Following Bassnectar’s remix of Ellie Goulding’s “Lights,” Ellie Goulding won over fans not only in pop music, but dance music as well. The “Love Me Like You DO” singer has announced her recent engagement to Caspar Jopling. The duo’s relationship caught the worldwide attention after a karaoke session last April. Now the two have announced
Kepik has released his remix of the Gazzo X American Authors hit Good Ol’Boys. The San Francisco based producer was born and bred in Hawaii, and you can feel the island passion flowing in his works. This does not mean he makes trop-house, in fact his musical style ranges from Trance to Progressive to Future
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Who knows how many centuries the fortune under the eastern slope of Mount Davidson went untapped before the Grosh brothers happened upon it. The Pennsylvanian preacher’s sons had become seasoned prospectors during the gold rush years of the mid-19th century, and that experience served them well in Nevada’s Virginia Range southeast of Reno, where in … More »
With Super Bowl 52 only a couple of weeks away, fans in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area have been keeping an eye out for huge concert announcements to hit the area during game weekend. Some time ago, it was announced that a temporary venue was being built in order to host one of these weekend events.
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Camila Cabello stuck the landing so emphatically that it’s easy to forget she leapt in the first place. This time last year the 20-year-old Cuban-Mexican singer from Miami was fresh out of Fifth Harmony, her generation’s most popular girl group, assembled by Simon Cowell from an array of teenage strangers on the short-lived American edition … More »
Can we talk about Eminem’s Revival tracklist for a minute? It is not a promising tracklist. “Foreboding” is a better word for it. Look at these features:
When Martin Garrix premiered his unreleased track, “So Far Away,” with David Guetta, at Tomorrowland 2017, it became the most-talked-about event of the festival. However, the event apparently did not sit well with Ellie Goulding‘s management.
The track, featuring dual vocals of Goulding and Conor Maynard, was an instant main stage hit, with fans clamoring for an official release. Yet, rumors began circulating that Goulding would no longer be the vocalist on the track for reasons unclear. The reason has recently been uncovered via Garrix and Goulding’s Twitter exchanges. Due to Garrix’s premature and seemingly innocent on-stage premier, Goulding’s record label made the executive move to pull her vocals from the track — despite Goulding’s insistence that she was enamored with the track herself.
Garrix has since confirmed that the track will be coming out this Friday, December 1, regardless featuring vocals from Romy & Jamie Scott.
After confirming the release of two of his most anticipated tracks, Martin Garrix shed some light on the collaboration with Ellie Goulding. Now that Martin Garrix and David Guetta’s collaboration “So Far Away” is rumored to being released on December 1st, Martin Garrix told fans that the song he premiered at Tomorrowland earlier this year
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The universe has a funny way of slapping us with irony in some situations. Just yesterday we ran an in depth article about which Martin Garrix tracks we could expect to be released and which have been confirmed dead. In that article it was noted that the release with David Guetta and Ellie Goulding named,
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Dash Berlin has been teasing his remix of Ellie Goulding’s “Still Falling For You” since Ultra Miami. Ripped copies are already floating around online as well as festival setlists, but this week, the Dutch party starter has teased it once again during an exclusive mix on Sirius XM.
The clip is certainly worthy of the hype it’s received thus far; Goulding’s vocals float along an easily digestible big room base, making for a perfect radio hit. Fans are hoping that this newest reveal of the edit implies a release in the near future.
While the record itself, and Dash’s music as a whole is a far cry from his trance days, the enthusiastic producer has demonstrated a keen handle over tropes that make mass audiences tick over the past couple years.