Martin Garrix and Zedd collaboration in full swing

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Martin Garrix and Zedd collaboration in full swingMartin Garri Zedd Wolf Productions

Apparently two of dance music’s most fawned-over figureheads are aligning. According to Martin Garrix, via an interview with South Florida’s Revolution 93.5 FM, there have been subtle, half-serious plans of a collaboration between Garrix and Zedd for nearly a decade. But only recently, as Garrix reports, he sent sent Zedd over some stems the latter found perfectly brilliant.

Garrix describes the work in progress as, “crazy, weird, different.” The two are ardently at work chiseling the impending composition. However there’s no solidified due date for the track as of yet. Though the Dutch dancefloor dynamo confirmed there’d be an eminent unveiling, with a high-in-the-sky Ultra or Tomorrowland caliber backdrop, once the duo is ready to debut it.

Garrix and his omnipresent Russian-German counterpart, Zedd, gave warrant to plenty of collaborative rumors in the last year or so, electing to wow audiences with multiple surprise back-to-back sets. One of the most notable of these was at the Echostage in Washington, D.C. last year. Zedd tweeted about a potential partnership soon after the performance. The dance music world voraciously awaits the fruits of this formidable twosome’s musical labor.

via: Revolution FM

Photo Credit: Wolf Productions

Diplo confirms unreleased work with Juice Wrld [Watch]

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Diplo confirms unreleased work with Juice Wrld [Watch]Diplo

Dance music’s workaholic stepdad, Diplo, revealed some noteworthy updates in an interview with Complex during Super Bowl Weekend. He spoke on his recent performance as an accessory on the Grammys front alongside Lil Nas X, by way of the mega-hit “Old Town Road,” which Diplo remixed. He also touched on Instagram flexing, working at public schools in Philly, Popeyes chicken sandwiches, touring in Greenland, cooling off after shows, and unheard works with the likes of Juice Wrld, Trippie Redd, 6ix9ine, and XXXTentacion.

A master of modern A&R, bridging multiple genre gaps for his Mad Decent label, he referenced his California EP where he collaborated with Trippie Red, Lil Yachty, Lil Xan, and more. He mentioned losing steam over the past few years after many of the aforementioned rappers suffered untimely deaths.

via: Complex

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Disclosure and Khalid release second collaboration after Grammy nod

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Disclosure and Khalid release second collaboration after Grammy nodDisclosure 3rd Album

After an bout of monumental success on their “Talk,” collaboration, Disclosure and Khalid are at it again with a surprise new offering, “Know Your Worth.” The strong singer/songwriter and producer combination received a Grammy nod for Record of the Year with “Talk.”

“Know Your Worth” debuted on Zane Lowe’s World Record. The Georgia vocalist told Beats 1 he felt like he was singing the song in a mirror as he felt the lyrics were something he needed to hear at the time he was writing them. This is the second single released by Khalid this year, following “Eleven.”

The Free Spirit crooner sings to a lover above a light electronic production consisting of lush keys, gliding percussion, a heart beat melodic bass line, and intermingled high-end ad libs to keep the sparkle throughout the work.

Disclosure‘s Guy Lawrence was also recently credited on Mac Miller’s Posthumous Circles project, for his work on “Blue World,” the second most Spotify streamed song from the LP.

Gorillaz hint at upcoming Tame Impala collaboration

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Gorillaz hint at upcoming Tame Impala collaborationGorillaz Tame Impala

At the onset of the year, Tame Impala‘s fourth studio album, The Slow Rush, was already one of the most anticipated LP’s of 2020. Now, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett’s Gorillaz have thrown their hat in the ring with the rollout of a new audiovisual project, Sound Machine, led by a slowthai and Slaves-assisted single, “Momentary Bliss.” Doubling down on potentially year-defining new material, it appears the two bands may be priming fans a collaboration together.

Recently, Gorillaz’s animated guitarist Noodle shared an image on social media of his cartoon cohorts invading the cover art for Tame Impala’s beloved 2015 LP, Currents. Considering Gorillaz’ recent “Momentary Bliss” was previewed in a similar fashion ahead of the tune’s release, an upcoming joint effort between Tame Impala and Gorillaz now seems imminent. See Noodle’s post below.

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Grimes and REZZ confirmed for new collaboration

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Grimes and REZZ confirmed for new collaboration02 Grimes 2018 Press Cr Eli Russell Linnetz Billboard 1548

As preceded by much speculation, Grimes and REZZ have once again confirmed they are in the studio together. There has yet to be any hints as to what the upcoming collaboration between the two electronic powerhouses entails or when it arrives, but anticipation from fans has already erupted.

Both artists have been hard at work bringing their boundary-pushing concepts to life through new projects, tours, and more—with Grimes preparing to drop her upcoming LP and REZZ having recently released Yultron-heater, “Hell On Earth” last month. Sharing similar qualities of supernatural mystique, experimental styles and spectral sonics, the fellow Canadian producers subsequent collaboration and admiration for one another comes hardly as a surprise. It also wouldn’t be the first time Grimes has dipped her toes into the darker bass world, having previously teamed up with techno prince i_o on vapory, pop-leaning production, “Violence.”

Grimes’ fifth studio album, Miss_Anthropocene is due February 21. She has released four singles including “So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth“, “4ÆM“, “My Name Is Dark,” and “Violence” leading up to the demon-centric themed LP.

Photo Credit: Russell Linnetz / Billboard

Oliver Heldens and Mesto join forces for dance floor ready ‘G.O.A.T.’

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Oliver Heldens and Mesto join forces for dance floor ready ‘G.O.A.T.’Oliver Heldens Photo Credit Rukes

Oliver Heldens and Mesto are two artists hailed for their ability to craft an inimitable mainstage anthem. They have now combined forces to create just that, with new single “G.O.A.T.”

Heldens and Mesto sample vintage-veering synths and combine them with robotic undertones, crafting a unique yet upbeat cacophony of sounds. The single has the ability to draw energy from a crowd placed in a quaint club setting or on a larger-than-life festival stage.

This is not the first time Heldens and Mesto have worked together, as seen in their creative synergy. “G.O.A.T.” is a worthy continuation of this collaborative spirit. The single is out now via Heldeep.

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Drake and Future convene for new single, ‘Life is Good,’ with accompanying visual in tow [Watch]

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Drake and Future convene for new single, ‘Life is Good,’ with accompanying visual in tow [Watch]Drake Future

It’s been just about four years since Drake’s name has been credited alongside Future’s, since the What A Time To Be Alive days to be exact, but the collaborative drought has ended with “Life Is Good,” so pop the champagne and let it bubble. A sharp exposition of Drake and Future’s synergy, the earlier LP yielded the pervasive cuts “Jumpman” and “Big Rings,” and “Life Is Good” appears destined for the same sort of ubiquity.

The hip-hop mavericks’ latest outing rebels against the conventional song format in which rappers fluidly trade verses over the same sustained beat. In contrast to this stylistic standard, “Life is Good” is essentially two singles bundled under its titular umbrella, one supplied by Drake, the other, Future.

Drake handles the opening duties, and with a decisive switch of the beat, passes the verbal baton to Future, whose flow is characteristically voluble. “Life is Good” is accompanied by a music video that sees both artists assume various service roles as 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, and other artists make cameos.

Photo Credit: Epic Records

Nitti Gritti and Funtcase Release New Collaboration Single “To Death”

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This Friday, Nitti Gritti and Funtcase released their new collaboration single, “To Death.” The two music producers have decided to leave the 2019 year on a good note by releasing this new impressive single. Nitti Gritti is known to diversify his sound, ranging from dubstep, house, trap, and much more. Funtcase, on the other hand,

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Feed Me unfolds electro feeler, ‘Little Spaces,’ featuring YOSIE

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Feed Me unfolds electro feeler, ‘Little Spaces,’ featuring YOSIEFeed Me With Teeth Winter Tour 2013 2

Feed Me returns with a six-minute electro thriller, “Little Spaces,” featuring celestial vocals from YOSIE. Through sprinkling synths and scintillating arpeggiation, the vocals carry through the spacious atmosphere to a flip of energy towards a glitchy electro hook. The contrast speaks volumes to Jon Gooch’s out-of-the-box musical style with a house skeleton, as the third drop carries a future bass tone into a euphoric build.

Gooch kicked off 2019 with the release of his High Street Creeps LP through mau5trap. Most recently, he offered up the high-energy electro production, “Nothing Hurts Like You” featuring pop-rock vocals from Sam Calver. He’s known for his diversity in song with alter-egos like Spor, under which he produces jungle, along with a brief melodic run under his Unicron moniker. He’s nothing if not an active, ever evolving aural creator.

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Subtronics and Zeds Dead Finally Release “Bumpy Teeth”

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Popular music producers, Zeds Dead and Subtronics have officially released their exciting new collaboration “Bumpy Teeth.” Fans have been waiting for a collaboration like this for quite some time, especially because of Subtronics’ sudden breakout this year. Thankfully, the waiting has finally ended and now we all have the chance to listen to the new

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