It is with great pleasure that we present a 15-track playlist from one of the Titan’s of EDM, Tujamo. When we recieved the playlist we knew this would be chalk full of certified bangers. The best part, there are some tracks in here you probably haven’t heard before. Looking back on life as an Electronic
Culture Code has released his remix of the Noah Cyrus track Again. With a list of remixes that include Galantis, Above and Beyond, Tritonal and Paris Blohm, as well as a bevy of originals with artists such as KARRA and Aloma Steele, Culture Code has proven time and time again that he is a force
Looking for new music? Then you’ve come to the right place. Dancing Astronaut will be highlighting YouTube channels every dance music fan needs to know about. From drum n’ bass to melodic trap, we’ve got something for you. Make sure to subscribe to Dancing Astronaut’s YouTube for the best dance music news in the galaxy.
“Your Favorite Music You Haven’t Heard Yet.”
Started in 2009, Proximity has become a staple channel for the EDM scene for both artists and fans. As one of the largest YouTube music channels, Proximity has racked up over 2 billion views and 5.6 million subscribers. From mashups to original premieres to the ZHU x Proximity exclusive, Proximity has listeners covered for all their dance music needs. Recent track postings from Proximity include Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Galantis, and Cash Cash, among others.
Trap and Bass
If you’re looking for your fill of bass music look no further. Created in 2012 as an outlet for up and coming talent, Trap and Bass has secured a cool 804,000 subscribers. On their channel you’ll find a mix of trap, hybrid, future bass, and bass house. Bringing the channel from irl to url, Trap and Bass has also hosted events and been a part of sponsorships worldwide. Recent track postings from trap and bass include DJ Snake, Oski, and UZ, among an up-and-coming roster of trap producers.
Run the Trap
With the intention of bringing 808 and trap music out of the shadows, Run The Trap was built in 2012 to create A New Order for Underground Culture. With 147,000 subscribers its obvious they know how to curate their music. From heavy trap to atmospheric future bass and with features like the newest Ekali x ZHU release, RTT has your deepest bass desires covered. With recent postings of tracks from Flosstradamus and Louis Futon, its no surprise that Run the Trap is one of YouTube’s most heralded channels for electronic releases.
Well I’m sitting here in New York City and it’s not ever 10 degrees outside, but I’m already getting excited for the summer with the rush of festival announcements over the past few days. From Coachella, Ultra, Electric Forest, to now Governors Ball, everyone is getting the 2018 lineups out and ready to roll. Governors
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During the first weekend of June 21-24, attendees will be treated to Galantis, Green Velvet, Jauz, Keys N Krates, Lil Dicky, in addition to previously announced headliners The String Cheese Incident, Bassnectar, Griz Live Band, RÜFÜS DU SOL and ZHU, who will play both weekends.
Tickets are on sale Dec. 15, with loyalty sales beginning Dec. 7.
Internationally acclaimed and Grammy-nominated duo Galantis and Throttle have released the video for their collaborative track “Tell Me You Love Me”. The video features a few dancers doing some EPIC dance moves to the tune. Of the video, Galantis says, “‘Tell Me You Love Me’ is continuing what we started with ‘Peanut Butter Jelly’ and ‘Love
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Galantis have hit a patch of good production form, having been buoyed by the commercial success of their second studio album, The Aviary, which peaked at a respectable fourth place on the Billboard Dance Music charts.
Aiming to conserve the momentum they’ve gathered over the past few weeks, the Swedish duo just dropped a slick new remix of Sam Smith‘s soulful track, “Too Good At Goodbyes.” While Galantis has left Smith’s crooning voice untouched for the most part, the duo has added instantly recognizable layers of their trademark piano samples and a decent helping of digital drum samples, resulting in a supremely groovy rework of the original.
Ah September. The leaves begin to change, school gets kicked into full swing, and everyone’s favorite season, festival season, comes to a sad close. Artists begin their fall tours and release massive amounts of singles, mixes and EPs. Plus your typical EDM news drama; twitter beefs, bad PR; you know the deal. Just for you,
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The Hot 25 is the definitive playlist series running through dance music culture and hand-delivering you the essential tracks of the week. Whether it’s the hottest or quickest trending tracks, brand new music from your favorite artists, or songs from the unknown that should be landing on your radar, Dancing Astronaut brings you 25 carefully selected records that reflect what’s happening in our world.
We lead off this week with Skrillex’s rowdy remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” Plus a remix of Portugal the Man by the multi-talented Gryffin, and the remix of The Chainsmokers’ “Young” that is also featured in the dance pop duo’s recent commercial for Tommy Hilfiger. Tiesto makes an appearance on this week’s lineup, along with Galantis remixing Sam Smith’s latest single. For the beat freaks in the room, we’ve got great news — AC Slater, JAUZ, and Tchami and Malaa all dropped thunder this week. And don’t miss the legend Armand Van Helden’s remix of “I Need a Painkiller” for a house-focused refresher on why he’s one of the best in the business.
The Heat of the Week: CID – Creepin’
New York’s own Grammy winning producer, CID, takes TLC’s massive 90s hit “Creep” and transforms it into a funky dancefloor igniting pressing. The sample feels right at home in CID’s heavy handed house backbone, perfect for modern day creepin’ — just keep it on the down low.
The Breakout Select: Alina Baraz – Buzzin’
If you’re looking for something slow and sexy, look no further than Alina Baraz’s latest single “Buzzin’.” One of the most delightful vocalists on the scene, Alina blends her sinewy vocals over a backdrop that pulses and pumps with an impossibly catchy beat.