NMF Roundup: Dillon Francis remixes Saweetie, Mat Zo unveils ‘Emotion Sickness’ + more

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NMF Roundup: Dillon Francis remixes Saweetie, Mat Zo unveils ‘Emotion Sickness’ + moreDillon Francis Gerald Rave Jungle

It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

Dillon Francis pumps his fans up this NMF with a remix of Saweetie’s “My Type,” and Mat Zo reveals his long-anticipated “Emotion Sickness.” Lane 8 showcases another brilliant single in “Sunday Song,” and Lost Kings, Sevyn Streeter and Luh Kel get the party started with “LA & The Parties.” Matt Lange and Kerry Leva reveal their blissful collaboration, “Every Word,” and Vincent and Naderi waste no time on their new powerful single, “Wasted Time.” Spooky dubstep returns for October in Figure and Dubscribe’s “The Phantom of the Opera,” and Chris Lorenzo tries his hand at drum ‘n’ bass production in “Take Me as I Am.” MitiS and RUNN craft a gorgeous soundscape on “Shattered,” and Chrome Sparks remixes Whethan and The Knocks’ “Summer Luv.” Dash Berlin shines on a new remix of Myon and ICON’s “Cold Summer,” and Morgan Page, Matt Fax, and Lissie take “The Longest Road To The Ground.” TroyBoi gets intense on his new single, “The Truth,” and Armin van Buuren and Cimo Frankel offer a dreamy trance collaboration, “All Comes Down.”

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

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HARD Summer drops 2019 roster, featuring Alison Wonderland, Tchami, Kid Cudi, RL Grime, and more

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HARD Summer drops 2019 roster, featuring Alison Wonderland, Tchami, Kid Cudi, RL Grime, and moreHard Summer Mainstage Dusk

HARD Events’ hallmark, HARD Summer will return to Fontana Speedway this August for its 12th year of multifarious musical mayhem.

The SoCal staple’s 2019 lineup is colorful and cold-blooded as ever, bringing major players primarily from electronic and bolstered by hip-hop. From the former of these realms comes Alison Wonderland, Major Lazer, Dillon Francis, and a seemingly interminable length of others. And from the crest of HARD Summer’s rap/hip-hop current brings Kid Cudi, Juice WRLD, Sheck Wes, and more.

This year running the weekend of August 3-4, HARD Summer has long lived as a source of sonic foreshadowing of talent, particularly in the electronic space, showcasing acts like Skrillex and Diplo ahead of their rises to super stardom. Tickets to HARD Summer go on sale Friday, April 26 at 9 am PST. Additional festival information can be found here.

HARD Summer Music Festival 2019 Lineup:

12th Planet

Alison Wonderland

AMOK (Will Clarke + Sian)

Andre Power

Anna Lunoe

Anti Up

Armani White

A-trak b2b YehMe2

BAYNK

Benda

Black Caviar

Blanke

Blesst

Cam Girl

Candy Rain

Claude VonStroke

Dack Janiels

Dateless b2b Lucati

Diablo

Diesel (Shaquille O’Neal)

Dillon Francis

DJDS

Dom Dolla

Dombresky

Dreamdoll

Droeloe

Duke Dumont

Excision b2b NGHTMRE

Flux Pavilion b2b Netsky

Flosstradamus b2b 4B

G Herbo

G-Rex

Gammer

Ghastly

Graves

GRAVEDGR

Habstrakt

Hekler

Herobust

Hucci

Jessie Reyez

JPEGMAFIA

Juice WRLD

Justin Martin

KAIVON

Kasbo

Kayzo

Kid Cudi

Kill the Noise

Kyle Watson

Lauren Lane

LICK
Lil Mosey

Lil TJay

Loco Dice

LP GIOBBI

MadeinTYO

Major Lazer

Monki

Moon Boots

Ms. Mada

Mustard

Noizu

OMNOM

OOKAY (Live)

Rick Trainor

RL Grime

Robotaki

Sheck Wes

Shlohmo

SOSUPERSAM

Soulja Boy

Space Jesus

Subset

Subtronics b2b Dirt Monkey

Tommy Genesis

VNSSA

What So Not

Whethan

Young Franco

Yultron

ZHU b2b Tchami

Zia

?? ????? b2b ?????

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Ghastly and G-Rex team up for pulsing bass track ‘Heretic’

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Ghastly and G-Rex team up for pulsing bass track ‘Heretic’G RE Ghastly

Ghastly released his debut thirteen-track album in early 2018, but that hasn’t stopped him from remaining rampant on the release front in the time since. To kick off 2019, Ghastly has teamed up with up-and-comer G-Rex for a thunderous new collaboration, “Heretic.” It is the duo’s first production linkage, with the aftermath seeing Ghastly test his abilities among the free-form bass movement. The result is the gritty and unorthodox “Heretic,” in all its bass-infused glory.

“Heretic” is comprised of vibrating synths, separated by chanting vocals and eerie melodies that give way to powerful bass breaks. The track will fit right into both producers’ hard-hitting live performances, and it is a worthy addition to the bass producers’ collection of heavy releases. For those looking to see Ghastly perform the track live, he’s set to spin in Kansas City on Jan 12.

NMF Roundup: Seven Lions, Wooli, Trivecta, and Nevve kick off 2019 with a mega collab, Lost Kings deliver fresh EP, Hardwell teams up with JGUAR + more

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NMF Roundup: Seven Lions, Wooli, Trivecta, and Nevve kick off 2019 with a mega collab, Lost Kings deliver fresh EP, Hardwell teams up with JGUAR + moreSevenlions.da 24 Of 44

It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With a refreshing amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today on the first NMF of 2019, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

Perhaps one of the biggest releases of today is a mega collaboration from Seven Lions, Wooli, Trivecta, and Nevve called “Island,” which is packed with cascading melodies and powerfully emotive beats. Lost Kings have also arrived in full force, releasing their Paper Crowns EP, which is headed up by “Don’t Kill My High” with Wiz Khalifa and Social House. mau5trap has released their We Are Friends, Vol. 8 compilation, which features 35 tracks from some of the label’s best rising acts, including i_o, ATTLAS, No Mana, and more. Hardwell kicks off his 2019 releases with “Being Alive” with JGUAR, and Sofi Tukker delivers four remixes for “Benadryl,” including a breezy take from TOKiMONSTA. Ghastly and G-Rex have joined forces on the formidable “Heretic,” and Tom Staar puts a grooving twist on Oliver Heldens‘ “Fire In My Soul.” 3LAU taps the talents of vocalist Carly Paige on his newest, “Would You Understand,” and Galantis‘ “Emoji” gets a rework from BEAUZ in their new remix pack.

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

Introducing Lunar Lunes: DA’s new weekly SoundCloud playlist

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Introducing Lunar Lunes: DA’s new weekly SoundCloud playlistLunar Lunes E1540831560592

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes will be a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

This week’s Lunar Lunes is highlighted by 25 new tunes from artists like Wolfgang Gartner, i_o and No Mana, CURBI, Luca Lush, and many more. Win and Woo channel warm summer days in their latest, “Satisfied.” Black Coffee and Aquatone have remixed AGORIA’s “Embrace” to craft a mellow, peaceful environment. Melodic dubstep aficionado Au5 tackles Celldweller’s “Eon” in an interesting turn of events. Justin Caruso taps Jake Miller for a pop-friendly original, “Don’t Know You” on Big Beat Records. Ephwurd teams up with ATRIP to sample Beastie Boys’ iconic “Ch-Check It Out” in a bass-laden house track. Jaenga melds dubstep and elements of drum & bass in his take on Zeds Dead and 1000 Volts’ “Kill Em.”

The selection will be updated every Lunes (Monday).

Ghastly drops his hardest track of the year, fittingly titled ‘This Song Scares People’

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Ghastly drops his hardest track of the year, fittingly titled ‘This Song Scares People’Ghastly2017

Earlier this year, Ghastly dropped his 13 track debut album titled The Mystifying Oracle, and apparently he’s kept the pedal to the floor in the studio since. Ghastly back again new track, and it might just be his hardest release of the year. The title of the new original cut, aptly dubbed, “This Song Scares People,” is certainly a worthy name for the ominous new tune. The LA-based artist is known for his hard-hitting sonic style, but this track will add an even heavier dynamic to his live sets with its frenzied bass assault.

Ghastly — known equally for his dark aesthetic as he for his complex, multi-layered set list weapons, often capped by menacing synthwork and stirring vocal accents, falls right on brand with “This Song Scares People.” And based on the new track’s title alone, this one is certainly not a listen for the faint of heart.

Stream HARD Summer 2018 sets from Diplo & Dillon Francis, Marshmello, Mija, and more

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Stream HARD Summer 2018 sets from Diplo & Dillon Francis, Marshmello, Mija, and moreHard Summer

HARD Summer 2018 has come and gone — the festival’s first year without founder of the HARD brand Gary Richards (a.k.a. Destructo) at the helm — and all seemed to go as planned. Recruiting some of today’s top talent in house, future bass, dubstep, and hip-hop, the weekend featured some powerhouse back-to-back sets from Dillon Francis & Diplo, Zeds Dead & Jauz, and A-Trak & Baauer. Travis Scott celebrated the release of his new album, Astroworld, and Mija dropped another set that completely embodies her “Fk A Genre” mantra.

With more sets from Marshmello, Ghastly, Louis the Child, and others, this weekend marked the beginning of a new chapter for the HARD organization. Check out some of the top sets of the weekend below.

Diplo b2b Dillon Francis:

Travis Scott:

Zeds Dead b2b Jauz:

A-Trak b2b Baauer:

Marshmello:

Mija:

Louis The Child:

Ghastly:

Big Wild:

Slushii:

 

Marshmello launches gaming series, live from his Mello Cave every Friday

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Marshmello launches gaming series, live from his Mello Cave every FridayMaresdefault

Marshmello has become widely know for his vibrant music that bounces with his signature saw bass and catchy melodies, but there is more to the man behind this mask.

In the past months, Marshmello has been flaunting his talents outside of music whether it be in the form of a cooking show or teaming up with Fortnite masters such as Ninja. With more and more celebrities joining in the gaming scene, Marshmello now decides to create his own show where he will play a slew of games in his Mello Cave with other celebrities and gamers alike.

He will host a new episode every Friday on his YouTube channel, and in the preview below teases episodes of Rock Band with Jauz, Slushii and Ghastly, to FIFA, and even some Grand Theft Auto.

NGHTMRE previews new collaboration with The Chainsmokers

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NGHTMRE has had a stream of high-profile collaborations in the past year with the likes of Dillon Francis and Ghastly, proving there’s no stopping him. The LA-based producer played a collaboration he has coming out with The Chainsmokers during his EDC Las Vegas set. The track showcases a different direction for both NGHTMRE and The Chainsmokers, with Drew Taggart‘s vocals falling into a dirty drop. The Chainsmokers have been leaning pop as of late, while NGHTMRE is known for his kicking bass drops.

No information has been released about the track name or release date, but fans attending an upcoming Chainsmokers or NGHTMRE show can expect to hear it played. Fans can listen to the new track starting at 14:35 of NGHTMRE’s set on Mixcloud.

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Ghastly drops his debut album and it was worth the wait

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Ghastly fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of his debut full-length album, and now the wait is over. Titled The Mystifying Oracle, the twelve track compilation is full of the artist’s signature bass funk style with a few surprises placed throughout.

Tracks that were released before the full album release are “Black Mamba,” “Fake U Out,” “Lemme See U” with Crankdat, “LSD,” and the original version of “Geisha.” Other highlights of the album include rap infused “Everybody” featuring Sam King and “I’ll Wait” which has been transformed from its original version with Shaylen‘s vocal mix.

In celebration of his final single release with Crankdat off of the album “Lemme See U,” DA played “Do it or don’t do it?” with both artists, cementing Ghastly’s odd charm with his array of absolutely random answers.