Alan Walker Drops The Vocally Charged New Single – ‘Darkside’

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Alan Walker has had a relatively sparse 2018 in terms of releases. That being said when the masked producer has released a new record, it has made an impact. His inclusion on the highly renowned soundtrack to The Greatest Showman helped him chart as well as introduce a new population to electronic music. His single

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Alan Walker Releases Preview Clip Of Powerful New Single Out This Friday

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Alan Walker achieved one of the most impressive landmarks in all of music – crossing the one billion view mark on YouTube. Since the release of his iconic single ‘Faded’ Walker has been tirelessly touring and producing new hits. The clip which Alan teased today sounds like it could be his next industry-changing track. ‘Darkside’

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This Guy Recreated Alan Walker’s Smash Hit ‘Faded’ With Only Yawns

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You are getting sleepy, very, very sleepy. You are getting Faded, very, very Faded. At this point, we are all familiar with Alan Walker’s smash hit ‘Faded’. It was actually the first electronic music song to cross the 1 billion view threshold on YouTube. An accomplishment that has only been replicated a few times since

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Alan Walker & K-391 release a refreshed version of ‘Ignite,’ with Julie Bergan and SEUNGRI

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It didn’t take long for a young songsmith Alan Walker to make his way into the mainstream. With a wildly popular “Faded,” and later on “Sing Me To Sleep” and other infectious singles that are palatable to ears outside the EDM world, the 20-year-old Norwegian is now one of the most well-known new talents to date.

Walker has expressed his fandom over fellow young talent and compatriot, K-391; as a result, a refreshed collaboration between the two, alongside vocalists Julie Bergen and SEUNGRI, has come to fruition.

The resulting number, a vocal rendition of their 2017 number “Ignite,” is quite an explosive, and heartwarming concoction. It’s downtempo, yet hearty, with a full injection of pitched-up, memorable synth progressions and passionate verses by Bergen. Walker and K-391 add a slight twist toward the end in the form of a soothing breakdown, which preps the listener nicely for a powerful ending.

 

Stream all the best sets from day 1 of EDC Las Vegas 2018

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With the first day of EDC Las Vegas in the rearview, Dancing Astronaut looks forward to its other two days of music from some of the most forward-thinking acts in the industry. Luckily, for those that couldn’t catch the vibes under the electric sky, EDC Las Vegas will be live streaming the entire weekend. This year, Insomniac’s launched its brand-new Insomniac Channel with a partnership with Live X Live.

Though before we move on, it’s only right to review the best of the best from 2018’s first day. Thanks to Mixcloud user “Buzz Lightyear,” listeners can hear sets from Diplo, Kaskade, Slushii, Mija, and more.

Alan Walker Releases Gorgeous Vocal Version of ‘Ignite’

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Alan Walker has been on a roll so far in 2018. After a bit of a tumultuous ending to 2017 in which the producer was hit with ghost production accusations, it seems that Alan has doubled down on his production schedule. After a series of high profile features, such as the inclusion of his relift

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Kygo and Alan Walker Collaboration Is ‘Definitely Going To Happen’

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In the midst of Kygo’s Kids In Love Tour that’s taking place in North America currently, the Kygo and Alan Walker sat down with PAPER for a recent interview. During the interview Kygo and Alan Walker shared their thoughts on the current state of dance music, the future of streaming, and most importantly, their dream

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Kygo & Alan Walker say a collab ‘is going to happen’ in new interview

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To namedrop the genre “EDM” is to invoke the names “Kygo” and “Alan Walker.” The tropical house tastemaker and the mesmerizing, multi-talented “Faded” producer have been formidable contributors to the electronic scene as dance music continues to morph into a pop culturally recognized and celebrated mega-genre, replete with its own celebrities. As per Kygo’s description, EDM currently revels as a “big soup with all types of different genres and exciting collaborations,” in which artists “don’t have to feel limited by genre.” The cross-genre potentiality inherent of electronic as it currently stands is but one of the many topics that Kygo and Alan Walker touch on in their recent interview with PAPER.

In the midst of the North American leg of Kygo’s Kids In Love Tour, the tour mates talk mainstream appeal, what matters most in modern day music production, and much more, including an inevitable Kygo/Alan Walker collaboration. When asked to underscore their “favorite collaborations” that they’ve put forth, as well as their “dream collaborators,” Kygo deemed the selection of a “favorite” collab to be too difficult to define, while Walker recalled his work with DJ Ness on their 2017 joint reworking and re-release of “Splash The Bass.” Walker notably paid Kygo a sizeable compliment in his response to the question of “dream collaborators,” retorting that he would “definitely pick [Kygo],” to which Kygo replied “Wow! Well that one is going to happen!” Kygo went on to cite Ed Sheeran as a collaborator who “has always been on the top of [his] list.”

Given the stature of both Kygo and Walker in the electronic sphere, a project involving the combined talents of both artists would inarguably be a match made in collaborative heaven.

H/T: PAPER

Tomorrowland adds impressive wave of artists to its already enormous 2018 lineup

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Tomorrowland has announced another new wave of artists for its flagship Belguim event slated for two weekends in July.

Joining the collection of already astonishing talent includes Afrojack, Alan Walker, Benny Benassi, Blasterjaxx, Chuckie, Craig David (Presents TS5), Duke Dumont, Erick Morillo, Galantis, Gui Boratto, Idris Elba, Nicole Moudaber, Ookay, Quintino, Ricardo Villalobos, Salvatore Ganacci, Tujamo, and Ummet Ozcan.

While the festival has yet to deliver on its potential Swedish House Mafia booking, time shall tell whether the festival delivers on the “unexpected,” as it has confirmed plans to continue rolling out artists into the week.

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Kygo Announces 2018 Tour Dates With Support From Alan Walker and Blackbear

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Kygo has been a bit quiet the last few months. While the artist was steadily releasing new music in the last quarter of 2017, it seems that he has been put new tracks on hold. Festival appearances have also gone down for Kygo, and we hope the artist is taking a much-needed break before embarking

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