Lane 8 releases final Clue to the mystery of ‘Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard’

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Lane 8‘s “The Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard” has been solved for good this time, on the artist’s This Never Happened imprint. The track first incited intrigue after Lane 8, real name Daniel Goldstein, weaved it into his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, back in April.

“The Disappearance Of Colonel Mustard” begins as many of Goldstein’s rich repertoire of deep house tracks do — halcyon, instrumental, and saccharinely melodic. However, the drop moves into an uncharacteristically dark display, that is not altogether sinister, but more shrouded in clandestine club fun, evocative of ZHU‘s shadowy allure. The track finds a surprisingly harmonious balance between light, atmospheric interludes and jolting basslines.

The new song perpetuates an already incredibly rich release year for the Goldstein, who, in succession to his wildly successful Little By Little album (accompanied by a world tour), has released a technicolor train of house singles as of late.

These are 10 hype-building songs to listen to ahead for Moonrise Festival 2018

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Moonrise Festival 2018 is shaping out to be one of Baltimore’s most exciting events of the year. The two-day festival — held at the Pimlico Race Course – is preparing for its 5th installment, which will feature a wide and diverse range of artists, catering toward fans of almost any dance music sub-genre. Performers include Kaskade, Zeds Dead, 3LAU, JOYRYDE, Ookay, GRiZ, Illenium, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Ekali, MK, and more.

In honor of the upcoming festivities, we’ve compiled a 10-track playlist that includes tunes from some of the weekend’s most anticipated acts — perfect for any pre-game or long road-trips to Baltimore.

1. Silk City (Diplo & Mark Ronson) – “Only Can Get Better”

The latest single from Diplo & Mark Ronson’s newest side project Silk City. This is definitely a collaboration attendees will hear during Diplo’s headline set at the Stellar Stage Saturday night. Ronson has since teased their second upcoming release, so maybe he’ll give fans a little taste at the festival?

2. DJ Snake & Mercer – “Let’s Get Ill”

One of DJ Snake’s hottest 2018 collaborations saw linking up with Mercer for a rapid, future house heater. Check out Snake headlining the Stellar Stage Saturday night alongside Kaskade, Diplo, Zeds Dead, and more.

3. Marshmello – “Rooftops”

Marshmello recently released his Joytime II album, which has been very well-received by the Mello Gang. “Rooftops” a groovy one from the album where the DJ/producer throws on his own 90’s punk rock-sounding vocals. He’ll take the Stellar Stage Sunday night and will likely close out the weekend.

4. SNRBN – “If I Can’t Have You” feat. Harloe

The LA-based DJ/producer, who will also be taking over the Stellar Stage on Sunday afternoon, where he will more than likely take his audience out of the racetrack an instead place them on a mental beach. His latest single “I Can’t Have You” accomplishes this feat in mere minutes.

5. Two Friends – “While We’re Dreaming” feat. Kevin Writer

We enjoy this 2017 throwback from the duo, who will be treating their guests to a heavy dose of their cheery brand of dance music.

6. Galantis – “Mama Look At Me Now”

“Mama Look At Me Now” is one of two tracks from Galantis’ latest EP release, and it gives us a taste of what’s in store for the mischevious Swedes’ infectiously raucous Sunday set.

7. Cashmere Cat, Major Lazer, Tory Lanez – “Miss You” (Akira Akira & Hikeii Remix)

This is one of the most poppin’ remixes of his hit collaboration “Miss You” with Major Lazer and Tory Lanez. Festival goers can expect to hear either the original or an assortment of remixes, yet knowing Cashmere Cat, he often has a strictly Jersey club section of the set, to which this fits perfectly. Check out his set at the Lunar Stage on Sunday.

8. Rezz & 1788-L – H E X

Rezz is blowing up the scene with dark synths and heavy beats that are nothing short of an innovative sound. Check out her latest release, which she’ll most likely use to destroy the Solar Tent atmosphere on Saturday.

9. Chris Lake, Chris Lorenzo, Anti-Up – “Pizza”

Anyone want pizza? No? How about after a few hours of constant movement and house beats at the Celestial Stage? Chris Lake will be headlining the house-geared stage Saturday night and will probably trap listeners into his set right as they’re deciding to leave for some pizza.

10. Eric Prydz – “Liberate” (Lane 8 Remix)

This remix for Eric Prydz’ “Liberate” is one of Lane 8’s hidden gems released back in 2014. He’s pushed out a lot of new music since then, but it doesn’t mean we have to stop showing this perfect blend of deep and melodic house some love. Check him out headlining the Celestial Stage Sunday night.

Purchase tickets via the Moonrise Festival website and if this song selection didn’t do justice, check out the festival’s 2018 Spotify playlists, which are curated by stage.

 

Seismic Dance Event announces house-heavy inaugural lineup

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Seismic Dance Event is a new festival hosted by local Austin, Texas promoter RealMusic Events. Known for their house-oriented electronic lineups, Seismic Dance Event seems to the pinnacle of their love for hard beats and dirty grooves.

The lineup features house music heavyweights and newcomers, with big name talent like Anna Lunoe, Green Velvet, and Duke Dumont alongside some smaller, but still reputable names such as Amtrac, Hotel Garuda, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and more. Hosted at the scenic Carson Creek Ranch in Austin, this lineup and location pairing makes Seismic Dance Event one of fall’s most intriguing festivals.

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Lane 8 delivers five-hour summer mixtape

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Lane 8 delivers five-hour summer mixtape

Lane 8 has been on steady kick of releasing new music from his creative arsenal these days. In just over a month, the Bay Area producer has given fans his highly anticipated Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1, a laudable two-track EP, and a Root To Branch Vol. 2 compilation, featuring collaborators from his This Never Happened label.

Now from Daniel Goldstein comes the next chapter in his 2018 seasonal mixtape series: a whopping five-hour summer mixtape, featuring a chill progression of sounds that will surely transport listeners to a sunny afternoon outdoors. Goldstein’s newest installment covers a bit of his own smooth and deep discography, while also touching on Paul Kalkbrenner, the psychedelic stylings of Jon Hopkins, a slowed-tempo cut of ODESZA with Leon Bridges, and even some unreleased material from Rinzen.

The full mixtape represents Lane 8’s newest journey through atmospheric peaks and valleys as well as emotional troughs and crests — one that is sure to please in any occasion.

Lane 8 announces second phase of Little By Little Tour

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After a series of sold out performances for part one of his Little By Little Tour, Lane 8, real name Daniel Goldstein, announced he’s hopping back on tour for another go in late 2018. This time around, Goldstein will embark on his three-month expedition beginning in the US in September, making his way across Europe through October, then circling back to the states in November.

Per the tour flyer, “Experience the Moment / Don’t record it,” the tour is backed by Goldstein’s own This Never Happened imprint, which is predicated on those exact principles. To solidify this, the Little By Little Tour does not permit phone cameras or filming on the dancefloor, so that attendees may, “connect with each other and the music in the purest way possible.”

Kidnap Kid reinvents himself as Kidnap

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Many know UK native Matt Relton as electronic music producer Kidnap Kid thanks to hit releases like “Vehl” and “Aba” with Lane 8. Relton sat down with Mixmag during an episode of their On Rotation podcast, where he discussed that he would be changing his artist name because he was “ending this chapter and starting with refreshed intentions.”

The producer will be moving forward with the artist name “Kidnap” as opposed to “Kidnap Kid” to symbolize this change. Next time fans see a new track out by Kidnap, it’s not an artist ripping off of the UK heavy-hitter’s artist name, but a reinvention of the producer himself.

H/T: Mixmag

Featured photo by Candice-Joelle

Lane 8 Finally Uploads His Gorgeous And Introspective Essential Mix: LISTEN

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Lane 8 is without a doubt one of my favorite artists in all of electronic music. I have followed him in the very beginning when he was releasing off of French Express as well as Anunadeep. His productions always had an etheral, if not otherworldly quality to them. Lane 8’s innate talent of injecting introspection

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Above & Beyond’s AnjunaBeach SoCal Lineup Revealed

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Beloved British trance trio Above & Beyond are throwing a beach party next month in Orange County, California and they’re bringing some of Anjunabeat’s top acts with them to celebrate. The full lineup for AnjunaBeach SoCal has been revealed and it includes a yoga set by Above & Beyond as well as sets from Luttrell,

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Lane 8 releases ‘Root To Branch Vol. 2’ compilation

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The second volume of Root To Branch has arrived, courtesy of Lane 8.

Following the release of his most recent single with Avoure, “Let Me,” and his BBC Essential Mix debut, Root To Branch Vol. 2 shifts Lane 8’s role from producer to curator, as the melodic house heavyweight presents a series of selections from the fellow artists who’ve served as his musical muses of late.

Entities from Lane 8’s This Never Happened label, Avoure, Emanour, and Solanca all make appearances on the six-track second volume of his fan-favorite compilation, a formidable followup to the first installment in the developing Root To Branch family.

Chill EDM Playlist Update: Shallou, Dinka, Lane 8, and Kaskade

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To celebrate all of the chill music being released, EDM Sauce has officially updated their Chill EDM playlists thanks to the help of SiriusXM Chill and Ben Harvey’s #Chillworthy additions. In this week’s new chill music, we’ve added Kaskade’s “Nobody Like You” Sun Soaked Mix, Shallou and Riah’s “Lie,” Dinka and Sons of Maria’s “Campfire

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