Lunar Lunes: A-Trak’s ‘Work It Out’ gets a rework from Dance System, Matt Lange releases ‘Drift’ + more

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

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The Paradise reveals two-day festival lineup featuring Bad Bunny, Martin Garrix, Madeon, Jamie Jones, and more

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The Paradise Music & Arts festival will bring its roster of multi-genre talent to the Dominican Republic for two days of music, art, gastronomy, and local culture this December. The lineup features massive dance figures including Martin Garrix, Alesso, and Steve Aoki, reggaeton and Latin trap stars such as Bad Bunny, Maluma, and Anuel AA as well as additional electronic support from Madeon, Tchami, Bob Moses, and more. The Paradise will take place December 20-21 in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic.

Formerly known as Electric Paradise, the festival’s fifth edition will be its biggest yet with an expansion from a one-day event to two days. Since the its inception in 2014, the festival has sold out every year.

This year’s The Paradise will host three stages including a live stage headlined by Bad Bunny and a dance stage. Guy Gerber‘s “RUMORS” will also return to the festival for a two-day takeover on the Electronic Paradise stage. Taking place on the Juanillo Beach, the Electronic Paradise stage will showcase the best of underground house and techno with performances by Jamie Jones, Dubfire, Nic Fanciulli, and more.

GA and VIP tickets are currently on sale. Learn more about The Paradise and buy tickets here.

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Alesso, Illenium, and more to heat up 2020’s Winter X Games

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Winter is approaching, which means it’s time to gear up for some extreme sports. But what can extreme sports offer music fans? For one: A stacked lineup at the 2020 Winter X Games that snowballs the event into full-fledged festival status. The Winter arm of the X Games will see its 23rd year hosting some of the world’s greatest and most daring athletes, returning to the iconic ski town of Aspen, Colorado, from January 23-26.

Topping next year’s billing is Alesso, who’s had a great 2019 so far, releasing volume one of his PROGRESSO MIXTAPE in March and, more recently, collaborating on “In The Middle” with mystery producer SUMR CAMP. Aspen also secured fan-favorite melodic bass producer Illenium, who rounded out the summer with his third studio album, ASCEND, while pushing through the length of the festival circuit. He’s shown no signs of slowing down, recently headlining NYC’s Madison Square Garden with openers Adventure Club and more.

To precede its top-of-the-ticket talent, the X Games organizers are hitting all genres stops with certified platinum rappers Rae Sremmurd and R&B superstar Bazzi, both frequent Billboard chart-toppers.

To experience these performances at the GEICO Music Stage, GA and VIP tickets/packages are available now. Admission to the action sports competitions and festival village at the Buttermilk Mountain base are free to the public. Head to their website for tickets and more info. Daily lineup schedule below:

Friday, January 24

Rae Sremmurd

Alesso @ Belly Up Aspen

Saturday, January 25

ILLENIUM

Alesso

Rae Sremmurd @ Belly Up Aspen

Sunday, January 26

Bazzi

Evening @ Belly Up Aspen

Alesso Joins Star Studded Roster At The Shalizi Group

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As we all know, Moe Shalizi has been working tirelessly over the years to build one of the strongest rosters in the game. Previously at Red Light Management, Moe built out a team including: Marshmello, Jauz, Slushii, Sikdope, Ghaslty, Ookay and more. Since the turn of the calendar year, he took on a new chapter

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îleSoniq commemorates sixth anniversary on Montréal’s île Sainte-Helene – photos by Susan Moss, Pat Beaudry, Pierre Bourgault

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Alesso gives himself the remix treatment for a progressive revision of ‘Sad Song’

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It isn’t exactly classified information that Alesso fans have been yearning for a return to the producer’s progressive roots for some time. Earlier this year, Alesso unveiled the introductory installment of his Progresso EP series in addition to a self-remix (alongside Deniz Koyu) of one of those singles that assuredly exhibited an influence from early on in Alesso’s career. To broaden that streak into mid-summer, Alesso is adjusting the sound on another release of his own with an adaptation of his pop collaboration with TINI, “Sad Song.”

Incrementally shifting the original’s tempo to a more club-appropriate pace, Alesso implements a delicate house instrumental before fuly transitioning towards what fans have been craving. A reflective progressive drop adds an overhauled and much-desired festival sentiment to Alesso’s radio-ready “Sad Song” as he effortlessly satiates multiple genre tastes in doubling down on his latest single.

Earlier this summer, Alesso confirmed to Dancing Astronaut that a second Progresso project was currently slated for release sometime later this year.

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NEVERSEA to bring Alesso, DJ Snake, Sub Focus, and more to the Romanian coastline

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Tucked along the Romanian Black Sea shores, NEVERSEA Festival is bringing another four days of electronic music eminence to the Constanța coast.

NEVERSEA’s July 4-7 lineup is complete with upper-echelon radio-ready talent and underground emblems alike. From Afrojack to Andy C, DJ Snake to Dubfire, Steve Aoki to Sub Focus, there are plenty of aural avenues for electronic lovers to peruse throughout the extended weekend. House and techno heathens should trickle over to the Temple stage to find clandestine club space veterans like Hot Creations founder, Jamie Jones, Bucharest-based Arapu, and masked minimal techno enigma, Boris Brejcha. Meanwhile, dubstep/drum ‘n’ bass devotees will find their footing along the Ark stage, where Sub Focus, Andy C, Flux Pavilion, and Rudimental are more than likely to be inciting high-speed sonic riots.

The beachfront festival has the ingredients to satiate dance-pop and underground audiophiles all the same, while challenging them to step out of their sonic comfort zones in the process. Last year’s installment saw roughly 210,000 visitors across its four-day span, with performances from Armin van Buuren, Lost Frequencies, Nina Kraviz, Black Coffee, and more via its genre-traversing lineup.

The NEVERSEA team has proven adept on the Eastern Eurpoean event front, heading another even more voraciously attended festival, UNTOLD. The Transylvanian trove of electronic talent welcomed upwards of 350,000 visitors for its 2018 leg. UNTOLD will usher in its fifth installment this August, with the likes of NERO, Bastille, David Guetta, Pendulum, and dozens more. Find the lineup here.

Tickets to NEVERSEA, the full lineup, and general festival information are available here.

Lunar Lunes: Alesso concocts a ‘Sad Song,’ DJ Snake taps J. Balvin & Tyga + more

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Alesso links with TINI for a mellow summer tune, “Sad Song,” and Botnek ramps up the intensity on “Jiffy.” Haywyre takes on Martin Garrix’s “Summer Days” in a delightful, piano-infused remix, and DJ Snake taps J. Balvin and Tyga for the feel-good “Loco Contigo.” Sonny Fodera’s crafted a remix of Dom Dolla’s “Take It,” and Merk & Kremont bring the heat on “KIDS.” Conro takes to Monstercat for a new original, “All I Want,” and Uproot Andy offers a spicy remix of Sofi Tukker and Bomba Estero’s “Playa Grande.” SYN brings the bass on “Danger,” and Pleasurekraft doesn’t hold back on a rework of Adam Beyer, Layton Giordani, and Green Velvet’s “Space Date.” Ephixa and Heartful have delivered some synthwave goodness on “Sundance,” and Justin Caruso continues his slew of edits with a new combo of Brohug vs. Valentino Khan, “DatDatDat.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

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Alesso drops new crossover single, ‘Sad Song’

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Alesso joined forces with one of Argentina’s rising Latin-pop stars to help bolster all the “summer bop” playlists. “Sad Song,” featuring TINI, is a club-worthy track that introduces a familiar crossover between pop and dance music. Despite the track’s title, it’s a feel-good song that’s right on brand with the artist’s usual upbeat and lyrical releases.

TINI stepped away from her Latin roots for the track, as this marks her first English-language single since 2016. As well, “Sad Song” serves as Alesso’s first single release of the year. The Swedish DJ seems to have his hands dipped in multiple genres, as his mixtape Progresso features tracks leaning towards a tech-house designation. Alesso can do no wrong and “Sad Song,” while an ode to his original sound, is a forward movement for the artist nonetheless.

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Black Mirror’s spin-off series features an Alesso cameo

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Little Black Mirror is a Black Mirror spin-off debuting on YouTube’s América Latina channel in partnership with Netflix. It stars a wide array of Latinx social media stars like Lele Pons and Juanpa Zurita. A more shocking guest star, however, seems to be Swedish hitmaker Alesso. The DJ is shown in a few clips during the trilogy’s preview, which has been tempoarily taken down, alluding to him playing a lifelike role in the series per his appearances behind the decks.

The spin-off series is scored and directed by Randy Mancuso, and follows arcs inspired by the original. It’s geared toward Spanish-speaking fans, but is ultimately accessible to everyone. Episodes are set to air on May 26, June 2, and June 6; right around when the fifth season of Black Mirror debuts on Netflix.

H/T: The Verge

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