Only one year after debuting at #30 in DJ Mag's Top 100 poll, becoming the youngest ‘Highest New Entry’ artist to ever appear, Dyro has put out an absolutely explosive preview for his next single 'Wolv.'
Thirty-one seconds may not be much, but that's all Dyro need to mesmerize you with the intense futuristic graphics before absolutely blowing your mind, exploding into a high energy drop that leaves you staring at the screen wondering if that actually just happened.
It's only Wednesday, but we all know that each and every one of you is already more than 'Ready For The Weekend,' and what better way to distract ourselves from the fact that it isn't Friday than by listening to a snippet of the newest collaboration from R3hab and Nervo?
After premiering the track during R3hab's mainstage set at Tomorrowland this past weekend, R3hab and Nervo finally give us all a taste of the new song. 'Ready For The Weekend' certainly isn't the first time these two acts have worked together, and something tells us this certainly won't be the last.
Pharell Williams’ delivers the visual to “Come Get It Bae." The video is generally consistent with the tone of Williams’ latest album, G I R L as well as the video to other single, “Marilyn Monroe” in celebrating feminine beauty, freedom and, individuality. The scene plays out in Williams' studio as a bevy of women of various, ages, sizes and, ethnicities audition for a part in Williams’ video whilst having fun, dancing and just being themselves as he shoots the footage. Miley Cyrus makes a brief appearance amidst the liberating celebration, clad in cutoff jeans, pink accessories and a jacket bearing the embroidered logo of a pink spider. Cyrus wastes no time in strutting her stuff and holds a happy face cup that she pours sugar into; an apparent head nod to Williams’ award winning single, “Happy." Take a look at the euphoria induced visual below.
Step aside Flume, because Diplo's new remix of Lorde's 'Tennis Court' is definitely a winner. Two months after previewing the remix with a very interesting selfie Instagram video, Diplo finally gives us a full look at the track just one week before the official release of his album Random White Dude Be Everywhere. In just one day, the song has already managed to reach over half a million listens on Soundcloud, and it's easy to tell why. Complete with super smooth basslines and a groovy yet melodic trap breakdown, Diplo's remix of 'Tennis Court' is very downtempo, chilled out track that still makes you wanna get up and dance.
With unforgettable aesthetics to match the alluring beat associated with the hit single “Hey Boo,” the video for the Farroutt track was nothing less than expected. The leading lady looked flawless as she graced the screen in her floor length gown.
As her voice commands the video, there wasn’t a need for much else to look at. However, the director did an excellent job with the subtle visuals to complement Phyllisia’s powerful vocals. Her onscreen love interest was an excellent addition to the video. Their chemistry was impeccable, and perfectly matched with the ambience of the song.
Are you a budding trance listener, unsure of where exactly to start with this vast genre? Or maybe a seasoned veteran, scouring the internet for the best upcoming music in the business? Well say no more. Thanks to Goodgreef and Black Hole Recordings you can now get your hands on over 50 tracks and remixes, quite neatly put together into three professionally-made mixes by producers and DJs Jordan Buckley, Craig Connelly and Photographer.
With three very different mixes from three diverse and interesting artists, you can be sure to experience hours of new and exciting music from all over the trance spectrum. This three-disc mix collection boasts songs from Aly & Fila, Gareth Emery and Krewella, Moor, Gabriel & Dresden, Alex M.O.R.P.H., and dozens more, making "Goodgreef Future Trance" a must-listen.
It has been quite the year thus far for electronic synth-rock trio, The Glitch Mob. The group's sophomore full-length album, Love Death Immortality, debuted at #13 and was named the #1 Independent Album + Dance/Electronic Album on Billboard's Top 200. Featuring vicious hits like 'Mind of a Beast,' 'Can't Kill Us,' which was recently included in the Sin City 2 trailer, and 'Our Demons' featuring Aja Volkman, Love Death Immortality stands out as one of the most unique and intriguing albums of the year, much like The Glitch Mob themselves, who exist in their own specific niche within the electronic music community as a result of their immensely creative approaches to both producing and performing.
We've got good news, and bad news. The bad news is, as most, if not everyone expected, HARD Summer 2014 is officially sold out. Now in its seventh year, HARD Summer is set to take place Saturday, August 2nd, and Sunday, August 3rd, at the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area in Los Angeles, with an epic lineup that includes headliners Jack U, Axwell, Flosstradamus, Tiesto, Disclosure, Dillon Francis, Nero, and the A$AP Mob.
It may be slightly hyperbolic to say that Gemini is one of the most underrated producers off all time, but we don't care and we're just gonna go ahead and say it anyways.
Last August, Gemini promised fans "new music is imminent." Eleven months and only one absolutely fantastic remix later, we are finally blessed with a brand new track that (almost) makes up for the excruciatingly long and seemingly endless months we've spent waiting. His latest remix, a fresh take on Laura Welsh's 'Break The Fall' instantly reminds us of why we fell so deeply in love with Gemini in the first place. Smooth and melodic dubstep may seem like an oxymoron, but Gemini manages to perfect the sound and flawlessly execute it in his latest two remixes.
This week, Joonbug.com has partnered with Italian-born Swiss sensation EDX to bring you the exclusive stream of his weekly global podcast radioshow, No Xcuses. In this episode, EDX combines some of his favorite new music from the likes of CLMD, Sick Individuals, and Tom Swoon, as well as a few promotional tracks, with productions like 'Make Me Feel Good,' and his remix of 'Weapon' by Cazzette, to create an hour long mix that is just too good to resist.
Ever since announcing the breakup of Swedish House Mafia almost two years ago, Steve Angello has been hard at work crafting and experimenting with new sounds for his debut solo album Wild Youth.
''Wasted Love' is our very own first little sneak peek at what the iconic Swedish producer has been cooking up. Though everyone knew to expect very big things from anything that had the Angello name on it, the premiere of 'Wasted Love' definitely surprised listeners in the best way possible. “I wanted to find a great balance between dance and indie, and I kind of held back a lot just to create that moment where it’s about the melodies and the songs,” Angello told Rolling Stone in an interview about the new album, and his new direction. "I've been really interested by in the live music perspective – rather than just electronic – because I want it to feel alive."