Lunar Lunes: BIJOU remixes Sinden & LO’99, Andrew Rayel builds beautiful ‘Horizon,’ Sound Remedy takes us ‘Higher’ + more

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Bass house heavyweight BIJOU has returned to AC Slater‘s Night Bass for a hefty remix of Sinden and LO’99‘s “Natural High.” Sound Remedy has delivered his first original tune since April, “Higher,” which is lush with gorgeous vocals and cascading melodies. In celebration of his birthday, Prince Fox has posted a few of his older remixes, including his take on Ariana Grande‘s “Side To Side.” blanke stuns with an impressive remix of Madeon‘s iconic “Imperium,” and Voliik takes on T.A.T.u’s seminal “All The Things She Said.” Tom Fall returns to Armada for an ethereal remix of Limelght’s “Don’t Leave Me Now,” and ECHOS tug at listeners’ heartstrings with the exquisite “Revival.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Axis 205: Lost Frequencies drops off fresh mix, talks touring with The Chainsmokers & more

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Axis 205: Lost Frequencies drops off fresh mix, talks touring with The Chainsmokers & moreLost Frequencies Ais 205

Past hits like 2014’s “Are You With Me” have made Lost Frequencies a certified star in his home country of Belgium. Stateside, the melodic electronica virtuoso has dazzled crowds opening for heavyweights including Don Diablo, and more recently The Chainsmokers. Releasing a steady stream of wistful deep house cuts through Armada and his own aptly named Found Frequencies imprint, Lost Frequencies is carving out his own four-to-the-floor formula with lethal crossover appeal.

This year has been another big one for the producer, with high profile slots at festivals like Electric Zoo, and infectious singles like “Melody” and “Like I Love You” leading the way. On the heels of a standout remix of the newly formed LSD’s “Thunderclouds,” the Lost Frequencies dropped by to look back on his whirlwind year and talk what’s next – and drop off a textbook feels-inducing journey for the 205th edition of our Axis series. In typical form, the one-hour ride blends anything everything soothing and uplifting, spanning recognizable hits and some of some juicy IDs from the artist and his label mates.

You were recently listed on DJ mag’s top 100 DJ list at #17. What are your feelings about making it, and the recent online backlash to the list? 

It felt amazing to hear that I reached #17, I climbed 9 places which I certainly didn’t expect and I’m very thankful to all my fans and friends supporting! I think with a list, poll, or anything that “ranks” artists will always face backlash, there is always someone, or another scene, that doesn’t agree! But overall, the response has been very positive and I’m grateful to be recognized alongside so many leaders in dance music!


Last year, you were able to join The Chainsmokers on tour. What are some personal lessons and takeaways from the experience? 

I did, it was crazy! I learnt; pranks can bring you all together and keep you sane on the road – it was one of my favorite memories in such a huge year, Alex and Andrew are so much fun and the vibes were crazy! It was amazing to be able to take my sound to so many huge arenas in the States.


Outside of your own music, what can fans expect soon from your recently revealed Found Frequencies imprint? 

We’ve just released remixes from of ‘Like I Love You’ but for me, it’s also important for us to help introduce new artists that are making music we think is really cool! We have new music from Pretty Pink, Jameson and Mordkey next month, get ready!

The Lost Frequencies catalogue is stuffed with vocal features – Who’re some artists on your wish-list to collaborate with next?

I would love to work with MØ, her voice sounds so fresh, different and exciting on every release.

What’s next in the evolution of the Lost Frequencies sound?

My recent remix for LSD’s (Labrinth, Sia & Diplo) latest track I really enjoyed but I have already started working on new tracks – they may appear on my next album but nothing is set in stone yet, my calendar is super busy but new music is something that is definitely on my mind. You’ll be able to keep up to date on anything and everything across my social media!

Axis 205: Lost Frequencies drops off fresh mix, talks touring with The Chainsmokers & more

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Axis 205: Lost Frequencies drops off fresh mix, talks touring with The Chainsmokers & moreLost Frequencies Ais 205

Past hits like 2014’s “Are You With Me” have made Lost Frequencies a certified star in his home country of Belgium. Stateside, the melodic electronica virtuoso has dazzled crowds opening for heavyweights including Don Diablo, and more recently The Chainsmokers. Releasing a steady stream of wistful deep house cuts through Armada and his own aptly named Found Frequencies imprint, Lost Frequencies is carving out his own four-to-the-floor formula with lethal crossover appeal.

This year has been another big one for the producer, with high profile slots at festivals like Electric Zoo, and infectious singles like “Melody” and “Like I Love You” leading the way. On the heels of a standout remix of the newly formed LSD’s “Thunderclouds,” the Lost Frequencies dropped by to look back on his whirlwind year and talk what’s next – and drop off a textbook feels-inducing journey for the 205th edition of our Axis series. In typical form, the one-hour ride blends anything everything soothing and uplifting, spanning recognizable hits and some of some juicy IDs from the artist and his label mates.

You were recently listed on DJ mag’s top 100 DJ list at #17. What are your feelings about making it, and the recent online backlash to the list? 

It felt amazing to hear that I reached #17, I climbed 9 places which I certainly didn’t expect and I’m very thankful to all my fans and friends supporting! I think with a list, poll, or anything that “ranks” artists will always face backlash, there is always someone, or another scene, that doesn’t agree! But overall, the response has been very positive and I’m grateful to be recognized alongside so many leaders in dance music!


Last year, you were able to join The Chainsmokers on tour. What are some personal lessons and takeaways from the experience? 

I did, it was crazy! I learnt; pranks can bring you all together and keep you sane on the road – it was one of my favorite memories in such a huge year, Alex and Andrew are so much fun and the vibes were crazy! It was amazing to be able to take my sound to so many huge arenas in the States.


Outside of your own music, what can fans expect soon from your recently revealed Found Frequencies imprint? 

We’ve just released remixes from of ‘Like I Love You’ but for me, it’s also important for us to help introduce new artists that are making music we think is really cool! We have new music from Pretty Pink, Jameson and Mordkey next month, get ready!

The Lost Frequencies catalogue is stuffed with vocal features – Who’re some artists on your wish-list to collaborate with next?

I would love to work with MØ, her voice sounds so fresh, different and exciting on every release.

What’s next in the evolution of the Lost Frequencies sound?

My recent remix for LSD’s (Labrinth, Sia & Diplo) latest track I really enjoyed but I have already started working on new tracks – they may appear on my next album but nothing is set in stone yet, my calendar is super busy but new music is something that is definitely on my mind. You’ll be able to keep up to date on anything and everything across my social media!

The Chainsmokers Have New Music On The Way

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The Chainsmokers cannot seem to stay out of the spotlight. Over recent years, the American DJ Duo have taken over the world with their pop drop sound that has captivated all walks of life. The sound that helped to build the EDM brand was cemented when they duo dropped their “Memories Do Not Open” Album

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Roman Pearce – Dalali

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Parisian DJ/producer Roman Pearce makes his debut on Somn’thing Records with his piano led future house anthem ‘Dalali.’ Better known as chill-House artist, Roman is a composer, producer and a remixer who splits his time between Los Angeles and Paris. He is best known for his skills on the turntables, where he’s won many accolades

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Electric Zoo announces ferocious phase two line-up additions: Alesso, Tiësto, Chris Lorenzo, Destructo, and more

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Made Event‘s titanic New York-based festival, Electric Zoo, is celebrating its tenth birthday this Labor Day Weekend, August 31st–September 2nd. To mark the momentous double-digit occasion, the wildlife-themed event has added two more headlining artists in Alesso and Tiësto to join the star-studded cast of talent that already tops the 2018 bill: KaskadeMarshmelloMartin Garrix, and Virtual Self.

Other notable acts joining on phase two include: Alexander Lewis, Bonnie x Clyde, Boogie T, Chris Lorenzo, Chuurch, Crankdat, Destructo, DNMO, Dubfire, G Jones, Habstrakt, Jauz, Kayzo, Lost Frequencies, Luzcid, Medasin, Party Favor, Petey Clicks, Space Jesus, Spencer Brown, Squnto, Stööki Sound, Whipped Cream, and YehMe2.

Electric Zoo’s ‘Big 10’ birthday bash will feature additional stages curated by Anjunabeats, Deadbeats, Hyperhouse, and Sunday School.

Tickets to Electric Zoo are currently on sale to the general public, and can be purchased here.

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Feeling overwhelmed by Miami Music Week? Here are the parties not to miss

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Making the right decision of where to go during Miami Music Week can be more than overwhelming given the endless amount of events in the area. Considering the vast pool of parties, showcases, cruises, and all-day events, it’s crucial to make ensure the most effective use of time throughout the week. As such, Dancing Astronaut has taken to compiling a complete party guide, to help navigate only the hottest events taking place on the picturesque Miami shores. 

Tuesday, 20 March

Mau5trap Showcase  /  Treehouse

Mau5trap returns to the Treehouse once again with a vehement array of artistry.  Between BlackGummy b2b No Mana, ATTLAS b2b Eekkoo, the fervent Heyz b2b Electrocado, the astonishing Rinzen, Notaker, and Rhett, Mau5trap’s showcase promises an electric array of this year’s rising talent. It’s the perfect show to kick off the week with, and considering Mau5trap’s track record, certainly not one to be missed.

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Nora En Pure Presents Purified  /  Delano Hotel

“Bringing her sought-after sound to South Beach for her debut Purified MMW event, Nora En Pure, part of the Helvetic Nerds, is set to open Miami Music Week on Tuesday 20th March at the Delano Beach Club. Inviting some of the world’s most mezmerising DJs, Autograf, Croatia Squad, Doorly, Huxley, Mat.Joe, Siege, and Sons Of Maria will all be performing at this sunset session alongside dance music’s leading lady.” -Press Release

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Paco Osuna presents Mindshake Showcase 2018 /  TRADE

“Tuesday night of Miami music week TRADE will have a techno feast featuring master class DJs to have our dance floor rocking, get ready as Paco Osuna comes into the intimacy of this dark room to showcase his record label Mindshake in all its might!” –
Miami Rebels + Paco Osuna

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Wednesday, 21 March

 

LINK Miami Rebels Presents Nastia, Ellen Allien, & Peggy Gou /  TRADE

Three talented ladies — Nastia, Ellen Allien, and Peggy Gou — are gathering at TRADE early on in the week to show off their fiery finesse behind the decks. Each vastly ascending beyond the global underground circuit, Link Miami Rebels’ show will surely prove why these ladies have been so widely talked about quite a bit over the last year.

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

HYTE Miami 2018  /  Space

“HYTE returns to Miami for MMW to take over two rooms at the infamous Club Space. On Wednesday, March 21st, HYTE will bring their special atmosphere and carefully curated line-up to the multi-faceted Club Space venue in Miami for a sure to be immersive party across two different rooms. The 25,000 sq foot venue offers everything that clubbers have come to expect from the HYTE brand. The venue for all this is a new one for HYTE but one that has a celebrated reputation for throwing essential parties. It is always a focal point during MMW and hosts only the most influential brands, labels and DJs, so HYTE are proud to call the place home. It boasts two different rooms which each offer slightly different ambiances and also has a vast rooftop terrace which makes for very special moments as the sun rises and falls on the horizon. Making it the perfect location to capture those first rays of sunshine after a hard nights dancing. There will be nowhere better to get an authentic taste of the Miami experience than with Space and HYTE as your capable hosts. ” –HYTE

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Heldeep Vs. Monstercat  /  Soho Studios

Heldeep Vs. Monstercat is coming your way in the heat of the Floridian sun at the world-renowned venue, Soho Studios! The bell will ring in the evening with a massive stage unlike anything you’ve seen before. We’ve done our training, said our prayers, and taken our vitamins; now it’s time to see who wins the belt. No matter what happens, it’s all of you amazing fans who will come out on top March 21st!” –Monstercat

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Thursday, 22 March

 

Robin Schulz & Friends Pool Party  / Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel

The third edition of Spinnin’ Records Spinnin’ Hotel brings five pool parties to this year’s Miami Music Week. A return to the Nautilus, A Sixty Hotel, located on the wonderful South Beach in the famous Art Deco district of Miami, 2018 promises a most fervent poolside affair. Robin Schulz and friends is one of our favorite picks, playing alongside his pals Autograf, Goldroom, Shaun Frank, and more.

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Deadbeats Goes Off The Deepend   / Soho Studios

When Deadbeats announces it’s taking Miami off the deep end, they mean it. A conglomerate of fervent b2b sets are set to take place, including Zed’s Dead b2b Jauz, 12th planet b2b Ghastly, and Eprom b2b Zeke Beats. The promised intensity of this one is truly unmissable.

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Mixmash Miami Rockin’ With The Best  / Delano Beach Club

Currently in its ninth consecutive year, Mixmash has announced a lineup nothing short of iconic for its uniquely rambunctious Delano South Beach party. Truly a testament its given name, Rockin’ With The Best boasts A-Trak, Blasterjaxx, Deorro, Jonas Blue, Mike Cervello, Moksi, Laidback Luke, Timmy Trumpet, Unity, Zonderling, as well as special unannounced guests who’ll perform b2b.

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

NGHTMRE & SLANDER present Gud Vibrations Boat Party / Sea Isle Marina

NGHTMRE & SLANDER‘s Gud Vibrations event moniker has been known to make waves. Setting sail over Miami’s crystalline waters aboard the palatial Musette yacht, party-goers can expect expansive production and wild antics throughout the ship. The event will feature such special guests as EKALIKRANEDOMBRESKY, Rickyxsan, Wavedash, and many more.

Event Page   ||   Tickets

 

Friday, 23 March

 

Corona Electric Beach Road To “EDC LV”   /  Shore Club

With the tagline of where the “Beats meet the beach,” the Corona Electric Beach is an unmissable event, no matter where it lay host. Featuring world-renowned DJs and traveling across the US and partnering with festival pioneers, Corona Electric Beach promises an exuberant event each and every time. The Miami Music Week installment brings Chris Lake, Mija, Will Clarke, Walker & Royce, Sharps, Dillon Nathaniel, Doc Brown, and more to the luxurious playground known as the Shore Club.

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Seth Troxler, Damian Lazarus, Jackmaster and Jasper James / Basement Miami

The four legendary DJs are set to take over The Basement Miami on Friday from 11pm to 5am. Produced in part by the Gia Sai Agency, the event will play host to some of the most inventive sounds in techno, breaks, jungle, house and disco the week has to offer. It’s unclear as to whether back-to-back sets will take place, but one can only hope to expect them.

Event Page    ||    Table Reservations

 

Dirtybird Players / Space Terrace

Claude VonStroke leads his Dirtybird crew on Miami’s storied Space Nightclub terrace and in the club’s techno loft for an evening of moving, grooving and shaking. Dirtybird Players such as Billy Kenny, Ardalan, Walker & Royce and Will Clarke will be setting the tone for the evening, and a few special guests have yet to be announced.

Event Page    ||    Tickets

 

Saturday, 24 March

 

Adam Beyer x Cirez D /  Soho Studios

In what promises to be the week’s most mesmerizing event, Adam Beyer and Cirez D are joining forces for one night in Miami’s Soho Studios. The Drumcode founder and Eric Prydz alias will perform in back-to-back fashion in the 32,000+ square foot venue. Known for their stellar productions, LinkMiamiRebels’ coalescence of two iconic forces makes for a truly unmissable evening in South Beach.

Event Page    ||    Tickets (SOLD OUT)

 

Diskolab Presents No Sugar Added /  1 Hotel South Beach

2018 brings No Sugar Added’s biggest lineup of all time, boasting the likes of Hexagon head Don Diablo, the dynamic duo Dada LifeLost FrequenciesSam Feldt, Autograf, and more. As the Diskolab event moves to a single stage amid the luxury setting of the 1 Hotel this year, NSA promises to be one of dance fans’ favorite all-day affairs this MMW.

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

 Confession Miami / Treehouse

Tchami’s descent into Miami is certain to leave dance floors drenched in sweat as the French house pioneer and Confession label founder is being joined in good company. Cazztek, Dombresky, Brohug, Dillon Nathaniel and a few special guests will play host to one of the week’s most anticipated events.

Event Page    ||    Tickets

 

Chuckie Exclusive Hip Hop Set – Benefitting Fuck Cancer  /  Rockwell Miami

Known for his dirty dutch style, sensational trap original “Warrior,” and perhaps most importantly, for his selfless candor,  Amsterdam producer Chuckie returns to Miami Music Week with his annual Fuck Cancer set. This year’s installment promises exclusive hip hop and special guests with all proceeds at the door going to the Fuck Cancer charity. Chuckie’s bringing the party to Miami for a good cause, what’s not to like?

Event page    ||    Tickets

 

Elrow Miami / El Miami: Nomads, Nuevo Mundo

“Together we make magic happen.” That is the ethos by which Spanish production company Elrow run their events. Elrow has gradually began to enter the US festival sphere, but their events in the US are few and far between, making their hosted event in Miami that much more special. With a lineup still to be announced, the event holds an air of mystery, but those attending Miami Music Week can expect expect expansive production and vibrant costumes, at the very least.

Event Page    ||    Tickets

 

Sunday, 25 March

 

Anjunabeach Miami / 1 Hotel South Beach
Anjunabeats will play host to Miami’s premier trance event at the 1 Hotel Beach in South Beach. With such artists as Alpha 9, Genix, Jason Ross, Jaytech and many more, the exposé into trance is certain to be one of the week’s best beachside events.

Event Page    ||    Tickets

 

Repopulate Mars – Miami 2018  / Gramps Bar

On Sunday, March 25th, Lee Foss will open a wormhole in time and space to Repopulate Mars from Gramps Miami in Wynwood from 2pm-2am…Alien jams from the future at a beach party on Mars will have punk funk kids shedding clothes, aliens shedding skin and cyborgs getting down.” –Repopulate Mars

Event Page    ||    Tickets

 

Carl Cox Presents: His Disco, Funk & Soul Event  / Basement Miami

The storied Carl Cox closes out Bincomparablemparalble six-day MMW lineup in what promises to be one of the highlights of this year’s installment. Presenting his disco, funk, AND soul, Cox will be in top form, and those who miss it will surely be sorry they did.

Event Page    ||    Table Reservations

 

Featured Photo Credit: Darryl Adelaar

 

 

Lost Frequencies Announces His Own Label Via New Collab With Zonderling

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 When you’ve already conquered the world with a plethora of global smashes and an album to die for, heading up your own label sure seems like the next logical step to take. And indeed it is so for Lost Frequencies, who comes fresh from some of the most impactful singles of the past few years

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NMF roundup: new Aoki remix, Wiwek unleashes a ferocious new tune, and Birocratic explores a new sound + many more

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. 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.

Steve Aoki remixed one of the hottest acts in the world, Korea’s omnipresent boy band BTS.

Lost Frequencies joined with Zonderling for the bouncy single, “Crazy.”

“Ni de Coña” is the raucous result of Wiwek and Mike Cervello joining forces.

Russian duo Volac had their track “No Love” receive the remix treatment from the likes of Dillon Nathaniel, Jay Robinson, and more.

Newcomer Wolves By Night releases his debut EP on BMKLTSCH!, a two-tracker of downtempo, vocally prominent, tunes that portend big things to come.

Korean producer Raiden teamed with France’s Tom Tyger for a “C’est La Vibe,” a gritty house tune that’s sure to set the dance floor ablaze.

Noah Cyrus tapped One Bit for her latest collaboration, the thudding electro-infused single “My Way.”

Birocratic expanded his style with his remix of of Pool Cosby’s “Thrive,” maintaining his trademark groove while building a structure of vigorous synth patches around smooth, breathy vocals.

Kove followed up his recent chat with DA with a new atmospheric single “Ain’t No Love.”

Read More:

Wiwek- Drum Nation (feat. WatchTheDuck)

Steve Aoki remixes Celine Dion live at Vegas show

Birocratic – Kabuki Inlet

Don Diablo announces ‘Future’ North American tour with Lost Frequencies

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With six stunning original hits, his killer weekly Hexagon radio series, a packed global tour schedule that took him to the main stages of Tomorrowland, EDC, Mysteryland, Lollapolooza, and Ultra Music Festival, in addition to selling out his headline artist shows in the UK, US and European markets, it goes without question that Don Diablo has had his biggest year to date.

Don Diablo started 2017 by releasing vibrant, high energy singles such as “Switch,” and “Children of a Miracle.”  His more recent tracks of the year include “Momentum” and “Don’t Let Go,” along with his latest piece featuring A R I Z O N A, “Take Her Place.” Producing an eclectic array of sounds, while staying true to his signature style, Don Diablo’s innovative production craft always brings fresh, invigorating elements to the table.

In light of his overwhelming success, Don Diablo has announced his North American tour with special guest Lost Frequencies, which will begin on Feb. 8 in San Diego, making stops in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City. The Future tour will showcase a timeline of Don Diablo’s work, as he will play out classics such as “Tonight,” and “On My Mind,” along with his newer creations that show an evolution in his artistry. With his forthcoming album on the way, it’s safe to assume that Don Diablo will not hold out on fans, but rather drop previews of his unreleased work, as is tradition with the Dutch superstar. Undoubtedly, Don Diablo’s Future tour will be a memorable experience, as the distinguished artist’s expertise is giving fans an unforgettable taste of both his past and future.

Feb 8 The Observatory, San Diego, CA
Feb 9 The Regency, San Francisco, CA
Feb 10 The Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
Feb 15 Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL
Feb 16 New City Gas, Montreal, Canada
Feb 17 Echostage, Washington, DC
Feb 23 Terminal 5, New York, NY
Feb 24 Marquee Nightclub, Las Vegas, NV

Read More:

Don Diablo & A R I Z O N A – Take Her Place

Don Diablo – Don’t Let Go ft. Holly Winter (Original Mix)

Don Diablo releases highly anticipated ID officially titled, ‘Momentum’