Sam Feldt releases ‘After the Sunset’ remix album

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With the release of his debut album in 2017, Dutch powerhouse Sam Feldt showed the world just how versatile his sound can be. Over the course of 24 tracks, Feldt brought together tropical house, deep house and a more commercialized pop sound for an album that appeals to listeners of all persuasions.

Now, Feldt returns to release a follow-up remix album to From Sunrise to Sunset called After the Sunset. This 16-track remix LP features fresh takes on Feldt’s iconic tracks by artists like Breathe Carolina, Joe Stone, Zonderling, De Hofnar, and many more. Overall, the artists’ featured remixes bring energetic, club-ready sounds to Feldt’s original tracks, priming them for the dance floor. The LP is out now on Spinnin’ Records.


Tujamo Presents: The Single Man’s Playlist

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It is with great pleasure that we present a 15-track playlist from one of the Titan’s of EDM, Tujamo. When we recieved the playlist we knew this would be chalk full of certified bangers. The best part, there are some tracks in here you probably haven’t heard before. Looking back on life as an Electronic

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New Music Friday: Kayzo, Showtek, Tritonal, Breathe Carolina, Lane 8

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It’s Friday, January 5th and that means that we have new music to get your weekend poppin’. As we make our first playlist of 2018, you better believe that it’s filled with some incredible new dance music songs for this week’s New EDM This Week official playlist. This past week, we discovered 58 new songs

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Breathe Carolina Teams With Sunstars On Electro Gem “DYSYLM”

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Breathe Carolina have remained an unstoppable force throughout 2017. Alongside releasing a number of riotous anthems, the duo have delivered killer performances around the globe. To kick off the new year, they have joined forces with Italian prodigies Sunstars to make their debut on Tiësto’s iconic Musical Freedom label with their new electro fused single

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NMF Roundup: Merk & Kremont’s future house anthem, Breathe Carolina reworks R3HAB & Khrebto + more

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

INTERCOM returns to Monstercat with a ferocious drum & bass VIP mix of his September track, “Decoy World” with Park Avenue.

Adding to the VIPs hitting the SoundCloud stream, Virtual Riot has released his hard-hitting mix of his track “Everyday.”

Dubspeeka has released a deep 10-minute anthem, “Enter Theme.”

Merk & Kremont are ending 2017 with a bang, releasing a hefty future house tune called “Turn It Around.”

K Theory have reworked their 2014 track “Stadium” into a fresh and clean remaster.

After playing it out for years, The Prototypes have finally released their insane drum & bass bootleg of Knife Party‘s “LRAD.”

Breathe Carolina reworks R3HAB and Khrebto‘s “You Could Be” into a lively house anthem.

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Bassjackers & Breathe Carolina – The Fever

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The Bassjackers have teamed up with Breathe Carolina and APEK to release a hot, synth-infused, and bass heavy track dubbed “The Fever.” 

Kicking off with deep and dark vocals, the tune soon progresses to an extraordinarily energetic buildup that unleashes havoc with melodies, slippery synths, and incredible chord progression. Bassjackers, Breathe Carolina, and APEK take things down a bit after the first chorus to emphasize a filtered pluck that leads us into the next drop. “The Fever” is all about buildups, synths, and festival vibes and is a head rush you’ll actually enjoy. 

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Breathe Carolina & Dropgun – Rhythm Is A Dancer (Feat. Kaleena Zanders)

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Breathe Carolina and Dropgun have proven to be an idyllic pairing. Recruiting burgeoning vocalist Kaleena Zanders, the artists have forged an enthralling cover of Snap’s “Rhythm Is A Dancer,” which plays upon the original classic’s disco aesthetic while presenting an contemporary house clip fit for summer festival sets.

Kaleena’s vocals add warmth and depth to the otherwise airy concoction, which mixes retro-inspired piano stabs and guitar riffs with hard-hitting future house drops built for the main stage. Indeed, the overall sentiment matches the track’s title perfectly.

“Rhythm Is A Dancer” is now available via Spinnin’ Records.

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Opinion: Famous DJs Using Social Media Bots Weakens Relationships With Real Fans

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As an average music fan, receiving the opportunity to interact with your heroes can be one of the most joyous and rewarding things to happen. Whether meeting them after a show, receiving a hand-written letter or posing for a quick photo, the interactions come as small moments for the artists to give back to fans and for listeners to show them how much their music has affected them.

In this new day and age of social media, however, the easiest and most effective way to communicate with your favorite artists comes through tweets, Instagram tags and Facebook statuses. When your short message receives a favorite, repost or comment, it can garner a similar feeling of excitement among fans who would never get the chance to speak with their idols otherwise. When this type of interaction is traded to an automated response system, however, the magic is sorely lost.

The practice of employing Twitter and Instagram bots has become very common within the EDM sphere, with DJs like Jauz, Marshmello, Flosstradamus and Dada Life contributing only a small portion to the bot pool. In exchange for an automatic service that instantly likes, favorites and even comments on posts with keywords, tags or references, these accounts can see a boost in followage and interaction, albeit a very minimal one.

By scrolling through the often late-night likes of these DJs’ popular social media accounts, very strange and sometimes illicit posts from obscure users can be found with a custom Marshmello comment or a like from Breath Carolina.

Whether it’s a blurry photo of food, an irrelevant inspirational quote, or simply a post with the correct EDM-related hashtag, you can bet that these DJs’ bots will find it and show it some love.

Other than coming off as creepy, the bot-using practice is effective in removing a good portion of the unique and special substance of a real fan-to-artist interaction. Even though these artists retain access to the accounts, and can post real likes and comments at their leisure, the addition of endlessly weird favorites on posts that have nothing to do with themselves or EDM only create a thicker barrier between them and their listeners.

Have a look at some of the strangest bot interactions from the DJs listed above.


Featured Image: Rukes

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