Krane Releases Powerful New Single “Tell Me Why”

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Krane is marking his return this year in 2019 with a brand new single. Entitled “Tell Me Why”, the track is his first original release of 2019 and is to be featured on his forthcoming sophomore album, due out on Dim Mak later this year. It’s been a awhile since we’ve heard an original from

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NMF Roundup: Illenium reveals anticipated ‘ASCEND’ LP, The Knocks and Whethan team up + more

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It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

After months of anticipation, Illenium’s ASCEND LP has finally arrived, bringing with it tunes like “Sad Songs” with Said the Sky and Annika Wells. The Knocks and Whethan have delivered an irresistibly groovy collaboration with Crystal Fighters, “Summer Luv,” and Gorgon City and MK do the same on “There For You.” Diplo and Morgan Wallen reveal “Heartless,” and Madeaux unleashes his Club Demons EP on Fool’s Gold. Don Diablo puts his own spin on David Guetta and Martin Solveig’s “Thing For You,” and Martin Garrix links with Bonn for “Home.” Cristoph puts his signature stamp on CamelPhat and Jake Bugg’s “Be Someone,” and Deorro reveals “Retumba” with MAKJ after premiering it on Dancing Astronaut. Boston Bun flexes his remixing prowess on Leftwing : Kody’s “I Feel It,” and Hardwell returns with “Retrograde.” Flux Pavilion, Next to Neon, and A:M unveil their new collaboration, “Surrender,” and KRANE links with Malika for “Tell Me Why.”

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

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Alexander Lewis and KRANE team up for heavy new track, ‘Sorbet Guts’

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The name Alexander Lewis has become synonymous with big, trapped-out beats infused with his signature trombone-oriented sound. Now teaming up with KRANE, Lewis has dropped off “Sorbet Guts,” a surprise collaboration for the deluxe version of his 2018 EP, Omni.

Featuring a menacing, pitched-down voice and chants, Alexander Lewis brings in the trombone while booming production comes in for a quick but heavy drop. The energy subsides for a brief interlude, as a rumbling bassline and speedy drums precede a wonky breakdown. Filled with distortion, slow synth work, and loads of bass, this powerful track is just icing on the cake of an already impressive project.

Alexander Lewis and KRANE team up for heavy new track, ‘Sorbet Guts’

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Alexander Lewis and KRANE team up for heavy new track, ‘Sorbet Guts’AleanderLewisPressPhoto 2032

The name Alexander Lewis has become synonymous with big, trapped-out beats infused with his signature trombone-oriented sound. Now teaming up with KRANE, Lewis has dropped off “Sorbet Guts,” a surprise collaboration for the deluxe version of his 2018 EP, Omni.

Featuring a menacing, pitched-down voice and chants, Alexander Lewis brings in the trombone while booming production comes in for a quick but heavy drop. The energy subsides for a brief interlude, as a rumbling bassline and speedy drums precede a wonky breakdown. Filled with distortion, slow synth work, and loads of bass, this powerful track is just icing on the cake of an already impressive project.

Los Angeles’ Brownies & Lemonade announces inaugural tour

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Brownies & Lemonade has spent years making a name for itself on the Los Angeles party circuit. Now known for putting on shows with impeccably on-trend bass, trap and future artists, open aux cord nights, secret venues, even more secret lineups, B&L has become a stalwart in the LA electronic scene through grassroots measures.

But the spontaneous and secretive nature of the events they put on is now shifting. After weeks of teasing new party locations on Twitter, the group announced its first-ever Brownies & Lemonade tour. Featuring the party’s frequently featured artists like Alexander Lewis, CRAY, KRANE, Luca Lush and Vincent, the tour will kick off on September 29 in San Diego. With nine total dates culminating in a show on December 8 in Houston, Brownies & Lemonade will tour the western half of North America. More information is available on the B&L website, where tickets are on sale now.

KRANE Drops Second Installment of Popular Collab Series “SESSIONS”

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KRANE’s collaborative series known as “SESSIONS” is back and it is better than ever. Compared to the last volume it definitely stacks up and may even surpass it in terms of style and creativity. This compilation also features some very talented artists and each track is marked with the pristine style and energy that we

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Louis The Child releases remixes for ‘Better Not’ from Hotel Garuda and more

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Producer duo Louis The Child are known over the years for their individual style that is readily evident across their excellent remixes and bouncy originals.

With their upbeat sound and foolproof productions, it’s no surprise that they release a beautiful 9-track remix package for their latest release. “Better Not,” featuring the ever so swaggy Wafia.

Hotel Garuda reimagines it by kicking the tempo up a notch and, adding a four on the floor beat. In doing so they deliver an excellently house tune that is sprinkled with groovy strumming bass.

Other remixers include Krane, who takes the remix and builds the track into a cinematic wonderland. Picture driving at hyper speed surrounded in emotional chords and following the sound of the heroic lead as it guides you through the bass ridden drop.

Montell2099 also comes in and delivers an uplifting funky soul tune that provokes dancing so be warned.

Event Review: Final Show Of KRANE’s “Fallout Tour” In NYC

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If you don’t know KRANE by now then you’ve definitely been living under a rock. This man has been doing some big things over the past year, from releasing his debut album and collaborating with some of dance music’s most prolific artists. There seems to be no stopping his increasing momentum. Not only has he

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KRANE Streams All 10 Tracks On His Remix Album And They Are All Monsters

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KRANE is blowing up so fast that he is going to need to start putting some explosive warning labels around venues during his sets. His album Fallout was a true show stopper. Now though after a massively successful LP, KRANE has doubled down with a truly masterful remix album. Featuring remixes by artists such as

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 33

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Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA music editor and staff writer Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure.


Fresh off his debut album in October, KRANE continues to wow. His latest is a stunning remix of Dua Lipa‘s “Be The One.” Backed by top-notch sound design throughout and a series of dramatic, fluttering synths in the chorus, KRANE’s crafted a beautiful rendition of an already tiptop song.


After months of waiting, dubstep fans finally have new Dodge & Fuski material. Turns out they’ve been working on an 13-track album, humbly titled The Greatest Album of All Time, and “Mistakes” with PhaseOne and The Arcturians is one of its latest singles. The Disciple track is one of pure energy. It’s packed with the heavy wubs we know and love from both bass acts, along with haunting vocals from The Arcturians that give the track a unique flavor.


Koven kick off the sophomore installment in the Monstercat x Rocket League collaborative album series with a drumstep original, “My Love.” Katie Boyle’s heartfelt vocals put a more lighthearted touch on the verses, but other parts of the song are a whole different animal. The duo have put together a track that exudes intensity in the best way, making it the perfect kick-off for the forthcoming compilation album.


Unlike Pluto has tapped into my nostalgia. Last Friday, he released an incredibly emotive cover of My Chemical Romance‘s 2004 hit, “Helena.” His vocal-centered rendition strips down the original track to a slower-paced ballad that oozes pure emotion and passion. Unlike Pluto’s voice is so well-suited for this track, and I’ve found myself re-obsessed with it 14 years later.


Seven years and countless remixes later, Porter Robinson‘s “Unison” remains one of the greatest hits of the early “EDM” era. It’s been reworked, revamped, reshaped, and re-imagined into genres across the board — and some are truly a treat. This latest one from SYN is a substantial contender. The mysterious producer ushers in the iconic melody before plunging listeners into a sea of glitchy bass. It’s raw and harsh, but in the best possible way.

H/T to DA managing editor M. Cooper for this one.