Prepare your ears as we offer an exclusive episode of the Stafford Brothers' #SomethingBIG radio show. Each week, the Australian siblings present fans with some of the most influential tracks in electronic music. This week, the hour-long show features Marcus Schossow, Sebastian Ingrosso, Deadmau5, and EDX to name a few. However, episode 044 of #SomethingBIG also showcases a special 'behind-the-scenes' look into Italian duo Nari & Milani's remixes of "Brohammer," "Back Again," and "Atom." See tracklist below.
01: ‘WILD CHILD’ (Bassjackers remix) Marcus Schossow & Adrian Lux feat. JJ
02: ‘GO’ Mightyfools
03: ‘KILL SHOT’ Kid Massive & Dean Cohen
04: ‘GIRLFRIEND’ (Muzzaik & Stadiumx remix) Icona Pop
05: ‘FEELING THE NIGHT’ Kaskade feat. Becky Jean Williams
06: ‘RELOAD FLASHBACK’ (Tommy Trash edit) Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash Vs Calvin Harris
07: ‘LIKE SATELLITES’ (Extended mix) Manufactured Superstars feat. Danni Rouge
08: ‘NEON EYES (INTO THE DEEP)’ (Matisse & Sadko remix) Saints Of Valory
09: ‘THE TEMPEST’ (Extended mix) EDX & Leventina
10: ‘BACK AGAIN’ R3hab, Nari & Milani & MYNC
11: ‘BROHAMMER’ (Nari & Milani remix) Topher Jones feat. The Heroes Of Old
12: ‘ATOM’ Nari & Milani
13: ‘I REMEMBER’ (Original Vocal mix) Deadmau5 feat. Kaskade
Adrian Lux returned to New York City's Webster Hall on Saturday night (December 7) and set the venue on fire. The electric show, a part of Webster Hall's brite nites was a hyper energetic show, seeing people from all walks of life joining together to have a memorable Saturday night. Leading up to the Lux's set, the crowd, disbursed around the venue, buzzed in anticipation of seeing the Swedish wunderkind, many of which who were witnessing the Adrian Lux experience for the first time. Upon arrival, fans and party-goers alike exploded into what would become a non-stop party deep into the night. Lux maintained command of the full house, and once again proved why he is such a hot ticket wherever he goes. His 'Wild Child' tour has been wildly successful thanks to his epic performances and his stop in NYC certainly validates his success. Word to the wise, when Lux hits your city, cancel your plans and attend, it'll be worth it.
Setting themselves up for a huge 2014, Black Butter Records is set to release their compilation album, '# One', this Tuesday (December 10). The label, which discovered 2013 favorites Rudimental, as well as backing Jessie Ware's early music, is now showcasing their newer talent, who will surely be making waves in 2014. The album is a strong effort, with records ranging from soul-infused pop to full-fledged electronic, there's a bit of everything for everyone. Featured on the album is a wide array of artists, from Woz to Kidnap Kid, and even a record from Rudimental to close the album out. This debut effort from Black Butter is an ambitious, stage-setting compilation, that showcases the talent, as well as the golden ears at the label. Every song on the project has replay value, and the overall project is one that works for various settings, whether in clubs, house parties, or even just casual listening. 'Black Butter # One' is a must-have for people looking for some great new music to end the year off with, and the quality is so good, you'll be playing it right into next year.
Be sure to grab your copy of 'Black Butter # One' on December 10.
EDC is returning to NYC this upcoming Memorial Day weekend (May 24 & 25 2014), as information about the third annual event has been revealed today. Taking place at MetLife Stadium for the second straight year, the popular festival will feature multiple stages and attractions, including full-scale carnival ride and theatre performers. The event will be so much more than a music festival, with non-stop entertainment and surrounding landmarks to make the EDC experience an unforgettable one. Ticket for EDC go on sale Wednesday, December 11, with prices starting at $199 for two-day general admission tickets.
For more information about EDC, and to see full list of prices and amenities, click here.
TomorrowWorld has been talked about so much that it doesn't even feel like it was three whole months ago. But within this time, the theatrical After Movie for the epic event was created and has now been released to the public. For those who were there, it will be the best possible way to relive the event, and for those who weren't, it will prompt you to buy your ticket to next year's event as soon as possible. The TomorrowWorld team never fails to impress with their impeccable production, and the quaility of this video only lives up to that reputation. So sit back, and enjoy the recap of one of 2013's biggest festivals.
In relation to this - for its 10th Year Celebration, TomorrowLand, is taking the event to a whole new level by making the its 2014 festival a 2-weekend event. Spanning from July 18 - 20 and July 25 - 27, TomorrowLand will have its biggest event to date. Check out the announcement video below.
R.Kelly’s sexually charged Black Panties is pretty much the dream soundtrack for any porn film. R. Kelly likes to think he’ll contribute to next year’s population with his baby-making, R&B songs, but where this album lacks in romance, it over compensates in raunch.
The 13 track album, featuring collaborations with Kelly Rowland, Ludacris, Jeezy, and 2 Chainz, has a few standout tracks, that may or may not be because of the absolute ridiculous lyrics about vaginas, cookies, and making funny faces in a mirror because it's fun. The songs could be instant classics depending on your level of prudeness.
It's that time of the year again- the Grammys have finally announced the 2014 nominees for its 56th annual awards ceremony, which will air live on January 26th. To no surprise, but very much deserved, Daft Punk have scored four nominations in the following categories: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, and Best Dance/Electronica Album.
Having already won six Grammys, Skrillex has stepped aside to allow artists such as Disclosure, Pretty Lights, Duke Dumont, and Armin van Buuren a shot at winning the prestigious award. 2014 will also see the return of past nominees Calvin Harris and Kaskade, who will be at heads with one another in both "dance" categories.