Today seems to be a big day for you headliners, for more EDC Las Vegas news has come our way. Pasquale Rotella, founder of Insomniac, and his team took to Instagram today to answer some questions from fans and to celebrate the beginning of the EDC Las Vegas sale. Fortunately, one of the biggest questions
Headliners, it’s time to reserve your spot at this upcoming EDC Las Vegas. Tickets for the magical event are officially on sale! You can now purchase your passes at the cheapest price they can be. GA passes are on sale starting at $319 plus fees for Early Owl. If you are unable to purchase your
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Every year, hundreds of thousands of headliners travel from across the globe to the desert oasis known as Sin City. For three consecutive days, Las Vegas becomes electrified by the sights and sounds of North America’s largest dance music festival, Electric Daisy Carnival. The Las Vegas Motor Speedway becomes a raver paradise filled with camping,
Headliners, some great news has finally arrived. EDC Las Vegas 2019 Passes are officially on sale now! Yes, it was very sudden, but Pasquale Rotella, founder of Insomniac and the beloved festival, has generously provided us with a payment plan with a deposit of just $19.99 and a $48.74 monthly fee! Next year, EDC Las
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Call The Chainsmokers output radio fodder, but fans will be hard pressed to call their newest collaboration with NGHTMRE remotely close to the pop music that propelled the duo to megastardom. The track is titled “Save Yourself,” and it is a part of The Chainsmokers’ steady stream of releases, landing as the sixth track on their EP, Sick Boy.
Fans were surprised when NGHTMRE previewed the joint project during his EDC Las Vegas performance, and the full release proves that a live set is the track’s perfect home. “Save Yourself” features a monstrous bassline holding steady through dancing chords that build into cutting dubstep breaks. Drew Taggart is the vocalist on the track, which manages to complement the heavy production without being the focal point of the song. The Chainsmokers spoke in an official release about how the track serves as a ‘coming home’ for the duo, in a departure of their dominating pop sound.
“We are really excited about this tune. Tyler (NGHTMRE) has been a good friend of ours for sometime and we always talked about how great it would be to work together on a song. We have always been a huge fan of his style of producing and thought that if we came together on a song we could make something really unique and badass, and the idea of making something really gnarly was very appealing… We come from the dance world, those are our roots and we are really excited to release a song that is deeply rooted in that with NGHTMRE.”
Newcomer Zack Martino has teamed up with veteran progressive house extraordinaire Borgeous for a new collaboration titled “Make Me Yours.” Those who witnessed Borgeous perform at EDC Las Vegas saw the producer debut the song, and since then, fans have anxiously awaited the track’s full release.
Soaring vocals merge with a catchy melody to give the track the ultimate radio appeal. Martino speaks enthusiastically about the collaboration’s release, calling it one of his favorites.
“The last year has been incredible for me, having released a ton of remixes then having my first major release ‘Hold On to Me’ go No. 1,” Martino says. “Doing this collaboration with a great artist like Borgeous I knew we had to go back to our progressive house roots and I’m extremely happy with the outcome, it’s one of my favorites.”
Borgeous describes how the track takes him back to his earlier production days.
“This song brings me back to where it all started sonically,” he says. “I wanted to put out a record that aligned with ‘Invincible,’ ‘Wildfire’ and ‘Zero Gravity.’ This song is a special one.’
The track marks Borgeous’s long-awaited return to Armada Music.
I know it is hard to return to normal after a mega festival such as EDC Las Vegas. After I got home from Ultra I was not normal for like 3 weeks, and I am totally sober. So I cannot imagine how it is readjusting after a week of partying. It seems that whoever is
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Mass shootings have become an unfortunate reality of living in America in recent years. What is even more troubling is that music festivals and concerts have been the targets of these attacks. Last October a man launched a terror attack from the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas towards The Route 91 Music Festival. In
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NGHTMRE has had a stream of high-profile collaborations in the past year with the likes of Dillon Francis and Ghastly, proving there’s no stopping him. The LA-based producer played a collaboration he has coming out with The Chainsmokers during his EDC Las Vegas set. The track showcases a different direction for both NGHTMRE and The Chainsmokers, with Drew Taggart‘s vocals falling into a dirty drop. The Chainsmokers have been leaning pop as of late, while NGHTMRE is known for his kicking bass drops.
No information has been released about the track name or release date, but fans attending an upcoming Chainsmokers or NGHTMRE show can expect to hear it played. Fans can listen to the new track starting at 14:35 of NGHTMRE’s set on Mixcloud.
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After releasing “Another Dimension” with Dillon Francis and “End of the Night” with Ghastly, NGHTMRE is readying to show off one of his biggest collaborations to date. During his time at Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2018, the DJ and producer took to kineticFIELD to drop his highly anticipated collaboration with The Chainsmokers called “What
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