Grammys 2019: Lady Gaga Sings “Shallow”

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Lady Gaga performed her A Star Is Born track “Shallow” at the Grammys, sans her duet partner Bradley Cooper, who is overseas representing the film at the BAFTAs. Instead, Gaga just did the first verse herself, joined on-stage by the song’s co-writers Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, and Anthony Rossomando. More »

St. Vincent & Dua Lipa Performing Together At The Grammys

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The Recording Academy announced that St. Vincent will perform with Dua Lipa this Sunday at the 2019 Grammy Awards. St. Vincent’s MASSEDUCTION is nominated for Best Alternative Rock Album and the title track is up for Best Rock Song. Dua Lipa is nominated in the Best New Artist category. More »

Backstreet’s Back, But It’s Not Alright

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Backstreet BoysIn the Backstreet Boys’ video for 1998 mega-hit “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back),” the group’s tour bus breaks down outside what turns out to be a haunted house. Reluctantly, they decide to stay the night, after which “Thriller”-style horror hijinks ensue. The boys in the band appear in costume as various kinds of ghoulish creatures. If you … More »

Mark Ronson, Haim, & The Roots Are Recording A “Hit Song” With Howard Stern

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Howard Stern has long proclaimed himself to be the “King of All Media,” but after reaching the top in radio, TV, the big screen and the New York Times bestseller list, the SiriusXM satellite radio icon has one last medium he’s eager to vanquish: the Billboard Hot 100 chart. After weeks of hype, Stern invited … More »

Don Diablo takes on Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson in new remix

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Don Diablo takes on Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson in new remixDon Diablo

Don Diablo takes a stab at another official remix this year, altering Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus‘ “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” into an groovy future house heater. With underlying, heavy synths and filtered horns, the first verse is brought up with a piano chord progression that implores listeners to dance.; the Don himself called it “piano house” on Twitter. Miley’s twangy vocals sink nicely into the bed Diablo has created for them, wrapping around a bouncy drop that’s filled with horns and dance pop percussion for an extra helping of catchiness more well-suited for the club.

Reddit future house aficionados recently crowned Don Diablo as the genre’s top player in 2018, and by the start of 2019,  the Dutch DJ emerged with an official future house remix of Panic! At The Disco’s chart topping “High Hopes,” which also showcased the funky electro house atmosphere with a piano progression to match.

 

 

 

Don Diablo Gives Mark Ronson And Miley Cyrus A Groovy Remix On Their Track – ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’

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Don Diablo already started off 2019 with some serious energy, dropping two official remixes. One of which, was his edit of Panic! At The Disco’s ‘High Hopes’, which has accumulated a mountain of critical and fan approval since its release. Today, Don is keeping his winning streak alive with an official remix for Mark Ronson

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One day the world will tire of Nothing Breaks Like a Heart reworks

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Yet another new version of the song everyone’s calling “quite good”

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NMF Roundup: Skrillex and Hikaru Utada take on Kingdom Hearts III, Zeds Dead and Delta Heavy team up, Gorgon City unveil ‘Lick Shot’ + more

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NMF Roundup: Skrillex and Hikaru Utada take on Kingdom Hearts III, Zeds Dead and Delta Heavy team up, Gorgon City unveil ‘Lick Shot’ + moreSkrille Superjam Bonarroo Live

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.

Skrillex and Hikaru Utada kick off some of the most prominent of NMF releases with the heavenly “Face My Fears” from Kingdom Hearts III. Also leading the charge are Zeds Dead and Delta Heavy with a powerful drum & bass collaboration, “Life You Up.” Sofi Tukker and ZHU have delivered the sultry “Mi Rumba,” and Gorgon City bring the heat with a feisty new original, “Lick Shot.” Sam Feldt and Kate Ryan dive into their feelings in “Gold,” and Slushii dreams of warmer days with the tropical “Never Let You Go.” 13 summons a storm on the formidable “Uppercut,” and Above & Beyond are “Flying By Candlelight” in their new collab with Marty Longstaff. Lost Kings continue their slew of releases with “FU4E,” and Xan Griffin delivers his first release since his September Self-Discovery album. Peking Duk sprinkle some sweetness in their new original with Jack River, “Sugar,” and Richard Durand puts his intense spin on Armin van Buuren‘s “Wild Wild Son.”

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.

8 Britney Spears Covers That Don’t Suck

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Britney SpearsI don’t know if anybody ever really put it on the record just after …Baby One More Time was released as to what they thought Britney Spears would be doing in two decades. (The album came out 20 years ago this past weekend.) It probably would have been pretty cynical; that generation of … More »

“Shallow” From A Star Is Born Wins Golden Globe For Best Original Song

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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow” from A Star Is Born won the Golden Globe tonight for Best Original Song. It beat out Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s “All The Stars” from Black Panther, Dolly Parton’s “Girl In The Movies” from Dumplin’, Annie Lennox’s “Requiem For A Private War” from A Private War, and Troye Sivan … More »