HARBER DROPS INFECTIOUS REMIX OF “TEQUILA” BY DAN + SHAY

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Taking on one of the biggest country songs of the year, HARBER returns with his latest remix, “Tequila” by Dan + Shay. Putting his own signature twist on the already-infective song, the HARBER remix of “Tequila” keeps the integrity of the original version in tact, while incorporating infectious electronic elements. The catchy “Tequila” is a

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♫ Listen: Period Bomb – Lost and Found

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Lost and Found (Already Dead) may reference the demo-tape idea behind this release, but there’s a charm and playfulness and utterly insane variety that Period Bomb injects into their music. Yes, these are, in fact, actual demos, recorded over a “large swathe” of time and collected here in one generous 24-track hunk of cassette tape. But the inventive Miami-based duo simply cannot sit still on a style, instead hitting record and bouncing from one idea to the next before they forget what they want to try. And they hit on some pretty good ideas.

You probably have to start with noise rock, because Cam and DJ play guitar and drums, respectively, and Cam screams a lot, but there are so many other experiments here that it’s really hard to pin anything down. There are even multiple versions of some tracks (well, at least one), with the manic guitar scribble of opener “222” stripped to Casio keyboardness in “222 OG Demo” — you can tell what’s going on there just by the name of it, and also that tunes may just never be finished in Period Bomb’s mind. Sound collages and synth trials dot the tracklist, and far outsider abstractions like “What’s That Smell? Best of the Period Bomb Hotline 2018” crop up as well.

But the Miamians are just as angry and bitter as they are playful and imaginative, as any glance at their discography yields scathing condemnations of the status quo in relation to women’s and gender engagement. The band instead embraces a queerness and gender fluidity that suits the scrambled music, allowing for the possibility of one thing or identity bleeding (yes, intentional) into another and affecting its very makeup. This makes for a fully compelling listen, and a completely unexpected one. So … pretend I never said demo, I guess?

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Tropix Adds His Twist to TELYKast’s Single “101”

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Tropix returns with their remix of TELYKast’s “101,” providing an enticing dance-pop spin on the original. Emotional lyricism provided by Melody Federer tells the relatable story of the inability to let go of a former love. The emotional aspect of the release is offset by its uplifting melody and rhythm, featuring sounds ranging from sub-bass

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JAY-Z Scores Racial Diversity Victory in Trademark Infringement Case

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JAY’s case moves forward as the American Arbitration Association plans to introduce measures to improve diversity

JAY-Z Scores Racial Diversity Victory in Trademark Infringement Case

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JAY’s case moves forward as the American Arbitration Association plans to introduce measures to improve diversity

Chochos Takes On Remix Of Codeko’s “Woke Up”

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Chochos’ remix of “Woke Up” possesses a congruous theme that evolves throughout its length, channeling several points of influence and nails the space between future- and bass-house. The artists’ version adequately compliments the vocals of the original, delivering four-on-the-floor rhythm with invigorating energy. Supported by Codeko himself, this remix is sure to ignite crowds at

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Marcus Santoro Releases Lastest Single “Hijack” [Armind]

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Many have been looking forward to it for a while, and the moment has finally arrived; Melbourne-made music maestro Marcus Santoro has landed on Armin van Buuren’s Armind label with his long-awaited label debut: ‘Hijack’. Right off the bat, ‘Hijack’ takes over the club culture with its pounding bass and tremor-like kick drums whilst Marcus

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Lindsey Buckingham Reveals Stories Behind His Solo Songs And Whether He’ll Ever Rejoin Fleetwood Mac

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“It certainly has been … a surprising year,” Lindsey Buckingham joked from the stage at Manhattan’s Town Hall last week. Fleetwood Mac’s erstwhile singer and guitarist is playing shows in support of Solo Anthology, a career-spanning collection that’s somehow his first-ever hits package 37 years into a successful solo career. The just-released 6xLP version of … More »

Mitski Announces 2019 Tour

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New U.S. dates behind Be the Cowboy

Tom DeLonge’s Weird-Ass Show About Aliens And Skateboarders Is Coming To TBS

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Tom DeLonge continues to spread the good gospel of aliens and government cover-ups, this time through a new television series officially in development at TBS. According to a report by Variety, the new show—titled Strange Times—is based on DeLonge’s graphic novel of the same name, about five teenage skateboarders solving paranormal mysteries while … More »