Don Diablo decided to give fans a once in a life time stream of his new, upcoming album. This time FROM SPACE, or at least that is how the story goes. Was Don stowed away on that SpaceX rocket? We may never actually know. The only thing we know for sure is that he has
It’s Friday, January 20th and with our weekly new EDM playlist being updated yesterday’s it’s time to introduce this week’s newest tunes. From this past week alone, we discovered 205 new songs with a handful of remix EPs, new hit singles, and a handful of albums. Compare this to only 58 new releases from two
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After months of playing out a riveting future bass track in his sets, world-renowned producer Don Diablo has finally officially released the piece everyone’s been waiting for. The Dutch artist first dropped “People Say” as an ID at Ultra Music Festival in Miami during the spring of 2017, and ever since, fans have been trying to figure out the song’s title and its release date. With a sound that diverges from the future bass norm, it comes as no surprise that “People Say” has amassed such overwhelmingly positive support among Don Diablo’s followers even before its release. Featuring alluring synths, exhilarating builds, and passion overflowing in Paije’s colorful vocals, “People Say” is one of Don Diablo’s most captivating songs to date. The futuristic vibe Don Diablo effortlessly masters creates an air of high intensity, compelling, energy.
“I got asked to write something for the score of a science fiction film last year. The first thing I came up with was this futuristic instrumental that was a bit of a departure from my normal sound, but I loved it so much that I kept it for my own project and turned it into “People Say.” The upcoming album is all about pushing things forward, sonically and musically, taking things into the FUTURE in the broadest sense of the word. It’s been a fan favourite ever since I dropped it live for the first time and I am excited to show a different side of myself as a producer and artist.”
Over the years, Don Diablo has become a powerhouse in the Music Industry. The Dutch DJ/Producer has released timeless track after timeless track, mesmerizing sound waves across the world. Playing the most prominent festival and club stages from Vegas to Ibiza, Diablo has earned the ranks as one of the worlds best. Having had a
When it comes to a record of the most widely supported producers of today, 1001Tracklists offers a look through a retrospective lens, releasing its list of the “Top 101 Producers of 2017” a little over a week into 2018.
The “world’s leading DJ tracklist database,” 1001Tracklists accounts for mixes, radio shows, and club and festival sets alike, maintaining a quantitative musical log that tracks the frequency with which a given producer’s works appear across tracklists. 1001Tracklists’ meticulous strategy to measuring producer prominence across mixes, radio shows, and sets results in a precisely ordered list sees Skrillex at the very peak of the “Top 101 Producers of 2017” list, coming in at first place with a “Total Unique DJ Support” of 1,463. 1001 Tracklists’ “Total Unique DJ Support” represents the total number of times that a release crafted by the producer surfaced.
Don Diablo trailed Skrillex with a support of 1,198, followed by Axwell with 1,007, Diplo with 1,002, and Hardwell, rounding out the top five with 997. The broad list sees BROHUG, Tiesto, EDX, Eric Prydz, and more place within the top 20. The complete list of the most heavily supported producers of the previous year can be viewed here.
Don Diablo was a constant member of our news reporting in 2017. The artist had one of the strongest years on record releasing singles what seemed like every week, and helping countless artists get their start with collaborations and releases off of his Hexagonian imprint. Don Diablo spent the holidays over in Russia this year,
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Don Diablo has just unveiled his annual year in review mix. In just shy of 60 minutes, the dynamic producer delves into all of his momentous features and releases from the past calendar year.
2017 was a prosperous year for the future house maverick, who headlined mainstages around the world and had no shortage of festival-dominating releases. Between official remixes for DJ Snake and The Chainsmokers, and an enthralling slew of originals, Diablo drops off an ardent mix and heads into 2018 with his head held high.
1. Don Diablo ft A R I Z O N A – Take Her Place (VIP Mix)
2. Don Diablo – Momentum
3. DJ Snake ft Justin Bieber – Let Me Love You (Don Diablo Remix)
4. Don Diablo – Save A Little Love
5. The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This (Don Diablo Remix)
6. Don Diablo – Don’t Let Go ft Holly Winter
7. Don Diablo ft A R I Z O N A – Take Her Place
8. Don Diablo & Marnik – Children Of A Miracle
9. Rihanna – Love On The Brain (Don Diablo Remix)
10. Don Diablo & Steve Aoki x Lush & Simon – What We Started ft BullySongs (Don Diablo’s VIP Mix)
11. Don Diablo – Switch
12. Don Diablo – You Can’t Change Me
13. Don Diablo & Marnik – Children Of A Miracle (Don Diablo VIP Mix)
14. Zonderling – Tunnel Vision (Don Diablo Edit)
15. Don Diablo – Echoes
After Don Diablo premiered “You Can’t Change Me” at this year’s Tomorrowland, fans have since been eagerly awaiting its official release. Anticipation grew after a tease of the track on Twitter days before the release. Finally, on December 15th, Don Diablo’s newest Future House project was made available. Don Diablo’s trademark sounds found in his
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Don Diablo has released his latest future house single, “You Can’t Change Me,” via his own Hexagon label. The song has been excitedly awaited by Diablo’s fans since he mixed it into his Tomorrowland set this year and then proceeded to upload a teaser clip to Soundcloud. The release follows the Dutch artist’s explosive collaboration with Arizona, “Take Her Place,” which has racked up over 10 million streams on Spotify in less than two months.
In Diablo’s usual forward-thinking fashion, “You Can’t Change Me’s” meticulous composition is buoyant and upbeat without sounding painfully commercial. Its title and lyrics are reminiscent of their producer himself, as Diablo is known for his incessant innovation and tenacious resolve, earning him Beatport‘s #1 Future House Artist of 2016, as well as this year’s top spot on DJ Mag‘s Top 100 DJs.
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