Arizona’s most coveted New Year’s Eve experience, Decadence, has revealed this year’s full lineup, and to no one’s surprise, it’s just as lethal as years past.
Skrillex is returning for a second year in a row, while other high-caliber headliners look to end the year with a bang at the Rawhide Event Center just outside of Phoenix. Locked and loaded acts include Dillon Francis, Diplo, Galantis, Illenium, Zeds Dead, G Jones, a Tchami and Malaa No Redemptions set, Nora En Pure, Fisher, AC Slater, and a special Griztronics sets from GRiZ and Subtronics, celebrating their festival hit collaboration by their performing name.
Last year’s NYE Decadence festivities brought unforgettable performances by REZZ, Porter Robinson, Skrillex, and a special back-to-back set with NGHTMRE, and DJ Diesel. Click here for ticket information.
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FISHER and Chris Lake have made their rounds in delivering heated tech house sets to audiences enamored by the groove—most recently on their popular Under Construction b2b tour. Now, the duo have combined efforts for something extra special. The two house mavericks will debut their festival FISHER & Chris Lake Presents: NAFF in Brazil for two highly-anticipated show dates. Coined Not Another FKN Festival, the event hopes to promise exactly what it means.
NAFF will take place in São Paulo on November 29 and Rio de Janeiro on November 30. The event promises a three-hour b2b set from the duo and performances by local artists. FISHER and Chris Lake have teamed up with Brazilian agency Entourage to put on the label party. With a specialization in electronic music, Entourage provides representation and management of artists and event production and has previously collaborated on events including AiR Rooftop, Elrow São Paulo, and Festival Pilantragi.
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The first chapter of our history will be written in Brazil this November. Two events with @chrislake and @followthefishtv playing 3 hours B2B! Tickets sales start tomorrow (September 10th) mid day, Brazil Time, through @eventbritebr ! GRAB YOUR FKN TICKET AND BE PART OF IT! ⠀⠀ [PT] ⠀⠀ O primeiro capítulo da nossa história será escrito no Brasil em Novembro. Serão dois eventos (SP e RJ) com @chrislake e @followthefishtv tocando B2B por 3 horas. As vendas para ambos eventos iniciam amanhã (10 de Setembro) ao meio dia, no horário do Brasil, pelo site e app da @eventbritebr . GRAB YOUR FKN TICKET AND BE PART OF IT!
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Following the two successful sold out AMF shows this summer, AMF Seattle recently announced their return with another incredible party with a wonderful lineup filled well known and revered DJs. On Saturday, November 9, AMF Seattle will present the +18 Fisher The “You Little Beauty” Tour at Wamu Theatre with support from Claptone, Idris Elba,
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Over the past few years, it has grown hard to come by a festival line-up that doesn’t have Fisher printed across the c*nt of it. Since dropping “Losing It”, the wrist flicking Aussie DJ has firmly grasped the hearts of Electronic Music fans across the world. On top of that, he gives Dillon Francis a
In recent years, Australia has proven a bottomless breeding ground for inventive electronic artistry. Flume, Alison Wonderland, What So Not, and Anna Lunoe are just a fun-sized chunk of the abundant Aussie eminence molding and maestroing the electronic space from global vantage points. Wax Motif, however, has flown relatively under the radar until recently, despite wide-reaching support from his counterparts and releases on upper-echelon imprints like Tchami’s CONFESSION, AC Slater’s Night Bass, Tiësto’s Musical Freedom, and Destructo’s All My Friends.
Motif’s House Of Wax SoundCloud mix series sees the “Kush Groove” artist, known for his disco-driven, G-House-drenched strain of four on the floor, compile his quixotic tastes in hour-long segments. In the 26th installment, Motif summons the songs of the hour, with piping hot new offerings from Dog Blood, Fisher, Black Caviar, Chris Lake, UMEK, Eli Brown, Matroda, and Sonny Fodera. Now you know: When the wax starts drippin’, it’s time to wake up and shake it.
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San Diego’s premiere music festival, CRSSD festival will be returning this Fall in the heart of Downtown San Diego. The two day festival will take place on Saturday,September 28th – Sunday, September 29th at Waterfront Park, San Diego. CRSSD offers festival goers a meticulously curated lineup of world-class live and electronic musical performances across three
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San Diego’s biannual bedrock electronic music destination, CRSSD, has announced the first lineup phase of its fall run for 2019. At the top of the Sep 28-29 ticket sits indie sensations, Portugal. The Man, feverish house frenzy, Fisher, preeminent techno talent, Richie Hawtin, and more.
In just a handful of years since its harbor-side genesis along Waterfront Park, CRSSD has become a mainstay within Southern California’s festival front. Riddled with the niche, underground sounds that make dance music so beautifully beguiling, CRSSD’s curation has flourished in immaculately kept time with dance and indie culture.
Typical for each installment, CRSSD organizers will speckle its artistry across three stylized stages, as view of the picturesque Pacific glistens in their wakes. House heads would do well to flock to the The Palms, where Shiba San and Walker & Royce will hop on a back-to-back display. Techno is ever in the air at the City Steps, where Amelie Lens, Richie Hawtin, and more mavens of the moment will find their low-lit dwelling place. Finally, the Ocean View will house an amalgamation of experimental sounds from a-CRSSD the board, like Hot Chip, KAYTRANADA, and Portugal. The Man.
General festival information as well as tickets (available Jun 11) can be found here.
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Chris Lake continues to define and perfect tech house with his latest release “Stay With Me.” The producer is fresh off of his EDC Las Vegas set, and looks forward to a b2b set with FISHER in NYC, which sold out in less than a day.
The track initially follows the layout one might expect from Chris Lake, encapsulating the listener in a pulsing tech house backdrop with groovy basslines and soaring vocals. It builds and builds upon itself until climax, when it explodes into a robotic, melody-laced cacophony of synth riffs and heady percussion. It’s a piece built for live performance, and is expected to rile up dancefloors in NYC and across the world as Lake continues his joint tour.
“Stay With Me” is out now via his own Black Book Records.
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This week brings with it the arrival of a fiery new FISHER single—one fans have been eagerly anticipating—along with the next track from Avicii‘s posthumous album, TIM, called “Tough Love.” Gareth Emery and Ashley Wallbridge have delivered a 14-track LP called Kingdom United, featuring euphoric trance numbers like “Vesper.” Whethan‘s tapped Jeremih for his new single, “Let me Take You,” and Alpha 9 and Kameron Alexander arrive at Anjunabeats “Before The Dawn.” Boombox Cartel and MadeinTYO create a trappy party atmosphere in “NEW WIP,” and Habstrakt keeps the bass slapping in “Control.” Kill Paris once again uses plants to create music in “Venus Fly Trap,” and RL Grime unveils instrumental versions of his NOVA tracks, including “Shoulda.” Gorgon City and Kaskade lead us into the weekend with “Go Slow,” and Hannah Wants unleashes a retro house number with “Love Somebody.” Ellie Goulding taps Don Diablo for a remix of “Sixteen,” and Kölsch takes on Jam & Spoon’s “Stella.” David Guetta and RAYE join forces on “Stay (Don’t Go Away),” and Medasin crafts a breezy piece with Kathleen, “Always Afternoon.”
As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.
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