Good Morning Mix: Ride shotgun as Hotel Garuda takes listeners for an eclectic ride on new Diplo & Friends mix

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Good Morning Mix: Ride shotgun as Hotel Garuda takes listeners for an eclectic ride on new Diplo & Friends mixHG PS

Hotel Garuda makes his debut on Diplo & Friends with a genre-bending mix that takes the listener through an unconventional journey showcasing his eclectic sound palette. The duo, until recently was halved by Manila Killa, though now stands tall as a solo effort championed by Candle Weather.

Through the hour-long effort, groovy undertones meet indie alternative accents. While the mix is undoubtedly electronic, the drops are sparing, energizing the listener for the lyrically led minutes to come.

The artist notes on his Soundcloud, “I’ve been a listener of this show since the very start, and the mixes I’ve heard over the years have influenced my DJing and production as much as going to shows and finding new music. “

Hotel Garuda recently completed a tour with renowned DJ/producer Jai Wolf. Fans looking to catch a mix from him live can view the full tour and ticketing information here.

Photo Credit: Jordan Douglas

Voodoo brings electronic to New Orleans with Bassnectar, REZZ, ZHU, Jai Wolf, Peekaboo + more

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Voodoo brings electronic to New Orleans with Bassnectar, REZZ, ZHU, Jai Wolf, Peekaboo + moreVoodoo 2018 Katrina Barber C3 Press

Another installment of New Orleans festival Voodoo has officially arrived, bringing 65-plus acts across diverse genres together for one jam-packed Halloween weekend. Taking place in New Orleans’ City Park on the Festival Grounds during weekend of October 25-27, the music and arts experience has attracted more than 2000 artists to play since its 1999 debut. Voodoo’s programming traditionally focused on rock and punk artists, having hosted Marilyn Manson, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Duran Duran, Nine Inch Nails—to name a few. However, over the past years Voodoo Fest has notably expanded their roster to an eclectic curation of genres; electronic has undeniably crept in as a prominent one.

This year, Voodoo welcomes headliners Guns N’ Roses, Post Malone, and Beck while simultaneously featuring big electronic acts including Bassnectar, ZHU, REZZ, The Glitch Mob, Big Gigantic, and more. Newcomers disrupting the scene like WHIPPED CREAM, Elohim, Peekaboo, and k?d also grace the lineup.

GA three-day tickets start at $140 and go on sale at 10 a.m. CST June 6. See the full lineup below and purchase tickets here.

Voodoo brings electronic to New Orleans with Bassnectar, REZZ, ZHU, Jai Wolf, Peekaboo + moreVoodoo 2019

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Premiere: Shae District create melodic euphoria in new EP, ‘Things We Were Raised By’

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With the arrival of their new EP, Things We Were Raised By, Shae District execute their return to the electronic release ring toting a freshly developed sonic aesthetic that veers in a direction distinctly different from that of their previous efforts. The shift in overall sound that is perceptible on Things We Were Raised By is as much a recommencement of Shae District’s musical production as it is a redefinition of artistic identity. And as a delve into the six-track showing evinces, Things We Were Raised By is cohesive collection of individual cuts that seamlessly fade into each other, to form one fluid whole.

The EP was led by debut single, “Semsilia,” a melodic introduction to the Things We Were Raised By soundscape. An undulating, rhythmic beat sustained by bass, “Semsilia” surfaced as a buoyant number that easily lent itself to listener head bobbing. “Semsilia” appears as the third of the six EP inclusions.

Slated to release in full May 31, Things We Were Raised By opens with the cinematic mellifluousness of the aptly titled beginning song, “Intro.” The sparkling tones that characterize the gossamer sound that permeates the EP are well represented on the succeeding track, “Tangerine,” which also happens to be the most vocally oriented cut on the EP aside from the EP’s finale, “Sword and the Stone.” Listeners who delight in multi-instrumental arrangements will alight upon the johnnycola-assisted “Blossom” as an emblem of Shae District’s acute ear for interweaving multiple musical elements.

Things We Were Raised By is in homage to all of the people who’ve impacted our lives on our journey to get where we are now” said Shae District constituent, Andrew Parpart. “[The EP] is also a nod to the artists who continue to inspire us,” Parpart added, citing ODESZA, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Jai Wolf, ZHU, and Tycho as key influences.

The second half of Shae District, Debjit Das visualizes Things We Were Raised By as an electronic growing experience, particularly in the songwriting sense. “[The EP] is a transition from pure production and Doing [alone] to […] learning more about songwriting,” Das told Dancing Astronaut. Das specified closing cut, “Sword and the Stone” as the “first very personal song” to emerge from the duo’s studio.

It’s about loss and learning to live with loss, something that we both experienced deeply and on multiple occasions in 2018.

-D

Things We Were Raised By follows Shae District’s 2017 outing alongside Jai Wolf.

Photo credit: Shae District/Facebook

Splash House shares stellar June 2019 lineup topped by Justice, A-Trak, Jai Wolf, Armand Van Helden and more

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Splash House shares stellar June 2019 lineup topped by Justice, A-Trak, Jai Wolf, Armand Van Helden and moreAlice MoitieÌ Credit Justice Press Shot

Splash House is back, programming a top-notch lineup for the poolside function’s 2019 iteration. This year, Goldenvoice roped together a complementary blend of dance icons and the moment’s current wave makers—pairing acts like Justice, Jai Wolf, A-Trak, Pete Tong, Medasin, CRAY, and Armand Van Helden together on one of the most colorful billings of the year.

Additionally, AC Slater, Dom Dolla, Troyboi, Dusky, Shiba San, and more round out Splash House’s June 7 – 9 run. Splayed out across four luxurious Palm Springs’ venues—The Renaissance, Riviera, Saguaro Hotels, and the the Palm Springs Air Museum—Splash House as reinvented the typical festival model over the years, and based on an impeccable 2019 lineup, might be primed for its biggest year yet. See the full lineup below.

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Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Robyn, and more top Austin City Limits’ lineup

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Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Robyn, and more top Austin City Limits’ lineupAustin City Limits Photo Cred Rick Kern WireImage

Austin City Limits Music Festival has unleashed its 2019 lineup ahead of its two autumnal weekends: Oct. 4-6 and Oct. 11-13.

Since 2002, the festival has drawn music fans spanning all genres to Zilker Park for consecutive weekends of the industry’s top names. This year’s iteration boasts Guns n’ Roses, Mumford & Sons, Childish Gambino, The Cure, Cardi B (weekend one), Billie Eilish, Tame Impala, and Robyn (weekend two) as headliners. Electronic music fans will delight in lineup additions like GRiZ, RL Grime, Fisher, Hippie Sabotage, Kaytranada, Troyboi, Jai Wolf, and more.

Childish Gambino was forced to cancel his appearance at last year’s festival after a foot injury, so fans who were hoping to catch his performance in 2018 will delight in two performances at the festival’s 2019 edition.

The festival features eight different stages to cater to fans of rock, indie, country, folk, electronic, and hip-hop, so regardless of one’s musical persuasion, this lineup features something for everyone.

Tickets and more information are available here.

Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Robyn, and more top Austin City Limits’ lineupAustin City Limits Lineup 2019

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Jai Wolf seamlessly weaves genres in debut LP, ‘The Cure To Loneliness’

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Jai Wolf seamlessly weaves genres in debut LP, ‘The Cure To Loneliness’Jai Wolf Rukes

Jai Wolf has the panacea for feelings of forlornness: a 12-track LP, entitled The Cure To Loneliness. Jai Wolf’s first longform outing, The Cure To Loneliness is a career-defining effort that issues an extended look into the artist’s style, the specificities of Jai Wolf’s electronic aesthetic. To stream The Cure To Loneliness is to peer into Jai Wolf’s musical world, to find a lush blend of down to mid-tempo arrangements, rolling synths, pop bents, and narrative lyrics that consider life’s melancholy developments with a perceptible sense of peace.

Hardly a strictly dance-oriented showing, The Cure To Loneliness is rich in multi-genre elements. The tinny guitar that opens “Manic Pixie Dream” evokes rock, while other album inclusions flirt with indie tones. The Cure To Loneliness sees appearances from guest contributors Day Wave, Now, Now, Robokid, Dresage, and Mr Gabriel. Listeners can catch Jai Wolf live, as the musician makes his way through a number of major US cities on his tour in support of the album, The Cure to Loneliness tour. View the full list of tour dates, here.

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NMF Roundup: Dog Blood make a triumphant return, Dillon Francis teams up with lovelytheband, Whethan looks to ‘Win You Over’ + more

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NMF Roundup: Dog Blood make a triumphant return, Dillon Francis teams up with lovelytheband, Whethan looks to ‘Win You Over’ + moreDillon Francis Change Your Mind Preferred Press Shot By Lindsey Byrnes E1553870003361

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.

It’s been more than five years since the music world has seen new music from Skrillex and Boys Noize‘s supergroup, Dog Blood, but that wait is finally over with “Turn Off The Lights.” Dillon Francis joins forces with lovelytheband for a, well, lovely collaboration called “Change Your Mind.” Armin van Buuren, Lucas & Steve, and Josh Cumbee deliver a feel-good number by the name of “Don’t Give Up On Me,” and Nicky Romero, DallasK, and XYLØ create a contemplative, low-key collaboration, “Sometimes.” Whethan and Bearson have crafted an effortlessly groovy “Win You Over” with SOAK, and Seven Lions and Kill The Noise take things up a notch with the formidable “The Blood.” Bassnectar reveals his Reflective Part Four EP is on its way with “Illusion,” and Kove keeps his brand of drum & bass subtle and smooth with “Echoes.” Jai Wolf and Dresage come together in “Better Apart,” and NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg make a powerful pair in “REDLIGHT.” Sam Feldt brings summer a few months early with “One Day” with ROZES and Yves V, and Zomboy brings “The Beast” with his new single. The Chainsmokers prep for their new album with “Kills You Slowly,” and Mielo releases his Anywhere But Here EP, featuring a closing song of the same title.

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.

Jai Wolf sets off on spring tour in support of new album, ‘The Cure to Loneliness’

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Jai Wolf has accomplished monumental growth as an artist in the five short years since he emerged on the scene. Now, as 2019’s spring events circuit starts to heat up, the 27-year-old New York City-native lesser known as Sajeeb Saha is preparing the delivery of his debut studio album, The Cure to Loneliness, due on April 5 via Mom+Pop Music. In support of his first LP, the “Indian Summer” producer is hitting the road on a 33-stop stretch, starting at Ultra Music Festival and leading up to a two-night stint at LA’s Shrine Expo Hall on May 31 and June 1.

Jai Wolf is bringing his new tour from San Francisco to Toronto, with Seattle, Washington D.C., Detroit, and Denver also in his cross hairs. The album, and equally as important, the ensuing North American tour, represent a significant benchmark in Jai Wolf’s journey, as he opens a new, exciting chapter in his still-budding career. See the full list of dates below and grab tickets to The Cure to Loneliness tour here.

The Cure to Loneliness Tour:

MAR 29, 2019 – MAR 31, 2019

Ultra Music Festival

Miami, FL

 

APR 10, 2019

9:30 Club

Washington, D.C.

 

APR 11, 2019

Union Transfer

Philadelphia, PA

 

APR 12, 2019

House of Blues Boston

Boston, MA

 

APR 13, 2019

Terminal 5

New York, NY

 

APR 17, 2019

Higher Ground Ballroom

South Burlington, VT

 

APR 18, 2019

Théâtre Fairmount

Montreal, QC

 

APR 19, 2019

The Phoenix Concert Theatre

Toronto, ON

 

APR 20, 2019

The Majestic Theatre

Detroit, MI

 

APR 21, 2019

The Intersection

Grand Rapids, MI

 

APR 23, 2019

The Bluestone

Columbus, OH

 

APR 24, 2019

The Vogue

Indianapolis, IN

 

APR 25, 2019

Majestic Theatre

Madison, WI

 

APR 26, 2019

Concord Music Hall

Chicago, IL

 

APR 27, 2019

The Loft at Skyway Theatre

Minneapolis, MN

 

MAY 1, 2019

The Truman

Kansas City, MO

 

MAY 2, 2019

Ogden Theatre

Denver, CO

 

MAY 3, 2019

Ogden Theatre

Denver, CO

 

MAY 4, 2019

The Depot

Salt Lake City, UT

 

MAY 5, 2019

Knitting Factory

Boise, ID

 

MAY 6, 2019

The Wilma

Missoula, MT

 

MAY 8, 2019

VENUE Nightclub

Vancouver, BC

 

MAY 9, 2019

Showbox SoDo

Seattle, WA

 

MAY 10, 2019

Roseland Theater

Portland, OR

 

MAY 11, 2019

McDonald Theatre

Eugene, OR

 

MAY 14, 2019

Fremont Theatre

San Luis Obispo, CA

 

MAY 15, 2019

Ace Of Spades

Sacramento, CA

 

MAY 16, 2019

The Catalyst

Santa Cruz, CA

 

MAY 17, 2019

The Warfield Theatre

San Francisco, CA

 

MAY 18, 2019

The Warfield Theatre

San Francisco, CA

 

MAY 30, 2019

The Van Buren

Phoenix, AZ

 

MAY 31, 2019

Shrine Expo Hall

Los Angeles, CA

 

JUN 1, 2019

Shrine Expo Hall

Los Angeles, CA

 

Jai Wolf steps outside for spring with new single, ‘This Song Reminds Me Of You’

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Jai Wolf steps outside for spring with new single, ‘This Song Reminds Me Of You’Jai Wolf

Winter seems to be on its way out. The coals of fireplaces have cooled, windows have opened, the wind is now welcomed. In tune with this feeling, Jai Wolf‘s latest track, “This Song Reminds Me Of You,” has been released.

“This Song Reminds Me Of You” features synths that traverse smoothly over any landscape, over every horizon. A chorus of hums and vibrato of guitar create a feeling of absolute possibility.

“I started this song at an airport at 5 a.m.,” the producer said in a press release. “I was about to head out on a bus tour and felt really excited, so I wanted the song to capture that exact feeling.”

The result is an upbeat fluid and sweet sounding track that evokes inspiration to explore. The track is the fourth release from Jai Wolf’s upcoming and debut studio album, The Cure To Loneliness, set to release April 5 on Mom + Pop Music.

NMF Roundup: Habstrakt fires up ‘All Night,’ GRiZ and Wiz Khalifa team up, Autograf deliver ‘Hold Me Back’ + more

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NMF Roundup: Habstrakt fires up ‘All Night,’ GRiZ and Wiz Khalifa team up, Autograf deliver ‘Hold Me Back’ + moreHABSTRAKT Press Photo

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.

DJ Snake and Plastic Toy have kick off New Music Friday with  a sleek new single, “Try Me,” on Snake’s Premiere Classe Records. Habstrakt makes a return with a forceful new single, “All Night,” and Tiësto, Dzeko, and Lena Leon team up for weekend-ready tune, “Halfway There.” Netsky‘s released a set of remixes for “I Don’t Even Know You Anymore,” including a “Powerlines Mix” of his own. GRiZ and Wiz Khalifa bring an easygoing atmosphere to their new single, “Find My Own Way,” and Autograf break their silence with a new groovy single, “Hold Me Back” with John Splithoff. After a many-month hiatus, Goldroom delivers a fresh new original, “Cocaine Girl,” and Jai Wolf taps into listeners’ nostalgia with “This Song Reminds Me Of You.” Duke & Jones have put their own twist on Louis the Child‘s “Breaking News,” and Shadient brings elements of intensity in “Numbers Station.” Diplo, Sia and Labrinth‘s LSD project has put out a new original, “No New Friends,” and Cedric Gervais crafts two versions of a new tune, “Good Things.” The Aston Shuffle realize it’s “Now Or Never” in their new single, and Headhunterz brings his classic hardstyle sound to the emotive “Oxygen.”

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.