Anto & Lyle M Have Joined Forces On New House Jam ‘Erase Me’

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Anto & Lyle M have started 2020 with an absolute bang with their new collaboration, “Erase Me”, out now on House Essential Records. Already achieving multiple avenues of support, from Selected. on Youtube to New Music Friday UK on Spotify, “Erase Me” is already making waves after just a few hours of being released. A

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Blood On Guitars Blends Genre Lines with ‘Might Be The Only Way’

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Stemming from a well versed musical background comes the newly developed project Blood On Guitars. Looking to bring something new to the table, Blood On Guitars fuses elements of both rock and bass house to create a hybrid, polarizing sound. Following the debut release of ‘blood on the aux’ EP last year, Blood On Guitars returns with a new intriguing track ‘might be the

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New Hawaiian festival E Komo Mai releases full lineup packed with house and disco talent

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New Hawaiian festival E Komo Mai releases full lineup packed with house and disco talentEkomomai2020

Funky beats meet island paradise in the debut of Hawaii’s newest dedicated electronic music festival, E Komo Mai. Taking place February 14 – 17, the lineup boasts local and international talent such as Anabel Englund, Mark Farina, DJ Dan, and Hawaii’s own DJ Keoki. Festival goers looking for a premium event experience should reach for the luxurious getaway this emerging Hawaiian festival brand is offering.

Taking place on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu between the world class Alohilani Resort, The Queen Kapi’olani Hotel, and other local beachside venues, E Komo Mai offers a host of cushy amenities and programming. The festival is also emphasizing sustainability. Partnerships with local charities provide eco-friendly and reusable materials, promote environmentally responsible travel, an official festival-sponsored beach clean-up, tree planting campaign and more. See the full lineup below.

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Claptone, Boris Brejcha, Giorgia Angiuli, and more round out first wave of Sea You Beach Republic lineup

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Claptone, Boris Brejcha, Giorgia Angiuli, and more round out first wave of Sea You Beach Republic lineupVYPuAq4w

German mainstay event, Sea You Beach Republic will record its seventh edition lakeside in Tunisee from July 18 – 19, during which it will spread out its house and techno talent across seven stages. The first wave of the event’s 2020 lineup features Claptone, Boris Brejcha, Georgia Angiuli, Kid Simius, Kobosil, and Lexy & K-Paul, among other underground acts. Touting more than 100 artists, the full Sea You ‘Beach Republic’ lineup will be announced in two successive waves.

Attendees can expect Sea You Beach Republic to offer more than just electronic activity across its two days of production: water-skiing and wake-boarding, among other other lake events will be free for festival goers. There will also be a fashion and beauty lounge. Tickets to Sea You Beach Republic and additional information can be found on the festival’s official website.

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Pink Panda Drops Monster Remix Of Dua Lipa’s ‘Don’t Start Now’

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Pink Panda is kicking off their 2020 with an absolute BANG! They have just released an official remix of ‘Don’t Start Now’ by Dua Lipa, one of the biggest hits on the radio in 2019 and still going strong. Pink Panda’s version of this remix is exactly what the doctor ordered! Dua’s vocals stay untouched,

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Griz Announced to Headline Vail’s Powabunga Festival

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It is no doubt that the 2nd annual Powabunga Festival is off to a great start – but after a recent development it is not doubt that attendees are in for an amazing experience. None other than Griz himself was just announced as the headliner. With a record spanning a decade of amazing and influential

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Sam Feldt Teams up with Sigma and Gia Koka on Joyous ‘2 Hearts’

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With ‘Post Malone’ proving a huge hit with over 240 million streams to date and being certified gold in the US and UK, Sam Feldt is on a real roll. He keeps the momentum going with what promises to be yet another global smash on new feel-good anthem ‘2 Hearts’. The track sees him team

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In addition to debut album, Ekali announces new side project launching in 2020

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In addition to debut album, Ekali announces new side project launching in 2020Ekali Awakening Mi Vol 6

2020 will yield brand new LPs from a myriad of dance artists, and two of them will be Ekali‘s. After a consistent promotional streak behind his forthcoming debut album, A World Away, with the release of successive singles like the ILLENIUM-aided “Hard To Say Goodbye,” Ekali has announced that the project will make its formal, full-length arrival in 2020.

A World Away will be flanked by another studio album, according to Ekali’s recent Twitter announcement that he has “a side project album almost done” for 2020 in addition to A World Away. The opening cut on this elusive secondary album, which Ekali touts as his “favorite song” that he’s ever made, bears the name “Fairytale” and involves artist Elohim.

Ekali did not divulge further details about this enigmatic alias and its accompanying album, but did describe the project’s sound as house music “with a different twist.” After a wildly successful turn of the decade, Ekali is putting the pedal to the floor in 2020. Stay tuned.

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A-Trak offers tasty twofer with Loods and Friend Within on ‘Blaze,’ and ‘What Can I Do’ [Stream]

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A-Trak offers tasty twofer with Loods and Friend Within on ‘Blaze,’ and ‘What Can I Do’ [Stream]A Trak DJs Gotta Dance More Music Video

As the decade draws to a close and we flock to dance floors to celebrate a momentous ten-year span for dance music, A-Trak has dropped off two easy-going setlist enhancers to ring in the party with. First, grabbing Friend Within for “Blaze,” followed by a Loods-assisted “What Can I Do,” the Fools Gold figurehead delivers a double sided disco-inspired listen that brings all the feels just ahead of the ball drop.

The release’s first offering, “Blaze” does just that, as a solid five-minute dance floor burner. The track is a funky, howling house piece that invokes a distinct Duck Sauce recall, while the second cut, “What Can I Do,” slows things down considerably, while keeping things firmly in the same lane set by “Blaze.” A more vocal-driven take that derives from a much heavier disco influence, “What Can I Do,” weaves bellowing piano strokes into a tasty dance groove. Both tracks share an unmistakable A-Trak quality, laying a nice ribbon and bow over Fool’s Gold’s catalog for the year.

A-Trak offers tasty track with Friend Within on ‘Blaze’ [Stream]

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A-Trak offers tasty track with Friend Within on ‘Blaze’ [Stream]A Trak DJs Gotta Dance More Music Video

As the decade draws to a close and we flock to dance floors to celebrate a momentous ten-year span for dance music, A-Trak has dropped off an easy-going setlist enhancer to ring in the party with. Grabbing Friend Within for “Blaze,” following Loods-assisted “What Can I Do,” the Fools Gold figurehead delivers a double sided disco-inspired listen that brings all the feels just ahead of the ball drop.

The release’s first offering, “Blaze” does just that, as a solid five-minute dance floor burner. The track is a funky, howling house piece that invokes a distinct Duck Sauce recall, while the second cut, “What Can I Do,” slows things down considerably, while keeping things firmly in the same lane set by “Blaze.” A more vocal-driven take that derives from a much heavier disco influence, “What Can I Do,” weaves bellowing piano strokes into a tasty dance groove. Both tracks share an unmistakable A-Trak quality, laying a nice ribbon and bow over Fool’s Gold’s catalog for the year.