional and full-hearted journey through blackbear’s tumultuous and sometimes tormented love life. Diving into a variety of genres like electronic, pop, R&B, and hip-hop, blackbear’s fifth studio album is his strongest and most inspiring collection to date.
Ahead of his upcoming Dead 2 The Worldtour, we’ve teamed up with blackbear to give one lucky fan two tickets to his show in New York City with Elohim and Harry Hudson on June 6th. Enter to win below and be sure to stream blackbear’s new album ANONYMOUS.
Louis The Child have garnered a dedicated fanbase over the course of their career. In 2017, they dropped their debut Love Is Alive EP and quickly followed up with last year’s Kids At Play EP, both of which featured longtime collaborator Elohim. Yesterday, the Chicago duo responded to a fan on Twitter announcing that they’re currently working on their debut album. While Louis The Child has been quiet this year aside from their official remix of Elohim’s “The Wave,” they’ve already teased a new remix of Death Cab For Cutie’s “I Dreamt We Spoke Again,” due out May 21st. With their first full-length album on the way, the possibilities are endless and we can’t wait to hear what these future bass pioneers cook up. Stay tuned for more updates on Louis The Child’s upcoming debut album.
Just days after surprising EDC Las Vegas fans with an unforgettable set, Skrillex is already back in the studio. According to Twitter, Skrillex spent the night working on a new track with Def Jam singer-songwriter BibiBourelly. Bibi Bourelly is best known as the songwriter behind Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money” and has been spotted in the studio with Skrillex multiple times over the past few years. Hopefully, this is one of the releases Skrillex hinted he’d be dropping over the next few weeks.
Since launching his Sable Valley imprint with “ARCUS,” RL Grime has soared to new heights. With only two releases to its name, Sable Valley has become the premiere label for rising trap and electronic producers. In March, the label announced its second inductee and released “Christ Person, Woman God” by Jackal. Sable Valley has now taken to social media to tease two new songs that will be dropping this week by little known producer JAWNS. According to JAWNS’ Sable Valley MiniMix, his new singles “House Of God” and “Psycho” will be released by the burgeoning label this Thursday, May 23rd. Stream JAWNS’ Sable Valley MiniMix below and be on the lookout for his two new singles on Thursday.
Halsey has been gearing up for the release of her highly anticipated third album and it is definitely going to make a statement. Unleashing her powerful prowess, Halsey has rocked us to our core with her new single “Nightmare.” Grungy and anthemic, “Nightmare” immediately kicks into high gear as Halsey aggressively sings her girl-power lyrics over the rock-inspired beat. “Nightmare” is Halsey’s first solo single of the year following her deeply personal ballad “Without Me.” Stream “Nightmare” below and be sure to watch her phenomenal music video.