“It doesn’t quite ring true to me, and it seems to me like he’s been unnecessarily attacked.”
There are few higher honors than being a Nobel prize winner and, while Matoma isn’t up for an honor, he will be performing at this year’s Nobel Peace Prize concert. The tropical house producer has amassed over one billion streams on Spotify, and has collaborated with the likes of One Direction and Coldplay among others. He commented on his upcoming performance.
I’m incredibly proud and honored to announce that I will be performing at this year’s Nobel Peace Prize Concert, I’ll be coming to Telenor Arena in Oslo on December 11 bringing some special guests, some surprises, and as always, some good vibes and love! The Peace Prize is all about spreading the love, and as you know that’s always been my message so I’m humbled and honored to be asked to perform at this beautiful and incredible concert.
In addition to announcing his upcoming show, Matoma recently released a song off of his upcoming album titled “Slow” featuring Noah Cyrus. The December 11th concert will be the 24th iteration of the event.
Last month, three years after an acrimonious split from Ethan Kath, Alice Glass issued a statement accusing her former Crystal Castles bandmate of physical, sexual, and psychological abuse. Kath denied the allegations and sued her for defamation, and according to Glass, someone pretending to be a fan served her a court summons … More »
A satirical Facebook page poking fun at wooks is gaining quite the social following.
Colorado Big Game Trophy Wook Hunters (CBGTWH) is a forum that documents “wookery” as it occurs not only at music festivals, but across a variety of public arenas.
Rising from humble parodic beginnings, the Facebook page now possesses somewhat of a viral quality that has only amplified given CBGTWH’s release of “Bag & Tag” stickers designed to numerically label wooks for observation. The humorous sticker has exploded in popularity amongst CBGTWH’s dance cultured following, creating a sort of sport in which sticker holders attempt to stealthily tag wooks with the stickers.
The stickers sell for $4 each and can be purchased from CBGTWH’s official website here.
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In the four-track offering, Prydz takes a deep dive into his immensely impressive new take on progressive house. Much more minimalistic in its approach, the new alias begs its listeners to expect the unexpected. And although Tonja Holma has already made several appearances on Prydz’ Essential Mixes, it’s a thrilling venture to see out to fruition, nonetheless.
Now, Prydz’ has announced his “Stay With Me” Pryda tune —largely known by fans as the “Psytrance ID” — will see its official, final mastering’s release on November 20.
Most recently, the track saw out an inaugural slot on Prydz’ November 9 Epic Radio show via Beats 1, although, it has previously seen the light of day on Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy, and even garnered itself plentiful YouTube rips.