Lane 8 announces tour dates, releases new single of forthcoming album, ‘Little By Little’

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The Lane 8 camp is full of exciting announcements right now. The Denver-based artist, real name Daniel Goldstein, has announced his second album, Little By Little, out Jan. 19, 2018 on his own imprint, This Never HappenedThe album comes with an extensive 35-date global headlining tour, with stop in North America, Australia, and Europe.

To celebrate, Goldstein has released the first single off his forthcoming LP, titled “No Captain feat. POLIÇA.” The track distills Lane 8’s unique flair for melodic and eloquently-textured productions that are both classy and quirky, traversing reflective electronica, instrumental club epics and left field pop moments alike.

Lane 8 addressed fans over Twitter to announce the project,

Over the past two years I’ve waited for a certain feeling to return – the feeling that I was ready and excited to write an album again. As it happened, at the end of 2016, we finished an incredible first This Never Happened tour shortly before welcoming our daughter into the world. As 2017 began, I found myself really driven to create album #2. Throughout this year, I found a lot of joy in focusing on each little task achieved, each small accomplishment that pushed me one step closer to the goal of making another album – another experience – that I was really proud of. In a way I think that’s what this album is all about – taking the time to appreciate each small step in a larger journey.

Pre-order Lane 8’s Little By Little LP here. See the full list of tour dates here.

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Emancipator shares title track off forthcoming record, announces supporting ensemble tour

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Emancipator enthralls many — time and time again — with his dulcetly-distinct tunes, as each outpouring explores a captivating niche of incomparable instrumental music.

Now, comes the third track off his forthcoming LP Baralku, out November 17, which also serves as the title track to his fifth full-length via his own label, Loci Records.

The classically trained artist’s forthcoming album is his first since 2015’s Seven Seas and hints at Appling’s most poignant release to date. “Baralku” follows singles “Goodness” and “Ghost Pong,” where each number perfectly encapsulates dimensions of the calming, texturized sound fans have come to know, love, and expect over the years.

Emancipator has also announced he will be heading out on the Baralku tour in early 2018 with his full live ensemble.


Tickets are available here

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Mike Patton (Faith No More) scores Stephen King’s 1922 in 2017; expanded score available in 2018

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Mike Patton and Stephen King: the combination makes an intuitive sort of sense, doesn’t it? It’s not quite at the level of chocolate+peanut butter, but it’s got something. No, Stephen King has not followed up his previous musical venture in The Rock Bottom Remainders by becoming auxiliary percussionist in Tomahawk, or anything like that. In fact, I have no idea whether King and Patton have ever met.

But! Mike Patton has provided the score for the new Netflix film adaptation of King’s novella 1922, from the author’s 2010 collection Full Dark, No Stars.

This is not Patton’s first foray into film scoring. He previously provided the score for the pretty good Ryan Gosling/Bradley Cooper movie The Place Between the Pines. Patton’s own Ipecac Recordings will release an expanded version of the 1922 score in 2018.

1922 is the sordid tale of a man who murders his wife, and, after burying her body, becomes “terrorized by rats,” eventually becoming convinced she is haunting him. The film adaptation stars Thomas Jane as the aforementioned rat-haunted hubby, Wilfred James. Check out the trailer below, and watch it (on Netflix) now.

♫ Listen: Yung Lean – “Skimask”

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The experiences of Yung Lean as an artist have built an intriguing and somewhat low-key story in music. Leandoer has evolved from the cloud rap, Arizona Tea tongue-in-cheek memetic appeal his earlier work engendered without disavowing his roots there (“Sad Boys” shout-outs still abound). That is not to say tracks like the slushed-up “Hurt” or “Kyoto” aren’t excellent tracks for rolling, but “Skimask” bangs in its own right. Gone is the holographic haze of Yung Lean’s earlier production and instead, a newfound swagger and punchier vibe has taken root. There’s no meandering, melancholy, melodic beat or flow of monotone rapping here. In fact, you might be surprised it’s him by the jarring key interpolation, or to even hear this refreshing confidence from Yung Lean, more distinct and boastful than ever. Then again, he’s never lacked for the kind of instinctive clout found on “Skimask”; that’s always been Leandoer’s territory and his latest effort shows it’s still on lock.

Launchpad: Start the week with this Monday Mood playlist on Soundcloud

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Launchpad is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like your music featured in Launchpad, submit it for consideration here

You might have figured this out already, but it’s not the weekend anymore. Since that’s the case, you might want a playlist of music to listen to that’s different than the pre-game one you created on Friday. Well don’t worry, Dancing Astronaut has you covered, as always. Here are five songs to vibe to on a Monday, that’ll get your week started off right.

DA Launchpad Selects:
Cassidy Shooster (CA.SS) – Waste
Sultry vibes all over this one. And nothing’s better than a beautiful female voice layered over some slow tempo electronic production, complete with backing vocals. Think BANKS, Jessie Ware, Ella Eyre on this one.
A-Trak, Quavo, Lil Yachty – Believe (Borlini Remix)
Ok, so this one sounds closer to what you might here at a club on the weekend, but the deep, driving bassline also makes this song a great candidate to put on and zone out. The steady beat will turn your focus up to the maximum, despite the catchy vocals of Lil Yachty.
CA.SS – “Waste”
Joel Corry – “Sunlight”
Silly Nova – “Kiburi”
A-Trak, Quavo, Lil Yachty – “Believe (Borlini Remix)”
La+ch – “Lady”

Borgore releases energetic new single ‘Blasphemy,’ announces world tour

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Dubstep front-liner Borgore is gearing up for a massive 60+ city headlining tour and releases a brand new thrilling track to kick things off.

In true Borgore fashion, “Blasphemy’” is a hard-hitting, yet somewhat melodic, production that brings the energy up front and lasts for the track’s entirety. The thrilling drop, mid-song, brings the undeniable heat that powerfully intensifies the track and will surely be well received by fans across the globe.

The Israeli-born producer has accumulated one of the largest fan-bases in the business, popularly drawing large crowds to his live shows. Borgore makes his way to the following cities, kicking off this month in Madison:


October 26 – Madison, WI – Liquid<

October 27 – Tacoma, WA – Freaknight

October 28 – San Francisco, CA – BOO!

October 29 – San Antonio, TX – Mala Luna

October 31 – Miami, FL – E11even

November 2 – Columbia, MO – The Blue Note

November 3 – Memphis, TN – New Daisy Theatre

November 4 – Charlotte, NC – NC Music Factory

November 10 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz

November 11 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection<

November 16 Tallahassee, FL – Bajas

November 17 – Tampa, FL – Ritz Ybor

November 18 – Miami, FL – E11even

November 22 – San Diego, CA – Omnia

November 24 – Boston, MA – Royale

November 25 – Hamilton, Ontario CAN  – Club 77

November 30 – Virginia Beach, VA – Peabody’s

December 1 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore

December 2 – Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live

December 3 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom

Catch Borgore on his Blasphemy tour, tickets available here.

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Madison Mars unleashes powerful new single ‘Raw’

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Fresh off three performances in two days at ADE, Amsterdam’s must-attend event of the year, Madison Mars has unleashed a powerful future house track “Raw.”

On “Raw,” the Estonian mainstay returns with his in-demand sound to the Enhanced label in a fiendishly funky fashion. Following his Enhanced debut — a remix of Tritonal & Steph Jones’ “Blackout” — Marss “Raw” is set to solidify another round of chart and streaming success.

Full of fruitful claps, building melodies, and plentiful bass, “Raw” lives up to its Enhanced predecessor and delivers yet another anthem-leaning, club-primed deliverance from one of future house’s rising dons.

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Watter – “History Of The Future” Video

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Watter is a supergroup featuring the following lineup: Britt Walford (Slint), Dominic Cipolla (Phantom Family Halo, Torres), Rachel Grimes (Rachel’s), Bundy K. Brown (Tortoise), and Todd Cook (Shipping News, The For Carnation). In case it wasn’t obvious, their connection to the old Kentucky post-rock scene runs deep; they even once collaborated with Will Oldham on … More »

Vundabar – “Acetone” & “Glass Hand”

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Boston group Vundabar have been putting out ricocheting rock music for a few years now, most recently on 2015’s full-length GAWK, and today they’ve shared a new single from their forthcoming album, Smell Smoke, plus a B-side that didn’t make the cut. The album track, “Acetone,” is a jittery, seesawing firestarter that builds to … More »

Premiere: John Wright – “Depth of Field”

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Staring at the soul of this computer arrises an image that cannot be expelled from thought. The “Depth of Field” increases as viewers being to develop that John Wright might actually be trapped inside this computer. So the viewers are almost concerned and want to see him escape. As if typing on the keyboard works, but it doesn’t. That frozen synth that bounces right into the heartbeat drum, building “Depth of Field.” In this building of pulse, viewers realize John Wright is actually now, himself, part of the computer, and not trapped, but willfully bound to this Elestial Sound. Hypnosis sets in and viewers are sucked in, eventually becoming this part of John Wright’s “Depth of Field.” An excellent achievement in Partial Object here. Oh, and shit, Tristan Whitehill directed the video: