Bastian Salbart Releases Remix of Sied van Riel & Alicia Madison's

Polish prodigy Bastian Salbart has gone to the dark side with his remix of "Gravity" by Sied van Riel feat. Alicia Madison! Better known as a producer of propulsive, high-energy bangers, Salbart took this one in another direction altogether, and the result is inspired. Multilayered synths accompany gentle guitars for a heavy-hitting build-up before dropping into a cataclysmic breakdown of epic proportions. Turn up your speakers and press play below!

Porter Robinson Sheds More Light On

With only 2 weeks left until the official release date of his debut album, Worlds, Porter Robinson has revealed yet another track off the album, and 'Flicker' is every bit as illuminating of his artistic individuality and integrity as the three singles that have preceded it. Premiered by Vogue on Monday, July 28th, 'Flicker' actually made its unofficial debut as part of Porter Robinson's 2-hour Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 earlier this summer, though few people, if any, knew what it was at the time.

Gareth Emery Presents 'Drive - An American Road Trip' Tour

It's almost time to take another ride with Gareth Emery in support of his latest album, Drive. During the final leg of this album tour, inspired by Emery's 3000 mile excursion along Old Route 66, Emery will drive to and from some of the shows, making a point to stop in many of the places he didn't hit earlier this year.

The Hudson Project 2014

The first time is always the hardest. On July 11th, the Hudson Project debuted for its first weekend ever, and while the new and unique festival did suffer its fair share of issues and setbacks, there is still much to be said about what the Hudson Project did right, especially with regards to the music in attendance. No one gets anything perfectly right the first time, and even today, some of the biggest and most well established festivals in the world are still experiencing their own problems every now and again, so while the Hudson Project didn’t go exactly according to plan, it’s important to remember what we all went there for: the music. Excluding the third day of the festival, which was cut short as a result of inclement weather, the Hudson Project had a wide variety of acts and artists on its lineup, none of which disappointed us in the slightest.

Neon Gold's Popshop: Lemaitre at The Westway

Even before any of the acts began their performance, Lemaitre showed their presence. As people began entering The Westway, some oohed at the duo’s light up three dimensional polygon that was already assembled on stage, some shouted out in excitement instantly recognizing Lemaitre’s signature icon, and a few others drunkenly yelled about how it was a secret alien robot come to destroy us all.

Tomboy welcomed the night with Sarah Aumont on vocals while her partner, William Shore, rocked a few different instruments throughout the course of the show. Though their set was quite short, only playing a few sets, they really managed to showcase their talent, getting the entire crowd to gently moving around to their tracks.

Weekend Pick:Thomas Gold at Governors Island and Pacha NYC August 2nd!

Listen up Thomas Gold fans, because today is a very important day for two reasons. First, Thomas Gold's brand new track with Borgeous, 'Beast,' was released today, July 14th, on Spinnin Records. This monstrous single, which you can listen to below, first saw the light of day during Thomas Gold's set at EDC NY, and after teasing its way around the dance music community, its finally out and ready to take a bite out of unsuspecting listeners everywhere.

Review: Rusko's "!" EP

Rusko's new "!" EP is exactly the kind of fresh-faced fun dance music needs. After a year long hiatus from the scene, Rusko returns with a 5-track release that doesn't subscribe to any kind of genre specific label, but instead creates the most unlikely yet undeniably satisfying combinations of sound and style.

Giveaway: LOSE IT! Fridays with 3LAU at Pacha NYC

This week, Pacha's LOSE IT! Fridays weekly party invites and welcomes everyone to step in 3LAU'S HAUS. Only a few years ago, Justin Blau started making a name for himself in the dance music community by masterfully mashing up tracks and banging out bootlegs of popular songs so as to fit better into his lightning quick mixing and energetic sets. Now, a master of his craft, 3LAU has made his way onto many of the biggest stages in the world, including both Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas and EDC NY. This Friday night, 3LAU finally makes his Pacha NYC debut, and anyone who's ever stepped into 3LAU'S HAUS before can assume just how wild and crazy it's going to be.

Weekend Pick: Popeska at SLAKE

This Friday, Popeska, the artist who, by the end of the week will have already released more music in one month than many artists do in a year, will be taking the stage at SLAKE in New York City. Wrapping up his #OneTrackADay initiative this Thursday, Popeska's appearance at SLAKE fits in perfectly with "MORE is never enough" theme that reigns supreme during the venue's weekly Friday event.

Album Review: Life in Static

Static; it’s noisy, annoying, irritating, and distracting. So how do you combat it? Pop Punk, alternative rock band, Larusso, has the answer with their new full-length CD set to release August 15th entitled Life in Static! Inspired by such bands as Blink 182, Yellowcard, and Anberlin, these guys have grown in popularity, making them a sound to look out for on the music scene. And, already boasting an extensive catalog of EP’s and LP’s, the band hopes to continue their success with this new album.

Currently on their “Don’t Call It a Comeback Tour,” this perfectly timed album speaks to fans directly about overcoming obstacles and rising above downfalls, such things the band has taken pride in standing for. The lead single, “The Voice,” sets the tone for such a message and has an empowering sound that fits well into the rest of the album. If you want a great listen and a fan of alternative rock from a band with a message check out Life in Static!

Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and Ty Dolla $ign Hops On New Track For Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Video

Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and, Ty Dolla $ign collaborate with producers, Kill The Noise and Madsonik on "Shell Shocked," a new single enlisted on the soundtrack for the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film set to be debut in movie theaters, August 8th via Paramount Pictures and Nickolodeon Movies. On the track, Khalifa, J and Dolla $ign, who are all huge fans of TMNT, drop solid bars about the brotherhood shared by the anthropomorphic turtles, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael, as well as a warning to enemies that they are not to be messed with. The colorful lyric visual which commensurates with the timing of the lyrical flow delivered by Khalifa and his Taylor Gang crew, is directed by internet guru, Pizzaslime. The video, also illustrated by Baka and designed by John Hwang, displays animated illustrations of soaring pepperoni pizzas, turtles versus the world, orange Lamborghinis that embodies the personality of Michelangelo, and every other type of Ninja Turtle memorabilia that exudes turtle power. The single "Shell Shock," is currently available on iTunes for purchase. Check out the visual for "Shell Shocked" below.