Listen: Diplo takes over BBC Radio 1

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Mad Decent boss Diplo returned to his BBC Radio 1 slot over the weekend of October 13 with a heavy mix of hip-hop heaters.

Although he recently called DJ culture “cheesy,” Diplo’s mix leaves no doubts as to his skills behind the decks.

In his near two-hour segment, Diplo splices in some seriously hot tracks from the likes of DJ Snake, Skrillex, Lil Pump, Rawtek, Yo Gotti, Post MaloneDrake, Popcaan, Dillon Francis, and tons more.

Listen to the full show here.

Tracklist:
DJ Snake- A Different Way (Tall Boys Back Bootleg) (feat. Lauv)Autoérotique- The Sound (feat. Major Lazer)

Autoérotique- The Sound (feat. Major Lazer)
Khazz- Burnin’ Down

Dr. Fresch- Roll It Up$MGGLR- Groovy

$MGGLR- Groovy

Katy Perry- Swish Swish (Valentino Khan Remix) (feat. Nicki Minaj)

Skrillex & Poo Bear- Would You Ever (4B Remix)

Chris Brown- Till I Die (MaddJazz Bootleg) (feat. Wiz Khalifa & Big Sean)

Dillon Francis- Say Less (Eliminate Remix) (feat. G‐Eazy)Ekali- Babylon (Skrillex & Ronny J Remix) (feat. Denzel Curry)

Ekali- Babylon (Skrillex & Ronny J Remix) (feat. Denzel Curry)Lil Pump- Flex Like

Lil Pump- Flex Like Ouu (Y2K Edit)

Mayhem & Antiserum- Shelter (feat. Bulletproof)

Rawtek- Muzzle (feat. Nonsens)

Boombox Cartel vs Kaaris & Mr. Carmack- Charge (Boombox Cartel Remix)

Jaguar Trap & Mavado- ID (Diplo Edit)

YFN Lucci- Everyday We Lit (DJ Scene Bootleg) (feat. PnB Rock)

Yo Gotti, Mike WiLL Made-It, Flosstradamus & Ricky Remedy- Rake It Up (FAED ‘BYB’ Edit)

Subtact- Tunnel Vision

KRNE & QUIX- New World

2 Chainz-4 AM (DJ Valid Remix) (feat. Travis Scott)

Major Lazer- Thunder & Lightning (feat. Gent & Jawns)

D4L & Getter- LAFFY TAFFY x Sick Jet Pack Bro

Calvin Harris- This Is What You Came For (Gammer Edit) (feat. Rihanna)

Kyle- iSpy (FAED ‘Trap Queen’ Bootleg)

Kanye West- All Of The Lights (Nitti Gritti Bootleg)

Lil Uzi Vert- 444+222 (Tony Arzadon Remix)

Kendrick Lamar- HUMBLE. (Skrillex Remix)

Post Malone- Congratulations (DEUX Twins Remix)

PARTYNEXTDOOR- Right Now

Jenn Morel- Ponteme (Major Lazer Dub)

Halsey- Bad At Love (Dillon Francis Remix)

Ameiro- Wine Ya Bum

Lorde0 Home Made Dynamite (DEVAULT Remix)

Major Lazer & DJ Maphorisa- Particula (Walshy Fire & dEVOLVE Remix)

Major Lazer- Sua Cara (Noizekid Cumbiaton Refix) (feat. Anitta & Pabllo Vittar)

Lauv0 I Like Me Better (B-Phisto Moombahton Remix)

DJ Snake0 Middle Of Africa (Flosstradamus Edit)

Sean Paul- No Lie (Nikko Calor & Big Syphe Puro Pari Remix) (feat. Dua Lipa)

Chace- Something About You (feat. Yade Lauren)

Drake- Madiba Riddim (Deville Club Overhaul)

Cadenza- Parking Spot (feat. Yxng Bane & Shenseea)

Amindi K. Fro$t, Tessellated & Valleyz- Pine & Ginger

Popcaan- Bad Yuh Bad (New Rules Remix)

Camila Cabello- Havana (Charlie Lane Remix) (feat. Young Thug)

Calvin Harris & Offaiah- Sweet Nothing x Trouble (feat. Florence Welch)

Fatboy Slim- Where U Iz (Stephanie Loayza Remix)

Don Diablo- Momentum (Short Edit)

CID- Creepin’ (Club Edit)

MK- 17

Drezo & Dustycloud- House

Kungs vs Cookin’ on 3 Burners- This Girl

Major Lazer & DJ Snake- Lean On (feat. MØ)

Major Lazer- Know No Better (Doobious Remix) (feat. Travis Scott, Camila Cabello & Quavo)

Dillon Francis- Hello There (feat. Yung Pinch)

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WATCH: Kölsch performs a grandiose sunset set atop the Eiffel Tower

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DJ Snake just might have started a trend amongst DJs, as Danish house and techno producer Kölsch is the latest electronic artist to perform atop a Parisian landmark. Rather than performing on the Arc de Triomphe, as DJ Snake did early in September, Kölsch took his music to new heights with a set on the Eiffel Tower.

Fresh off the release of his eerily evocative, autobiographical album 1989, the artist delved into his brand new and incredibly spectacular emotive tunes only to be rightfully met with a stunning sunset. The view of the city was streamed live courtesy of Cercle, a platform that curates magnificent sets in peculiar places.

The legendary performance also kicks off Kölsch’s tour. If this show serves as any indication, it’s one not to be missed.
Kölsch Tour Dates:

Oct 20 Awakenings ADE, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 21 ADE Audio Obscura x Spectrum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 27 Miami, USA Heart
Oct 28 Montreal, Canada La Bacchanale
Oct 31 San Francisco, USA Audio
Nov 3 Cordoba, Argentina BNP Club
Nov 4 Valinhos, S.P, Brasil Laroc – Sunset Club
Nov 5 Buenos Aires, Argentina Oasis
Nov 9 London, UK Fabric (Live Show)
Nov 10 Paris, France Faust
Nov 11 Berlin, Germany Panoramabar
Nov 16 Dublin, Ireland District 8
Nov 17 Cologne, Germany Gewölbe
Nov 18 Hasselt, Belgium Labyrinth
Nov 24 Milan, Italy Volt
Nov 26 Glasgow, UK Sub Club
Dec 8 Melbourne, Australia Forum Theatre (Live show)
Dec 9 Sydney, Australia Greenwood (Live show)
Dec 15 New York, USA TBA
Dec 16 Los Angeles, USA Sound

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STREAM: Carl Cox’s Burning Man set

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Now in it’s 21st year, the mystique surrounding Burning Man and its ability to draw in the biggest names in electronic music have shown now signs of abating. This year was no exception, with contributions from Diplo, Skrillex, and a Burning Man favorite — Tycho’s sunrise set.

One particular guest to Black Rock City that has until now remained rather elusive has been the legendary Carl Cox. Thanks to the folks at The Radio Department, fans of tech-house can now hear Carl Cox’s first-ever guest mix (beginning at the 58 minute mark) on John Digweed‘s radio show, Transitions.

Recorded live from deep within the playa this past September, expect to hear a carefully curated mix of techno and progressive DJs who are pioneering their respective genres, including Dance Spirit, Satori, Markus Homm, Connan Mockasin, Tiefschwarz & Yawk, and more.

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Listen to Flight Facilities’ Samsung S8 x Boiler Room Sydney DJ Set

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Few duos in the world of dance music have amassed as loyal and global of a following as Australian supergroup Flight Facilities. Known for their enchanting brand of nu-disco and deep house, they’ve created an unmistakable trademark style and sound. This year the twosome formerly known as Hugo and Jimmy made their Boiler Room debuted in their native Australia to a packed out crowd in Sydney. Flight Facilities showcased their immense musical prowess throughout the nearly two-hour performance, filling the intimate setting with a quirky and euphoric blend of music that communicated their aesthetic.

Boiler Room has long established itself as one of the most cutting-edge events in dance culture and this performance from Flight Facilities perfectly sums up what listeners can expect from this iconic brand. Watch the video from Flight Facilities’ performance in Sydney on Boiler Room’s Youtube Channel.

 

 

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Chloé takes us on a celestial journey through the underground with exclusive mix

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Chloé is not one to subject to ubiquitous trends on the electronic market. The classically-trained guitarist and veteran dance music composer is continually searching for depth in both what she consumes and what she creates; this quality mixed with innate talent has carried her career for over two decades.

She is nowhere near reaching stalemate, however, despite her long years as an industry figurehead. In fact, the French songstress is helping break new ground by openly embracing new technologies and sounds that others might feel hesitant to work out. Her knack for innovation gives her music a distinctive edge that has led to a great international demand for her presence.

October 27 will bring about a new milestone: her third artist album, which will be released through her own Lumière Noire imprint. Having taken great time and care to create it, Endless Revisions promises an immersive auditory experience that explores various soundscapes and genres through a cohesive development.

Prior to releasing her album, however, Chloé provides Dancing Astronaut with an exclusive mix showing where she’s currently at musically. She presents an intriguing mélange of psychedelia and deep grooves laced with dissonant vocal samples and eclectic electro elements — all within the span of an hour. As a whole, the mix feels like a a futuristic, otherworldly journey where listeners are opened to her true self.

 

 

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Sharam celebrates the third installment of his ‘Collecti’ Trilogy with exclusive mix

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DC underground stalwart, Sharam, is gearing up for the release of his album in a few days, but he is still riding high after the release of the third part of his Collecti project. Consisting of five tracks, Collecti Pt. 3 demonstrates a wide array of the producer’s various sounds and styles.

To serve as the bridge between this release and the upcoming album, Sharam has lent his hand to crafting an hour-long, exclusive mix for Dancing Astronaut. Blending his latest releases like “Dubbi” and “Napoli” with highlighted tracks from his peers like DJ Dep and Chance Caspian, the techno maven sustains a constant energy and groove while balancing light and dark tones in an innovative stimulating fashion.

Tracklist:
Sharam – Dubbi
Sharam – Techi (Renier Zonneveld Remix)
Rudosa – Eyes On You
DJ Dep – That’s Right
Third Son – Sanguine
Sharam – Napoli
Sharam – Texi
Chance Caspian – ID
Stephan Bodzin – Powers of Ten (Maceo Plex & Shall Ocin Remix)
Sharam – Spaci

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Nina Kraviz makes exquisitely evocative return on BBC Radio One’s Essential Mix [LISTEN]

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Nina Kraviz made an exquisitely evocative return to BBC Radio One‘s Essential Mix this weekend — her first appearance on the program since her debut in 2012.

Given the decorum of Kraviz, an expansive and revealing deliverance is to be expected. Naturally, Kraviz works on each and every of her artistic endeavors to solidify her vision of her label’s limitless potential. On the latest essential mix jaunt, the former cosmonaut dentist sinks her teeth into the eclectic трип catalog. She manages to include a bevy of unreleased tunes from her labelmates, all while adhering to an extraterrestrial-leaning outpouring of energy.

Opening with Roma Zuckerman’s “Zeroi,” Kraviz launches listeners into an accessible, dynamic deliverance, ensuring with each further track that she and her трип labelmates come in peace.

The Essential Mix lands ahead of the Kraviz’ forthcoming трип label showcase later this fall, one of which is atop a 150-foot high UFO shaped water tower in Helsinki, Finland.

 

Listen to Nina Kraviz’ essential mix here.

 

Tracklist:

Roma Zuckerman- Zeroi

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L.T.B.C.Y.B.- RECOGNITION.PTU- 2618

PTU- 2618

Bjarki & Nina Kraviz- Cookie and Sexy Beat

Skatebård- Sgnelkab

Unknown- Unknown

Sieg über die Sonne- Love Is Ok (Ricardo Villalobos Remix)

Far Electronics- Inner Language

Volruptus- Fermi Paradox

Maelstrom- The Line

Hieroglyphic Being- This Is 4 The Rave Bangers

PTU- Mstera

Terrence Dixon- Untitled

Biogen- Magic 01

user48736353001- AFX Theme (Bjarki Edit)

Jellybean- Twilight Dome Pt.2

Joey Beltram- Unknown (Armando Edit)

Speedy J- Unknown

Vladimir Dubyshkin- Lorry

Steve O’Sullivan- Quatre 20

Millsart- Gamma Player

Deniro- 700

Deniro- Unknown

Joe Lewis- Unknown

Blawan- 993_mst.wav

Overmind- God Stepped Out Of Space (Bjarki’s Re-Work)

Unknown- Unknown

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Bjarki- This 5321

Universal Indicator- 25 C14

Roma Zuckerman- Years
Steve O’Sullivan- 005_CINQ3

Bjarki- drab 2

Aleksi Perälä- 248_H_133.59375

PTU- Intact Alef

Volruptus- Alien People

Acen- Close Your Eyes

 

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Henry Saiz’ Essential Mix debut is a spellbinding journey across the world [LISTEN]

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Natura Sonoris owner Henry Saiz set out on his biggest venture yet in summer 2016, launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund his very first audio-visual album. Its immersive concept involved the Spanish progressive magnate and his band traveling to unique and particularly magnifying parts of the globe to record vastly different tracks that incorporated various elements of each location within them. Fans rushed to meet the funding goal, and thus the vision has since come to fruition.

Pete Tong and the Essential Mix caught wind of the LP’s completion, and thus invited Saiz onto the iconic series to show off his world travel concept to the world. Moreover, it was his first appearance ever on Essential Mix, marking a milestone moment that shows off the return of progressive to respectability.

Needless to say, the mix was magic in all sense of the word. Immersive and ethereal, Saiz defied genre boundaries and put forth pure, caliber music for two hours. While his mix wasn’t specifically comprised of songs from his forthcoming LP, it was a veritable sonic adventure that served as an excellent preview of what’s to come. Listeners were taken all around the world, from Berlin, to Saigon, to Joshua Tree, and treated to a vast expanse of sounds from each new region the album “stopped” at.

Each new song was vivid enough in its sonic form to conjure intense mental imagery: didgeridoos fluttered around the background of the Australia-themed portion of the mix, stimulating pictures of Aboriginals. Meanwhile, elegant pianos and brooding melodies created a sonic representation of Europe.

Saiz has created a truly profound journey in his first Essential Mix, and  Dancing Astronaut agrees it has the fixings for Mix of the Year.

 

LISTEN TO HENRY SAIZ’ ESSENTIAL MIX HERE

 

INTRO

Irene Papas & Vangelis – Les 40 Braves

Danger – 0:59

PART 1: LANZAROTE (CANARY ISLANDS)

Arabs With Synthesizers – Chaotic Illumination

Julia Holter – So Lillies

Pional – A New Dawn

Synkro – Midnight Sun (Helios Remix)

Clap! Clap! – The Holy Cave

Panda Bear – Boys Latin

PART 2: AUSTRALIA

Aphex Twin vs Skrillex – Digeridoo x F**k That (Henry Saiz Bootleg)

Die Orangen – Oodandatta Rain

Luke Million – Come Together

PART 3: DUBAI

Acid Arab – Still (feat. Cen Yildiz)

Viken Arman – Sireli

Mark Eliyahu – Through Me

M.I.A vs Henry Saiz & Band – Exodus x The Golden Cage (Henry Saiz Bootleg) (feat. The Weeknd)

Tentacle – Goliath (Brassica Remix)

The Knife – Marble House (Henry Saiz Edit)

Unknown – Rave Zehava (Autarkic Edit)

PART 4: AFRICA

Plastikman – Ethnik

African Vibration – Hinde

Ariana Grande – Touch It (Hal Incandenza Africa Remix)

PART 5: VIETNAM

College – Love Peas (feat. Hama)

Nym – Come Back

Samo DJ – Tai Po Kau

Arcade Fire – Electric Blue (Henry Saiz Edit)

PART 6: JOSHUA TREE (CALIFORNIA)

Jungle – Smoking Pixels

Die Wilde Jagd – Austerlitz

Black Sabbath – Planet Caravan

Simón Díaz – Tonada de Luna Llena (Billy Caso Edit)

Atom™ – The Sound Of Decay

PART 7: TOKYO

Aïsha Devi – Mazdâ

Susumu Hirasawa – White Hill – Maromi’s Theme

Air – Run

Crystal Castles – Their Kindness Is Charade

Squarepusher – Tomib Help Buss

PART 8: EUROPE

jonnalee- Samaritan

Chelsea Wolfe – The Warden

Brassic – Ballo Dei Morti

PART 8: ARGENTINA & THE ANDES

Danit – Cuatro Vientos

Danit – Cuatro Vientos (Barrio Lindo Remix)

El Búho – Manana Tepotzlan

Los Olimareños – Noche Noche

PART 10: ANTARCTICA

Nine Inch Nails vs FKA twigs – A Warm Place x Closer (Henry Saiz Bootleg)

Vangelis – Theme From Antartica

OUTRO

O Mer – Blind

Henry Saiz & Band – The Golden Cage

 

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The Glitch Mob’s Ooah releases his Envision Festival set under his downtempo alias, Of Porcelain

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There are transformational music festivals, and there is Costa Rica’s Envision Festival. Held annually deep in the Latin American jungles, just off the beaches of the Pacific, the Spring time gathering boasts thought-leading workshops, world class yoga, and cutting-edge music. What better place then for a burner like Josh Mayer to pull out a rare solo performance as his downtempo alter ego, Of Porcelain.

Josh Mayer is a man of many talents. As Ooah, Mayer makes up one-third of The Glitch Mob (alongside ediT and Boreta) and one-half of PANTyRAiD (alongside Marty Party). Yet, the music from his long-dormant solo project, Of Porcelain, hadn’t seen the light of day in over four years, for which the multi-talented producer told LA Weekly, “The thing with the Of Porcelain music is that it just hits me at certain times where I have to write it.”

Nearly 10 years have passed since Of Porcelain‘s first album release. Now Mayer has broken his estrangement from his downtempo moniker with a stunning performance at Envision. The set is soothing, entrancing, and ethereal, featuring a track list from the likes of Sasha, Aphex Twin, and Christian Löffler. Additionally, Mayer includes a few of his own productions, such as his newest original track, “And Here I Am Free,” which was premiered here at DA earlier this year.

Listen to Of Porcelain’s solo performance at Costa Rica’s Envision Festival earlier this year.

Tracklist:

1. 2814 – Before The Rain
2. Brutalist – He Was A Great Man
3. Of Porcelain – And Here I Am Free
4. Of Porcelain – Shadows In The Sand
5. Schneider TM – Take Me Out Tonight
6. Lusine – Flat (Lusine Remix)
7. Of Porcelain – Awake With Your Eyes
8. Jon Hopkins – Abandon Window
9. Aphex Twin – Avril 14th (Murcof Remake)
10. edIT – Laundry
11. Of Porcelain – Light In Your Eyes
12. Halo – Green & Blue (Koan Sound remix)
13. Holographic Field – Afterglow
14. Jon Hopkins – Sun Harmonics
15. Sasha – Time After Time
16. Christian Löffler – Swim
17. Sasha – Rooms
18. Kiasmos – Swept
19. Holographic Field – Afloat
20. Kiasmos – Bent

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Carmada are back with a brand new ‘Your Paradise By Night’ mix [Stream]

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OWSLA-championed Aussie duo Carmada are slowly but surely making their stateside comeback, which kicked off in August with a joint venture alongside NGHTMRE titled “Embrace,” and a hilarious video short hinting at what’s likely to be a new EP from L D R U and Yahtzel in the near future. An impending EP seems even more likely with the release of Carmada’s Your Paradise By Night mix, stitched together by a handful of new IDs.

Carmada kick off their bout behind the decks with cuts from Delta Heavy, What So Not, and Valentino Khan, weaving through nearly 60 minutes of heavy handed goods from Botnek, Baauer, Zomboy, Pendulum and more. Ahead of Your Paradise Fiji, which is set for later this year from December 6 – 12, the duo patch together an aced hour-long mix worth repeated listens… that is, until Carmada bless us with the new music they have up their sleeves.

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