Jauz Actually Finally Debuted His Baby Shark Remix, Then Dropped Sandstorm Immediately After

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The world was begging for this remix for months. The second that the children’s song, ‘Baby Shark’ hit the airwaves in an insane resurgence, fans were pretty insistent that Jauz try his hand at remixing the track. After months of waiting, and a lot more teasing than was probably necessary – Jauz finally gave the

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Jauz Will Debut His Baby Shark Remix During His Set At Coachella

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This story has almost written itself. Jauz took his shark imagery seriously from the very beginning…how could he not with a name like Jauz. Nobody could have ever seen that backfiring. Then an incredibly catchy children’s song had a resurgence and became hauntingly omnipresent. Naturally with the new popularity of ‘Baby Shark’ fans were immediately

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Shambhala Music Festival reveals its 2019 lineup, featuring Silk City, GRiZ, Zeds Dead, and more

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Shambhala Music Festival is recognized as the longest-running music festival in Canada. It is known for its eccentric art installations, educational workshops, and unique blissful experiences that soothe the soul. The wait for the 2019 lineup is over, and Shambhala has delivered a promising set of talent for their 22nd anniversary, returning to the Salmo River Ranch in British Columbia, Canada on Aug. 9-12.

Heavy-hitting dubstep acts like Excision, Zeds Dead, Downlink, Liquid Stranger, and Boogie-T will bring their forceful bass to the ranch for the fest’s forthcoming iteration. The lineup also includes bass house favorites such as Jauz, Cazztek, Jack Beats and Volac, along with sultry electronica and nu jazz sets from Bonobo and Grammy-nominated producer ZHU. The roster is blessed by legendary veterans from around the world, including Kaskade, Diplo and Mark Ronson‘s Silk City project, Nero, and Chris Lake and Chris Lorenzo as Anti Up, who are undoubtedly putting together an unforgettable performance.

Attendees can expect an all new installation called “Shambhala Favourites,” which feature the talents of A-Skillz, Father Funk, Smalltown DJs, Stickybuds, and more. Over the course of April, Shambhala will be adding 200-plus artists to the lineup that will fulfill all six stages, The Amphitheatre, The Fractal Forest, The Grove, The Living Room, The Pagoda and The Village.

Learn about payment plans and get tickets here.

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Coachella announces weekender parties with Diplo, Dillon Francis, RÜFÜS DU SOL, and more

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The ultimate Coachella warm up, Day Club, is gearing up to showcase the biggest stars in electronic music at an intimate poolside venue. In the past, Day Club has featured the likes of Skrillex, Tiësto, ODESZA, Madeon, Justin Martin and Alison Wonderland at the Hilton Hotel in Palm Springs.

This year is poised to perpetuate Day Club’s star-studded reputation, with sets from deep house, South African/Swiss tastemaker Nora En Pure and Australian producers of the SOLACE album, RÜFÜS DU SOL, taking control of the first weekend installment; followed by underground sets on Sunday curated by LA’s Sound nightclub, whose Day Club sessions have brought the likes of Dubfire, Hot Since 82, Nicole Moudaber, The Martinez Brothers to name just a few.

Weekend two turns the energy up a bit with a Mad Decent turn up hosted by Diplo and his friends on Friday, followed by Latin Grammy award winner and all-around lovable guy, Dillon Francis, on Saturday. Jauz and his Bite Me label affiliates look to bring bass house to Sunday to wrap it all up.

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Exclusive Premiere: dzill Drops Euphoric Single “Drift” Accompanied By Incredible Music Video

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Of late, EDM fans around the world have been seeking new sounds. Mainstream electronic music is not going anywhere, but the maturing ears of fans around the world are seeking something fresh like Jamba Juice but rage worthy like Donkey Kong. Over the past year, we have seen acts like Grammy-nominated Fisher taking the world

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Jauz Just Lost All The Music He Has Been Working On The Last Year

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Jauz had a truly massive 2018, releasing hit records that blurred genre lines with the likes of DJ Snake and many more. Unfortunately, it seems that Jauz created much more music in 2018 that will ever be heard. This weekend, the artist took to Twitter to share the frustrating and unfortunate news that he lost

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Wave goodbye to a trove of new, unreleased Jauz material that will never see the light of day

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Jauz has fallen victim to a hard drive crash that, according to the producer, has set him back by almost a year’s worth of unheard productions. In a recent social media post, The Wise and the Wicked producer revealed to fans he might have lost all the music he wrote in 2018 due to a technical mishap and no backup in place. Coming off of a year packed with non-stop touring, his debut full length album, as well as a steady stream of new music and Bite This releases, there’s no telling how much new, unreleased music Jauz had up his sleeve—perhaps now it’s best we don’t know as it might be gone forever.

Softening the blow with a positive perspective, Jauz is trying to look at the data crash as a new beginning, though a trove of work is likely now gone for good. Hopefully Jauz can manage to salvage some of last year’s work, but it seems that even in the year of our Lord 2019, this one is still a lesson that bears repeating: please, please, for God’s sake, back up your damn hard drives.  

Reliving Holy Ship! – Dancing Astronaut’s favorite moments from weekend 12.0

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Holy Ship! 12.0 was truly one for the books. With an even mixture of new and old faces across DJs and attendees, the vibe felt particularly special this time around, with talent from Mikey Lion to The Black Madonna all gushing about the magic that transpired over the weekend. The programming was as on point as the open, jubilant crowd, with a myriad of hidden stages, activity areas, and well-planned DJ sets happening all across the ship’s decks to create an even, enduring flow for all four days. Ultimately, the vibrant energy output by all involved—from the #shipfam, to the crew—made for yet another unforgettable voyage to the Bahamas.

While picking top moments of the festival feels akin to being forced to pick a favorite child, we masochistically put ourselves to the task and selected five highlights of 12.0. Without further ado…

 


JAUZ, Slander, and more at Bite This for an epic B2B

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JAUZ went all out for his set at Bite This stage, playing more-or-less a producer’s set with mostly his own productions. While he’d already gotten off to a great start, onlookers got to witnessed something magical. Slander joined the bass house don on stage, followed by Holy Goof and Skepsis for what wound up being one of the most epic B2Bs of the weekend. We’re pretty sure people’s necks and feet still hurt from the chaos.


Claude VonStroke doing what he does best

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Claude VonStroke played multiple times throughout Holy Ship! 12.0. Two moments were especially memorable, however. At the DIRTYBIRD private beach party, the label boss worked some serious wizardry behind the decks. This same atmosphere was present, and even more amplified, as the voyage came to a close and he took over the Theater stage with boisterous ease.  The energy in the crowd almost created a full-on second wind.


 NGHTMRE doing some damage on the Pool Deck

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Ironically, NGHTMRE’s sailaway set was actually something out of a dream. Each tune he selected was an absolute knocker, be it his own original works, or numbers like Slander’s “Zombie,” which made the crowd completely lose it. Even more cerebral was that we got the chance to watch it from the 17th floor outside deck, which made the visuals completely surreal.


 JOYRYDE brings out the hidden gems

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Those in attendance of JOYRYDE’s two Holy Ship! performances were lucky enough to catch a special preview of his upcoming album, Brave. The swiftly-rising producer pulled out a ton of IDs in each, treating his onlookers to a fresh, unheard of aural feast. Pairing with the tunes was both of his crowds’ energies. There was no stopping of the wild dancing that night, and snatching snippets of the night to look back on afterward.


Heroic substitution by Habstrakt

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Sadness could be felt across the Shipfam when news arose of Audien missing the cruise due to sickness. That being said, the Holy Ship! crew had an excellent substitute up its sleeve: Habstrakt. The classically-trained Frenchman read his crowd with ease, throwing down some three of the weekend’s most noteworthy sets that, while wildly varied stylistically and through track selection, remained connected in their wildness. One might even say him coming on board was a blessing in disguise.

 

Slushii Trolls Jauz’s ‘Baby Shark’ Remix By Tweeting Out A “Leaked” Version And It Absolutely SLAPS

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Jauz went really hard on the shark branding. It makes perfect sense given his name, but Jauz obviously never expected it to backfire, as it did when a children’s song from the 2000s exploded to the meme of the month. Of course, I am talking about ‘Baby Shark’. About a month ago, after months of

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JAUZ transforms Marshmello and Bastille’s ‘Happier’ with somber new remix

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Jauz has remixed Marshmello‘s hit collaboration with Bastille, “Happier,” almost entirely transforming the track, with the exception of Bastille’s vocal work. The Bite This helmer has made the track his own with a moody, albeit equally addicting, new take on Marshmello’s chart-topping hit.

Hushed vocals creep over chopping drums that serve as the backbone of the release. The original electronic notes are drawn out, with the tempo dramatically altered to suit JAUZ’s take on “Happier.” Bastille’s vocals are still a focal point for the track, with the emphasis on the opening lyrics as opposed to the catchy melody that hooks the listener in the original.