Tweets! At the end of every year, for the past four years, we have collected memorable music tweets from artists and musicians into a handy little list for you. It’s tradition! And tradition, as we all know, is always good and never bad. Sorry, we don’t make … More »
With a sharp kick, the young producer captures the infectious whistling melody with a house-pop percussion for a festival friendly version of the ubiquitous fan-favorite track. A house rendition of the classic smasher resuscitates the original from the vault for a breath of fresh air.
The 20-year-old artist, originally hailing from Chicago, released the track through Trap Nation, after complications from releasing the major label-owned track according to his Twitter. The remix is his first project after a bout with mental and physical illness that lead to cancelling dates in Australia and the United States.
This year, he’s released tracks alongside Jeremih, The Knocks, Louis The Child, and more.
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Last week, early-’10s indie-pop hitmakers Foster The People went on a Twitter rant espousing conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s recent death. Epstein, the billionaire financier and longtime serial child molester, was found dead in his New York jail cell. He had apparently died by suicide, but a good chunk of the online discourse … More »
Last month, police arrested Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire financier and longtime serial child molester. This past weekend, Epstein was found dead in his New York jail cell. He had apparently died by suicide. Epstein was awaiting federal child sex trafficking charges, and he was on suicide watch after another attempt three weeks earlier. And because … More »
Imagine Dragons have become a fairly easy target, at the butt of many a joke. But lead singer Dan Reynolds isn’t having it anymore. In February, he responded to criticism in a statement. “I’ve gotten over the fact that guys in other bands (the 1975, foster the people, smashing pumpkins, slipknot, etc) feel … More »
Everything’s coming up Travis Scott. This week, four months after it came out, Scott’s album Astroworld returned to the top of the Billboard 200 for a third week. Meanwhile Astroworld’s big hit, the Drake collab “Sicko Mode,” completed a 17-week climb to #1 on the Hot 100 singles chart. Scott, the … More »
Since dropping one of the most diverse sounding albums in recent memory in “Ultraviolet” 3lau is back to captivate the masses yet again. At the conclusion of his busy summer of touring and new music, the Vegas native announced on socials that he is already working on his next studio album. As many know, 3lau
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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. 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.
Break out your Tigers Beat: The White Panda elevates the hottest rising boy band, save for Brockhampton, lifting Why Don’t We’s empowering hit single “Trust Fund Baby” to newfound heights with an injection of feel-good vibes and upbeat danceability that beckons innumerable repeats.
Raito digs into a bag of old-school garage tricks with a burgeoning breakbeat remix of Virtual Self‘s hyperactive, fantasy-themed electronic “Ghost Voices,” transforming the number into an even heavier, drum-sweltering beast.
With the vocal help of Tima Dee, Fareoh asserts his versatile studio reign once more.
Though the track’s title and lyrical content is lacking sincere cerebral depth, SNBRN coalesces Peking Duk‘s “Wasted” into a digestible summertime tune, making the number’s monotone vocals and cringeworthy frat bro vibes a smaller, but bearable pill to swallow.
Junior Sanchez embodies the essence that’s come to define him on “Forget” — always moving forward, without ever losing sight of where he’s been.
Sofi Tukker busts out a thrashing, ridiculously colorful new tune ahead of their debut album Treehouse out next Friday, April 13, elevating its anticipation to unforeseen heights.
At long last Chris Lake has found his mind…. It seems this beat has taken it, and we’re glad to finally have it back, even if it was just for the sake of this one tantalizing tune.
Daniel Avery’s cavernous, contemplative techno album Song For Alpha has arrived. Perhaps best encapsulating the aforementioned, “Glitter” is a flurry from the club space, rife with atmosphere, and embedded influence of the greats that came before him.
Saving the best for last, Icelandic multi-instrumentalist and composer Ólafur Arnalds bestows his latest sonic gift “re:member.” Enough said.
NYC-based electronic duo The Knocks enlisted indie electronic band Foster the People for their newest release, “Ride or Die.” The groups combined forces to create an indie rock track with an electronic flair that marks a compelling meld of each groups’ style.
Smooth vocals paired with groovy chords make “Ride or Die” a perfect song to relax to. Delivered just in time for spring, “Ride or Die” has the makings of inescapable, warm weather anthem.