Khiva drops her latest remix and it’s pure fire. Not one to step away from the hard task of delivering deep, dark and dangerous tracks, Khiva steps up with her new remix of Kloudmen in devastating form. Currently on tour in Canada with TRUTH… check her out if you’re lucky enough to be in those parts! Details
Last night, Carnage and Deadmau5 performed at Cemetery of Sound in Calgary, Canada. During the festival, a huge feud occurred between the two DJs. According to Carnage, after his performance, Deadmau5, surrounded by security, walked up to him and pushed him for no supposed reason. Afterwards, security escorted the trap star out of the premises.
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SOCAN, the Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada, have teamed with Pioneer to better track what is being played in clubs and venues across the country and, in turn, better distribute royalties to the proper artists.
Dubbed KUVO, the device plugs directly into the performer’s mixing board and collects the metadata from the tracks that are being played. In doing so, KUBO can then send the information directly to SOCAN who will then distribute royalties to the proper artists. This is a vast improvement over DJs providing their own playlists, as many don’t plan their sets out in advance and are then liable to forget a track or be unable to provide a list at all.
SOCAN is set to begin the roll out the KUVO devices to clubs, venues, and festivals starting in Toronto — entirely for free.
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Twin Peaks ended this week, for the second time, and I have no idea whether I liked it or not. Certain scenes were utterly spellbinding; others were so boring that I wanted to chew my own fingers off. It may or may not make sense, ultimately, and I’m not sure I care whether it did … More »
Beck’s bright, upbeat new album Colors is coming out next month, and he’s already shared a handful of its songs, including one, “No Distraction,” just last night. Today, he’s come through with a fun, energetic video for “Up All Night,” the single he released almost a year ago. Whatever you think of … More »
For its third installment, AIM Electronic Music Festival is returning to Carillon Park in the municipality of St-André-d’Argenteuil located in the Laurentians [less than an hour away from Montreal] on the dates of July 14, 15, and 16. AIM is unique in its genre among the Quebec festival circuit and especially due its line-up which features
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With a successful season opener of Electric Island this past Victoria Day holiday, Toronto’s concert and picnic series are already gearing up for one of the most special celebrations of them all – Canada Day. Beginning on Saturday, July 1st the beautiful country will turn a triumphant 150 years young, while Electric Island also celebrates
A rare positive has arisen from the never-ending saga of the disastrous Fyre Festival as the Canadian-based Wayhome Music Festival has decided to lend a helping-hand to the distraught, trust-fund occupying attendees who suffered through 48 hours of rationed food portions while stranded on the Bahamian island until outgoing flights resumed.
Embracing the stereotypical Canadian way of life, the Wayhome committee announced their incredible gesture of kindness by stating that “all 2017 Fyre Festival ticket holders can redeem their ticket for a 2017 WayHome General Admission Ticket by sending a copy of their unique confirmed Fyre Festival ticket to the following address; firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Featuring major artists like Flume, Justice, Illenium, Louis the Child, Marshmello, and Porter Robinson, Wayhome welcomes their doors from July 28-30 to all members of the dance music community, even if they happen to be Fyre festival refugees.
After the unsuspecting cancellation of Pemberton Music Festival, Wayhome has decided to extend their generosity to ticket-holders of the west-coast festival. Catching everyone by surprise after the uber late announcement of their 2017 lineup, the social downfall of the festival began when attendees caught word of the parent company’s bankruptcy, and statement regarding “no automatic refunds” for ticket holders.
Pemberton Music Festival didn’t take long to establish itself as one of Canada’s biggest festivals. The British Columbian affair was known for its picturesque surrounding scenery and diverse, Coachella-esque lineup which featured a large roster of artists across the musical spectrum.
Despite its incredible look on paper, the event has had a notoriously tattered past, having to cancel two subsequent editions after its debut in 2008 and not returning until its three year run from 2014-2016. On May 18, Pemberton met its official demise. Not only will it not be taking place this July, but the festival has now filed bankruptcy, according to documents discovered by Global News.
Ticket holders were met with even worse news – no refunds will be given due to the event’s protection under bankruptcy law. If they do wish to see any of their funds returned, they’d have to file a proof of claim as a creditor through the courts. Even if they do so, generally approved proof of claims are paid out in installments over the period of bankruptcy.
Artists slated to headline this year included Major Lazer, Carnage, Zeds Dead, and more. Huka Entertainment, the primary promoters of the event, had the following statement:
“For the past four years, Huka Entertainment has worked to create a one-of-a-kind experience in the most beautiful place on earth. We are heartbroken to see the 2017 Pemberton Music Festival cancelled.
As a contract producer, Huka did not make the decision to cancel the festival. That decision was made by the Pemberton Music Festival, LP. We are extremely disappointed for our fans, artists and all of our partners who have supported the festival over the years.”
H/T: Global News