EDC Orlando is closely approaching us once again. Taking place on November 10th and 11th at Tinker Field, this year’s event is expected to blow attendees away. Recently, Insomniac released an epic lineup that surely won’t disappoint anyone. Some artists include Alesso, Bassnectar, Kaskade, Illenium, Tiesto, and much more! Here is our list of this
Tom Morello has released his first-ever solo album under his own name, entitled The Atlas Underground. As an undisputed rock icon and top guitarist, Morello has led bands like Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave and now Prophets of Rage to success through making music that centers around raw, real emotion. Now, the Guitar Hero III boss has made it his mission to join together the energy behind rock music together with modern electronic dance music through a collaborative, focused album.
Enlisting artists from the electronic world that inspire him, Morello has created an album that bridges a gap between a generation of those who grew up when rock music was king, and those who have been raised at the height of electronic music’s success. For the latter, Morello explained in conversation with Zane Lowe at his Los Angeles stop of The Atlas Underground Experience that his intention with this album is to “inflict” the energy of guitars onto the next generation, inspiring future rockstars along the way. Working with stand-out artists like Knife Party, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Steve Aoki and K.Flay, Morello has created something true to himself in its motivations in social justice. Not only that, but the music succeeds at its intention to make us both rock out and dance.
I stumbled upon a dnb remix of Pendulum’s Granite by a newcomer Reaper. I absolutely love that people can seemingly come from thin air and produce such quality music. Artists such as 1788-L, SWARM, i_o, all have burst on the scene dropping straight fire; You can add Reaper to that list. With under 1k followers
Another National Voter Registration Day has come and gone in the US. This year, a sundry of the electronic circuit’s top-drawer DJs and producers observed the holiday, which falls on the fourth Tuesday of every September, by encouraging their own constituents (listeners) to exercise their right to vote.
With a number of high-stakes US Congressional seats up for grabs this year in the often overlooked mid-term elections, artists like ODESZA, Moby, Bassnectar, and Kill The Noise took to Twitter to acknowledge what’s at stake. This year, registering is easier than ever, with not only Google, but social media giants like Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit helping to streamline the process by hosting registration links in various sections of their respective interfaces. So whether you’re a hardcore rail-rider or a laid-back electronica enthusiast, electronic lovers of all shapes and sizes can and should employ their ability to have a say in government.
this mid term election is important and it is here, tomorrow is national voter registration day are you signed up to vote?? we all need you to vote! https://t.co/Fda3iCG9mP @HeadCountOrg pic.twitter.com/EhbPwkHoi7
— к†и (@killthenoise) September 24, 2018
— ODESZA (@odesza) September 25, 2018
show me that you’ve registered to vote for the first time and ill put you on the guest list to any of my shows : )
— TEEDFEED (@TEEDinosaurs) September 24, 2018
Today is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay.
Every election is important, but November’s Election is ESSENTIAL. Only 1 in 5 young people voted in the last midterm. No matter who you plan on voting for, you can register at https://t.co/U43LEEOYUj#TheFutureIsVoting pic.twitter.com/f5i4Gc4VLU
— Bassnectar (@bassnectar) September 25, 2018
Just a PROFOUNDLY IMPORTANT reminder: REGISTER TO VOTE! Text “VOTER” to 40649 or visit @HeadCountOrg & click the link in bio #NationalVoterRegistrationDay ps: #registertovote once again: #registertovote pic.twitter.com/ag89o2sHpv
— moby XⓋX (@thelittleidiot) September 25, 2018
Today is National Voter Registration Day! If you aren’t registered to vote you can to it super easy here: https://t.co/QmaXOWsLyf OR by texting VOTER to 40649. It’s your right to vote as a US citizen so get out there and exercise that right. #TheFutureIsVoting pic.twitter.com/c4fdzYPZMP
— AC Slater (@djacslater) September 25, 2018
Rezz and Bassnectar have two of the most loyal fan bases in the entirety of dance music. So much so that The Cult and the Bassheads have even clashed momentarily before over some trivial events. Now it seems that both fan bases will have to learn to get along, as their leaders have officially announced
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They weren’t kidding when they said the Wooks invade Hampton, Virginia. There were a lot of ways I could have spent my Labor Day weekend. Electric Zoo, Made In America, laying on my couch with my dog bingeing Ozark Season 2 with a case of Leinenkugel. But, I chose to see what all this fuss was
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Chris Dyer is an artist who frequently vends at festivals and events around the country. Over 10 years ago Chris met Lorin (better known as Bassnectar) at a small show in Montreal. At the time Bassnectar spoke with him and complimented his art. Fast forward to a few months ago, Chris was asked to sketch
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Bassnectar releases the third installment of his Reflective EP series, a continued celebration of collaboration and experimentation through remixes and new original works. The bass deity released two pieces from the EP this month, “Heavyweight Sound” with Jentsen and RD and his remix of Rusko‘s “High.” New features on the EP include collaborations with Vindata, Gnar Gnar, Conrank, and an appearance by Bassnectar’s downtempo side project, Naux Faux, with Sayr.
The lead single from the EP is a remix of Lorin Ashton’s own “FSOSF,” originally from his 2007 Underground Communication album. Maintaining its celestial, delayed mallet melody, the track continues the narrative of exploration with complex sound design; a precursor to the rest of the project. “Whiplash” features London-based, vocal academic and beatboxer, Reeps One. The collaboration with Gnar Gnar stars the beatboxing vocals, which naturally ride a low end grittiness, showcasing Reeps One’s dual vocal frequency range.
“Easy Does It” hits the don of bass’ signature growling synths and bass right from the start. The track carries a melody from the beginning, juxtaposing a beautiful arrangement with heavy hardstyle flourishes. In contrast, “The Mothership” takes a jovial tone with an uplifting theme in a welcomed departure from Bassnecar’s characteristic griminess. The EP ends with a remix of “Enchanted” by Naux Faux off 2018’s Enchanted. The remix here is subtle, it’s an old-school use of the term remix, as in the song was literally re-mixed from the original rather than almost completely redone.
1. Bassnectar & Maximillian – FSOSF (Bassnectar Remix)
2. Bassnectar & Jantsen – Heavyweight Sound ft. RD
3. Bassnectar & Gnar Gnar – Whiplash ft. Reeps One
4. Bassnectar & Conrank – Easy Does It
5. Rusko – High (Bassnectar Remix)
6. Bassnectar & Vindata – The Mothership
7. Naux Faux – Enchanted (Bassnectar Remix)
If there is one thing that Bassnectar is good at, its combining styles into truly original productions. Seeing the artist perform live is nothing short of breathtaking as he seamlessly mixes down unexpected tunes. It is no wonder that Bassnectar has one of the largest cult followings in all of dance music. Bassnectar – Reflective
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Bassnectar has had an interesting past few weeks. The producer found himself in a bit of hot water after Tweeting out some inflammatory comments about both politics and religion. Fortunately, fans quickly moved on from the display of personal opinion that many people for some reason feel that artists shouldn’t be capable of making. Now
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