Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Prydz among artists added to Tomorrowland 2018 line-up

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Tomorrowland

Crowned recently as the world’s most celebrated social media event, Tomorrowland is ramping up for it’s 14th iteration with a bevy of announcements this month. For this year’s duly themed edition, dubbed “The Story of Planaxis,” expect to see spectacle performances from headliners Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Axwell / Ingrosso, Netsky, RL Grime, and a fresh new face in REZZ, along with specially-curated stages from Carl CoxJamie Jones, Tiësto, and Pryda.

The illustrious global gathering is known for showcasing the top talent in dance music, and 2018 is shaping up to be no different with the announcement of Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Ben Nicky, Coone, KAYZO, and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano.

Tomorrowland returns to Boom, Belgium from July 20–July 22 for its first weekend, revisiting from July 27-July 29 for its second. Tickets and travel packages are still available here.

Full the full list of Tomorrowland 2018 artist additions:

Andhim

Alesso

Alison Wonderland

Ben Nicky

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

Recondite (live)

Mark with a K

Eric Prydz

Coone

Jamie Jones

Martin Solveig

Richie Hawtin

KAYZO

Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano

Tale Of Us

Vini Vici

French Montana

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Former Yellow Claw member Bizzey announces debut solo album

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Yellow Claw’s former third member Bizzey departed from the all-star Amsterdam trap trio in June of 2016. His withdrawal from the group was motivated by familial reasons; Bizzey attributed his retirement from Yellow Claw at the time to his desire to “spend more time with his wife and young son.”

Two-years later, it seems that Bizzey has remained just that — busy. The Yellow Claw alumnus took to Facebook on January 12 to announce the release of his debut solo album, due out on February 16. Entitled November, the album will expectedly feature music in Bizzey’s native Dutch language, given the album announcement in Dutch.

 

 

H/T: Facebook

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Noise Cans releases debut EP, ‘Masquerave’

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Amalgamating reggae, dancehall, and soca with electronic music, Noise Cans is here with his debut EP. The Bermudian producer has already released “No War,” and subsequently Yellow Claw’s remix of the track, which is also featured on the six-track compilation. While each track has its own distinct style, the one characteristic tying the album together is the upbeat energy pulsing through each track. Noise Cans joins the ranks of anonymous masked producers, with little being known about him other than the fact he is Bermudian.

Noise Cans commented on Masquerave.

“When creating this EP, I wanted to put together a body of work that included the core (my Caribbean culture) and touches of electronic and modern sounds that I’ve grown to love today, creating, to me, the perfect marriage.”

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Yellow Claw drops bass blaring new single, ‘DO YOU LIKE BASS?’

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The title of Yellow Claw’s latest single seems to be somewhat of a rhetorical question. “DO YOU LIKE BASS?” is a stomping number that has been a constant staple of the Amsterdam based DJ duo’s recent sets, woven into Yellow Claw’s EDC Las Vegas set and more recently functioning as the centerpiece of their Electric Zoo set.

“DO YOU LIKE BASS” is an extension of the bass heavy vibrations of Yellow Claw’s second full-length album, Los Amsterdam. The capitalized title indicative of the intensity brought by the track, as it relies on gritty bass lines at its drop, touches of sirens, and a voiceover style that those acquainted with Yellow Claw’s two most recent mixtapes, ten and eleven, will recognize as being inherent to the duo’s style. “DO YOU LIKE BASS” is a slamming installment in the Los Amsterdam producers’ perpetual conquest for harder hitting, booming bass beats.

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Anonymous beat maker Noise Cans recently released “No War” featuring vocal support from Jamaica’s Jesse Royal by way of Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak imprint. The producer, also an affiliate of Jillionaire’s Feel Up Records family, lays down the groundwork for Yellow Claw’s latest remix, offering the Dutch duo the perfect canvas for their high octane sound. Yellow Claw weave their signature high energy jungle synths and rumbling basslines into the track, giving it an electric and upbeat break juxtaposed with Royal’s vocal work.

“No War” is the second single off of Noise Cans’ forthcoming Masquerave EP. The original piece, a mellow, island inspired reggae hybrid gets flipped on its head as the Barong Family production pair give it their best festival tent treatment with a double dose of fist pump. Stream Yellow Claw’s “No War” remix here.

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If you didn’t get enough of Tomorrowland’s thirteenth edition — the “Amicorum Spectaculum” — from it’s spectacle-sized main stage performances to acrobats flipping and rope walking hundreds of feet above the crowd, then the Tomorrowland 365 online platform is for you. There, you can re-experience the festival’s most magical moments on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.

While some 400,000 festival-goers from all over the world were able to experience the mega-festival in the flesh over the last two weekends, with a simple click of the mouse you will find previously exclusive footage from the live sets from Marshmello, Jamie Jones, Wolfpack and Yellow Claw from the very front row.

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Voodoo Music and Arts Experience drops packed lineup including DJ Snake and LCD Soundsystem

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Right when it feels like festival season is just beginning, Voodoo Music and Arts Experience announces a stacked lineup to close out the season this October 27-29. The New Orleans-based festival is described as “a musical gumbo stirring together music, art, community, cuisine and all the mystery and adventure that Halloween weekend in New Orleans conjures up. In addition to more than 65 bands over three days, Voodoo also hosts interactive and immersive large-scale art installations.”

VooDoo

This year, the lineup includes a diverse roster of acts with Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, The Killers, LCD Soundsystem, and DJ Snake. Supporting acts include Dillon Francis, Yellow Claw, Galantis, and SNBRN among many more.

Check out the full Voodoo Music and Arts Experience 2017 lineup in addition to the 2016 after movie below. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 9th at 10am CT.

Photo Credit: @voodoonola/Instagram

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DJ Snake x Yellow Claw – Ocho Cinco (Dirty Audio Remix)

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DJ Snake and Yellow Claw’s “Ocho Cinco” from the Parisian producer’s debut album Encore has seen its fair share of remixes. 27 of them to be exact. The stand out remix in the package comes at the hands of up-and-comer Dirty Audio who instilled the mix with his own barrage of dirty dubstep drops and mayhem-making rhythms. The resulting output is undoubtedly destined for Main Stage festival adoption. And may even surpass the original’s appeal on big sound systems for bigger crowds.  This one is mean.