Festival organizers have yet to formally release a complete stream schedule, but all Tomorrowland live streamed sets will nevertheless be available via Tomorrowland’s official website.
Tomorrowland will commence the first of its two consecutive weekends on July 20. The inaugural weekend of Tomorrowland’s 2018 edition will carry into July 22, with the second weekend slated for July 27-29.
At long last, Chromeo have shared their fifth studio album, Head Over Heels. An ode to all things disco, the album explores the sub-genres of funk — roping in synth pop, sultry R&B, and nu-disco sensibilities into a retro-inspired dance record built for the 21st century dance fan. And while Chromeo have always maintained a creative affinity for vintage stylings, Dave1 and P-Thugg are celebrating their newest release in the most contemporary way. Can’t make it out to New York’s iconic Terminal 5 for the album’s live debut? No problem — cut a rug from the comfort of your own living room.
In conjunction with Oculus Venues, the Funklordz will live stream their performance in VR for fans across the world to enjoy. The show will air tonight (June 15) at 9:30pm EST/6:50pm PST, broadcasting Chromeo’s newest material from Terminal 5, replete with all the visuals, lights, and sounds of a full concert experience. Head Over Heels, the duo’s first full-length project since 2014’s White Women, features contributions from DRAM, The-Dream, French Montana, and more is available now via Big Beat Records.
There’s been a steady stream of exciting news pouring out of northern California from Google’s annual I/O conference. The Google Assistant is getting a John Legend upgrade, devices are now being integrated with continued conversational abilities, but perhaps the most exciting part will be a rare live-streamed performance by Justice to close out this year’s event. Justice are expected to take the state at 8:30pm PST and their headlining slot is slated for a full 90-minute set.
The French electro dons are fresh off the release of their mind-bending new animated feature for “Stop,” from 2016’s Woman LP, which is expected to also receive a special live debut during the Ed Banger veterans’ performance. What’s more, the conference closer also includes a supporting set by Phantogram before Justice takes the stage. Ahead of a number of high-profile arena and festival appearances the summer spanning from the UK to Russia, Justice are bringing their awe-striking live show to Mountain View’s Shoreline Amphitheater for fans across the world to stream and enjoy.
Justice have shared the new music video for “Stop” from the duo’s lauded 2016 LP Woman. The new feature, animated by another French creative pairing, illustrators Mrzyk & Moricea, accents the dreamy, slow-burn disco cut with a synesthetic dose of neon that perfectly completes the song’s retro aesthetic. Scaling back the album’s psychedelic dance ballad to a leaner radio edit, the “Stop” video winds and weaves through a spacial landscape of shifting imagery, projecting some of Justice’s most iconic visual staples along with plenty of stimulating graphic symbolism.
The video comes in conjunction with more good news for Justice fans. The French electro visionaries are currently amid a packed international touring circuit in support of their most recent studio album, and they’ve just added a rare live stream event to their itinerary. Adding to their list of high-profile performances, Xavier and Gaspard have been announced as the musical headliners for this year’s Google I/O conference. The set will be live streamed on YouTube on May 9 from Shoreline Amphitheater, and will include opening support from Phantogram, as well as a live debut of the new “Stop” music video.
The music & arts festival’s U.S. streaming partnership with T-Mobile has brought live performances from an array of artists, including Beyoncé, Kygo, and Post Malone, from the stages at the Empire Polo Club to the homes of the thousands who have tuned into the live broadcast to enact ‘Couchella.’
Viewers will again be given the opportunity to exercise their listening preferences today during the live stream via of Coachella’s YouTube channel. As in the previous two-days of Coachella’s live stream, viewers remain able to tailor the live broadcast experience to their liking by setting web reminders and push notifications for upcoming ‘can’t miss’ performances, creating their own artist schedule, and selecting the appearances that they would most like to see from a total of three different live stream channels.
The final day of the first weekend of Coachella 2018 is marked by a series of momentous performances from industry juggernauts like Portugal. The Man, ODESZA, and Migos.
Sunday, April 15 Live Stream Schedule:
03:35 – Noname (3)
03:40 – Lion Babe (1)
03:40 – Magic Giant (2)
04:10 – San Holo (VR)
04:20 – THEY. (3)
04:25 – Nothing But Thieves (2)
04:40 – LANY (1)
04:40 – LANY (VR)
05:05 – San Holo (3)
05:10 – Dej Loaf (2)
05:45 – Vance Joy (1)
05:45 – Vance Joy (VR)
06:00 – Amine (2)
06:00 – Petit Biscuit (3)
06:30 – Jessie Ware (1)
06:30 – Petit Biscuit (VR)
06:50 – FIDLAR (2)
06:50 – French Montana (3)
06:50 – French Montana (VR)
07:35 – Aurora (2)
07:35 – Jacob Banks (3)
08:00 – Portugal. the Man (1)
08:00 – Portugal. the Man (VR)
08:20 – Kamasi Washington (2)
09:15 – Illenium (3)
09:25 – 6LACK (2)
09:55 – Odesza (1)
09:55 – Odesza (VR)
10:10 – Soulwax (2)
10:15 – Ibeyi (3)
11:05 – Migos (1)
11:05 – Migos (VR)
11:10 – Kamaiyah (2)
For those who didn’t make it out to the Empire Polo Club this year, Coachella is once again streaming some of its best, most intriguing artists for all to see on their YouTube channel here. Viewers can pick from four different channels.
Coachella Day 1’s streaming schedule — all times EST — is available below:
As the country’s largest multi-genre music festival, the line-up is packed with high-powered electronic acts from ODESZA, Kygo, REZZ, Barclay Crenshaw, Illenium, and The Black Madonna, to name only a few. Additional top line R&B/hip-hop talent comes in the form of SZA, Tyler, The Creator, Post Malone, Migos, and Kardi B. The Goldenvoice-produced event always delivers on its promise to bring fans the biggest musical acts of the year — with artist sets that include live guest appearances, never before heard singles, and many more surprise announcements along the way.
While those lucky enough to attend the event in person will almost assuredly face some of the year’s most grueling set time conflicts, fans at home can count on Coachella’s live stream to hop from set to set in real time. The California mega-festival is set to stream a number of performances over their official YouTube page with a total of 4 channels — one more than last year. The newest fourth channel addition will include a VR 180° live stream across the main stage and the desert stage. Another new feature includes a schedule built in to the stream’s YouTube.
Below you can find the first weekend’s set times along with acts confirmed for the live stream, with all times Eastern, and don’t miss check Dancing Astronaut‘s top ten must-see acts at Coachella 2018.
Those that won’t be traveling to the 305 for Ultra Music Festival’s milestone 20th anniversary celebration from March 23-25 can still take part in the festivities.
As in its previous years of production, the Bayfront Park event will live stream for the entirety of the weekend, beginning at 3 PM EDT on Friday, March 23. UMF TV viewers can find a complete list of set times here, and can catch the live stream, here.
Industry icons and breakout artists alike will convene at New York’s Madison Square Garden in honor of the 60th annual Grammy Awards. The awards ceremony will occupy a total of three-and-a-half hours of air time, beginning at 7:30 PM EST/4:30 PM PST on CBS.
Those that will not have access to a TV can still tune in to ‘the biggest night in music’ by live streaming the awards show on CBS ALL Access. Although a subscription based service at $5.99 per month, CBS ALL Access offers new users a free trial that can be used to watch the Grammys. Playstation Vue, YouTube TV, DirectTV Now, Sling TV, and Hulu’s live service all additionally offer CBS programming to their current subscribers.
View the complete list of Grammy Awards nominees here.
From travelling to the farthest reaches of the world to debuting a new song on the Arc De Triomphe, there is never a dull moment when DJ Snake livestreams. This week, the French producer’s livestreams have been just as riveting, but in a very different way.
Jérôme Jarre has brought a group of influencers and advocates, including DJ Snake, to Bangladesh where they are spreading awareness from the largest refugee camp in the world. The refugee camp is full of Rohingyas, a minority Muslim population native to Myanmar. This group is unable to claim citizenship anywhere because the Myanmar government refuses to recognize them. The atrocities inflicted on the Rohingyas at the hands of the Myanmar government are staggering, and according media reports, include stories of beatings, villages set on fire, rape, and murder.
DJ Snake is bravely and outwardly exposing the devastation and magnitude of the refugee crises. The hashtag #LoveArmyForRohingya has been circulating the internet thanks to this initiative, and the goal of this campaign is to reach $1 million dollars in donations on the Love Army for Rohingya GoFundMe page. 100% of all donations go directly towards filling the urgent need of food, clean drinking water, and other critical supplies for these refugees.
After one day of broadcasting from the camps, $950,000 has already been raised for the cause. Every dollar counts, and if the second day of broadcast is as successful as the first, this initiative will have raised an incredible amount of support for the dire situation in Bangladesh. Consider supporting the cause, and kudos to DJ Snake for using his platform to spread the message.