This past weekend was the fifth anniversary of the Imagine Music Festival. Imagine takes place at the Atlanta Motor Speedway and welcomed over 35,000 festival goers for four days of camping, workshops, and a killer lineup including acts like Kaskade, Armin van Buuren, ZedsDead and more. Imagine Music Festival was also my first ever festival and
Imagine Music Festival is right around the corner! Get ready to spend three days in EDM heaven with sets from Armin van Buuren, ZedsDead, Alesso and more. With five stages going all night long, it bound to be a crazy weekend full of fun. Imagine Music Festival is taking place at the Atlanta Motor Speedway
After crushing 2017 with chart-topping, radio hits including “Let Me Go” featuring Hailee Steinfeld and Florida Georgia Line, and “Is That For Me” featuring Brazilian vocalist Anitta, Alesso is back again with new music. Making his 2018 debut, the famed Swedish DJ gives fans a taste of his renewed sound on “REMEDY” featuring English singer/songwriter Conor Maynard.
The new single is built on wide appeal, as Alesso incorporates a wide range of instrumentals and rhythms. He kicks it off with soothing piano riffs and a soca-inspired drum beat, all layered under captivating vocals from Maynard. The tune’s break is light, yet pleasing to the ear with melodic harmonies and echoing pitch changes, bringing together a warming, complementary collaboration for the pair on “REMEDY.”
This track is Alesso’s first release on Universal Music Group’s new imprint 10:22pm, and made its live debut on Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series in NYC’s Central Park. He’ll stay in the US this fall, closing out the main stage with Tiësto at Electric Zoo‘s 10th anniversary prior to a headline set at Imagine Music Festival September 21.
The release has all the makings of a glorified crowd-pleaser, including a dance-heavy beat under the original’s catchy vocals and dropping into some pounding electronics. It’s easy to picture how the remix would play out live, providing the perfect backbone for some killer graphic visuals and light schemes.
His Heldeep imprint has been a driving force in summer 2018, taking over stages at some of the world’s most renowned festivals that saw Heldens as the headliner. In addition to a jam-packed Ibiza schedule, he’ll continue to move through the extensive tour schedule, hitting festivals such as Ultra Japan and Imagine Music Festival. Heldens will also continue to showcase the Heldeep brand, stopping in NYC for a massive Heldeep at Sea show featuring Black Caviar and more.
There’s not much more time before Imagine Music Festival takes over Atlanta! The line up this year features a variety of artists that we can’t wait to see. From ZedsDead to Cashmere Cat, there’s something for everyone. In no particular order, here are the top 5 must-see sets at Imagine Music Festival this year! ZedsDead
Imagine Music Festival has quickly become Atlanta’s premier dance music festival. IThis year the festival is celebrating its fifth anniversary, and Imagine’s lineup does not fail to impress. Artists to be featured include BASSNECTAR, Kaskade, Zeds Dead, The Glitch Mob and many, many more. The first phase of the line up for the Imagine Music
The kind of trolls has just reigned again. During his set at Imagine Music Festival in the Atlanta, Georgia area, Deadmau5 decided to mess with the audience after he was inititated to “spam” the mic during his set. As you can see from the footage below, Deadmau5 is seen saying things like “They said I
Perhaps the most stunning highlight of the weekend’s reel belongs to Illenium, who, fresh off a brand new album, has no intentions of slowing down. As fans flocked to his sundown set last night, giddy to hear tracks off the new album, Illenium awed even further when he announced an unreleased track with Kill The Noise. The 3-minute long video, with it’s robotic vocals and heavy synth use, harpoons back to both producer’s early dubstep days, demonstrating clear Illenium influences on the track’s lead-ups, with what can only be deciphered as Kill The Noise drops.