Since it's June release, Tiesto’s A Town Called Paradise has enjoyed massive success. Singles off the album "Red Lights" and "Wasted (featuring Matthew Koma)" have been played at the world's biggest festivals over the summer, as well as clubs everywhere; insomuch they have both achieved RIAA certified Gold status. Knowing this much, there is no doubt that the third track released, "Light Years Away (Featuring DBX)," will also be received warmly.
The video takes places in a far away galaxy, and follows the unlikely pairing of a robot and female as they search for any indications of organic life. It seems as though the female character is yearning for something from the past, almost blind to the loyalty and allegiance given by her companion. To see the beautiful way the video ends, you'll just have to watch for yourself.
After making a name for himself via a number of free downloads and receiving some serious air time from Trance star Morgan Page, electro house producer Axen brings the goods with his opening single for Basik Rkrds this week. An artist who dabbles in an array of genres, a simple scroll through this up and comer's SoundCloud will show that he's confident experimenting in trap, progressive house, big room, and bass. He has teamed up with US producer Invalyd for this newest single, probably best known for the track “Let Your Heart Go” featuring Jonny Rose – which Laidback Luke made a stunning edit of.
All eyes are on Blondtron and Waspy, otherwise known as BnW, who, haling from Vancouver, Canada have just released their newest track, sure to please their ever-growing fan base.
The follow-up to t'Whistle Work', 'I Don't Like It' has a bass vibe and rhythm that's reminiscent of Kid Cudi and Wiz Khalifa. The catchy, high-energy vocals intertwined with the rapid bass make this track worthy club tune. Their unending creative flow shines in this beat, set to be released just 14 days after their last track, 'Whistle Work', whose music video reveals both their sense of humor and propensity for partying.
Stream the track below!
Don't miss out on the party. Grab your tickets to see Bro Safari at The Electric Factory this Saturday! Now an innovative producer; the veteran bassist of hardstep and drum bass group, Evol Intent, has garnered recognition for his trap and dubstep creations heard on notable tracks like "The Drop" and "Scumbag" and, on his latest collaborative album with UFO titled, Animal. Be prepared to really work up a sweat once Safari brings his contagious energy to TEF's dance floor on his continuous "Blackout" tour.
What: Bro Safari At The Electric Factory
When: Saturday, September 20th, 8pm
Where: 421 North, 7th St., Philadelphia, PA
Fiesty pop diva, Lily Allen, brings her most recent tour to the Electric Factory this Friday. The English songstress known for controversial songs like, "F--- You" and "It's Hard Out Here," will treat concert goers to a performance of past hits, as well as new cuts from her third studio album, Sheezus, released in May to positive reception. Although the new LP showcases Allen's growth as a songwriter, her soulful vocals and brash, bold lyrics has not wavered. Tickets are now on sale! Check out additional tour dates here.
Time Warp Festival is celebrating its twentieth anniversary of being a defining feature of the international techno landscape. They’ve launched such techno names as John Digweed and Richie Hawtin and their constantly-changing set up makes for unforgettable, one-of-a-kind weekend.
If you’ve never been able to hit up one of their iconic events in Italy, Holland, Vienna, or Prague, they’ve decided to pop the cork on their China anniversary by bringing the party over here. Their first ever show in North America will be right here in NYC.
Life in Color is headed to DC! If this statement means nothing to you then you obviously aren’t familiar with the biggest paint party on earth. Since 2006, Life in Color has been covering fans in buckets of paint while jamming to high energy music from some of the world’s biggest DJ’s.
As audience members wait to get covered in neon-colored paint, DJ’s mix dance music, there are aerial acts, stilt walkers, contortionists, and fire shows. The momentum gains as fans wait for the grand finale featuring the infamous paint blast in which everybody happily gets drenched in giant buckets of paint. Hundreds of thousands of people come from everywhere to experience this momentous occasion of artistry and camaraderie. We commend those who have tickets, and for those who don’t, there’s always the after party.
What: Life in Color at RFK Stadium Grounds
When: Saturday, September 20th, 6pm
Where: RFK Stadium Grounds, 2400 East Capitol St NE, Washington, DC
After the epic “Life in Color” paint party, nobody wants to go home, right? You need another party! Well, look no further we’ve got the details for the official Life in Color after party in DC. Sure you’ll be covered in paint, but so will everybody else. So, after the paint extravaganza, head over to Echostage, one of DC’s biggest clubs and continue the party. Special guests Firebeatz and Vicetone will be showing off on the tables so be prepared for a good jam session. The Holland based duo has produced beats for artists like Pitbull, Timbaland, Flo Rida, Fatman Scoop, and more. The scene will literally be one of a kind. If you missed the Life in Color paint party, make up for the loss by being present at the after party. It’s only right.
Polish prodigy Bastian Salbart is back with a brand new track, “Kill for the Thrill,” via Be Yourself Music/High Contrast Recordings! Appropriately named, “Kill for the Thrill” starts off kind of creepy, with a sinister trance beat that makes your pulse race. As soon as the minute-mark hits, Salbart delivers a drop like no other, woven with airy, contrasting vocals. It’s terrifyingly awesome! Check out the full track below!