This new NGHTMRE EP is sounding pretty interesting so far!
While NGHTMRE was all everyone’s mind the past few days due to his upcoming collaboration with Dillon Francis. The new collab is expected to drop sometime next week, but for now NGHTMRE has graced us with an original that is a far cry from anything he has previously made. The track is called ‘No Coming
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NGHTMRE and Dillon Francis are two of the most exciting artists in EDM at the moment. NGHTMRE is known for is mind bending sound design, and Dillon is known for everything from his living meme status to being the undeniable master of moombahton. So when these two artists collide you know it is going to
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Dallas’ Lights All Night has revealed its full lineup for 2017’s iteration of the festival, set fro December 29 and 30. The festival, the largest end-of-year production in the southern United States, is set to return to Dallas Market Hall for its eighth running with some of the biggest names in electronic music.
The festival’s top line will make almost any other festival envious, featuring Bassnectar, Marshmello, Porter Robinson (performing a DJ set), Illenium, NGHTMRE, and Seven Lions. The quality continues down the bill, as AC Slater, Destructo, Drezo, Ookay, Morgan Page, BlackGummy, and many others will also be performing.
Addtionally, the festival has partnered with the Houston Food Bank and many of its top performers to donate over $20,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief.
Tickets to Lights All Night are available here.
If there’s one thing Montreal-based producer Snails has become synonymous with, its his slime-coated, grime-ridden brand of “Vomitstep” bass. When the up-and-comer released “Slugz” back in 2014, the menacing trap production would then incite the young producer’s ascension into dubstep notoriety. Hard to believe that nearly three years would pass before Snails would take the next step in his career with the release of his debut album.
The Shell is a well-conceived, expertly-executed project that spans the history of dubstep from its earliest days to its most cutting edge future. Look no further than the Liam Cormier and Travis Ritcher-assisted track, “The Anthem” or “The King Is Back” to be catapulted back to dubstep’s emergence from hard rock/metal-core. More forward-thinking tracks on the LP — from Waka Flaka and NGHTMRE collaborations to the melodic leaning HYTYD & MAX-assisted track, “To The Grave” — grant listeners a look into dubstep’s current iteration.
NGHTMRE releases yet another vibrant single and adds to his ever-growing collection of forwarding thinking, dynamic productions. The production also features two newer artists, Bret James and RNSOM.
“The Killer” introduces mellow lyrics early that build to a heavy drop, infused a gravitational, raucous energy. With its thumping percussion, rumbing subbass, and staccato feel, “The Killer” is certain to be a headbanging favorite in sets going forward.
NGHTMRE did not make his name off of making tame, status quo productions. From the very beginning the artist has pushed the boundaries of what is excepted in dance music. His forward thinking sound design, and new, genre defining arrangements have made his sound instantly recognizable. In his latest release named, ‘The Killer’, NGHTMRE pushed
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NGHTMRE is one of the most exciting producers in the world of bass music at the moment. His forward thinking sound design and electrifying productions have been leaving fans and crowds with near permanent bass face. The artist took to Instagram yesterday to tease the upcoming second single to his EP which is dropping this
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In this wake of the Las Vegas shooting — officially the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history — the electronic dance community has come together to support victims, their families, and the city itself. Calvin Harris is the latest producer to join a growing list of high profile artists donating in the wake of the tragedy. Harris announced that he would be donating the show fee from his performance at the Omnia nightclub on October 14 to the Vegas Victims fund via an Instagram post.
The city of Las Vegas has given me so much I donated last nights Omnia fee to the Las Vegas victims fund in the hope it will help rebuild the lives of the victims families and those injured two weeks ago Life is so unbelievably precious Please be the most life loving version of yourself you can be Go outside Get off your phone Engage with the world around you Love God bless
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Other producers to pledge their support include Diplo, Tiësto, Kaskade, NGHTMRE, and Zedd among many others. The tragedy in Vegas has shaken the music industry to its core, and artists and fans alike have come together in a show of strength and support for Las Vegas.