When The Glitch Mob return to dance music — which is about every four years or so — everyone surely knows it. In addition to announcing a monumental 36-date world tour with their Blade 2.0 stage set up, the Lis Angeles-based trio released the first single from their forthcoming album, titled See Without Eyes.
Now, The Glitch Mob stir the pot a bit more with their remix of Illenium and Annika Wells‘ emotional break-up ballad, “Crawl Outta Love.” The trio completely turns the track on it’s head with their ethereal landscapes, eery synth work, and signature bombastic drums, transforming the pure emotionality of the original single into a heavy, glitched-out track of completely different dance floor appeal.
The Glitch Mob is back and arguably better than ever. The trio of artists have once again come together to save the world of EDM from repetition. The Glitch Mob is truly a gift to electronic music that we do not deserve. To say that these guys are on another level, is an understatement. All
Kill The Noise and Illenium collaborated on Don’t Give Up On Me featuring Mako. This is a filthy dubstep track that has a melody so beautiful it causes goosebumps. The sound creation and bass development of Kill The Noise merge with the emotional roller coaster that is Illenium. Don’t Give Up On Me begins with
WE ARE FURY has been setting the scene ablaze with their captivating breakdowns and energizing future bass drops. After an incredible 2017 with the release of their ‘Signal Fires’ EP, we reached out to hear straight from the Canadian duo about their background, new remixes, goals for 2018, and more! Why did you start making music? Joachim: “Big
The video features a series of breathtaking drone shots and aesthetic themes that fans will recognize from Miller’s album artwork. Set deep within a forest off the coast, the journey begins with a young girl and a hooded figure. While their exact relationship is left up to viewers to interpret, their connection seems to highlight the throes of navigating a toxic relationship. As mystical fog rolls in so as to capture the track’s somber tone, the visual and metaphorical elements — thunderstorms, climbing mountains, running into the light — highlights the song’s message of letting go, leaving someone behind, and mustering the strength to move on from a tattered past.
For Illenium’s first official music video, the DJ and producer teamed up with Onur Senturk for the “Crawl Outta Love” music video. After releasing two studio albums, the future bass producer has finally been able to check another task off of his checklist. The music video features a man and woman is forests and vast
BUKU Music + Art Project just released the final phase of their 2018 lineup, and we are stoked to head to New Orleans. The lineup was just made even more eclectic with the addition of Lil Uzi Vert, Walker & Royce, Snails, Illenium and Ski Mask and the Slumpgod. kickin’ this party up a notch
BUKU Music + Art Project has just announced the final lineup additions for their seventh annual festival, held March 9–10, 2018 at Mardi Gras Worldin downtown New Orleans. Set across five unique stages, including the backdrop of an abandoned early 20th Century power plant and a warehouse featuring the city’s iconic Mardi Gras floats, the urban two-day event fuses hip-hop and electronic acts into a forward-thinking and diverse musical lineup, along with live street art, custom-made industrial graffiti installations, and dozens of surprise “pop-up” performances.
Joining 2018 headliners Bassnectar, MGMT, SZA, and Virtual Self on this final phase roster is chart-topping Philly rapper Lil Uzi Vert, and melodic maestro Illenium, who’ll be bringing his full “Awake” production for a special live show. Other support on the phase three bill includes “vomit-step” pioneer Snails, Florida rapper Ski Mask The Slump God, Chicago rapper Noname, Dirtybird house duo Walker & Royce, and exclusive VIP b2b performances from Eprom and Mad Zach. Also big on spotlighting local NOLA talent, Buku will showcase curated by acclaimed local artist collective Pink Room Project.
Tier four tickets are on sale now, starting at $190 for GA and $275 for VIP. More information on ticketing is available here. Buku Music + Art Project is an 18+ event.
Illenium‘s breakout arguably career occurred when the Denver-based melodic producer was named winner of Kaskade‘s “Disarm You” remix competition. Fast forward three years, and Nick Miller continues to rise to domination on the festival circuit — most recently bringing his Awake Tour to Dallas’ Lights All Night and San Diego’s OMFG! New Year’s Eve Festival.
While in Southern California, Miller awed his NYE crowd as he unleashed quite the heavy-hitting surprise during his notable Kaskade remix. Armed with an ODESZA-influenced trap style drop, followed by 808 kicks in halftime, the live video edit (above) is being dubbed Illenium’s VIP remix. In so doing, Illenium further poises himself as an artist focused on taking a living approach to his live performance, all the while proving that he’s not just interested in pressing play, but pushing the boundaries of his sound and experimenting with evolving styles.