Seven Lions, Kill The Noise, Tritonal, and HALIENE just released an instant classic, “Horizon.” The track, which has made appearances all of the artist’s live sets for months now, is a beautifully anthemic ballad with all the twists and turns of an emotional rollercoaster ride.
A cinematic and hypnotic opening draws listeners immediately in, buttressed with HALIENE’s angelic vocals and deep lyrics. The first drop leads into a beautifully blended whirlwind of synths and swirling melodies coming together in perfect pandemonium. At the song’s second drop, one is taken into a fantastically different direction with a wonky and wonderful display of half-time bass, along with glittering video game synths and arpeggiated chords that are akin to a Porter Robinson track.
Finally, “Horizons” takes a precipitous turn toward DnB-imbued terrain with an impressive finale design that explores speedier tempos and brisk drum work. The track is illuminating, incredibly dynamic, and yet cleanly packaged into a carefully designed masterpiece that is sure to ignite dance floors and festival main stages for years to come. Fans will assuredly be witnessing the song’s magical energy from Seven Lions, Kill The Noise, and HALIENE at EDC Las Vegas this weekend.
Seven Lions is known for his fearless attitude when it comes to production. Any given single could be anything from all-out bass to a euphoric and melodic emotional ride. That is what makes both his songs and live sets so incredibly fun – you just never know what you are gonna get. In his latest
Seven Lions has been sculpting his brand for years. It has been one of my greatest pleasures in life to watch Jeff Montalvo grow from a basement dj, back in 2012, to hosting his own event; a sold-out Chronicles Chapter 1 at the WaMu Theatre in Seattle this past weekend. I have been to more
As Kill The Noise is about to start his 23-city tour for Killumination, the dubstep DJ and producer has released a Killumination hour long mix which comes with many unreleased and unheard singles. Right from the start, Kill The Noise packs in mind-bending dubstep hits. Be sure to stream the new mix below and check
HARD Summer is pulling out all the stops for the upcoming edition of the festival, led by one of the event’s most memorable lineups to date. Slated for August 4 – 5, and returning to a familiar venue at Fontana’s Auto Club Speedway, HARD’s flagship event is sticking to their tried and true playbook of marquee dance and hip-hop match ups, laced together by the underground’s finest newcomer talents, dropping off a lineup of over 70 acts. Best of all, 2018 now is officially the year of the back-to-back.
Additional firepower from Mija, k?d, Tokimonsta, Madam X, Joyryde and many more round out one of HARD’s best bookings to date. And with the festival boasting added amenities, updated safety and comfort features, plus a hilarious trailer that pins Diplo as the “Dawson’s Creek looking motherf****r” he is, we’re looking at what could be the most over-the-top edition of HARD Summer yet.
Seven Lions has announced the lineup for his Chronicles Chapter 2 event held at Red Rocks on October 11th, 2018. This is the second installment of the Chronicles series, Chapter 1 being held at the Wamu Theater up in Seattle. The lineup for Chapter 2 differs slightly by adding MitiS to the bill. Returning for
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
Things have been known to get weird at Holy Ship! events. The ship set sail just two days ago, and reports of oddities have already made it back to land.
Norwegian Cruise Line, the company that operates the ships used for the maritime festival, issued a statement about their open pizza bar that’s anything but normal. Previous incidents have apparently led the company to announce that their pizza bar is for eating, not fornicating.
“We feel it is our duty to remind our guests that pizza is for eating, not fornicating,” the message reads. “Sexual acts with our handcrafted pizza can bring unintended health consequences and can pose a safety hazard for other passengers aboard our journey.”
The Armory, the newest music venue in Minneapolis, Minnesota had its official opening night last Friday. The Horizon Tour with Seven Lions, Tritonal, and Kill The Noise helped open the doors to a diverse and sold out crowd. A great mix of Dubstep, Progressive House and Trance was the perfect way to bring in everyone
The Horizon Tour with Kill The Noise, Seven Lions and Tritonal continues to forge on across the United States. In the last stop fans were treated with a beautiful new collaboration between Kill the Noise and Seven Lions. Both artists took the stage to debut it to a crowd of ravenous fans. The track sounds