Kaskade Tries To Troll Eric Prydz And Above & Beyond, But It Didn’t Go As Planned

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Kaskade just pulled a major troll on his fans this afternoon, when he announced that he was going to be in Miami next month for Miami Music Week, and would be throwing a free 12 hour Redux party at the same time as Eric Prydz and Above & Beyond’s show.

As one might expect, we were all a little taken aback by this news… even Prydz himself.

Turns out it was just a simple troll, and Kaskade won’t even be in the state of Florida during MMW, let alone throwing a party there.

So cheers to Kaskade for having a little fun with fans… you jerk. <3

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Source: Kaskade Tries To Troll Eric Prydz And Above & Beyond, But It Didn’t Go As Planned

The Chainsmokers Response To Article Comparing Them To Nickelback Is Absurdly Perfect

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Yesterday, an article by Esquire comparing The Chainsmokers to Nickelback (with exceptional reasoning) went absolutely viral. With such vicious lines as “the duo sounds like it was written by and for the programmers of a Pandora EDM channel” and “the duo has managed to create beer pong tournament background music that offers nothing but repackaged EDM tropes for Spotify plays,” it’s no wonder.

But now, The Chainsmokers have given the textbook perfect response to the article, uploading a clip of them singing (and playing) to Instagram. Beginning with an acapella of “Paris,” they seamlessly transition into a rendition of “How You Remind Me” before cracking up.

We love the internet… watch this:

Welp, here’s the nickelback x chainsmokers mashup that no one wanted..

A video posted by The Chainsmokers (@thechainsmokers) on Jan 31, 2017 at 1:52pm PST

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Source: The Chainsmokers Response To Article Comparing Them To Nickelback Is Absurdly Perfect

Marshmello’s “Alone” And Jigglypuff’s Song Fit Perfectly Together

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File this under “things we didn’t think we’d see today,” but it turns out that Marshmello’s “Alone” and Jigglypuff’s hypnosis song fit strangely well together.

Discovered by Danny Trashock, when layered over each other, the two follow the same basic chord progression and, you could even say, sound quite nice together. All the respect in the world to Marshmello for “Alone,” but sometimes your songs end up being the same chord progression as a song sung by a Pokemon… shit happens.

Check it out below, and give Danny a like.

 

Image via Ryan Hadji

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Source: Marshmello’s “Alone” And Jigglypuff’s Song Fit Perfectly Together

This NYC Club Promoter Gets The Most Ridiculous Texts

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A contributing writer for Elite Daily posted a series of Instagram photos from an account run by supposed notorious New York club promoter Troy Gordon on Thursday that reveal some of the trials and tribulations of someone tasked with getting ladies to come to their shows.

According to the post, Gordon works as “everyone’s” promoter, meaning he’s constantly engaged in many conversations with girls about getting them out to the club. Of course, his situation makes for some strange and hilarious message threads.

Check below for a taste of Gordon’s text escapades, and watch out for a text from him if you’re ever going clubbing in NYC.

#nightlifetexts #nyc #boyfriends are the 🔑🗝🔌

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Oct 28, 2016 at 1:09am PDT

#nightlifetexts 1Oak tonight +16462515017

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Oct 16, 2016 at 5:21pm PDT

#anothernotchonherbelt #wiz #nightlifetexts

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Oct 7, 2016 at 9:34am PDT

She’s not thirsty at all #nightlifetexts

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Sep 20, 2016 at 7:12pm PDT

Some homeless guy got an early Christmas 🎄 #nightlifetexts

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Sep 19, 2016 at 11:24am PDT

I asked her where she’s going tonight

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Aug 6, 2016 at 9:07pm PDT

#the #only #time #i #think #its #fair #to #take #a #girl #off #masstexts #nightlifetexts

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Jan 25, 2016 at 6:32pm PST

#apparently #I #pee #gifts #so #this #christmas #im #going #to #make #it #rain #nightlifetexts

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Jun 25, 2016 at 5:03am PDT

When @danbilzerian comes to town these are the responses I get #nightlifemsgs

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Jun 25, 2015 at 11:09am PDT

#nightlifemsgs when you ask a girl to go out but she’s focused 🙋🙋👌

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Jun 9, 2015 at 11:17am PDT

@nightlifemsgs #nightlifemsgs #amicable

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on Apr 13, 2015 at 1:08pm PDT

#nightlifetexts #taking #a #shit #diarrhea #hilarious #text #i #get #when #at #nightclub

A photo posted by Troy Gordon (@troygordonnyc) on May 12, 2014 at 7:15pm PDT

 

Source: Elite Daily | Image: © Al Powers, PowersImagery.com

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Source: This NYC Club Promoter Gets The Most Ridiculous Texts

Snails’ Song “Frogbass” Shows Up In New Movie “Split”

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Split is an M. Night Shyamalan movie about how “three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities, and must try and escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th.” The movie released nationwide last Friday, and already someone has snapped a video of a particular scene from the movie that dance music fans should find hilarious (without context).

As it turns out, “Frogbass” by Snails is featured in the movie, in a scene presumably showing one of the antagonist’s younger personalities showing off one of his favorite songs. The reaction from the victim and the dance moves from James McAvoy’s character are enough to send us into crippling laughter.

Watch it below:

 

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: Snails’ Song “Frogbass” Shows Up In New Movie “Split”

The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

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The Chainsmokers are known for their crazy antics both in the studio and on stage, but this one might finally top them all. In a recent recording and playback session for a new unreleased song of theirs, Alex Pall slips in a sample of someone actually taking a shit into the mix. The challenge is to see if Drew will notice… he does.

Better yet, Drew decides they’re going to modify the sample and actually put it in the song. You can hear a good portion of the forthcoming track in the snap story – no name for the track has appeared as of yet.

 

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

This post was originally published on this site

The Chainsmokers are known for their crazy antics both in the studio and on stage, but this one might finally top them all. In a recent recording and playback session for a new unreleased song of theirs, Alex Pall slips in a sample of someone actually taking a shit into the mix. The challenge is to see if Drew will notice… he does.

Better yet, Drew decides they’re going to modify the sample and actually put it in the song. You can hear a good portion of the forthcoming track in the snap story – no name for the track has appeared as of yet.

 

Image via Rukes.com

This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

This post was originally published on this site

The Chainsmokers are known for their crazy antics both in the studio and on stage, but this one might finally top them all. In a recent recording and playback session for a new unreleased song of theirs, Alex Pall slips in a sample of someone actually taking a shit into the mix. The challenge is to see if Drew will notice… he does.

Better yet, Drew decides they’re going to modify the sample and actually put it in the song. You can hear a good portion of the forthcoming track in the snap story – no name for the track has appeared as of yet.

 

Image via Rukes.com

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Source: The Chainsmokers Add A Sample Of Someone Actually Sh*tting In Their New Track

A Pair Of Asian DJs Dropped Hardwell’s “Hardwell On Air” In Their Set

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Pre-recorded sets aren’t exactly unheard of in dance music (as much as they are looked down upon), but even then, it’s a whole other sin entirely to play someone else’s mix in your set.

Such was the setting at South Korea’s Octagon club, voted the #5 club in the world and #1 club in Asia in 2016, when G-Park and Charles took the stage. Imagine hundreds of fans at your beck and call, waiting for the drop to come, when suddenly… you hear Hardwell’s voice? It turns out, the duo was playing a ripped copy of “Hardwell On Air” and Hardwell came on to promote a new Revealed track that would be released this year titled “Grande Opera” by Jewelz & Sparks. When the two realized what was going on, they filtered out and Charles hopped on stage with the mic to attempt to cover up their blunder.

Unfortunately, it was all caught on camera.

The blunder was big enough that it even caught the attention of Hardwell himself, who commented on the video.

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Source: A Pair Of Asian DJs Dropped Hardwell’s “Hardwell On Air” In Their Set

Australian Producer Uploads The Greatest Meme Mix Of All Time [STREAM]

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After a whopping nine months since his last post, Perth-based producer Willco has burst into the dance music scene with a hilarious and forehead-gripping mix chock full of memes, mash ups and even a few bangers. Titled “Literally Fuck Genres,” the 20-minute mix has already received more than 75,000 plays in just a few days and greatly surpassed all of Willco’s previous uploads.

Featuring a surprisingly fluid blend between some of the biggest tracks in dubstep, trap, and house, alongside hits from pop, rock, alternative and hip hop, the mix stays true to its title for all 20 minutes. From purposefully disappointing drops and inhumane mash ups to some unexpected matches made in heaven, the experience of listening to Willco’s concoctions is truly worthwhile.

Listen to the full mix below, and click here to download the individual mash ups.

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Source: Australian Producer Uploads The Greatest Meme Mix Of All Time [STREAM]