Following one of the most talked about shows at Coachella this year, Pharrel Williams’ musical momentum shows no sign of slowing down with today’s release of his latest video "Marilyn Monroe"
After falling asleep and ending up in a very dream like scene, with very colorful scenery, an assortment of Vivienne Westwood hats, and almost to many gorgeous women (including Kelly Osbourne!), Pharrel pays homage to all the pretty ladies out there.
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The trance-led remix battle between trance-legend Markus Schulz and the formidable EDM duo Grube & Hovsepian makes for a huge and significant club anthem of the indie-pop record.
The official music video for "Fresh" by Jillionaire, Salvatore Ganacci and Sanjin is finally here ladies and gents! The video was shot over the course of a few freezing February days in New York where the crew had to brave the weather. We give a huge round of applause to the sexy female dancers, including Mela Murder, for following the phrase "mind over matter" and twerking in the snow. The team filmed scenes on the rooftop of a building, the Bronx, and The Flat in Brooklyn. Major Lazer's Walshy Fire even made a guest appearance. We promise you'll be shaking your bum after watching this awesome video! Check it out below! #FRESHANTING
Very rare is it that an East-Coast tour can do much to excite this West-Coaster, but at 8pm tonight inside the Rockwood Music Club, all of that is going to change. You may know Jessica Childress from The Voice. You may have stumbled across her and her band tearing the roof off behind the scenes at SXSW. You may have even heard her featured on countless LA-underground tracks as the infamous “Honey Child.” If you haven’t had the chance to take in this neo-soul songstress, now’s your shot, NYC. She’s coming to the Big Apple.
Are you a fan of The Strokes? The Libertines? The Vines? Well, then today is your lucky day! Meet The Living Statues, hailing from the great state of Wisconsin. These throw-backs are going to capture your attention with their retro tunes, old school, dapper-gentlemen-meets-badass style, and overall musical chops.
On May 13th--a few short weeks away--fans of the Pains of Being Pure at Heart will be able to get their hands on the band’s third album, Days of Abandon. However, singles “Simple & Sure” and “Eurydice” are already available for digital purchase.
With Days of Abandon the band introduces both their new record label, Yebo Music, and an updated roster of members. Gone are bassist Alex Naidus and keyboardist Peggy Wang, who were part of the original lineup, along with Kip Berman (guitar and vocals), when the band was founded in 2011. In an interview with Stereogum, Berman says, “Music is my life, but it’s not everyone’s life. So I try to be respectful and grateful of my friends who have taken the time to help me make this happen and if they need time to pursue other things, that’s ok too.”
Coming off of a string of successful bootlegs this year, including one of Lorde’s “Team” and Linkin Park & Steve Aoki’s “A Light that Never Comes,” Matt Dash brings us another track that is just as impressive as the ones before it. His groovy spin on Daddy’s Groove’s “Stellar” takes an unexpected dive for the deep as it veers off from the big room feel of the original. The subtle and charismatic touch of the violin intertwines perfectly with the smoothed out vocals. Make sure you have your dancing shoes on because this is one track that will get your feet moving. Check it out below.
How does that old saying go - "Time flies when you're having fun"? Well, we're pretty sure that's as true as it'll ever be for anyone who has seen or listened to Timeflies. The Bostonian duo composed of producer Rob Reznick and vocalist Cal Shapiro have come a long way since getting started back in 2010. With an album and a string of releases already under their belt, Timeflies' ability to bounce back and forth between rap, pop, and hip-hop without ever sounding out of place or as though they are having an identity crisis has allowed them to hold their own against increasingly generic-sounding artists.
Steve Aoki has forever been on the forefront of the electronic music scene and knows what is going to be cool before it even happens. His futuristic approach to a lot of his work is the reason why he is so well known at this point of his career. With that being said, it is no surprise as to why his upcoming album will be titled Neon Future I, which is releasing on August 12th, 2014. This will be the first part of the Neon Future double album package, with Neon Future II set to come out in 2015.
After what can only be described as a tragedy last summer on Randall's Island, which ultimately saw the cancellation of Electric Zoo's third and final day of performances, Made Event is happy to announce that the New York City's electronic music festival will be returning Labor Day weekend for its sixth year. Electric Zoo has grown exponentially in last five years, and CEOs of Made Event, Mike Bindra and Laura De Palma, intend to see the festival continue to flourish in years to come.
No introduction is really needed here. So here it goes, Hard Summer 2014 has the sickest electronic festival lineup announced so far for this summer. It’s all going down in the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area of Southern California on August 2nd and 3rd, and is set to host over 90 performers on 5 stages in 2 days. This is one hundred and fifty million percent the festival you want to be at this summer.
Set to headline the festival are Jack U (Skrillex + Diplo), Tiesto, Disclosure, Dillon Francis, A$AP Mob, Axwell, Nero and Flosstradamus. Then you have a whole bunch of top notch artists that will be playing throughout the day, like Martin Garrix, Baauer, What So Not, The Chainsmokers, Pusha T, A-Trak, Tchami, Hucci... and the list goes on and on.