Dirtybird brings Birdhouse back to Chicago Lakefront | Photos by Charles Cushman

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Good Morning Mix: deadmau5 leaves 2019 Creamfields attendees awestruck with cube v3 display [Watch]

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Good Morning Mix: deadmau5 leaves 2019  Creamfields attendees awestruck with cube v3 display [Watch]Deadmau5 2019 1

With the opening chords of deadmau5‘s 2019 single, “nosedive,” the producer’s catalog-canvassing set from Creamfields 2019 commences. Patrons of the globally attended UK event and those not present for deadmau5’s striking showing alike can now experience the Friday, August 23 performance in its full-length glory, as the set has become available in its entirety. The effort foregrounds deadmau5’s electronic marvel, the cube v3, from atop which he delivers his set.

deadmau5 shuffles through cornerstone productions from his earlier days in the industry such as 2016’s “Imaginary Friends” and 2009’s “Ghosts ‘N’ Stuff,” before inviting Lights onstage for a live rendition of “Raise Your Weapon.” Lights and deadmau5 then jointly transition into their lengthily anticipated collaborative effort of 2018, “Drama Free.” An incontrovertible classic, deadmau5’s “Strobe” provides a formidable finale to the stunning sonic affair.

Photo credit: Matt Barnes

DGTL to continue expansion, with first Asian edition heading to India in 2020

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DGTL to continue expansion, with first Asian edition heading to India in 2020Bengaluru Dhtl

DGTL, one of the world’s premier music and arts festivals will be taking its trendsetting lineup and eco-friendly concepts to Asia in January 2020. The festival, which has already proven an international sensation with success in locations like Tel Aviv, São Paulo, Barcelona, and Amsterdam, will be touching down at the LaLit Ashok in Bengaluru, India January 11-12 of next year.

In terms of talent, DGTL pushes the envelope time after time, not only giving fans a healthy variety of top-tier house and techno, but also honing their focus in on local, homegrown talent and live electronic sets. While no acts for the Bengaluru event have yet been announced, a glance at other editions’ talent will show just how deep DGTL rolls. The lineup for the upcoming three-day festival in Barcelona Aug 23-25, for example, highlights Chris Liebing, Jeff Mills, Tale of Us and Todd Terje, to name a few.

While acclaimed acts in dreamy locations mostly sells itself, DGTL’s ambition and vision doesn’t stop there. This year, the festival was adorned with the International Greener Festival Award for its extensive list of sustainable initiatives woven into the event, innovating and experimenting with methods to lessen the global footprint left by festivals and their attendees. DGTL Bengaluru, however, will be kicking off 2020, the year that the festival aims to be the first fully circular and climate-neutral festival in the world. An improbably tall order, though if any festival has the necessary tools to accomplish such a feat, it’s DGTL.

Tickets are not yet available, but you can sign up for more info and updates about DGTL Bengaluru here.

EDC Orlando unveils 2019 lineup, expands to three days

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EDC Orlando unveils 2019 lineup, expands to three daysEdc Orlando 1

2019 promises to be a banner year of production for Electric Daisy Carnival‘s (EDC) East Coast arm in Orlando, as the staple of the Sunshine State festival circuit unveils its largest lineup yet.

The event will bring a broader selection of electronic talent to Tinker Field from November 8-10 as it expands from a two- to a three-day dance affair to accommodate its voracious following. Jam-packed with the genre’s most acclaimed artists, EDC Orlando’s 2019 lineup features 3LAU, ZHU, Kaskade, Habstrakt, Diplo, DJ Snake, CamelPhat, Gorgon City, just to name a few from the star-spangled roster. More than 20 artists will make their timely Orlando debut, including ANNA, FISHER, Nora En Pure, i_o, and San Holo, among others.

An array of stage takeovers further diversifies EDC Orlando’s agenda. Adam Beyer and Green Velvet will curate branded talent for their Drumcode and La La Land demonstrations, respectively. Dreamstate will meanwhile cater to the trance enthusiasts in attendance, while Bassrush, LA’s Factory93, and Insomniac Music Group will assemble their own aural armies across their takeovers. The mau5trap crew is more than likely to further the trademarked fun with a band of We Are Friends envoys.

Passes to EDC Orlando’s 2019 chapter are now available here.

EDC Orlando unveils 2019 lineup, expands to three daysEdc Orlando

Photo Credit: Insomniac

Seven Lions Speaks Out About Missing Moonrise Music Festival

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This past weekend, fans flocked from all over for Moonrise Music Festival. Acts included 12th Planet, Illenium, Excision, Lick and many more. One of the most anticipated sets of the weekend was Seven Lions. But, due to circumstances out of his control, the DJ missed his set. This definitely wasn’t ideal circumstances for anyone. From

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The Elevating Summer Experience That Is Colorado’s Arise Music Festival

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Nestled about 60 miles north of Denver in the town of Loveland, Colorado is the Sunrise Ranch and Spiritual Retreat Center. Here they focus on spearheading and cultivating a sense of sustainability, spirituality, wellness and the arts through a variety of services, programs and events that they offer. But perhaps the largest and most captivating

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Man dies after suffering ‘medical emergency’ at Lollapalooza

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Man dies after suffering ‘medical emergency’ at LollapaloozaLollapalooza

A 24-year-old man attending Grant Park, Chicago’s Lollapalooza festival this past Saturday died after suffering a “medical emergency,” NBC Chicago reports.

The man, whom first responders found near the festival’s Perry’s Stage, was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital where he was soon pronounced dead, according to the Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications. Officials have not yet shared a cause of death.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family during this difficult time,” the OEMC offered in a recent statement.

Last year, a 16-year-old boy from Mundelein, Illinois died upon attending the festival, with 160 others hospitalized. The number of reported hospitalizations thus far for 2019’s iteration is significantly lower than previous years, likely due in part to the extended weekend’s milder weather.

h/t: NBC Chicago

Where and when to stream Lollapalooza this weekend

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Where and when to stream Lollapalooza this weekendLollapalooza

This year, YouTube and YouTube music have exclusive rights to the Lollapalooza live stream for the four-day entirety of the Chicago-housed extended weekend of musical mayhem. The festival previously streamed through Red Bull TV.

The internationally attended mega-festival kicks off Thursday, August 1, and runs through Sunday, August 4, with select sets available for worldwide streaming each day. Electronic lovers who can’t make it out to the Windy City for the real deal will be comforted to know the festival’s standout dance acts like RÜFÜS DU SOL, Flume, Louis The Child, RL Grime, Alesso, and lots more will all make it to the live stream, across its three stylistically designated channels.

The grandiose Grant Park annual affair will this year welcome a cross-genre array of headliners like Kacey Musgraves, The Strokes, The Chainsmokers, and Tame Impala, who will all each be available for live stream, as well.

Full Schedule (in ET):

Thursday, August 1st:
06:30 – Lennon Stella (2)
07:00 – Fitz & The Tantrums (1)
07:15 – Deorro (2)
08:00 – Hozier (1)
08:00 – Rüfüs Du Sol (2)
09:00 – The Chainsmokers (1)
09:15 – The Strokes (2)

Friday, August 2nd:
02:00 – The Nude Party (1)
02:00 – SHAED (2)
02:00 – CRAY (3)
02:45 – Conan Gray (2)
03:00 – Normani (1)
03:00 – Ghostemane (3)
03:45 – half•alive (2)
04:00 – Yultron (3)
04:15 – Sigrid (2)
04:45 – CloZee (3)
05:00 – IDLES (1)
05:15 – HONNE (2)
05:45 – Party Favor (3)
06:00 – Rich the Kid (2)
06:45 – 21 Savage (1)
06:45 – King Princess (2)
06:45 – Gud Vibrations vs Slugz Music (3)
08:00 – Snails (3)
08:45 – Tame Impala (1)
08:45 – FKJ (2)
09:00 – Alesso (3)
09:15 – Death Cab For Cutie (2)

Saturday, August 3rd:
02:00 – The Band Camino (1)
02:00 – Omar Apollo (2)
02:00 – WAVEDASH (3)
02:30 – Diablo (3)
02:45 – Mondo Cozmo (1)
02:50 – Alec Benjamin (2)
03:15 – WHIPPED CREAM (3)
03:30 – Bad Suns (2)
03:45 – Men I Trust (1)
04:00 – Jonas Blue (3)
04:20 – Jade Bird (1)
04:30 – Pink Seat$ (2)
05:00 – 6LACK (1)
05:00 – Loud Luxury (3)
05:15 – Chelsea Cutler (2)
06:00 – Gary Clark Jr. (1)
06:00 – Whethan (2)
06:00 – Elephante (3)
06:45 – Lil Wayne (1)
06:45 – Bring Me the Horizon (2)
07:15 – Gryffin (3)
07:45 – Judah & The Lion (2)
08:30 – RL Grime (3)
08:45 – twenty one pilots (1)
09:00 – Madeon (3)

Sunday, August 4th:
02:00 – slenderbodies (1)
02:00 – GG MAGREE (3)
02:45 – Gunna (1)
02:50 – G Flip (2)
03:15 – Opiuo (3)
04:30 – Masego (2)
04:35 – The Revivalists (1)
05:00 – Boombox Cartel (3)
05:15 – Louis the Child (2)
05:35 – Sharon Van Etten (1)
06:00 – Diesel / Shaquille O’Neal (3)
06:35 – Kacey Musgraves (1)
07:00 – Manic Focus (3)
07:35 – Slash feat. Miles Kennedy (1)
08:00 – Mitski (2)
08:00 – San Holo (3)
08:45 – Flume (2)

Photo Credit: Maclay Heriot

After trying everything to make it work, Woodstock 50 officially cancelled

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After trying everything to make it work, Woodstock 50 officially cancelledDead And Company Live Credit Billboard

Woodstock 50 has officially bit the dust.

Woodstock 50’s tumultuous months-long saga of logistical nightmares has come to an anticlimactic end with the event’s official cancellation, just weeks before it was set to take place. A series of major operational hurdles over the last few months proved to be too much for Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang, most recently having to move the event to Maryland after losing two permits, as well as funding partners, in New York. Furthermore, in an attempt to salvage the event, all performing artists were released from their contracts, but asked to play at a now-free event.

Radius clauses and the remnant stench of the Fyre Festival fiasco started forcing artists to bail left and right, starting with JAY-Z and the Dead & Company. Lang is now turning his attention to supporting the competing Woodstock homage event which is taking place in Bethel, New York, near the original Woodstock site. In a statement, Lang expressed his disappointment,

“We are saddened that a series of unforeseen setbacks has made it impossible to put on the festival we imagined with the great line-up we had booked and the social engagement we were anticipating. When we lost the Glen and then Vernon Downs we looked for a way to do some good rather than just cancel. We formed a collaboration with [voting encouragement organization] HeadCount to do a smaller event at [Columbia, Maryland’s] Merriweather Pavilion to raise funds for them to get out the vote and for certain NGOs involved in fighting climate change.”

Since Woodstock 50’s lineup was paid for in advance, Lang is calling for the artists and agents to donate a portion of their fees to HeadCount. Woodstock 50 seemed doomed from the moment online ticket sales failed to launch. Now, with a disbanded lineup, no venue, or strong financial backing, Woodstock 50 is sadly over before it started.

Shambhala’s 22nd Year is Just Around the Corner

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Shambhala is on its 22nd year and the lineup is something to marvel. Reaching through all genres of electronic music the festival provides some legends as well as some rising names. And this year a special treat for the regulars, a whole list of Shambhala favorites including Matt the Alien, The Librarian and Skiitour. Bringing

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