On October 7th, via Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, rising EDM star Garmiani will release the single,“Zaza," suitably riotous track packed with infectious hooks.
Garmiani first landed on Dim Mak back last year, where he released his debut EP “Rumble”. That was something of a killer offering for the Swedish producer, and he racked up support for the likes of Knife Party and Hardwell. “Zaza” is certainly not a track that sits quietly – from the offbeat synth chords and suspense-building rhythm throughout, Garmiani has crafted something a unique. The brass-based climax offers a truly refreshing sound to standard dance music breakdowns and is impressively catchy.
This track is sure to head into a comfortable chart position upon release – you can purchase “Zaza” in just under a week.
Cherry Glazerr’s successful Burger Records debut earlier this year with their album, “Haxel Princess,” provided the momentum for their sultry new track, “Had Ten Dollaz,” out October 28th on Suicide Squeeze. “Dollaz” came to music lovers attention in the most unusual of ways: the high school indie band’s tune was hand picked by designer Hedi Slimane to soundtrack Yves Saint Laurent’s Fall 2014 runway show. The track is noticeably bluesier than usual for the young trio - sounding like an Amy Winehouse B-side that inadvertently slipped through the cracks. Frontwoman Clementine Creevy is cool as a cucumber, howling out with conviction, “Well I know that you notice my ways…and I feel, I feel your gaze…” Vicious percussion courtesy of Hannah Uribe blends perfectly with Sean Redman’s chill vibes on bass to create a multilayered masterpiece that provides the perfect foray into a more mature sound. Check out the track below!
Running at ten tracks deep, the album is rife with hard beats, versatile production and a few collaborations thrown in for good measure; most notably his collab with fellow dubstep star Datsik and the legendary Ragga Twins.
"Zipper" is a rip roaring bass workout while "Imprint", featuring Tkay Maidza, switches up the vibe with its trap/hip hop hybrid beats and lyrics. Then there's the first single from the LP "Hellcat", a fusion of dubstep synths centered around big room house tempos, again showing the diversity of MUST DIE's production. Switching into other themes are tracks such as "Star Throne", "Feather" and "Together."
Halloween is only about a month away now, and with that comes the first North American stop of the I Am Hardwell World Tour. After revealing the full list of North American tour dates, which includes a stop at Madison Square Garden in New York City on November 15th, by hijacking nine jumbotrons in Times Square for what was easily one of the coolest tour announcements ever, the hype and anticipation for the arrival of Hardwell to the states has been immense, with fans making a mad scramble to track down tickets by whatever means necessary. Considering how early on the tour was announced this summer, we figured it might be high time to remind you why finding your way to an I Am Hardwell World Tour date is the definition of a good idea.
Prince is back again; but this time he is offering two albums for fans to enjoy. Today, the legendary R&B musician released Art Official Age, his 34th studio album, as well as Plectrumelectrum, a collaborative project with his female band, 3rd Eye Girl. But that's not all that the 'Breakdown' singer has in store. This evening, both Prince and 3rd Eye Girl, will appear on the Live Nation Channel via Yahoo at 9:30pm CT/10:30pm ET for the live stream of their 'PLECTRUMELECTRUMARTOFFICIALAGE' album release party. Prince lovers around the world will be able to get an exclusive behind the scenes glance at his Minnesota studio complex in Paisley Park where many of his greatest hits were created. The live stream can be viewed from your PC or from your mobile using the Yahoo Screen app. Get a listen of Art Official Age and Plectrumelectrum below.
Steve Aoki has managed to keep his name on the tip of everyone's tongues this year, titillating the masses with intermittent singles here and there, ultimately leading up to the release of Neon Future I, which finally hit stores, shelves, and digital retailers today, September 30th. Making its debut at #1 on the iTunes Dance Chart, and in the top 10 on the overall chart, Neon Future I does not disappoint, and how could it given the stellar individual releases that preceded it?
Pharell Williams' compass leads him on an international quest to find his 'It Girl.' In the vivid Japanese inspired anime visual for the single, the 'Come Get It Bae' singer finds himself on the beach as a character of a video game amongst a group of babes donning bikinis. In another scene, Williams takes the form of the game's narrator with a life size animated illustration of himself whilst various items, places and international flags, that signify his journey in traveling the world to find his love provides the backdrop. Everything about this video screams 'love freely' and 'have fun doing it,' but you don't have to take our word for it. Check out the video below.
As of this Saturday, October 4th, the sheer glory that is Noise vs Beauty will finally make its mark on New York City as Bassnectar comes to Madison Square Garden for what we can only imagine will be the biggest, baddest, and loudest show to setup shop in the arena. Besides the utter madness that seems to follow long-haired bass god, Lorin aka Bassnectar, everywhere, the Bass Center VIII lineup also includes acts like Big Gigantic, Paper Diamond, and Rusko, who according to Twitter, has something very special planned:
The importance of Fedde Le Grand calling his weekly radio show the Dark Light Sessions might be lost on most people, but if you pay attention to his productions, it's pretty easy to see how well Dark Light Sessions seems to describe his overall style. Capable of creating music on either side of the heavy/light dividing line, Fedde Le Grand is easily one of dance music's most versatile and talented artists, as is showcased by his career achievements thus far.
The eighth annual Bear Creek Music & Art Festival will once again return to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park on November 13th – 16th, bringing with it a unique, never-before-seen collaboration of headliners. The exclusive performance will feature Black Crowes lead singer Chris Robinson, Soulive (comprised of Eric Krasno, Alan Evans and Neal Evans), The Shady Horns (Eric Bloom and Ryan Zoidis of Lettuce) and a multitude of special surprise guests. Called Chris Robinson’s Soulive Revue, this collaborative performance is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The most famous arena in the world, Madison Square Garden is where legends are made. And on Saturday night, dance music legend, Eric Prydz set the bar for high-end electronic music productions around the world. EPIC 3.0 wasn’t only an amazing, well-choreographed show, it was a once in a lifetime experience.
Eric Prydz in Concert, or EPIC, is already known as one of the best dance music productions in the world, so it was no surprise when news broke that version 3.0 at MSG would not only be the biggest one yet, but also the longest at 3 hours. Prydz and his team have actually lost money on producing past EPIC shows to keep ticket prices low for fans. He went even deeper in the red this time to deliver on his word, and deliver he did.