Snails & NGHTMRE Blend Their Styles Perfectly On Their First Collaboration

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Another addition to today’s exciting releases in bass music.

NGHTMRE & Snails Mesh Sounds To Perfection in “Only Want U” Featuring Akylla

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Modern Legends of Bass Music, Snails & NGHTMRE have joined neck breaking forces delivering their first-ever collaboration “Only Want U” featuring the dreamy vocals of Akylla. Clashing both of their signature sounds, “Only Want U” is the pinnacle of raunchy bass lines, bad-ass builds and spine quivering drops. The collaboration could not have come at

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Snails & NGHTMRE – Only Want U (feat. Akylla) [Original Mix]

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Snails and NGHTMRE are two heavyweights when it comes to raucous doses of bass, and thus it’s no surprise that their new collaboration “Only Want U” is highly anticipated. As expected, the track packs a significant punch but also some conspicuous diversions from their usual sounds.

The track has an anthemic feel from the beginning, with Akylla’s vocals draped in heavy doses of reverb. Their catchiness alone would make this dubstep production a likely favorite in many future sets but the two producers bring a heavy punch to the drop. The first features serrated synth leads and touches of Snails signature sound design. Still, the track makes room for ebullient waves that make for an undeniably powerful listening experience.

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NGHTMRE and Carmada drop melodic new single “Embrace”

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NGHTMRE and Carmada have been teasing their inaugural collaboration on social media for months, and today the two powerhouse acts finally unveil “Embrace” featuring Xavier Dunn. The enigmatic trap tune is everything a listener could hope for in a song, beginning with Xavier Dunn’s mesmerizing vocals, followed by wub-packed loops, electrifying punchy-bass, and an impeccable

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Carmada are back with heavy new NGHTMRE collaboration, ‘Embrace’

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Carmada cropped up in 2014, disrupting the bass music mill with their boisterous brand of futuristic dance products, though it wasn’t long before the group once again went dark. The OWSLA-signed side project of Aussie beat makers L D R U and Yahtzel made an explosive impression, and after some tantalizing radio silence, the duo appears to be back — and they have NGHTMRE in tow for a heavy handed reintroduction called “Embrace.”

The new collaboration ropes in versework from Sydney-based vocalist Xavier Dunn, paired with NGHTMRE and Carmada’s complementary styles, making for a bombastic low-end groove polished with syncopated percussion and crashing sample work. NGHTMRE continues to stake his claim in the bass genre with the new joint product, while demand for more Carmada continues to rise.

The track comes very shortly after an unexpected hilarious new video short from Carmada that alludes to a new EP and possibly even a tour in the works. Until then, we have a satiating new piece in “Embrace,” out now via Mad Decent.

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Stream Kaskade, Slushii, NGHTMRE & more LIVE from Lollapalooza

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Can’t attend Lollapalooza this year but don’t want to miss any iconic performances? The Chicago festival has once again partnered with Red Bull TV to stream the weekend’s live sets.

On Friday, catch performances by Phantogram, Run the Jewels, San Holo, Slushii and more. Saturday’s electronic performances include alt-J, 3LAU, NGHTMRE and Kaskade, and the festival wraps up on Sunday with Tove Lo, Sylvan Esso and Little Dragon.

Check out the full lineup below. With multiple channels going simultaneously, viewers are sure to find sets that appeal to them at any time over the course of the weekend.



Channel 1

2:05pm –Mondo Cosmo

2:50pm – White Reaper

3:40pm – Temples

4:45pm – Phantogram

5:45pm – Liam Gallagher

6:50pm – Tegan and Sara

7:50pm – Run the Jewels

Channel 2

2:05pm – Kweku Collins

2:35pm – Harriet Brown

3:05pm – The Districts

5:15pm – Cloud Nothings

6:00pm –George Ezra

7:00pm – Majid Jordan

8:45pm – blink – 182

Channel 3

2:30pm – San Holo

3:30pm – Ookay

4:15pm – Slushii

5:15pm – A-Trak

6:15pm – Baauer

7:30pm – Lil Uzi Vert

9:00pm – Crystal Castles


Channel 1

2:00pm – Lollapalooza Pre-Show

2:05pm – The Shelters

3:00pm – Alvvays

4:15pm – Glass Animals

6:20pm – Vance Joy

7:25pm – The Head and the Heart

Channel 2

2:00pm – Lollapalooza Pre-Show

2:05pm – San Fermin

2:50pm – Hippo Campus

4:50pm – LÉON

5:30pm – Whitney

6:15pm – alt-J

7:30pm – BANKS

8:45pm- Muse

Channel 3

2:00pm – Lollapalooza Pre-Show

2:05pm – Kweku Collins

2:35pm – Harriet Brown

3:50pm – Ephwurd

4:50pm – 3LAU

5:50pm – NGHTMRE

6:50pm – Gramatik

8:50pm – Kaskade


Channel 1

2:00pm – Lollapalooza Pre-Show

4:30pm – Tove Lo

5:30pm – London Grammar

7:30pm – The Shins

Channel 2

2:00pm – Lollapalooza Pre-Show

2:05pm – Barns Courtney

3:05pm – Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

3:45pm – The Pretty Reckless

5:00pm – Milky Chance

6:00pm – Sylvan Esso

6:45pm – Little Dragon

7:45pm – Mac Demarco

Something Wicked: The Asylum reveals 2017 spine-tingling lineup featuring Above & Beyond, Marshmello, Tiësto, & more

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Creep closer — if you dare — into the eerie-air of The Asylum, a ghoulish musical underworld from Disco Donnie Presents, promising its attendees the most haunted Halloween Weekend imaginable.

Squirming and slithering its way back to the Sam Houston Race Park of Houston, Texas, this year’s sinister selection of artistry is sure to bring forth a perfectly wicked atmosphere for festival-goers.

Opening the two-night monster mash are headliners Marshmello and Above & Beyond, both set to take on the crowd with performances of hellish proportions on Saturday, October 28. Sunday, Tiësto is set to close out the festivities with performances from REZZ, RL Grime, Zeds Dead, Hippie Sabotage, Tchami and many more along the way.

Take a peek at the absolutely wicked lineup release video or full lineup list below.

Something Wicked

Something Wicked takes place October 28 and 29 in Houston, Texas. Tickets are available here

Full Lineup:

  • Alan Walker
  • Aly & Fila
  • Borgeous
  • CID
  • Claude VonStroke
  • Cosmic Gate
  • Elephante
  • Ganja White Night
  • Graves
  • Hippie Sabotage
  • Jai Wolf
  • K?D
  • Malaa
  • Nghtmre
  • Party Favor
  • Rezz
  • San Holo
  • Space Jesus
  • Tchami
  • Tritonal
  • Vini Vici


  • ATLiens
  • Bleep Bloop
  • Buku
  • Dillon Nathaniel
  • Liquid Todd
  • Quix
  • Rickyxsan
  • Solarstone
  • Spencer Brown
  • Warez
  • Win + Woo
  • Zaxx

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It’s such a good vibration, it’s such a sweet sensation.

Snails teams up with Space Laces for ‘Break it Down’

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Snails and Space Laces have teamed up for the new single “Break it Down,” with vocals by Sam King. The track merges the hardest aspects of trap and dubstep with King rapping throughout. If you recognize the song, don’t be surprised. We’ve heard teases of the new track in sets over the past few months — such as in NGHTMRE‘s EDCLV set. “Break it Down” will appeal to anyone looking for a fast-paced, riotous song to get their Saturday night going.

If one has patience though, fans can experience Snails in person on one of his remain tour dates or at Colorado’s Red Rocks for the first ever Sluggtopia festival. With support from NGHTMRE and JOYRYDE — with more names yet to be announced — the levels of bass at the amphitheater are sure to be off the charts

Tour Dates:

7/28 – Tomorrowland Weekend 2 – Boom, Belgium
7/29 – Emmaboda Festival – Emmaboda, Sweden
8/4 – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, QC
8/12 – 8/13 – Moonrise Festival – Baltimore, MD
8/13 – Summer Set Music & Camping Festival – Somerset, WI
9/1 – Electric Zoo – New York, NY
9/2 – 9/3 – Sun City Music Festival – El Paso, TX
9/15 – 9/17 – Nocturnal Wonderland – San Bernardino, CA
9/29 – 10/1 – Lost Lands Festival – Thornville, OH
10/6 – Sluggtopia Red Rocks – Denver, CO
Tickets to Sluggtopia can be purchased here.

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Slander & NGHTMRE announce Gud Vibrations show at the NOS Events Center

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Slander and NGHTMRE are bringing their Gud Vibrations show back to Southern California, hosting their very own mini festival inside the NOS Events Center on Saturday, July 29.  As announced this past weekend at EDC Las Vegas, the trio of producers will perform a b2b set featuring the sizable “Atom”, which was a central component of their Gud Vibrations bus tour this past fall.

Gud Vibrations-July 29-Dancingastronaut

The rest of the lineup will include artists such as G Jones, Habstrakt, ARMNHMR, and more. To celebrate the announcement, Slander and NGHTMRE have put together the following playlist for fans to enjoy in the weeks leading up to the next installment of Gud Vibrations.

Tickets for the 18+ event are on sale now.

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