Get a sneak peek of Marshmello’s new Bastille feature, ‘Happier,’ dropping Friday [Stream]

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Marshmello will put the “sweet” in “bittersweet” on his latest single, “Happier.” Slated for an August 17 release, the newest offering from EDM’s jet puffed beat breaker will feature British indie pop band, Bastille.

Marshmello’s formal announcement of the single’s imminent release will hardly arrive as a surprise to some Mellogang members; Marshmello originally sparked suspicion of an incoming collaboration with Bastille in March when he tweeted that he was “playing phone tag” with the band.

Bastille followed Marshmello’s Instagram preview of the forthcoming production with a tweet describing the track as a melancholic number tinged with Mello’s inimitable merriment.

HAPPIER ft. @bastilledan this Friday 😄 pre-save link in bio.

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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:

 

Take in the HARD Summer action with sets from Jauz b2b Zeds Dead, Marshmello, and more

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Take in the HARD Summer action with sets from Jauz b2b Zeds Dead, Marshmello, and moreHARD Summer Livestream

HARD Summer is amidst its 2018 takeover of the Auto Club Speedway, and even if fans are unable to make it to the festival itself, the action will be streamed exclusively via LiveXLive. In addition to streaming festival, there will be backstage content, interviews and more.

The festival is known for its bass heavy lineup, and the organizers recently released a compilation in honor of the festival’s kickoff. This year’s lineup is a bit more diverse with acts such as Jaden Smith and Marshmello. The streaming schedule includes sets from Party Favor, Joyryde, Louis The Child, Slushii, and headliner Marshmello among many more for day one. Other notable sets on the livestream schedule include Jauz b2b Zeds Dead and Yellow Mustard, which is Yellow Claw b2b DJ Mustard.

See the full live stream schedule (in EST):

8:05pm- Party Favor

9:00pm- Jaden Smith

9:50pm- Joyryde

10:20pm- SAYMYNAME

11:00pm- Louis the Child

11:50pm- Flosstradamus

12:20am- Slushii

12:50am- Yellow Mustard (Yellow Claw & DJ Mustard)

2:00am- TroyBoi

2:15am- Zeds Dead b2b Jauz

3:15am Marshmello

 

Marshmello makes açaí bowls with Paula Abdul in newest ‘Cooking With Marshmello’ episode

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Marshmello has quickly become known as one of the fastest-rising electronic acts, but on top of this, he’s conquered the video world with series like “Gaming with Marshmello” and “Cooking with Marshmello.” In doing so, he has built a full character behind the man in the mask and allowed fans to get a more detailed glimpse into his personality.

On his most recent episode of “Cooking with Marshmello,” he invites the dancer, choreographer, singer, songwriter, actress and American Idol judge/television personality extraordinaire, Paula Abdul, to help in making one of health food’s biggest fads: the açaí bowl. In the voice-dubbed episode, we see the pair endearingly interact step by step, from helping pour the honey, to high-fives and even some hugs.

These are 10 hype-building songs to listen to ahead for Moonrise Festival 2018

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These are 10 hype-building songs to listen to ahead for Moonrise Festival 2018Moonrise

Moonrise Festival 2018 is shaping out to be one of Baltimore’s most exciting events of the year. The two-day festival — held at the Pimlico Race Course – is preparing for its 5th installment, which will feature a wide and diverse range of artists, catering toward fans of almost any dance music sub-genre. Performers include Kaskade, Zeds Dead, 3LAU, JOYRYDE, Ookay, GRiZ, Illenium, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Ekali, MK, and more.

In honor of the upcoming festivities, we’ve compiled a 10-track playlist that includes tunes from some of the weekend’s most anticipated acts — perfect for any pre-game or long road-trips to Baltimore.

1. Silk City (Diplo & Mark Ronson) – “Only Can Get Better”

The latest single from Diplo & Mark Ronson’s newest side project Silk City. This is definitely a collaboration attendees will hear during Diplo’s headline set at the Stellar Stage Saturday night. Ronson has since teased their second upcoming release, so maybe he’ll give fans a little taste at the festival?

2. DJ Snake & Mercer – “Let’s Get Ill”

One of DJ Snake’s hottest 2018 collaborations saw linking up with Mercer for a rapid, future house heater. Check out Snake headlining the Stellar Stage Saturday night alongside Kaskade, Diplo, Zeds Dead, and more.

3. Marshmello – “Rooftops”

Marshmello recently released his Joytime II album, which has been very well-received by the Mello Gang. “Rooftops” a groovy one from the album where the DJ/producer throws on his own 90’s punk rock-sounding vocals. He’ll take the Stellar Stage Sunday night and will likely close out the weekend.

4. SNRBN – “If I Can’t Have You” feat. Harloe

The LA-based DJ/producer, who will also be taking over the Stellar Stage on Sunday afternoon, where he will more than likely take his audience out of the racetrack an instead place them on a mental beach. His latest single “I Can’t Have You” accomplishes this feat in mere minutes.

5. Two Friends – “While We’re Dreaming” feat. Kevin Writer

We enjoy this 2017 throwback from the duo, who will be treating their guests to a heavy dose of their cheery brand of dance music.

6. Galantis – “Mama Look At Me Now”

“Mama Look At Me Now” is one of two tracks from Galantis’ latest EP release, and it gives us a taste of what’s in store for the mischevious Swedes’ infectiously raucous Sunday set.

7. Cashmere Cat, Major Lazer, Tory Lanez – “Miss You” (Akira Akira & Hikeii Remix)

This is one of the most poppin’ remixes of his hit collaboration “Miss You” with Major Lazer and Tory Lanez. Festival goers can expect to hear either the original or an assortment of remixes, yet knowing Cashmere Cat, he often has a strictly Jersey club section of the set, to which this fits perfectly. Check out his set at the Lunar Stage on Sunday.

8. Rezz & 1788-L – H E X

Rezz is blowing up the scene with dark synths and heavy beats that are nothing short of an innovative sound. Check out her latest release, which she’ll most likely use to destroy the Solar Tent atmosphere on Saturday.

9. Chris Lake, Chris Lorenzo, Anti-Up – “Pizza”

Anyone want pizza? No? How about after a few hours of constant movement and house beats at the Celestial Stage? Chris Lake will be headlining the house-geared stage Saturday night and will probably trap listeners into his set right as they’re deciding to leave for some pizza.

10. Eric Prydz – “Liberate” (Lane 8 Remix)

This remix for Eric Prydz’ “Liberate” is one of Lane 8’s hidden gems released back in 2014. He’s pushed out a lot of new music since then, but it doesn’t mean we have to stop showing this perfect blend of deep and melodic house some love. Check him out headlining the Celestial Stage Sunday night.

Purchase tickets via the Moonrise Festival website and if this song selection didn’t do justice, check out the festival’s 2018 Spotify playlists, which are curated by stage.

 

Sikdope pumps up Zeds Dead and Jauz’s collaboration ‘Lights Go Down’

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Polish DJ/producer Sikdope has caught major momentum here in 2018, which includes an exclusive Diplo & Friends mix in early June followed by a remix for Marshmello and Anne Marie‘s hit track “FRIENDS,” along with a handful of singles so far this year. Now, he’s decided to turn it back to 2017, reworking Zeds Dead & Jauz‘s drum & bass heater “Lights Go Down.”

The remix holds short ties with the original bassline house anthem, ensuring that the drum & bass percussion assets are still there, yet takes the tempo up a notch and drops some rapid synths, wobbling bass, and some buzzing modified distortion. The edit is the first of a nine-track remix package dropping in July, which will feature the likes of Gentlemens Club, LICK, and more.

Sikdope will hit the decks at numerous festivals this summer, including Stereo Sunday in the Netherlands and Moonrise in Baltimore come August.

 

Marshmello releases ASL music video for ‘You Can Cry’

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Marshmello, Juicy J and Arthur Prince, recently came together to create their emotion filled track “You Can Cry,” full of deep piano and intricate verses, that received a moving official music video, and now receives an ASL music video to compliment it.

For an artist that never talks and is consistently concealed behind a mask, it makes sense that he would eventually figure out a way to speak. If you’ve been to a music festival, then there’s a chance you might have seen people on the side stage, signing the songs for all of those who are hearing impaired.

The video features the model Nyeisha Prince and Marshmello, as they swiftly move and interpret the music through their bodies and hands. Marshmello has been all about bringing people together through music, and now he reaches a new level of inclusivity by creating a video that everyone can enjoy.

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

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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.

Marshmello meets Disney’s favorite ducks in new video for ‘Fly’

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Marshmello meets Disney's favorite ducks in new video for 'Fly'

Following the release of his well-received sophomore album Joytime II, DJ/producer Marshmello fittingly linked up with Disney in a brand new music video for his hit single “Fly.”

The video— which debuted June 23 on Disney Channel during a showing of The Incredibles — is a brief revival of the classic animated series DuckTales, featuring fan favorites Donald Duck, Scrooge Mcduck, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby up to their usual antics.

The part animated-part live action clip takes the gang crashing into an unknown planet in deep space where they encounter an interesting alien life-form…who can DJ?

Marshmello releases highly-anticipated sophomore album ‘Joytime II’

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Marshmello releases highly-anticipated sophomore album 'Joytime II'

Marshmello‘s positive energy and love everything aesthetic has yielded the producer one of the steepest ascensions to fame in the industry. On top of his own accomplishments, Marshmello has largely aided in EDM’s marriage to pop culture at large with genre-hopping collaborations that feature some of the world’s top pop stars matched with impeccable brand exposure on a global scale.

Today the producer possesses an impressive catalog of original works that follow his 2016 debut album Joytime. He’s made tracks with some of the biggest stars in the world, including Selena Gomez, Khalid, and Migos, to name just a few, and yielded an increasingly inescapable production apparatus along the way. Now, following the critical reception of his debut album, over two billion collective streams, and a slew of No. 1’s to write home about, Marshemello has finally delivered his debut album’s follow up — Joytime II. Contempt from electronic purists aside, Mello has undeniably reached a level of success and cultural ubiquity that is unmatched by many of today’s most venerated DJs and producers.

Marshmello’s success has also maintained his own preferences — saccharine vocals, melodic beats, pop punk — and his EDM production paradigm, too.

Save for the vocals on “Rooftops” and “Paralyzed,” Joytime II is a featureless album. In just ten tracks, he harkens back to the days spent behind a computer screen, where it all began, though on the new LP, Listeners get a much more detailed look at the “FRIENDS” producer is fully capable of. Joytime II leans heavily on the theme of Mello’s growth, but more importantly relies on his joy and passion for the craft which began long before he was a masked producer playing the biggest stages in the world.